Vysoká škola podnikání a práva (VŠPP)
College of Business and Law offers programs for sought after Economics and Law professions.
College of Business and Law
The College's graduates are not only in high demand on the labor market but are also ready to carry on business. Students have many opportunities to visit other European countries as part of a student exchange program such as Erasmus+ as well as under dozens of the university's agreements with foreign universities.
College of Business and Law was founded over 16 years ago. Its graduates have ample employment opportunities, and many of them start their own businesses.
The university has a branch in Prague and another branch in Ostrava.
The university offers Bachelor's and Master's programs.
Many of its students start their own businesses while still studying. The university also has a business incubator aimed to help first-time entrepreneurs.
"The university puts a lot of stress on the connection between theory and practice.
It cooperates not only with manufacturing companies but also with public administrations. The university is a partner in many initiatives and campaigns for supporting entrepreneurship. Among its teachers are not only academics but also practitioners."
"Famous politicians, economists and entrepreneurs regularly give lectures at the university.
For example, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Czech Republic Andrej Babiš gave here a lecture titled ""Premises of a successful business""."
The following programs are offered as part of the "Economics and management" curriculum:
"Business and Management in Trade and Services"
"Applied Computer Science - Management ICT"
"Applied Computer Science - Information Technology"
The following programs are offered as part of the "Law Specialization" curriculum:
"Law in Business"
"Law in Public Administration"
Tuition fees for Bachelor's programs per seminar
Prague branch - 30,000 CZK (year 1), 32,000 CZK (year 2), 34,000 CZK (year 3)
Ostrava branch - 18,000 CZK (year 1), 20,000 CZK (year 2), 22,000 CZK (year 3)
Typical duration - 3 years. Graduates of Bachelor's programs have jobs related to business administration such as: trade specialist, logistician, accountant, financial specialist, product manager, personalist, project manager. They also hold managerial positions as low-rank and medium-rank managers in large enterprises. Graduates are also ready to start their own small-sized or medium-sized business.
The following specializations are offered as part of the Master's program:
Students receive the "Ing." title upon graduation.
Students receive the "Mgr." title upon graduation.
Tuition fee for the "Business" Master's program per semester
Ostrava branch - 23,500 CZK
Prague branch - 35,000 CZK
Tuition fee for the "Private Law" Master's program per semester
Prague branch - 35,000 CZK
The university offers scholarships to encourage students to study hard. Students can receive a scholarship once a year if they have excellent study results. Students who are not from Prague or Ostrava also receive a scholarship for accommodation.
Studying abroad under student exchange programs
One of the main priorities of the Higher School of Business and Law is the development of international cooperation.
The university takes part in the LLP/Erasmus and Erasmus+ programs.
It has formed partnerships with dozens of foreign universities, mostly in the EU.
According to such agreements with foreign universities, students have the opportunity to visit the following countries as part of the student exchange program:
Belgium (HAUTE ECOLE DE LA PROVINCE DE LIÉGE)
Bulgaria (ANGEL KANCHEV UNIVERSITY OF RUSE)
Finland (LAUREA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCE; KEMI-TORNIO UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCE)
Croatia (THE “BALTAZAR ADAM KRCELIC” COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT)
Italy (UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI FOGGIA)
Lithuania (VILNIUS LAW AND BUSINESS COLLEGE; KLAIPEDA STATE COLLEGE)
Cyprus (COLLEGE OF TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT)
Hungary (KAROLY ROBERT COLLEGE)
Germany (FACHHOCHSCHULE LUDWIGSHAFEN AM RHEIN)
Poland (WYZSZA SZKOLA HANDLOWA; WYZSZA SZKOLA BIZNESU W DABROWIE GORNICZEJ; MALOPOLSKA WYZSZA SZKOLA EKONOMICZNA W TARNOWIE; UNIVERSITY OF GDANSK, PL GDANSK01)
Portugal (IESF – INSTITUTO DEESTUDOS SUPERIORES FINANCEIROS E FISCAIS; INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DE CASTELO BRANCO; INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DE LISBOA)
Romania (ACADEMIA DE STUDII ECONOMICE DIN BUCURESTI)
Slovenia (VYSOKÁ ŠKOLA EKONÓMIE A MANAŽMENTU VEREJNEJ SPRÁVY V BRATISLAVE)
Spain (UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA SAN ANTONIO DE MURCIA; UNIVERSITY OF HUELVA)
Turkey (ESKISEHIR OSMANGAZI UNIVERSITY)