Whether you are looking to study for a foundation, bachelor’s, master’s or MBA degree business, we have just the right course for you. We have four campuses in three different European countries, plus an online campus. However, if you’re eager to experience a rich melting pot of different languages, culture, art and history, you should strongly consider learning on campus with EU Business School.
In this article, we’re going to tell you a little bit more about us and our campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, and Munich, to try and help you decide where to study in Europe. But first … why study at a business school in Europe at all?
Reasons to study at a Business School in Europe
1. Europe’s world-class education system
Some of the world’s best higher education institutions are located in Europe, where openness and cooperation between countries has led to the creation of a vibrant and collaborative academic community. By choosing to study business in Europe, you will have access to leading research!
Did you know? EU Business School’s MBA programs are ranked in the top 140 in the world. And CEO Magazine has rated our Online MBA best in the world for the last seven years in a row.
2. Study in English
If you’re worried your language skills aren’t strong enough, don’t let that stop you from applying to study abroad. Most degrees in international business and management are taught in English, and more generally, proficiency in English is very high across the whole of Europe, meaning you will be able to get by both in and out of the classroom.
At EU Business School, all of our classes, assignments, exams, and lectures are carried out in English, the international language of business. So, if English is not your first language, you will need to score well on widely recognized English tests (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL, CAE or PTE) to gain admission to any of our programs. To help refine your language skills and improve your scores, we also offer a 13-week English Foundation program: this is a preparatory program which, upon successful completion and after meeting the EU degree admission requirements, will give you admission to our degree programs.
3. Gain experience in an international environment and network with future employers.
Europe is home to some of the world’s biggest and most influential business hubs, including Barcelona, Geneva, and Munich. EU Business School has campuses in each of these cities, and all of our programs are taught by academics, industry leaders and business professionals to ensure you receive a range and depth of both theoretical and real world experience.
Plus, every year, we organize a series of site visits and guest lectures given by global business leaders, so that our students not only get firsthand experience of an international business environment, they are also able to connect with influential businesspeople from all around the world.
But don’t think that studying business in Europe has to be all about being in the classroom! Studying abroad is also about broadening your personal horizons, so make the most of your time in Europe by travelling, meeting new people, and immersing yourself in the culture and the buzzing social scene in some of our biggest, oldest, and most vibrant cities.
EU Business School
At EU Business School, we have more than 3,000 students from over 100 different countries studying with us.
Here are just a couple of things they love about learning at EU Business School:
- International – our campuses are melting pots of culture; students make lifelong friends from all around the world.
- All classes and assessments are done in English – so,if you are coming from abroad and are not confident about your French, German, or Spanish comprehension, there’s no need to worry!
- Small class sizes – students learn better and participate more in small classes, meaning that, ultimately, they get more out of their education.
- Teaching style – we use the dynamic case-study method to teach students, which has proved to be the best way of teaching the applications of business theory.
- Excellent employment record – 93% of EU Business School graduates secure jobs within six months of completing their degree.
Studying at EU Business School, you also have the opportunity to study further abroad, at one of our partner universities, or transfer between campuses while doing your degree. Let’s take a look at our campuses, now, to help you decide where would be the best place for you to study business in Europe.
Barcelona is a world-leading smart city and tech hub, which attracts globally renowned conferences and fairs such as the MWC (Mobile World Conference) and Smart City Expo. Beautifully set on the shores of the Mediterranean, it’s a lively, cosmopolitan city that is famous for its beaches and spectacular architecture as it is for its entrepreneurial spirit and creative energy.
EU Business School has two centrally located campus buildings in Barcelona, both equipped with state of the art technology and surrounded by urban parks and independent cafes and bars – all perfect places to hang out with your friends outside of class!
Take a virtual tour around our Diagonal Campus today.
Switzerland has been voted the world’s most innovative country for more than ten years running, and Geneva is recognized as Europe’s most important financial and diplomatic hub. So, if you are interested in working in tech, finance or for a global organization, this is one of the best places to study. We offer over 30 programs at our Geneva campus, including the BS in Business Finance, Master’s in Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and MBA in Global Banking & Finance. As a part of all these programs, you will be given the chance to visit the sites of multinational companies, to learn about the application behind the theory and make connections with world-class business leaders.
Furthermore, the campus itself is located in the heart of the city, only a five-minute walk away from the city’s financial center, so you’ll be close to the industry’s main hub the whole time you’re studying here.
Click here to find out more about the EU Geneva experience.
Munich is the third largest city in Germany and a major tech hub that has earned the nickname ‘the Silicon Valley of Europe’. In fact, it’s reputation for innovation and entrepreneurship are now so well established that Apple is investing €1bn in a new European Silicon Design Center and R&D that will focus on 5G and future wireless technologies. Many large German corporations, as well as some big global companies, have their headquarters here, including BMW, Siemens, Allianz, and Audi.
Our Munich campus is located in the picturesque Theresienhöhe district of the city, surrounded by trees and parks. Expanded and redesigned in 2019, this bright and modern campus of over 2,000 m2 features state-of-the-art learning facilities including customized classrooms, equipped with the latest technology.