What is WNR?
Warsaw Negotiation Round is Central Europe’s first and one of the few worldwide international negotiation competitions for students from leading law and business schools and universities all over the world. Thanks to the choice of realistic business scenarios, negotiating teams have the opportunity to compare and improve their negotiation skills, crucial in the day to day business situations. The tournament also encourages negotiating teams to prove their team spirit, as well as the ability to work under pressure. Due to its worldwide character, participants meet and share experiences with fellow students from other countries and cultures.
What purpose does the WNR serve?
The participating teams have to prove their skills in several rounds. The aim is to apply the most compelling negotiation methods and strategies during the first few rounds, and then to present them in the final round in front of an international jury composed of lawyers, professors of Warsaw School of Economics, other participating colleges, and other business representatives.
Official list of WNR2010 participants (published on 5th March 2010):
National Law School of India University – Team I, India
National Law School of India University – Team II,India
Uppsala University, Sweden
HHL – Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany
Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia
Belarus State Economic University in Minsk, Belarus
University of Split, Faculty of Economics, Croatia
Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Warsaw University, Poland
Jagiellonian University, Poland