The University of New York in Prague (UNYP) proudly announces a new agreement with Dublin Business School (DBS) to bring new post-graduate degrees to Prague. This is a result of a continuous effort to expand the offer of Master degrees in Prague and within the UNYP community. All degrees will be submitted to Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) and also to the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MŠMT).
“We have already succeeded in creating a portfolio of solid bachelor programs at UNYP. We take pride in bringing prestigious partner institutions from all over the world to provide top-quality education to our students. Our long-term partnership with the State University of New York, Empire State College has been providing our students a valuable American degree right here in Prague for over 20 years. Therefore, we are very excited to bring a new esteemed partner to the Czech market. We are still in process of tailoring the new master's program but I can say that they will be highly demanded skill sets that will suit the needs of business and marketing professions.” Sotiris Foutsis, the General Manager of the University of New York in Prague.
Speaking at the launch of the partnership, Andrew Conlan-Trant, President of DBS said, “This is an exciting development for DBS as well as for University of New York in Prague. It underlines our commitment to developing the DBS brand internationally as well as underpinning the promotion of the higher education brand for Ireland abroad. DBS is a global institution with alumni from over 80 countries. In line with our strategic objectives, it also allows us to develop a strong international ethos to build further on our international reach and reputation. We look forward to developing many more collaborations globally like the one announced in the Czech Republic today”.
The University of New York in Prague is a leading private English-speaking university in the Czech Republic. UNYP has worked together with the State University of New York, Empire State College since 1999 to bring American degrees to the Czech Republic. The University has more than 800 students from over 75 countries and offers both three-year Czech bachelor programs as well as four-year American bachelor programs taught entirely in English as well as offering various masters programs and one of Prague’s top MBA programs.
Dublin Business School is now the largest independent third-level higher education institution in Ireland with over 9,000 students. DBS provides a comprehensive range of full-time and part-time Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Evening Degree, Evening Diploma, Professional Accountancy, English Language, and Executive Education programs. The College currently offers over 100 accredited programs at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There are currently over 3000 European and international students from over 70 countries on DBS programs in Dublin.