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Introducing the 2011-2012 Brussels Student Council

Following recent on-campus elections, students elected undergraduate student Goncalo Salva Dias from Luxembourg as President, and both undergraduate student Amandio Costa and graduate student Arnaud Otjacques from Belgium as Vice-Presidents of the school’s Student Council. The Student Council is part of the Entrepreneurs United student and alumni network and is in charge of organizing a variety of

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Introducing the 2011-2012 Antwerp Student Council

Following recent on-campus elections, students elected graduate student Danielle Haveman from The Netherlands as President and undergraduate student Martijn Kerckhaert also from The Netherlands as Vice-President of the school’s Student Council. The Student Council is part of the Entrepreneurs United student and alumni network and is in charge of organizing a variety of social activities and

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Dr. Ivan Tselichtchev, Associate Professor at the Tokyo Business School, invited to speak at the Global China Business Meeting in Valencia, Spain

Dr. Ivan Tselichtchev, Associate Professor at the Tokyo Business School, was recently invited to speak at the 7th Global China Business Meeting in Valencia on November 7-8, 2011. Next to his participation in our organization’s academic council, and his professor status at our campus in Tokyo, Dr. Tselichtchev is a professor at the Niigata University

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Mr. Gour Saraff, Associate Dean at the Valencia Business School, invited to speak at the Global China Business Meeting in Valencia, Spain

Mr. Gour Saraff, the local Associate Dean at the Valencia Business School, was recently invited to speak at the 7th Global China Business Meeting in Valencia on November 7-8, 2011. Next to his academic responsibilities at our campus in Valencia, Mr. Saraff is the Director of the Europe India Chamber of Commerce in Spain. Along with

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Alumnus featured in The Bulletin magazine for expats in Belgium

Alumnus Victoria Tregub was recently featured in an article published in The Bulletin magazine. The article is titled “Let’s get down to business studies” and takes a look at Belgian’s management schools that offer Graduate/MBA programs to both young and senior professionals who find themselves in a cutthroat job market where every qualification counts. “Victoria Tregub,

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UIBS Japan branch signs cooperation agreement with ISAAC Language School in Tokyo

The United International Business Schools organization’s branch in Japan recently signed a cooperation agreement with ISAAC, a network or language schools in Japan with campuses in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. Considered a preferred partner of UIBS, ISAAC offers short-term and long-term intensive language courses, and has strong ties with the corporate world to offer custom-made language training

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Tokyo listed as one of the world’s most beautiful cities by Forbes magazine

Ranked as the third most global city on earth, Tokyo was recently listed by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Located on the southeastern side of the main island Honshu, Tokyo is the capital of Japan and the largest metropolitan area of the country with more than 13 million people living

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Zurich campus to move to new premises on Brandschenkestrasse

Our campus in Zurich will relocate from its current campus at the Regus Business Center to the Brandschenkestrasse, walking distance from the Hauptbahnhof. The new campus is located in the center of the city’s business district with several tram and bus stops nearby. Bürkliplatz, Paradeplatz and the Bahnhofstrasse are all within walking distance from the

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UIBS joins AASHE, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

The United International Business Schools organization (UIBS) recently joined the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). “AASHE is helping to create a brighter future of opportunity for all by advancing sustainability in higher education. By creating a diverse community engaged in sharing ideas and promising practices, AASHE provides administrators, faculty, staff

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Japanese language courses for undergraduate students at the Antwerp campus

During the Spring quarter of the academic year 2010-2011, undergraduate students at the Antwerp campus had the possibility of completing a Japanese language course. The course was organized due to popular request and was scheduled in cooperation with INLINGUA, one of the world’s leading language training organizations with 345 centers in 44 countries around the world. Links INLINGUA Language

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