Peking University (Beijing, China)
Peking University was originally known as the Imperial University of Peking. It was the first national university covering comprehensive disciplines in China, and has been a leading institution of higher education in China since its establishment. Peking University has continually played an essential role as a pioneer in China’s modernization. Its traditional emphasis on progress, patriotism, democracy and science sets a strong foundation for leadership.
Berlin University for Professional Studies (Berlin, Germany)
Berlin University for Professional Studies (Deutsche Universität für Weiterbildung, DUW) is Germany’s first state-approved continuing education university. As a new type of academic institution DUW combines academic quality in research and teaching with comprehensive service to the students. DUW is now a member of the highly regarded Steinbeis Network and a part of the Steinbeis University Berlin.
Woodbury University (Los Angeles, United States)
Woodbury University is enjoying unprecedented success across all of its fields. In addition to its oldest academic programs in the School of Business, the University includes the School of Architecture, the School of Media, Culture & Design, and the Institute of Trans-disciplinary Studies that are recognized as centres of innovation and creativity. Woodbury University is committed to providing the highest level of professional and liberal arts education which prepares innovative learners who are adept at communicating and willing to cross the boundaries of knowledge in a rapidly changing and complex world.
International Academy Berlin for Innovative Pedagogy, Psychology and Economics gGmbH (INA) (Berlin, Germany)
International Academy Berlin for Innovative Pedagogy, Psychology and Economics gGmbH (INA) is a non-profit organization. INA implements development and research projects as well as a range of programs in the field of vocational and further education and training. INA works on a national and international level with an emphasis on establishing an interdisciplinary discourse between pedagogy, psychology and economics.