The University of Economics in Bratislava strives to be seen as a prestigious international university in the fields of Economics, Business, Finance and Management. UEBA’s long–term ambition is to prepare graduates who can build their successful future domestic and international careers on the thorough knowledge acquired during their studies at UEBA. In consequence the University promotes internationalisation of education and of other activities. It also fosters effective relationships with renowned universities, institutions and businesses from abroad.
As a result the internationalisation and the development of international partnerships with universities, enterprises, and other institutions throughout the world belong among the priorities of the University.
The UEBA also actively participates in the mobility CEEPUS programme. The activity is organized each academic year by a network of universities from countries from Central and Eastern Europe: Vienna University of Economics and Business; the University of Economics, Prague; Corvinus University, Budapest; the University of Belgrade; the University of Zagreb; the University of Bucharest and the University of Economics, Kiev.
The UEBA coopeerates with its international partners mainly on the basis of Erasmus agreements with Universities form Austra, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom (230 agreements from 30 countries) and of other types of framework agreements on cooperation.
The UEBA cooperates within the European Union on the basis of Bilateral agreements with Universities from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Holland, Lithuania, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Italy and Great Britain (36 contracts).
Outside the European Union UEBA cooperates with Universities from Algeria, Australia, Brazil, Chile, China, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Russian Federation, Serbia, Syria, Ukraine and the USA (29 current contracts).
The number of incoming and outgoing students within mobility programmes has been constantly increasing. UEBA belongs to the most sucessful Higher Education Institutions in the Slovak Republic with regard to the number of its students sent for study periods and practical placement abroad UEBA was included twice in the “ERASMUS Success Stories”published by the European Commission (2008, 2009)