New members of the Network: Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany) and Saimaa University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

Berlin School of Economics and Law

With approximately 10,000 students, the Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) is one of the largest institutions of higher education in Germany’s capital city. The BSEL is distinguished by a clear focus on providing academic education strongly linked to real world skills, an intensive and diverse programme of research, high quality standards and a strong international approach. The University’s portfolio of programmes covers private and public sector business and economics, administration, law, security management and engineering. 

More information about the School is here.


Saimaa University of Applied Sciences

The Saimaa University of Applied Sciences is an institute of higher education in Southeastern Finland in the cities of Lappeenranta and Imatra. We offer degrees in five fields and in 20 degree programmes.

We conduct entirely in English the Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology, the Degree Programme in International Business and the Degree Programme in Hotel, Restaurant and Tourist Management.

We have about 3000 students, 200 of them being international degree students. The number of teachers and other personnel is about 260. We have two campuses, one in Lappeenranta and an other in Imatra. Lappeenranta campus is situated next to Lappeenranta University of Technology.

More information about the University is here.