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University of Economics, Prague

University of Economics in Prague (VSE), founded in 1953, is the biggest public university of economics in the Czech Republic. At the 2008 Eduniversal Awards, Prague University of Economics was awarded the title of "No.1 Business School in Eastern Europe", becoming one of the top 27 business schools in the world. Currently, University of Economics in Prague has 06 faculties and about 17,000 students (more than 10% of which are foreign students). The university has more than 800 staff member, 65% of them are holding Doctoral degree or Professor title.

Taylor’s University

Taylor's University (TU) is a member of the Taylor Education Group. Founded in 1969, Taylor's is the oldest, most prestigious and successful university in Malaysia. The university has 05 campuses in Selangor, which is 30 minutes drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Situated on an area of 11 hectares, Taylor's University Lakeside Campus is a modern, self-contained facility with world-class educational facilities. Currently, international students from 70 countries around the world are studying at Taylor's to create a multicultural, multicultural learning and recreation environment.

Feng Chia University

Feng Chia University (FCU) was founded in 1961. The university resides in Taichung, which is one of the biggest cities in Taiwan beisde Taipei and Kaohsiung. The city is an ideal place for international students to live and study. FCU has 10 faculties, 15 research institutes and 1249 faculty members. The school has more than 21.200 students (including 1.465 international students), and 170.000 alumni. With 40 bachelor programs, 59 Master programs, and 14 Ph.D.

University of the West of England, Bristol

The University of West of England (UWE) is one of the most modern universities in the UK. The university is located in the center of the prosperous port city of Bristol - the 8th largest city in the United Kingdom, the largest in the Southwest, one of the region's cultural, employment and educational centers.

Lunghwa University of Science and Technology

Lunghwa University of Science and Technology (LHU) is founded in 1969. LHU currently has four affiliated schools, 14 faculties and 9 postgraduate programs. Currently, the university has more than 11,000 students. Its faculty members are all prestigious professors and more than 76.6% of them obtain a Ph.D degree. It is one of the best private universities in Taiwan.

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