EU Business School
Cookies on the EU Website
This website uses cookies to improve your user experience and to show you content related to your preferences. If you continue browsing, we consider that you agree to their use. More information
Menu

EU Business School

Petia Andreeva

Management Lecturer
Munich campus
 


Petia L. Andreeva has a rich interdisciplinary background, with a master's in physics, an MBA in international management and a PhD in innovation and knowledge management of cluster SMEs. Having held faculty professorship positions in several European and Latin American universities and positions in education consultancy and engineering, along with a current position marketing and sales, Dr. Andreeva has used the multiple degrees she has obtained to establish her career as a project manager in engineering automation, quality management in automobile electronics and e-commerce management B2B in the ITC wholesale industry. In addition to her profound knowledge in the field of management and education, she has a great international experience, working for more than 30 years in a multinational environment as an active member and wise president of the diplomatic body in Santiago de Chile, as well as the International Association of Chile.


"With understanding, optimism and loyalty, I attempt to communicate knowledge, to create conditions to learn and to inspire."


 

Education:

2012-2017

Sofia University: PhD in social management and cluster internationalization

1997-1999

EU Business School: Master of Business Administration in international management

1981-1986

Sofia University: Master of Science in physics and astronomy

Employment:

1999-2008

Ingram Micro Distribution GmbH: Product Administrator: Networks/Storage/Communications; E-Commerce Marketing

1997-1998

Data Management Division; USG Associate

Teaching:

2001-

EU Business School: Lecturer of Management and Business Mathematics

2013-2014

Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez: Visiting Professor

1990-1995

High School of Management: Teacher of Physics and Mathematics

Back to top