School of Business Administration


AAU's School of Business Administration (SBA) offers a classroom environment that is developing in tandem with current business trends and demands. It employs the finest professionals to deliver up-to-the-minute skills and instruction. Our business students come from all over the world and benefit from contemporary and forward-thinking strategies in business and marketing, as well as real-world practice in data analysis and communications.




Critical thinking, economic theory and classroom knowledge and training are applied to real-world problem solving, exercising skills and preparing each student for multiple career choices in the global business market.

Programs of Study


Contact the School of Business Administration


Sviatlana Skachykhina, MBA

Assistant Dean


Contact for advising!
sviatlana.skachykhina@aauni.edu
(+420) 257 530 202

By appointment.
Monday through Friday, 9-5pm.

Denisa Matscheová M.A.

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs


Contact for advising!
denisa.matscheova@aauni.edu
(+420) 257 530 202

By appointment.
Monday through Friday, 9-5pm.

Prospective Students


We're here to help you succeed! Anglo-American University offers an Open House every Wednesday from 1-5pm. You may also contact our Admissions and Student Services to make personal arrangements, and to answer questions you might have about how to apply, studying abroad in Prague, or AAU's general requirements for study.

Current Students


The School of Business Administration regularly posts updates on timetables, curricula, and announcements on AAUNET. To log in, use the same username and password you use for Google Apps.

School Bodies


Departments

The School of Business Administration is divided into 5 departments. For more details see the organizational chart.



Advisory Board

We consider application and topicality of knowledge that we pass to our students as crucial. To that end we have established our own Advisory Board. This board connects leading business professionals with our community of students and scholars. Learn more here.