EU Business School’s Online MBA degrees are internationally recognized graduate degrees, that serve as passports to successful management careers. Their curricula are tailored to accommodate each candidate’s needs and effectively prepare students for leadership positions in the modern business world. A specialization within a chosen major allows students to hone their skills and develop a more specific area of expertise.
The Online MBA is offered with the following majors:
How You Earn Your Certificate
EU Business School’s Online MBA is held over three, 10-week terms (90 ECTS) and has the same structure as the full-time MBA program. Average MBA-related work time is around 30 to 40 hours per week for the full-time program and 20 to 25 for the part-time option. Each term, participants take five courses and various seminars online. Coursework includes online team building and group work, peer-to-peer communication, online lectures, active class discussions, on-campus work and case study analyses.
The program web portal is available 24 hours a day, with open access to study materials, syllabi, plans, guides, reading materials, lectures and discussion forums. In addition to virtual access to classroom materials, students can also count on a comprehensive support network.
Online MBA students are required to turn in a project at the end of their final term that will take about six months to complete. Each student is assigned a faculty advisor or mentor who will guide them during the process.
After nine weeks of online study, students travel to one of EU’s main campuses in Barcelona, Geneva or Munich to take part in on-campus week. Students are only required to attend one on-campus week throughout the duration of the program. During on-campus week, students meet their classmates and take part in lectures, industrial visits, exams and networking events that complement their online experience.
Hone problem-solving, analytical and evaluation skills.
Gain a comprehensive vision of the way in which businesses work and develop strategies to react to changes.
Analyze strategic management, and decision-making in organizations of various types, including large corporations, SMEs and public-sector bodies.
Experiment with different techniques that help lead to desired outcomes and clearer decisions.