The University of Missouri-St. Louis has engaged with the University of Applied Sciences in Aschaffenburg, Germany, and the University of Applied Sciences in Seinajoki, Finland have created a unique program. This graduate business program will offer students the unique chance to learn from faculty in three different universities, experience three different cultures and earn credit at their home university.


This unique cohort, made up of domestic and international students, allows each course to last for two weeks during the year. Courses include lectures, company visits and social activities. Your evenings and weekends will be free to participate in a vieriety of cultural excursions, tours, and social activities offered by the host university. 5 European/3 US credits is granted per course. Please note that program fees will be determined by the host university.


The University of Applied Sciences - Aschaffenburg, Germany

Aschaffenburg has 430 highly-qualified instructors working within the school of business and law. Aschaffenburg, rated as one of the top universities in Germany, is set on a petite and beautiful campus. In combination with the latest in technology, Aschaffenburg’s pastoral setting creates an inspirational learning environment. In an effort to help ease cultural adjustment, the University offers many activities such as; martial arts, salsa dancing, soccer, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and many others. In addition, students will be matched with a local “buddy” who will aid visiting students with daily activities.


The University of Appilied Sciences - Seinäjoki, Finland

Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences is a multidisciplinary institution of higher education which focuses on research, development, and innovation. Seinäjoki is one of the world's leading Tango Cities and hosts “Tangomarkkinat” Tango Festival where more than 100 000 people dance and crown the new Tango royalty. Seinäjoki is the home of Provinssirock. This “Party of the People” is a three day festival where visitors enjoy music, and art during the Finnish summer. Set along the banks of the Seinäjoki River in Törnävä Manor Park the festival creates a magical atmosphere. Numerous smaller events occur year round and add to the charm of the city.