The Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science at the British University in Egypt has various types of international agreements with multiple universities and institutions around the world. This stems from the responsibility to expand and manage the Faculty’s international visibility and reputation, in accordance with the University Internationalisation Office’s mission.
London South Bank University ( London - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
The Faculty of Business Administration, Economics, and Political Science holds a Study Abroad Programme in partnership with London South Bank for undergraduate students from the three departments.
If you are interested in applying for the next round, kindly visit the Internationalisation Office page here.
National University of Public Service (Budapest – Hungary)
In May 2016, the National University of Public Service in Hungary (NUPS) and the British University in Egypt (BUE) signed an Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility agreement for student and staff exchange, covering the period from 1 June 2016 to 31 July 2019. Since its beginning in June 2016, the BUE-NUPS program has witnessed seven rounds of exchange covering academic staff and students. The National University of Public Service is a higher educational institution in Budapest, Hungary. Established in 2012, it is one of the youngest universities in Central and Eastern Europe. The National University of Public Service has successfully continued to pursue its mission of developing public service education and training at the national and international level while advancing the science of the state along with its comprehensive approach in public affairs. The university is becoming one of the innovative platforms where the spheres of science and public affairs are combined and transformed. The university plays a key role in enhancing the foundation of the science of the state, a young discipline that can advance state efforts in successfully dealing with a wide spectrum of challenges.
University of Economics (Katowice – Poland)
An agreement has been signed between the BUE and the University of Economics, Katowice, Poland, to run an inter-institutional collaboration between academics. The agreement is valid in the period between 2016/2021. It is coordinated through the research Centre for Innovation, Governance and Green Economy. In April 2017, the agreement started to be implemented in action for both the international week of academic exchange and another three months period of courses exchange and collaborations between academic staff members from the BUE side. The second phase of the agreement proceeded in April 2017/2018 for a scholarship offered for two academic staff to participate in the international week of mutual exchange of staff members worldwide in Katowice, Poland. The agreement offers a new venue of inter-institutional collaboration and cultural diplomacy. The discussions around education for global competence were highlighted as one of the persistent issues in higher education, where social and economic issues of the region were discussed deeply for more collaboration between institutions.
University of Economics in Katowice was founded in 1937 and is the biggest and oldest business school in the region, one of the top universities in Poland. Each year over 10 000 Polish and international students follow degree programmes at the Bachelor, Master, Doctoral and Post-diploma levels at our five faculties: Business, Finance and Administration, Economics, Finance and Insurance, Informatics and Communication, and Management.
DAAD Grant (Hamburg – Germany)
The Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science (BAEPS) has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Hamburg. The MOU aims to, first, promote Behavioural and Experimental Economics research through establishing an experimental laboratory at the BUE, giving access to BUE academics to run experiments at the University of Hamburg, and sharing competence and expertise across the two parties. Second, the MOU encourages academic and administrative staff exchange, joint lectures and seminars, and job shadowing.