Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration in Warsaw is open to transnational European cooperation and maintains cooperative relations with the following EU universities and research centres:
- International Business University IBS-Columbus in Zaragoza, Spain
- Mediterranean Institute of Research and Studies on Computer Science and Robotics in Perpignan, France
- University of Castilla-La Mancha in Albacete, Spain
- University of Cardenal Herrera-CEU in Elche, Spain
Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration maintains close ties with the following scientific centres of Eastern Europe:
- Economic and Legal University in Dniepropietrovsk, Ukraine
- Institute of E.O.Paton in Kiev, Ukraine
- State University of Telecommunications in Kiev, Ukraine
- National Technical University of Belarus in Minsk, Ukraine
- State University of Belarus in Minsk, Belarus.
Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration started talks about the interuniversity cooperation with the representatives of Turkish University of Adnan Menderes in Aydin, Turkey and Technical College in Reykjavik in Iceland.
In 2006 Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration completed carrying on the Local Contact Point of the 6th Framework Programme of the EU, which consisted of transmitting information and promotion of Framework Programmes of the EU, updating of offers, contacts with companies and research institutions, assistance in gaining partners to EU projects, working contact with the Regional Contact Point and participation in trainings organized by Regional Contact Points. In 2007 Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration started leading of the Local Contact Point of the 7th Framework Programme of the European Union.
Since 2005 Warsaw Academy of Computer Science has been coordinating the linguistic project ESPA EST realized within the framework of EU Leonardo da Vinci Programme. The project full title is “SME-oriented Spanish business course for Central Europe”. The objective of the course is to create the opportunity for entrepreneurs to establish business contacts between SMEs of Central Europe and Spain by preparing the Spanish on-line course for non-Spanish speaking businessmen. The project duration is 24 months, it started on 31 October 2005 and is finishing on 31 October 2007. In the project participate 8 partners from the Czech Republic, Hungary and Spain: Tempo, Cifesal, Escuela Europea, Fase, Iturbrok, Lid Editorial, La Vida and Warsaw Academy as a coordinator. The project comprises seven selected branches: building, tourism, transport, food manufacturers, electric branch, textiles, wholesale and retail trade. Within the framework of the project Warsaw Academy was hosting International Conference about e-learning in Europe E-Europe. International Conference on e-learning in education under the auspices of National Agency of Leonardo da Vinci Programme from Poland. The purpose of the conference was to discuss the subject-matter relating to e-learning and to exchange experience in this field of particular educational entities, centres of science and research which participated in it. For the participants who did not possess specialist knowledge about e-learning, it was an excellent opportunity to get to know deeply the modern teaching method of e-learning.