VU School of Management is a distinguished multiple location business school. It provides a unique opportunity for enhancing individual competencies with an eye on global market opportunities, job mobility and new enterprise creation. VU is guided by a key desire to enhance global business alliances and strategy.

VU programs cut across countries and regions and target business professionals at critical stages of their careers. In this world of dynamic changes, VU has the ability to link business leaders with future markets. And provide the participants with the opportunity to create business alliances and strategic links within a multi-cultural setting. The outcomes are graduates with the ability to effectively engage and deliver within the global as well as the national market place.

The school relies on a rich resource base. Teaching faculty is drawn from countries as varied as Switzerland, the Netherlands, Egypt and China. Faulty has global involvement in teaching and consultancy at leading businesses and business schools worldwide. Research is conducted by leading faculty and published by recognized journals.
Today, VU is one of a fast growing global business schools and has a student body of approximately 1600 participants worldwide. Business and Entrepreneurial alumni number more than 10,000.
Our story
VU School of Management has its roots in "VU" an institution that was founded by principal academics from the University of Neuchâtel including the Rector and deputy Rector. The University was constituted in 2002 as a special project of the Neuchâtel Government and the Swiss Canton (State) of Neuchâtel officially approved it. In the same year, the Singapore Ministry of Education approved VU Asia Pacific programs. In the year 2004, VU started a highly successful cooperation with Peking University's leading academic faculty in Beijing.
Schaffhausen School of Management (SSM). SSM was legally created a few years ago in Schaffhausen (Switzerland) by Dr. Namaki and the support of the local authorities. SSM merged with VU and the outcome is the emergence of a globe player in management education and business consultancy.
Thanks to its extensive presence in China, VU School of Management has a unique network of key businesses and business leader in the PRC. The School’s alumni include some of the most influential business leaders in Greater China. The School’s Executive programs enroll top business leaders, senior government officials and key Multi National Corporation executives. More than 80% of those graduating from the School’s executive programs are either CEO’s or Vice Presidents of their respective organization.