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MBA EU Business School

EU Business School Master's & MBA Programs

Today’s employers are on the lookout for master’s and MBA candidates who have international exposure and can succeed in the global business world.

We offer a variety of specializations, ranging from the traditional, to the most up-to-date areas of the international business world. All classes are taught in English and take place in the afternoon or evening from Monday to Friday. The master's programs last one year, full time (three terms of 10 weeks each) or two years, part time (six terms of 10 weeks each), with intakes in October, January and March.

The MSc program (90 ECTS) is designed for aspiring professionals with less than two years of work experience, while the MBA (90 ECTS) is for working professionals, and those who have previously held managerial roles. Students can also earn state-recognized degrees from the University of Roehampton (UoR) in London on all four EU campuses. Students that study the MBA in International Business on our Barcelona campus will also earn a state-accredited degree from the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM).

Choose The Right Path For you

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

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The mix of students at EU gave me a global outlook and opened me up to meeting new people from different cultures. You can't buy this kind of experience, one that enriches you as a person. This is the huge advantage of studying at EU.

Ricardo Gómez, BA & MBA alumnus

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