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Munich EU Business School

EU Business School Munich

As the major economic power in Germany, this city prides itself on innovative industry and an excellent quality of life. With the strongest growth and employment rates in the country, it is the perfect location for your world-class business education.

In Munich, you will find a kaleidoscope of contrasts - from Rococo opera halls to cutting-edge skyscrapers and from Western European heritage to American modernity. Along with the beautiful, old buildings, narrow streets with charming cafés and lively open-air beer gardens, you will find state-of-the-art architecture and a vibrant night life.

Coined as the center of “laptops and lederhosen”, business is also vital to the city’s identity. Through initiatives that help local startup companies with logistics and a welcoming environment for multinationals, the city actively promotes the presence of business, commerce and innovation.

A city for all seasons

Filled with activities and festivals year round, Munich is a lively and culturally diverse metropolis that honors the old and celebrates the new.

Munich brings together the best things in life: good food, good music and good fun. From its world-famous Oktoberfest and Christmas markets, to music festivals, alpine skiing, FC Bayern and summer beer gardens, you’ll never run out of new things to experience - you can even go river surfing on the Isar! When it comes to celebrating life and culture, in Munich there is so much to see and take part in that you’ll never get bored.

Like a local: Did you know that in Bavaria you can bring your own food to any beer garden? It’s been a practice since the 19th century, but remember you must buy your drinks from the establishment and eat at the long wooden tables outside.

A campus surrounded by parks and green spaces

Centrally located in Theresienhöhe, between the site of Oktoberfest and Bavaria Park, EU Munich places you at the strategic center of the city.

The EU Munich campus is centrally located across the street from the historic and lively Theresienwiese fairground, home to the world’s largest fair, Oktoberfest. The area underwent a huge change in 1998. Many of the buildings built before 1920 were extensively modernized, and several recreational spaces were designed in accordance with the city’s urban plan for a greener and more compact environment. 

Impressively, of Theresienhöhe’s 47 hectares, 25 are public acreage and 11 are green spaces. As one of the greenest cities in Europe, the city’s population of almost 1.4 million people enjoy a high quality of life, making it no wonder that Munich regularly tops opinion polls of the best places to live in Germany.

The campus building houses state-of-the-art learning facilities with floor to ceiling windows that take advantage of the natural light. Wi-Fi access is available across campus and every classroom has a SMARTBoard and high-tech sound system. 

A comfortable walk from the city’s historic center, the EU Munich campus is in close proximity to the world’s business leaders. Students regularly attend industrial visits to the headquarters of global enterprises like BMW, Siemens, Paulaner, Coca-Cola, MAN Trucks, Audi and Porsche. 

Programs Offered In Munich

with one of the following minors:

  • Business Administration
  • Communication & Public Relations
  • Leisure & Tourisn Management
  • International Relations
  • Sports Management
  • Business Finance
  • Digital Media Management
  • Business & Sustainability Management
  • Business & Design Management
  • Family Business Management

Both programs in one of 11 majors:

  • International Business
  • Communication & Public Relations
  • International Marketing
  • Global Banking & Finance
  • Leisure & Tourism Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Leadership
  • E-Business
  • Sports Management
  • Human Resources Management
  • Design Management



Theresienhöhe 28
80339 Munich, Germany
T +49 89 5502 9595


Poccistraße (U3 and U6) and Schwanthalerhöhe (U4 and U5) stations are a short ten-minute walk away.


Hans-Fischer-Straße bus stop (bus #62 and #131) is just across the road.


Munich takes great pride in its tram network. The majority of trams are connected to the outer areas of the city and can be accessed throughout Munich at almost all hours of the day.

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