The Estoril Conferences had, from the very first moment, the recognition and support of a great number of universities and academic institutions. These have been of major importance and play a vital role in strengthening the message and impact of the Estoril Conferences on an international level as well as promoting national and international academic networking.
The academic partners are involved in the preparation of the program, elaboration of themes, suggesting renowned speakers, supporting the international dissemination of the contents and also help with the selection of award winners.
In 1928, as a result of a small private initiative, born the Aarhus University. Since then it has grown, becoming a public university with an international dimension and a leader in research, promoting creativity, autonomy and where interdisciplinary collaboration is a natural part of the activities undertaken.
Aarhus University has been an academic partner of Estoril Conferences since the first edition in 2009.
Over the past 40 years Rotterdam School of Management has firmly established its reputation as one of the best management schools in Europe. The Netherlands are one of the most recognized nations in the business. Nowadays RSM continues to expand and to internationalize, cementing his status as one of the most international and innovative business schools in Europe.
Rotterdam School of Management is an academic partner of Estoril Conferences since 2011.
Born on April 1st 1925, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was inaugurated during a festive ceremony where, among others, the leaders of the worldwide Jewish community, community leaders of the Yishuv, and British dignitaries attended.
The University continued to grow with more buildings, new programs and recruiting more researchers and students, the length of their commitment to excellence.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem is an academic partner of Estoril Conferences since 2013.
Founded in 1789, Georgetown is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the United States of America. Georgetown was founded on the Jesuit principles of equality, respect and the education of the whole person - the same values that define the school today. The McDonough School of Business grew out of the School of Foreign Service in 1957 and is celebrating its 60th anniversary.
The McDonough School of Business is an academic partner of the Estoril Conferences since 2013.
As a world-class business school from China, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) aims to develop current and future leaders with a global vision, a humanitarian spirit and an innovative mind-set. Established in Beijing in November 2002 with generous support from the Li Ka Shing Foundation, CKGSB is China’s first faculty-governed, non-profit, independent business school.
The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business is an academic partner of the Estoril Conferences since 2015.
The Institute of Political Studies (IEP) of the Universidade Católica of Portugal project aims to be a strategic long-range and long-lasting. In an era in which knowledge tends to be the key to development, the Institute is assumed naturally as a future project that aims to be useful to Portugal and the Portuguese-speaking world.
With the seal of the Catholic Portuguese University, the IEP continues the tradition of innovation and quality that has distinguished the CPU in the national college scene.
Catholic Portuguese University is an academic partner of Estoril Conferences since 2013.
Founded in 1954, the School pioneered the teaching of Management in Brazil.
Pioneering, innovation and international excellence have marked the history of FGV-EAESP, both in the training of young people, who are directed to executive careers in public and private organizations in Brazil and abroad, as for managers and executives who come to update and develop here his training.
Getulio Vargas Foundation is an academic partner of Estoril Conferences since 2013.
The University of Cape Town is a public institution of higher education located in Cape Town.
Founded in 1829 is the oldest university of South Africa and is currently ranked among the top 10 universities in Africa.
The University of Cape Town has the ambition not only to become a benchmark in South Africa and the entire African continent but also the world.
The University of Cape Town became an academic partner of Estoril Conferences for the 4th edition in 2015.
Founded in 1978, Nova School of Business and Economics is the most prestigious school in Portugal in the areas of Economics, Finance, and Management, and the leader in research, teaching, and executive education.
Nova School of Business and Economics is one of the few schools in the world to hold Triple Crown accreditation.
At Nova School of Business and Economics students of 60 nationalities interact with professors from 25 countries.
Nova School of Business and Economics is an academic partner of the Estoril Conferences since 2015.