Recognized For Excellence and ranked a top 35 business school in Europe by QS Top MBA and listed as a top 20 business school by China Economic Review. EU’s on-campus MBA was featured in the top tier of the European MBA listings. EU’s Online MBA ranked number one in CEO Magazine’s 2015 global online rankings; EU’s full-time MBA placed fifth highest for salary uplift in Europe in the QS Return of Investment Report 2015.
Accredited by several international accrediting bodies. Our programs are accredited by ACBSP and IACBE; both organizations are recognized by the CHEA. EU also boasts the IQA accreditation, awarded by CEEMAN, and has been certified by EduQua. Partnerships with the University of Roehampton in London and the University of Derby enable EU to offer U.K. state-recognized degrees.
International student and faculty bodies comprised of
more than 100 nationalities, with 98% of them speaking more than two languages.
The business world is growing at a rapid pace. Multinational corporations are opening offices all over the world. A multilingual and international study environment gives students an opportunity to gain exposure that will help them in communicating with people from different backgrounds throughout their careers.
Small class sizes and regular evaluations which numerous studies demonstrate have a direct relationship with increased academic achievement. We average a 1:9 teacher-student ratio. Students benefit from more personal interaction with lecturers and coursemates. Constant feedback allows them to know where they stand and there is an open two-way communication path between students and lecturers at all times.
The pragmatic approach to experiential business learning employs the dynamic case-study method; the most effective tool to teach applications of business theory.
Students learn from faculty members and also from fellow students who come from different cultures. This approach is proven to effectively prepare students for leadership positions in the market.
Transfer opportunities within our network allow students to easily
transfer between countries and campuses.
The business school has a global partner network and encourages students to participate in exchanges between our four main campuses in Barcelona, Geneva,Montreux and Munich. Students also have opportunities to study in other countries including U.S.A., China, U.K.,Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil,Kazakhstan, Canada and Russia among others.
Outstanding faculty members who in addition to having excellent academic credentials are also entrepreneurs,consultants and business leaders.
All courses are taught by highly-qualified faculty members with a wealth of practical experience in their fields. Lecturers work with students on an individual basis to create an interactive learning environment. The caliber of the faculty and a culture that values and rewards an entrepreneurial spirit are what make a business school stand out.
All EU classes are taught in English as all the students who study here are proficient English speakers.
Assignments, exams, lectures and the thesis are also all in English. We realize it is a critical language for developing a successful international career. Students graduate with a solid understanding of business and the language skills necessary to succeed in it.
Excellent employment record as most students have been employed, placed in an internship or accepted into a further study program within six months of graduation.
The Career Services Department provides personalized counseling, assistance and information to all students. They are advised on their CVs, assisted with interview preparations and told about a variety of networking opportunities.
Developing business personalities is one of the most important nonacademic advantages of studying at EU. Academic knowledge is a necessary base when entering the business world, but students must have an individual perspective to succeed in the market.
EU develops strong business personalities by encouraging students to build up the most valuable brand they can sell: themselves.