Since 1998 the University of New York in Prague has been offering top quality higher education in the city of Prague. The main educational focus of the school is on business administration, IT management, international relations, psychology and literature. At UNYP students can study towards Bachelor’s and Master’s programs and MBA programs in English at an officially recognized educational institution in the heart of one of Europe’s most beloved cities. UNYP is in partnership with international universities throughout the world including the State University of New York, Empire State College, Institut Universitaire Kurt Bosch, La Salle University, the University of Greenwich and the University of Bolton. The school is also in partnership with double degree partners and transfer agreements with the Bangkok School of Management, Diablo Valley College in California, USA, several schools in France including Télécom Ecole de Management and L’Ecole de Commerce International, plus Russian schools such as Omsk State University and the Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management. The University of New York in Prague features an impressive 700 students from over 60 countries, ensuring that you will receive a total international experience all the while enabling important international contacts for the students in future. Already the school has over 1,000 alumni members, members that are spread out all over the professional world. The University of New York in Prague boasts over 90 instructors from 16 different countries, with the majority of them being native English speakers. It is important to note that almost 80 percent of the instructors have their Ph.D. or equivalent, or a terminal professional degree ensuring an education of the highest quality. Investing in an education from the University of New York in Prague is investing in your successful future.
Address: Legerova 72, Praha 2, +420 224 221 261, www.unyp.cz
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