GBS International Partners
In the global marketplace, it is essential to be connected. That is why we are actively forming strong ties with partner schools who meet the same standards of quality education as we hold to ourselves. Our network has consistently grown over the years, ever expanding towards new horizons. These organizations enable us to work on exchange programs and dual degrees with universities and business schools that share our passion for quality education.
State Economic University is one of the biggest educational institutions of the South Caucasus. ASEU has 14 faculties, with 16,000 students, and it offers master programs in 57 specialties, employing more than 1,000 teachers, including 62 professors and 344 docents, among whom there are active members of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, the New York Academy of Sciences, winners of state awards, honored teachers and scientists.
International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) is Australia’s leading management college. They are ranked No. 1 for Event and Hospitality Management in Australia, for Graduate employability. ICMS offers its students a balance of management and practical training within a culture of innovation and entrepreneurialism.
Girne American University
Girne American University focuses on providing access to an American-style higher education to the widest possible group of motivated learners. In charting its course for the next century, GAU will continue to be guided by this special mission. GAU has signed cooperation agreements with Geneva Business School in Geneva.
We prepare our students along with INSEEC Alpes-Savoie for dual diploma programs at Bachelor, Master and MBA levels. Students can start their university education in one university in one country and finish the last year in the other university and obtain two degrees from INSEEC Alpes-Savoie and the Geneva Business School.
Acharya Institutes is committed to value-based education in all disciplines, with traditional values, such as respect for teachers, at the heart of their institution. Their 13 educational institutions and 15 research centers are attended by over 12,000 students across 70 countries. Acharya’s motto is “Nurturing Aspirations Supporting Growth”, which they have been doing successfully for the past 28 years.
ALMA university launched originally as the Almaty School of Management, founded in 1988 and transformed in accordance with the Regulation of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan #1387 as of November 14, 1996 into IAB. Today ALMA university has the stable multi-profile education structure, which allows acquisition of the up-to-date knowledge and practical skills in economics, management, finance, marketing, information science and business.
KBTU is a new university that focuses on training highly-skilled professionals possessing practical skills and cutting-edge knowledge in various sectors. The objectives of the University, as a leader in education in Kazakhstan with an excellent reputation and recognition by British higher education, are to train highly-qualified specialists, to conduc
The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) was founded by presidential order on September 20, 2010. This foundation involved the merger of two previously existing academies: The Academy of National Economy (ANE), which was established in 1977, and the Russian Academy of Public Administration (RAGS), established in 1991. The merger also brought together 12 other state educational institutions.
The Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry is the oldest diplomatic academy in the world. It has established itself as a unique multidisciplinary academic and research institution known all over the world. It receives dozens of foreign delegations; students have had the opportunity to listen to the lectures and speeches of foreign ministers, politicians, public figures, heads of international organizations, prominent military officials, recognized scholars, and editors of top mass media institutions from over 70 countries.
L’Institut de Formation de Gestionnaire de Patrimoine (IFGP) a été créé en 1995 à Genève à la demande des milieux professionnels de la gestion de patrimoine. L’IFGP dispense ses cours tant à Genève, que Lausanne et Zurich. La mission de l’IFGP est de préparer les hommes et les femmes à forts potentiels à l’exercice de fonctions opérationnelles dans les métiers de la finance, principalement dans la relation clientèle.