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EU Business School

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COVID-19 Information: Please check the end of this section

Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is an international, professionally accredited, high-ranking business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Munich and online. 

Programs within our network are consistently featured in the top tier of global and European rankings. QS has ranked our MBA programs in the top 140 globally and 1st in the world for diversity in 2020, reflecting our multicultural student body and faculty of 100+ nationalities. QS also ranks our MBAs in Marketing and in Entrepreneurship in the top 100 worldwide for career specialization. 

Our MBA programs are specifically designed for working professionals and those managerial experience. Our emphasis on experiential learning ensures that classroom theory is complemented by company visits and prestigious guest speaker events with top industry experts. Our outstanding Learning From Leaders conference series has featured globally renowned speakers such as the Chairman of Nestlé, Paul Bulcke, and the co-founder of Starbucks, Zev Siegl, among many others. Our students have unparalleled access to networking opportunities and our graduates form part of a global alumni network that numbers more than 27,000 members. 

Students can earn U.K. state-accredited MBA degrees from the London Metropolitan University, as well as state-recognized degrees from the Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), Spain, (título propio) and degrees from EU Business School Switzerland, which are internationally accredited by ACBSP, IACBE, IQA and certified by eduQua. Our MBA students in Munich can earn university degrees on campus thanks to our partnerships with Dublin Business School, Ireland.

We offer our MBA programs on all our campuses: students may choose to take MBAs in 15 majors at our campuses in Barcelona, Geneva and Munich, and MBAs in eight majors at our online campus.

EU has an extensive alumni network with 27,000+ members. Comprising 162 nationalities, our alumni actively help our students through mentorships, networking and even with career opportunities. 

What are the admissions requirements for the MBA programs?

1.Academic qualification:– One certified copy of bachelor's degree and transcripts2. English level:One of the following or equivalent:– Minimum TOEFL score of 89 (internet)/233 (computer)/577 (paper)– Minimum IELTS score of 6.5– CAE C1 with a minimum score of 176– Minimum PTE of 59– English native– Pass score on EU’s English language exam– Minimum of two years in an English-language institution and successful completion of all courses
3.A copy of CV/résumé 4.Two letters of recommendation5.A written or video essay  6.Additional documentation 

COVID-19 Information

EU Business School has adapted to the challenges of the global health crisis with a range of flexible solutions to ensure that no one has to put their dreams on hold. 

  • We are offering maximum flexibility. Our programs are offered on campus and online. We are offering several start dates and the opportunity to combine online and on-campus study. Students may also choose to study full or part time. We use an on-campus hybrid learning approach for on-campus study combining the best of in-person and online study.
  • EU Business School is open, including our admissions department. We are here to help you succeed. Contact us with any query you may have. 
  • We have updated our protocol and have strict hygiene measures in place to keep everyone safe; the health and wellbeing of the EU community is our number one priority. You can find out more here.

If you wish to find out more about EU Business School, sign up for our upcoming open days here  and our info sessions here  .

COVID-19 FAQs

What is the status of planned campus admission open days/tours? If these events are cancelled, are they being replaced in any way (i.e. by online alternatives)?

With campus visits suspended owing to the global health crisis, candidates have the opportunity to find out more about the programs, admissions processes, campuses and the exciting student life at EU Business School by attending one of our online information sessions or open days. Candidates may also contact our experienced admissions department directly. Our expert counselors are continuing to guide candidates on the program which best suits their needs and are offering further support and advice on the admissions processes and required documentation. Candidates can contact our admissions department by email ([email protected]), Skype or telephone during our regular working hours. 

How can applicants contact the university about their application?

Our admissions counsellors are continuing to work through regular business hours. Applicants can contact them by email at [email protected], Skype or telephone. 

How is the university handling applicants whose exams have been cancelled?

Given that official exams were postponed or cancelled across many countries, our admissions team is providing additional support to candidates and is being flexible with submission deadlines. 

What advice is the university offering to applicants unable to take an English-language test due to centers being closed?

At EU Business School we are offering our own English tests for admissions purposes, given that TOEFL and other language tests were suspended.

How is the university supporting applicants whose visa applications have been delayed?

Our admission team is providing additional support if a prospective student does not receive the required documentation on time. EU Business School offers year-round enrollment and there are several start dates throughout the year.

How are applications for university accommodation being handled?

EU Business School is in close contact with its student residences and students will be able to stay in our recommended student residences when the authorities confirm that it is safe to do so.  

Is the university making any changes to entry requirements (i.e. test results, required documents)?

EU Business School is taking a flexible approach with regard to application deadlines given the current circumstances. Our admissions counselors are on hand for support and advice.

COVID-19 Information: Please check the end of this section

Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is an international, professionally accredited, high-ranking business school with campuses in Barcelona, Geneva, Munich and online. 

Programs within our network are consistently featured in the top tier of global and European rankings. QS has ranked our MBA programs in the top 140 globally and 1st in the world for diversity in 2020, reflecting our multicultural student body and faculty of 100+ nationalities. QS also ranks our MBAs in Marketing and in Entrepreneurship in the top 100 worldwide for career specialization. 

Our MBA programs are specifically designed for working professionals and those managerial experience. Our emphasis on experiential learning ensures that classroom theory is complemented by company visits and prestigious guest speaker events with top industry experts. Our outstanding Learning From Leaders conference series has featured globally renowned speakers such as the Chairman of Nestlé, Paul Bulcke, and the co-founder of Starbucks, Zev Siegl, among many others. Our students have unparalleled access to networking opportunities and our graduates form part of a global alumni network that numbers more than 27,000 members. 

Students can earn U.K. state-accredited MBA degrees from the London Metropolitan University, as well as state-recognized degrees from the Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), Spain, (título propio) and degrees from EU Business School Switzerland, which are internationally accredited by ACBSP, IACBE, IQA and certified by eduQua. Our MBA students in Munich can earn university degrees on campus thanks to our partnerships with Dublin Business School, Ireland.

We offer our MBA programs on all our campuses: students may choose to take MBAs in 15 majors at our campuses in Barcelona, Geneva and Munich, and MBAs in eight majors at our online campus.

EU has an extensive alumni network with 27,000+ members. Comprising 162 nationalities, our alumni actively help our students through mentorships, networking and even with career opportunities. 

What are the admissions requirements for the MBA programs?

1.Academic qualification:– One certified copy of bachelor's degree and transcripts2. English level:One of the following or equivalent:– Minimum TOEFL score of 89 (internet)/233 (computer)/577 (paper)– Minimum IELTS score of 6.5– CAE C1 with a minimum score of 176– Minimum PTE of 59– English native– Pass score on EU’s English language exam– Minimum of two years in an English-language institution and successful completion of all courses
3.A copy of CV/résumé 4.Two letters of recommendation5.A written or video essay  6.Additional documentation 

COVID-19 Information

EU Business School has adapted to the challenges of the global health crisis with a range of flexible solutions to ensure that no one has to put their dreams on hold. 

  • We are offering maximum flexibility. Our programs are offered on campus and online. We are offering several start dates and the opportunity to combine online and on-campus study. Students may also choose to study full or part time. We use an on-campus hybrid learning approach for on-campus study combining the best of in-person and online study.
  • EU Business School is open, including our admissions department. We are here to help you succeed. Contact us with any query you may have. 
  • We have updated our protocol and have strict hygiene measures in place to keep everyone safe; the health and wellbeing of the EU community is our number one priority. You can find out more here.

If you wish to find out more about EU Business School, sign up for our upcoming open days here  and our info sessions here  .

COVID-19 FAQs

What is the status of planned campus admission open days/tours? If these events are cancelled, are they being replaced in any way (i.e. by online alternatives)?

With campus visits suspended owing to the global health crisis, candidates have the opportunity to find out more about the programs, admissions processes, campuses and the exciting student life at EU Business School by attending one of our online information sessions or open days. Candidates may also contact our experienced admissions department directly. Our expert counselors are continuing to guide candidates on the program which best suits their needs and are offering further support and advice on the admissions processes and required documentation. Candidates can contact our admissions department by email ([email protected]), Skype or telephone during our regular working hours. 

How can applicants contact the university about their application?

Our admissions counsellors are continuing to work through regular business hours. Applicants can contact them by email at [email protected], Skype or telephone. 

How is the university handling applicants whose exams have been cancelled?

Given that official exams were postponed or cancelled across many countries, our admissions team is providing additional support to candidates and is being flexible with submission deadlines. 

What advice is the university offering to applicants unable to take an English-language test due to centers being closed?

At EU Business School we are offering our own English tests for admissions purposes, given that TOEFL and other language tests were suspended.

How is the university supporting applicants whose visa applications have been delayed?

Our admission team is providing additional support if a prospective student does not receive the required documentation on time. EU Business School offers year-round enrollment and there are several start dates throughout the year.

How are applications for university accommodation being handled?

EU Business School is in close contact with its student residences and students will be able to stay in our recommended student residences when the authorities confirm that it is safe to do so.  

Is the university making any changes to entry requirements (i.e. test results, required documents)?

EU Business School is taking a flexible approach with regard to application deadlines given the current circumstances. Our admissions counselors are on hand for support and advice.

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Yes. But please note that your acceptance offer will be conditional to the required results. Before starting the program, you will also need to submit the results from your English proficiency test.

No. However, if you have a high school diploma, are over 25 years old and have five years of managerial experience, you can access the Executive BBA program, which is a one-year, two-semester program. After completing the Executive BBA, students without a bachelor's degree can study one of EU's master's or MBA programs.

A range of accommodation is available in each of our campus cities to suit different budgets and lifestyles; we believe that having a comfortable and inspirational living environment is an important part of any educational experience.


Before choosing where to live, you should think about whether you’d like to find a room in shared accommodation, a great option for anyone eager to make new friends, or find a private apartment, the perfect choice if you prefer to have your own space. This decision might be influenced by whether you are already familiar with the city and if you speak the local language. It is also advisable to research the different areas of your chosen campus city, to decide which is best for you. Things to consider include access to outdoor spaces like parks, proximity to the shops and campus buildings, and how well connected an area is to the local transport network.


We have compiled accommodation information for each of our campus cities to help you find the perfect new home.

EU's Student Services Department provides students with all the practical information and support they need when beginning their studies with us. We're here to help you discover the city, settle into classes, meet new people and fully enjoy all that EU Business School has to offer.


The student services staff have extensive experience, patience and empathy and are available to assist students with personal matters. If you need further help, staff members can also arrange for you to see a professional counselor. You can expect the utmost discretion on all matters.


All students also have their own personal student counselor who will support them during their studies with us.

We often place students internationally, but the opportunities available depend on the student's sector, background, interests and the languages that they speak.