Study MBA in Germany, fully in English
Today’s employers are on the lookout for MBA candidates who have international exposure and can succeed in the global business world. At EU, students can choose from 11 business majors, ranging from the traditional to the most up-to-date areas of international business. All classes are taught fully in English.
In one of 11 majors:
- International Business
- Communication & Public Relations
- International Marketing
- Global Banking & Finance
- Leisure & Tourism Management
- Digital Business
- Sports Management
- Human Resources Management
- Design Management
- Blockchain Management
Why EU Business School?
Our student body is comprised of more than 100 nationalities, with 98% of students speaking two or more languages.
Small Class Sizes
Greater interaction between students and faculty guarantees heightened academic achievement.
All Classes Taught in English
Coursework includes assignments, lectures, exams and a final dissertation or business plan.
The case study method and a pragmatic approach are two of our most effective tools.
Our team is composed of highly qualified academics, entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders.
Ranked Among the Best
Programs within our network are consistently featured in the top tier of global and European rankings.
Building a Business Personality
We are committed to encouraging students to build the most valuable brand they can market: themselves.
Choose from our 5 campuses: Munich, Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, and online, or even transfer between them based on your convenience.
Coping with Covid-19
EU Business School welcomes our community back on campus!
We will be back on campus from fall 2020. If you cannot travel yet, you can choose to start online and then tranfer to campus when circumstances allow. We have also introduced a range of measures for maximum flexibility and convenience, including several start dates and the option to study full or part time. We are following strict protocols to ensure the health and safety of all our community on campus.
Have questions? Check out the FAQ below:
Is the fall intake happening on campus?
Yes. We look forward to welcoming new students to our 5 campuses. We are aware that some students may experience delays in acquiring visas or may not yet be able to travel. In order to allow students to start their studies no matter what their situation, we have several intakes for the fall semester and the opportunity for students to start online and to transfer to the campus of their choice when they can.
Should I defer my start date to next year?
We are offering maximum flexibility for all our programs in the fall to accommodate your needs and circumstances. You can begin on our online campus and come to the campus of your choice at a later start date, or defer to a later start date altogether. You can also choose to study full or part time. Choose the option that best suits you.
What measures are being taken to protect students on campus?
To ensure the safety of its community, EU is implementing a series of precautionary measures across all its campuses. It is mandatory for faculty, students and staff to wear masks at all times when on campus. Temperature checks will be at our campus entrances to ensure that all persons entering our premises are healthy. In addition, hand sanitizers will be placed at the entrances and throughout our campus buildings and students and faculty are required to hand sanitize before a class begins and after a break.
When necessary, EU is ready to introduce a blended learning approach where class sizes will be reduced to ensure social distancing. The duration of classes on campus will be reduced to one to 1-1 ½ hours and the rest of the class will take place online.
Our common areas such as recreation areas, study rooms and libraries will be closed. Student gatherings and meetings will not be permitted on campus and students will be advised not to meet in groups outside our premises.
The upcoming starting dates for our MBA programs are October 5 and November 9.
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