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BSP Berlin looking for Partner University in Taiwan

Berlin Business School Potsdam, BSP, approached the Education Division of the Taipei Representative Office in Berlin wanting to find a partner university in Taiwan.

BSP is a state-approved private school of management in Berlin, established in 2009. It is a small university with about 500 students and 20 professors. Its course offerings include bachelor’s degree courses in business administration with focus on entrepreneurship, small- and medium-sized business management, health and sport management, international business administration; communication management with a focus on culture communication, event management, political communication &political management, business communication, fashion marketing, and business psychology. Master’s degree courses are offered in media psychology, sport psychology & psychological counselling, business psychology with focus on human resource and organization development, and business administration.

Their international business administration program includes one compulsory term abroad and two international project studies (internships) and BSP is seeking a partner university in Taiwan.

Prof. Shen Cen-Chu, director of the Education Division, visited BSP and met with Prof. Dr. Thomas Thiessen the rector, Dr. Alexander Trefz from the international office, and Prof. Dr. Markus Langenfurth,the dean. Prof. Shen suggested Tunghai University as a potentially suitable partner for BSP. Both universities are looking for partners for their international business administration programs. Soon after Prof. Shen’s visit the two universities got into contact and exchanged first ideas about possibilities for future collaboration. It looks like this is a promising beginning to a new educational alliance.