Online studies

Study online from anywhere

Live Streaming Online Programme

You can study on our bachelor’s programme in Global Business and Management from anywhere in the world with our online study option. The programme is delivered remotely via real-time lectures and seminars, giving you the all of the benefits of a conventional degree programme, without having to relocate.

Students meet their lecturers and classmates using digital learning tools, and visit NEWTON University for short-term stays during the semester and/​​or in the summer. They also receive additional support with arranging internships in the Czech Republic. 


What are the benefits?

100% online, 100% hands-on. Gain real-world work experience and work on challenging projects from anywhere. 



The future of work is digital! Online studies will prepare you for a career in a world where digital technologies play an ever larger role.

Online means no more borders. Build a professional network with students from all around the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Online study doesn’t require any special equipment. You can study using a common device (PC, laptop). All you need is a reliable internet connection. It is also necessary to have a webcam, microphone and speakers (headphones) so that you can actively communicate during the lessons.

No, you will receive the same degree and diploma as if you had studied on campus. 

Yes, you can follow the programme 100% online taking your exams remotely. Oral exams can be conducted via Zoom and written exam through a specific online platform.

One of the advantages of our programme is its flexibility. If you realize that you prefer coming on campus, you can switch at anytime during your studies. 

Our online programme is accredited by the National Accreditation Office for Higher Education in the Czech Republic, hence, recognized throughout the European Union and elsewhere in the world.

Read what our students like about studying online

Thinking of applying to study with us online? Read what a typical day looks like for our students, Daniela and Brendan.