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Study In Munich – So Many Options 

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Bavaria, one of the sixteen states making up the Federal Republic of Germany, is Germany’s largest state, with a strong respect for tradition. Here you can see people wearing dirndls and lederhosen – traditional dress – anytime and anywhere, not just when quaffing steins of wheat beer and chewing on white sausage at the Oktoberfest. 

But beneath its cheerful and laidback exterior – Bavarians do love to party – the so-called center of “laptops and lederhosen” is also famous for its industry in the automotive, mechanical engineering and electronics sectors

Lowest Unemployment 

Indeed, Bavaria is ranked in first place for the lowest unemployment rate in Germany (November 2022) at 3.1%, compared to a national average of 5.3% [1]. It is also ranked in the top three states for GDP, which puts it ahead of 21 of the 28 EU member states. Small wonder that the state capital, Munich, is known as a center of expertise in tech research, development, and innovation, and has become a top draw card for the study of business. 

Economic Powerhouse 

With its reputation for stability and high quality, German industry consistently tops the six largest economies in Europe. With a GDP of €4 trillion, Germany leads the UK (€3.2 trillion), France (€2.7 trillion), Russia (€2.1 trillion), Italy (€1.9 trillion) and Spain (€1.4 trillion). Combined with some of the highest living standards in the world – Munich has been recognized by Mercer as the 3rd best city in the world for quality of life [2] – what better place to launch a business career than in the heart of the German economy? 

And if you are green at heart, you will be encouraged to hear that Munich aims to be a world leader in renewable energy, using 100% clean electricity by 2025. With a sunny climate and a safe environment, Munich also boasts 1 200 km of cycling lanes! 

What’s on offer? 

The EU Business School Munich campus boasts 14 spacious and airy classrooms on 2200m2 of modern campus buildings, offering a comprehensive menu of bachelor’s and postgraduate degree courses. 


For those who are looking for a well-rounded starting point for a career in business, the Munich campus recommends the BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration). Students who have a clearer idea of what they would like to focus on in the business world may choose from a wide variety of specialized Arts and Science bachelor’s degrees in: 

·   Communication & Public Relations 

·   Leisure & Tourism Management 

·   International Relations 

·   Sports Management 

·   Digital Business, Design & Innovation 

·   Business Finance

Business School MBA

These foundation qualifications may be followed by a BA (Honours) degree in Business, in one of seven pathways: 

·   Business 

·   Cloud Computing 

·   Information Systems 

·   Management 

·   Project Management 

·   Human Resource Management 

·   Law 

EU Business School’s “EU Experience” includes access to their “Learning from Leaders” program, where senior executives from local companies come on campus as visiting speakers, delivering practical insights from their industry perspectives. This is complemented by on-site company visits, focused webinars, and a full program of sports and student life experiences. 

Strong Research Opportunities 

Munich is a hub for research and innovation, with numerous research institutions and centers located within the city. World renowned facilities include the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, which prioritizes key future-relevant technologies and commercializes its findings in business and industry. Three of its famous inventions are the mp3, the white light-emitting diode LED, and the world’s most efficient solar cell. 

Also headquartered in Munich is the world-renowned Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (Max Planck Society) that has produced 29 Nobel Prize winners who were scientific members of the Society or its predecessor, the Kaiser Wilhelm Society. The Max Planck Society supports outstanding young scientists and researchers, who complete formative years of their careers as student assistants, PhD students, postdocs, or research group leaders at Max Planck Institutes, and who benefit from the knowledge of their internationally networked research mentors. 

Students at EU Business School in Munich also have the chance to engage in cutting-edge research projects and collaborate with experts in their respective fields

Multicultural Environment 

Munich attracts students from all over the world, creating a diverse and multicultural atmosphere on campus. With 700+ students on the EU Business School Munich campus, the city attracts citizens from 190+ countries. This exposure to different cultures and perspectives enriches the learning experience and fosters global connections. 

Living while Studying 

As in most German cities, accommodation and transport in Munich is well-regulated, organized, and reliable. Being a major economic and cultural hub, Munich may be considered relatively costly in comparison to other German cities. But there are accommodation options to suit a student budget, choosing between traditional Studentenwohnung (student residences offering basic furnished rooms with communal facilities), to private rented apartments or shared flats. 

Munich’s sophisticated public transport system of S-Bahn (suburban commuter trains), U-Bahn (subway), trams and buses, with weekly/monthly travel passes, ensures that you’re never stuck for transport. 

Final Thought 

Studying in Munich offers a combination of academic excellence, cultural enrichment, and career prospects, making it an attractive destination for international students seeking a world-class education in an unforgettable setting. For more information about the EU experience at EU Business School Munich click here. 

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