A delegation of 18 FHNW students participated in the EYA Festival in Graz. The festival is the final event of the European Youth Award and took place from November 28 – December 1, 2018.
European business is unique due to the advanced stage of European regional economic integration. At the same time the European region continues to experience frequent and rapid change as a result of its geographic position and role in the global economy. Understanding these dynamics is essential for Switzerland and Swiss businesses.
Students of the MSc Business Information Systems explored innovative technologies and disruptive ideas in Silicon Valley, California.
Swiss and Asian students tackled issues of entrepreneurship over the course of a newly devised programme in Vietnam.
Prof Dr Knut Hinkelmann and Dr Andreas Martin from the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland are organising a symposium at Stanford University in March 2019 on the combination of machine learning with knowledge engineering.
From 22nd July to 3rd August, our International Summer School offered a comprehensive experience of Swiss business, politics and culture.
Social media is more than cat GIFs and selfies. In low- and middle income countries, easily accessible communication tools can significantly enhance professional networking and transfer of knowledge.
On 28 and 29 June 2018, the South East Asia Center of the FHNW School of Business hosted the Board meeting and Scientific Committee meeting of the Swiss-ASEAN Learning and Teaching (SALT) association in Olten.
Prof. Robert Buttery, Head of International Relations at FHNW School of Business, has been elected to the highest governing body of the European Association for International Education.
The newly published Springer-book gives an overview of current issues concerning business information and prospects of what this discipline involves presently and in future.