EU Business School (EU) is an international business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich. The school offers students Foundation, Bachelor’s, Master’s, MBA and doctoral programs and prepares students for the dynamic and fast-paced international business environment.

Global Learning Opportunities

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Do you want the opportunity to travel around the world through your university? EU Business School offers just that. With physical campuses in four different European locations, a comprehensive online program and students from over 100 different countries, EU is the embodiment of today’s global and inter-connected world. The multi-cultural environment is further embraced through a seamless transfer program between EU campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich and also with EU global partner institutions in Boston, Bangkok and New York. Over 35% of EU students take advantage of these transfer opportunities to widen their knowledge and enhance their experiences.

Discovering different cultures, seeing how the world’s leading organizations operate and having a new perspective about today’s business world are valuable experiences that the study tour offers to its participants.

- Myriam Katar, Bachelor of Arts, EU Business School

Top Ranking


When it comes to choosing a university, the bottom line for many students can be a school’s rankings and ratings. The emphasis that is put on academic excellence, student support and career advice is evident at EU Business School, as the institution is consistently ranked highly by educational and academic entities around the world. The school was given four stars for overall excellence in business education by QS Stars in 2017. In 2018, EU’s MBA and Executive MBA were ranked Tier One in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings. It was also rated as a top 20 business school by the China Economic Review magazine and in the top 200 in the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018.

With over 100 different nationalities represented across four state-of-the-art European campuses, EU Business School is unique in its ability to prepare students for careers in today’s rapidly evolving international business landscape. At EU, we have over 45 years of experience in delivering an innovative blend of hands-on, experiential learning and traditional academic theory. This is why our 26,000-strong global alumni network boasts some of the leading names in entrepreneurship and international enterprise.

- Sergio Rodriguez, Senior Regional Manager, EU Business School

Experiential Learning 

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EU understands that there is much more to being prepared for the professional arena than just book-smarts. Hands-on experience is central to EU’s teaching philosophy and experiential learning is fostered by direct contact with businesses and professionals. By interacting with expert guest speakers who share their personal experience, students gain a deeper and more thorough understanding of what the business world has in store for them upon graduation. The school’s “Learning from Leaders” series of seminars hosts prominent professional figures including Peter Brabeck-Letmathe,Chairman Emeritus of Nestlé; Adolf Ogi, Former President of Switzerland; Kofi Annan, 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations; Michael Møller, Director General of United Nations Office at Geneva; and Dr. Raghavan Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank Group.

We had contact with managers from the biggest companies in Spain and worldwide. The hands-on knowledge and the contacts I made are still useful to me today. I don’t think I would have had that with any other school.

- Paulo Pinto, Executive Master of Business Administration, EU Business School

Career Guidance

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EU Business School’s Career Services Department (CSD) aids students in planning their business paths and attaining their professional goals and ambitions. Through its strong networks, the CSD offers students options for internships and jobs at internationally recognized organizations around the world. Personal and professional development workshops are also available to students on various topics such as job applications, interviewing, personal online branding via social media, CVs and cover letters, networking and much more.

Career services helped me prepare my CV and cover letter in a German format in a professional way. And it didn’t stop there, I also got guidance on how to network and look for further opportunities within my workplace.

- Prajakta Prabhune, Master of Business Administration, EU Business School

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The CSD holds regular career fairs to give students access to potential employers and practice their self-marketing skills. The department is also home to the many career advisors who offer students personalized guidance on how to achieve their career goals. EU’s vast alumni network of over 26,000 graduates also provides students the opportunity to make pertinent connections and nurture business relationships. On average, EU graduates find employment or are enrolled in higher studies within six months of graduation.

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