Department of Economics and Business Administration
Scientific Achievements

Scientific and academic exchange. In recent years, thanks to the activities of the administration of the Department of Economics and Business Administration, scientists from foreign universities visited SSU. They conducted scientific consultations and exchanged scientific information, held classes for students of master's level and post-graduate students. Visits were made by representatives of the Free University of Brussels, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, Monitobo University, New Brunswick, Canada, Russia and Bulgaria.

Visiting foreign universities in 2007-2009 was made by the researchers of the department: to the Free University of Brussels (3 persons), to the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand (1 person), to Belarusian State Economic University (Minsk, 3 persons), to Belarus National Technical University (Minsk, 3 persons), to the Russian Plekhanov Academy of Economics. (4 persons). In addition, 17 undergraduate and post-graduate students participated in the international conferences and summer schools in Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia), Ilmenau (Germany), Minsk (Belarus), Lund (Sweden).
 
Visiting foreign universities in 2010-2011 was made by researchers of the department to
• European University (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2 persons, 2010);
• International GARNET Alumni School (Brussels, Belgium, 2 persons, 2010);
• Research Network RSA «Ecological Regional Development» (Dresden, Germany, 2 persons, 2010);
• International Seminar on «Economics and Business Development» (Maastricht, Netherlands, 2 persons, 2010);
• Association of Economic Universities of South-Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region (ASECU) (Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 4 persons, 2011);
• European University (St. Petersburg, Russia, 2 persons, 2011);
• University of Maastricht (Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1 person, 2011);
• Russian Plekhanov University (Moscow, Russia, 1 person, 2011);
• South-Western State University (Kursk, Russia, 1st person, 2011).