EU Business School
Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is an international, professionally accredited, high-ranking business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux, Munich and online
An International Approach to Education
Established in 1973, EU Business School offers programs at the foundation, bachelor’s, master’s, MBA and doctorate levels, which focus on business administration, international business, marketing, finance, communication, digital business and leadership, among others.
Combines the academic and the professional world
Our high-caliber faculty is made up of entrepreneurs, consultants, business leaders and full-time academics. This combination of the academic and professional worlds supports a unique and exceptional quality of learning. We use a combination of classroom theory and hands-on experiential learning to prepare students for careers in today’s rapidly evolving and globalized business world.
Global partner network
With our global network, we encourage students to participate in program-related intercampus exchanges between our campuses and with partner institutions around the world. Students can earn state-recognized degrees on EU campuses with the University of Derby in the U.K., the University of Roehampton in London and the Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM) in Spain. Partnerships with Pace University in New York, the University of California in Riverside, Fisher College in Boston and Shinawatra University in Bangkok offer students the chance to earn a second qualification while studying in diverse and enriching environments.
Campuses in Barcelona, Munich, Geneva and Montreux
EU Business school has campuses in four different cities in Europe, and we also offer online courses.
Barcelona is a major economic power in Spain, known for attracting entrepreneurs and startup industries. Here you will find endless opportunities to play sports, socialize and explore. Home to over 1,000 startups, FC Barcelona, and a thriving arts scene, Barcelona has rapidly become a center for young, creative talent.
Our new building on Avinguda Diagonal right in the city center complements our established Ganduxer building in La Bonanova, an upmarket district in the north-west of the city.
Munich is the economic capital of Germany, a city known for an excellent quality of life. Our campus is centrally located in Theresienhöhe next door to the Oktoberfest fairground. It is a very green area. Students regularly attend industrial visits to the headquarters of global enterprises like BMW, Siemens, Paulaner, Coca-Cola, MAN Trucks, Audi and Porsche.
Geneva and Montreux
Study next to lake Geneva and the alps in beautiful Switzerland. Geneva is a leading financial center and home to organizations such as the United Nations, the WTO, the WHO and the Red Cross. It is one of the most picturesque cities in Europe only rivaled by its smaller neighbour Montreux where the campus is a manor house on the shores of Lake Geneva.
EU organizes regular activities that give students an insight into real-world business practice outside the classroom. Seminars, presentations and trips complement the academic theory that students examine in class, offering hands-on experiences that bring business to life.
Students are taken to visit companies like BMW, Nestlé and UEFA, where they observe how theoretical concepts can be applied to real business situations.
EU invites worldwide leaders, such as the former Secretary-General of the UN Kofi Annan and the Chairman of Nestlé Paul Bulcke, to give conferences at EU. These sessions compliment students' theoretical learning and offer practical, informed opinions on current events.
EU brings innovative and thought-provoking conferences to its students. At the recent Electric Mobility Conference in Munich, for example, 100 participants actively debated the future of the electric mobility industry in roundtable sessions and keynote speaker presentations.
EU students visit businesses, commercial hubs, government and trade organizations around the world, where they observe a variety of industries and meet with senior management, discovering new working cultures and professional practices.