• David Jančar
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  • 03.07.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

A semester in Spain during the coronavirus crisis? Tomáš Hercig on unusual and valuable experiences

Many of us are still dealing with the coronavirus situation. But what was the semester like for someone who stayed in one of the coronavirus-affected countries in Europe? Student of the follow-up master's degree program in Economics and Management at the School of Business Administration of the Silesian University Bc. Tomáš Hercig described his experience from the Erasmus + program in Cartagena, Spain.
  • David Jančar
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  • 15.05.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

We meet our prospective students virtually

Every year we are meeting our prospective students virtually so we can answer their questions and show them our faculty and culture.
  • Michal Stoklasa
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  • 15.05.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Important information concerning the course of study at SU SBA

Updated information concerning further course of teaching at the faculty.
  • David Jančar
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  • 10.03.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Measures regarding the Coronavirus

Teaching at our Faculty is canceled from 11/03/2020 to 29/03/2020.
  • Michal Stoklasa
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  • 09.03.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Teachers from China again at the Faculty

We are very delighted that, like last academic year, we were able to welcome new Chinese teachers from Shanxi University of Finance and Economics (SXUFE), which has been our partner university since 2018.
  • Michal Stoklasa
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  • 02.03.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Welcome Days are over

Before the beginning of the summer semester, we welcomed a new group of foreign students from Romania, India and Ghana to the SBA. In the coming days, we are expecting students from Turkey, Moldova, Pakistan and Bangladesh to arrive. Two students from China also extended their study stay from the winter semester. In the summer semester, a group of thirty foreign students will study at the SBA under the Erasmus+ program, bilateral partnership agreements, or the follow-up Master's degree in Business Economics and Management (BEM).
  • Michal Stoklasa
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  • 05.02.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Experience of our Chinese students

Today we bring you the second part of our article focused on the experience of our chinese students. And what have they said about their stay in Karviná? Here are their stories!
  • David Jančar
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  • 03.02.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Master of Business Economics and Management: Students’ testimonies

Last year, our faculty welcomed the first pioneer batch of Master’s degree students from India. During these days, the 2nd year students are busy working on their diploma thesis and preparing for the state final examination which is held at the end of the 4th semester. Still, they find some time to have fun, work, or travel! The first part of this article is dedicated to Joseph, Ebin, Benoy and Shinto, our 2nd-year students who have decided to share their stories with us. In the second part of the article, we would also like to briefly introduce our Master’s degree freshmen: Rohith and Libin.
  • Michal Stoklasa
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  • 16.01.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Discussion about India with our students

On December 10, 2019, a lecture and a short discussion about India were prepared at the František Živný Grammar School in Bohumín by two Indian students, Sarath and Rohith, who study at the School of Business Administration in Karviná. About 40 graduation students attended the lecture in English.
  • David Jančar
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  • 15.01.2020
  • School of Business Administration in Karviná

Farewell to our Chinese students

In the winter semester, our faculty welcomed the first group of 45 students from Shanxi University of Finance and Economics (SXUFE). This student mobility is one of the first accomplishments of our recent cooperation with Chinese universities. The planning for this particular mobility started almost one year ago when our universities signed a bilateral agreement for Exchange and Visiting studies. During the past summer semester, prospective bachelor and master students were interviewed via an online video call. Afterwards, each candidate from SXUFE had to apply and prepare a Learning Agreement for studies, which had to be approved by both partner universities. The students with the best university scores and interview results were offered to study at our faculty as Exchange students who are freed of tuition fees. The rest of the students had the possibility to attend the program as Visiting, i.e. tuition-paying students.