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International Relationships


International collaboration is fundamental to providing excellent teaching and research. 

Academic staff at the School of Management collaborate with academic staff at the following universities in jointly researching a wide range of international business and management topics. The scale and depth international research is undertaken at the School of Management is unparalleled in the United Kingdom.

Australia : Macquarie University (Sydney), RMIT University (Melbourne), University of Sydney

Belgium: Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School

Brazil: Rio PUC University, UFRJ University

Canada: Carleton University

China: Renmin University

Colombia: EAFIT University, Konrad Lorenz Universtiy, Los Andes University, Universidad de los Andes (Bogota)

Denmark: Copenhagen Business School, University of Southern Denmark

Egypt: American University in Cairo

Finland: Jyvaskyla University

France: Audencia Nantes School of Management, Burgundy School of Business, EDHEC (Lille), ESCP Europe (Paris), Euromed Management (Marseilles), Universite Paris-Dauphine

Germany: Humboldt University's Institute of Management, University of Hamburg, University of Hannover

Ghana: University of Ghana

Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong University

Hungary: Budapest University of Technology & Economics, Central European University (Budapest), International Business School (Budapest)

India: Ambekar Institute of Labour Studies (Mumbai), Change (ISEC, Bangalore), Institute for Social and Economics Indian Society for Economics

Ireland: Dublin Institute of Technology

Italy: Bocconi University, University of Bergamo, University of Pisa, University of Turin, University of Udine

Japan: Kobe University

Lithuania: Vilnius University

The Netherlands: University of Amsterdam, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Maastricht University

Norway: University of Agder, Norwegian Business School

Poland: Warsaw School of Economics

Russia: St. Petersburg University Graduate School of Management

Spain: Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Universidad de Granada, Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona), Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Sevilla)

Singapore: National University of Singapore

Slovenia: University of Ljubljana

South Africa: University of Pretoria

Sweden: Lund University School of Business

Taiwan: Ming Chuan University (Taipei), National Cheng-Chi University, National Chung Hsing University

USA: Fordham University, Georgia State University, Hofstra University, Long Island University, Temple University, University of California, University of Georgia, University of South Carolina, University of Kentucky, University of Illinois, University of Indiana, Wake Forrest University

Venezuela: University of Venezuela

The School of Management has formal and informal teaching links with other universities worldwide, which support academic staff exchange and collaboration on joint courses:

Australia: Macquarie University, University of Queensland, University of South Australia (Adelaide), University of Sydney, University of Western Australia

Colombia: Universidad del Bosque (Bogota)

Denmark: University of Southern Denmark

France: EDHEC (Lille), ESCP Europe (Paris)

Hungary: International Business School (Budapest)

Ireland: Dublin Institute of Technology

Japan: Kobe University

Italy: University of Bergamo

The Netherlands: Maastricht University, University of Amsterdam

South Africa: University of Pretoria

Spain: Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona)

Sweden: Stockholm University Business School

USA: Georgia State University, Long Island University (New York), Temple University, University of Georgia, University of Kentucky, University of Illinois, University of Indiana, University of South Carolina

School of Management Faculty have assisted for-profit and not-for-profit organisations with short-term problems and long-term strategies. Our world-class researchers and policy-making experts can provide advice on many of the challenges faced by organisations today. Previous organisations include:

  • Austrian Science Fund
  • Bulgarian Industrial Association
  • BIA Bulgarian Industrial Association
  • CINTEL, Colombia
  • Confederation of Independent Trade Unions, Bulgaria
  • Commission of the European Union
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Confederation of Free Trade Unions of India
  • Corus
  • Dubai Financial Services Authority
  • Electricity Supply Board Officers Association
  • Euromed Management
  • European Academy of Business in Society
  • European Science Foundation
  • Financial Reporting Standards Committee of the European Accounting Association
  • Fondazione Bruno Kessler
  • Irish Congress of Trade Unions
  • Indian National Trade Union Congress
  • Institute for Economic and Social Research
  • Japanese Government
  • Option Positive
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers (International)
  • Saatchi and Saatchi
  • SEK Cyprus Workers’ Confederation
  • Shell International
  • Sinobridge
  • South East Europe Centre
  • for Economic Development
  • Sotheby's Institute of Art
  • The Bulgarian Trade Union Federation
  • Union of Autonomous Trade Unions of Croatia
  • United National Indu strial Development Organization
  • YKK

We currently have formal agreements with the following leading universities which are carefully designed to deliver a joint student experience.

Ecoles des Praticiens du Commerce International (EPSCI Groupe ESSEC) - France

European Business School (EBS) - Germany

Stockholm University School of Business - Sweden

Università degli Studi di Genoa - Italy

University of Alberta - Canada

Erasmus at Royal Holloway, University of London - A range of universities in EU Countries via the Erasmus Programme


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Royal Holloway University of London is ranked 1st in the UK and 4th in the world for international outlook (THE World University Rankings 2013)


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