Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is a triple-accredited, multicampus, international business school. In addition to small, dynamic classes offered in English, EU students also enjoy an international environment while getting the best of both North American and European academic curricula.
We offer various programs at the bachelor's (BBA/BA/BS), master's (MBA/MSc) and doctoral (DBA) levels, with majors in Business Administration; Communication & Public Relations; Leisure & Tourism Management; Business Finance; Sports Management; International Relations; Entrepreneurship; and E-Business among others. We also offer a one-year Business Foundation (BF) program, which prepares students for our subsequent bachelor's programs.
EU Business School has a global network, with main campuses in Geneva and Montreux in Switzerland; Barcelona in Spain; and Munich in Germany. Transfers between campuses are easily attainable and students are encouraged to make the most of such opportunities. Students can participate in intercampus exchanges within EU and with partner institutions in U.S.A., China, U.K., Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Canada and Russia among others.
Our 100+ nationality average gives students a truly multicultural learning environment and excellent networking opportunities.
Munich is a burgeoning economic powerhouse, where locals enjoy all the benefits of city life while living in one of Europe’s greenest cities. The population of almost 1.4 million people enjoy a high quality of life in the city, and Munich regularly tops opinion polls of the best places to live in Germany.
The balance between urban and open space is a defining feature of Munich, home to the EU Munich campus. In the city, EU students enjoy state-of-the-art learning facilities as they study, and a varied social life in their free time.
Oktoberfest is of course a huge event in the Munich social calendar, and the proximity of the EU Business School Munich campus to the festivities means that EU students get to experience the festival in a privileged and unique fashion. One should not be fooled into thinking that Munich is dominated by only one event – on the contrary, all year round citizens enjoy countless events.