Strathmore Business School and Warsaw School of Economics have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote academic collaboration based on their respective academic and educational needs. This includes collaboration in joint research activities and publications, organisation of joint events, seminars, conferences and academic meetings, exchange of scholars/ staff and students, joint academic Programmes and exchange of academic information and materials.
The MoU was signed during the annual European Economic Congress, held in Katowice – Poland. The Congress, a three-day series of debates, brought together delegates from Europe and other continents.
By tapping into the experience and competence of the participants invited to take part in the debates of the European Economic Congress, not only is the event able to make diagnoses regarding the economic situation of Poland, Europe and the world in general, but it also indicates trends which shape the economic climate and the prospects for its development in the nearest future.
Due to its diversified and up-to-date agenda as well as its atmosphere that favors discussion, while simultaneously offering all participants the possibility of arranging less formal meetings.
A growing importance of debates on international economic co-operation, trade, foreign investments and the global economy can be seen in the agenda of the Congress. Every year, the scope of those events is widened with new issues and regions of the world. Moreover, as confirmed by the experiences and opinions of our Guests from Europe as well as from Asia, Africa, and North America, the Congress is an excellent place for establishing and strengthening partnerships.
Warsaw School of Economics is the oldest university of economics in Poland and one of the leading universities of economics in Europe. In agreement with SDG 17, Strathmore Business School seeks to establish partnerships with institutions of repute across the world to elevate the quality of education, learning methodologies and experiences of its students. In doing so, students and alumni of the Business School, are well equipped with knowledge on emerging trends across the world, a cutting edge to a seemingly growing, but rapidly shrinking globalized world of work.