On 31 March 2019, the University of Economics launched for the first time project Central Europe Connect. The project is organized in cooperation with renowned partner universities—WU (Vienna University of Economics) and SGH (Warsaw School of Economics). Students from these universities along with the EUBA students will get—during three weeks of concentrated study and group projects—an overview of functioning of economies in Central European countries.
The first week in Vienna was devoted to Strategies and Management in Central Europe. The University of Economics in Bratislava opened its doors to the students between 31 March and 6 April 2019 to provide a course on Structural Dynamics in Central Europe which was taught jointly by Ing. Martin Hudcovský, PhD. from the Faculty of National Economy and Ing. Tomáš Dudáš, PhD. from the Faculty of International Relations.
Overall 47 students from Vienna, Bratislava and Warsaw participated in Central Europe Connect. At the University of Economics in Bratislava they were welcomed by Ms Paula Puškárová, the vice-rector for research and doctoral studies. The Department of International Mobility prepared a rich academic and extra-curricular programme.
Central Europe Connect will conclude between 19 and 25 May 2019 at SGH (Warsaw School of Economics) where the students will examine Consumer Behaviour in Central Europe and participate in further accompanying activities.