Teaching & Research Abroad

Dialogue within a broad community of researchers and scholars is central to GGS. Our faculty participate in international conferences and present results of research into our core topics of innovation, entrepreneurship and compliance.

GGS professors serve as guest faculty at business schools throughout our international network and conduct research with colleagues at universities abroad. Our visiting faculty includes guests from around the world, further enhancing the cross-boarder transfer of knowledge.

International engagement is a hallmark of the joint Doctoral Program in Dynamic Capabilities and Relationships offered by GGS and Europa University Viadrina. The doctoral students come from the widest variety of countries. English is the language of instruction, and the course demands constant interaction with the international research community.

GGS – an ERASMUS institution since 2012 

The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) was renewed for GGS in October 2016 by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels. 

This status enables GGS to take advantage of the Erasmus+ programmes implemented in 2014 to develop our network with European institutions of higher learning, thereby expanding the mobility of students, faculty, and administrative staff within programme countries and other partner countries.

The 33 program countires are all 28 EU countries, Iceland, Lichtenstein, FYR, Macedonia, Norway, and Turkey.

Erasmus, the flagship of EU programmes for general and professional education for 30 years, enables members of institutions of higher education to study and work in foreign countries. Erasmus+ contributes to the further internationalization of higher education by supporting short-term lectureships and continuing education stays for instructional and administrative staff.

The Charta ensures programme quality through adherence to specific principles.

About Erasmus+

Erasmus+ has a budget of 14.8 billion Euros. Over four million people will have benefited from these EU funds by the year 2020. The 7-year project is intended to improve competencies and employability, to modernize systems of general and professional education, and to advance assistance for children and youth. Information about the Eramsus+ programme is available on the European Commission website.