The Neisse University is a trinational academic network held by the cooperating partners University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz, Technical University of Liberec and Wroclaw University of Technology. The places of study are located in the border triangle of Czech Republic, Poland and Germany, which are approximately 100 km apart.
The Neisse University was established in 2001, admitting students for degrees in "Information and Communication Management", currently the only course offered. Its first president was Prof. Dr. Phil. Peter Schmidt.
In 2004 it was accredited by ACQUIN.Prof. Klaus ten Hagen was elected as the new president in 2004.
Since 2007 it has been possible to also immatriculate students from other than the three countries participating in the project. This is especially true of the new master course which is focused on an internationally diverse student group.
Profile of the university
Neisse University has a special profile by following facts:
lectures and seminars are held exclusively in English language
the place of study changes from Liberec in the first, Jelenia Gora in the second to Görlitz in the third year
Economics and Computer Science
BSc. Information and Communication Management
Due to the changing place of study, the courses available at the Neisse University belong to different faculties of the partner institutes.
Bsc Information and Communication Management
Faculty of Economics at the Technical University of Liberec
Faculty of Computer Science at the Wroclaw University of Technology
Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz