SCRIBE 21 is a Consortium of five universities from Europe and Australia coordinated by EM Strasbourg Business School. The Consortium is funded through a grant from the European Commission’s Industrialised Countries Instrument - Education Cooperation Programme (ICI-ECP) and by the Australian Government.Launched in December 2013, the Consortium builds upon an established network of universities and is intended to create international business synergies between Europe and Australia in the 21st century.
The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's most prestigious universities and is renowned internationally for its excellence in teaching and research. The university is a member of the group of eight, a coalition of Australian prestigious research intensive universities. In its five schools of Architecture, Business, Economics, Education and Law, the University of Adelaide offers over 400 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The university has around 25,000 students and in 2012 it hosted 7,000 foreign students from around 100 countries.
The University of Western Australia, also a member of the group of the eight, includes nine faculties: Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts; Arts; Business School; Education; Engineering, Computing and Mathematics; Law; Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences; and Science. Professor Barry Marshall and Emeritus Professor Robin Warren from the University of Western Australia were awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery of the bacterium Helicobacter pylori and its role in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease. The university has almost 24,000 students.
The University of Budapest is a research oriented university and offers courses in four different languages of instruction: English, French, Hungarian and German. Its student populations totals almost 14,000 students and the university offers degrees in Agricultural Sciences, Business Administration, Economics, and Social Sciences. There are up to 2,000 international students studying at Corvinus University.
The Università Ca’Foscari Challenge School of Venice is the oldest Business School in Italy and the second oldest in Europe, having been established in 1868. This Venise based university has about 20,000 students and offers English-taught programmes and dual degrees.
Date of update May 31, 2016