Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is an international, professionally accredited, high-ranking business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich. We provide small, dynamic classes in English, with the best of both North American and European academic curricula. Our pragmatic approach to business education prepares students for a career in today’s rapidly evolving and globalized business world. EU offers foundation, bachelor’s, master’s, MBA and doctoral programs, both on campus and online with business administration, communication, tourism management, international relations, sports management, digital media management, international business, marketing, finance, enterprise and human resources management, among others.
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Through our global network of academic partners, students can earn state-recognized degrees on EU campuses with the University of Roehampton in London, the University of Derby in the U.K. 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.
EU campuses are located on the Mediterranean coastline, among the Swiss Alps, and in the economic capital of Germany, offering students the opportunity to live in four distinct and enriching environments. Students can transfer between campuses and explore the diversity of Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich. This provides a great excuse to learn a language and meet a variety of people while experiencing new business-oriented opportunities.
Geneva is a leading financial center and home to the highest number of international organizations in the world, some of which include the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization and the Red Cross. An ideal global destination for international congresses, conferences and negotiation, Geneva is the location of over 200 diplomatic missions and 119 financial institutions. Centrally located, Geneva can be reached within two hours by plane from most major cities in Europe, so it’s no wonder that a city of 200,000 inhabitants has become the diplomatic center of Europe.
EU Geneva Campus
Address: Quai du Seujet 18, 1201 Geneva, Switzerland
The EU Geneva campus is located in the enchanting Grottes Saint-Gervais quarter. This central location puts students at the heart of the world’s leading businesses and just a five-minute walk from the financial district and main shopping area. Surrounded by beautiful architecture, the campus is steps away from artisanal shops, trendy bars and a mix of eclectic restaurants. The campus building houses state-of-the-art learning facilities. Wi-Fi access is available across campus and every classroom has a SMARTboard with a high-tech sound system.
In 2012, EU Business School opened our online campus to keep up with today’s busy schedules and upward corporate mobility trends. Our online campus offers qualifications at both undergraduate and graduate level.
Our online programs are ideal for those who want to combine their studies with a full-time career or make use of a career break. Online courses allow students to develop the knowledge and competencies that will be instrumental in advancing their career in the world of business.
EU’s online programs adapt their onsite counterparts, offering an easy-to-use web platform, acclaimed and experienced lecturers, and on-campus weeks. For a truly integrated student experience, our flexible technology enables participation in live lectures from anywhere in the world. This means that students are able to study at a world-leading business school, regardless of their location.
EU’s online qualifications serve as passports to successful management careers. This is largely due to our pragmatic approach to business education - one that emphasizes the case study method. Through curricula tailored to accommodate individual needs, our students are prepared for leadership positions in the modern business world.
The EU Group has a global network of campuses. We encourage students to participate in exchange opportunities within our campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich. In addition, students can participate in exchanges to our partner institutions in the U.S.A., China, U.K., Spain, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mexico, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Canada and Russia, among others.
EU Group programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). We also hold International Quality Accreditation (IQA) awarded by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN). The EU Group is also accredited by EduQua, the first Swiss quality label geared toward adult further education.
Career Services Department
EU has a multicultural student body with more than 100 nationalities represented, coupled with our 26,000-strong alumni network. Our career services department helps students to build contacts while looking for internships and job opportunities. Our alumni association provides our students with an extensive network of contacts worldwide upon graduation.
Myriam Katar, Bachelor of Arts
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.
Javier Martinez Esparza, Vice-President and Managing Director Iberia and LATAM, KAZAM Mobile, Bachelor of Business Administration
At EU, being in a multicultural environment with different people from around the world was especially useful, as that reflects the reality of workplaces nowadays.
Marie-Francine Richard, Technology Consulting Manager, Accenture (UK) Limited, Master of Business Administration
The reason I went to EU was because of its small class sizes and it was all international students. There were many students from the Middle East, from Asia, South America, and I think that having that wide-range of backgrounds is something that I later found extremely helpful when working in an international environment.