Vysoka Skola Manazmentu (VSM)

City University of Seattle began offering degree programs in (then) Czechoslovakia in 1991, shortly after the "Velvet Revolution." After Slovakia became a sovereign state in 1993, CityU founded a new Slovak college called Vysoka Skola Manazmentu, established by law of the National Council. The school received formal accreditation for undergraduate business studies from the Slovak Ministry of Education, thus becoming the first private college in Slovakia. Students who study at CityU (VSM) have the unique opportunity to receive dual degrees: the CityU degree (BSBA) and the Slovak Bachelor's degree (Bc.). At the Master's level, students also have the option of receiving the CityU MBA degree, the VSM Mgr. degree, or both.

CityU (VSM) has two locations in Slovakia. In the capital city of Bratislava, CityU occupies its own building which serves as the university's European headquarters. The modern facility houses 15 classrooms, two computer labs and a library. CityU’s facility in the provincial capital of Trenčín hosts similar features (including student dorms). Students at both CityU locations enjoy the added benefit of learning from well-qualified international as well as local Slovak faculty.