EU Business School

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EU Business School
EU Business School logo
Logo of EU Business School
Other name
Former names
European University
A European Identity - A Global Network
TypeBusiness school
PresidentDirk Craen
Students3'000 [1]

EU Business School (formerly European University) is a private business school with campuses in Geneva and Montreux (Switzerland), Barcelona (Spain) and Munich (Germany).[2][3]

EU Business School Geneva


EU Business School was established in 1973.[4] The current president is Dirk Craen.[5]

Academic programs[edit]

EU Business School offers business education programs taught in English. Programs include bachelor's, masters and doctoral degree programs in Business Administration (BBA, EBBA, MBA and DBA).[6] Undergraduate and graduate programs are proposed in various business disciplines.[7][8][9][10]

Online master's degree in International Business and Doctorate Programs in Business Administration are proposed.[11][12][13]

Dual degree programs are possible in Asia, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Russia, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, China, USA, Malaysia or Thailand.[14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21] A Certificate program in Corporate Social Responsibility together with the International Labour Organization,[22] and since 2012, a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Management are proposed.[23] * Students can join a joint program with the state accredited universities Pace University (New York) and Fisher College (Boston) awarding students two distinct bachelor's degree.[24][25]


EU Business School Munich

Educational affiliations[edit]

Swiss Federation of Private Schools.[45] Geneva Association of Private Schools.[46] Lake Geneva Region Swiss Private Schools Association.[47] The Academy of Business in Society (ABIS),[48] the European Council for Business Education,[49] and the European Foundation for Management Development.[50] Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities.[51] Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Geneva sponsor (since 2013).[52] “Consejo latinoamericano de Escuelas de Administración”.[53][54] Signatory of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), United Nations-supported initiative.[55][56]


Quacquarelli Symonds[edit]

  • 2017, distance / online MBA degree ranks 14th in the world (score of 96/100).[57][58]
  • 2015, European MBA Programs in Spain ranked 2nd out of 46 in Best ROI.[59] The average salary uplift after completing a master at EU Business School Spain is 138%. It is the second lowest program fee with an average 23 months payback period.[60]
  • 2013/2014, ranked 3rd in Switzerland, behind IMD and the University of St. Gallen in the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report. The rating provides an overview of selected business schools by over 2,000 employers who actively recruit MBA graduates.[61]
  • 2013/2014 QS Report, ranked the EU campuses from Spain, Switzerland, and Germany at the 33rd position.[62]
  • 2013, ranked 8th in the QS Top MBA list of Women at Global 200 Business Schools.[63]
  • 2011, Spain, Switzerland, and Germany campuses were ranked at 39.[64]
  • 2010, EU Business School's Spain campus was ranked at 52 out of 67 in the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rankings for European business schools.[65]

CEO Magazine[edit]

  • 2017, Online MBA ranked number 1 and the executive MBA ranked number 3 for global online rankings. MBA program was elected tier one for European rankings.[66]
  • 2016, Online MBA ranked number 1 for global online rankings. MBA and EMBA programs were elected as top tier European programs.[67]
  • 2015, MBA program in joint-first position for the Global Top 20 rankings. Online MBA program ranked number 1 for global online rankings. On-campus MBA program was part of the top tier European MBA rankings. Executive MBA ranked in first tier in the global list.[68][69]
  • 2013, European MBA program elected top tier and Global EMBA program second tier by International Graduate Forum.[70][71]

Other rankings[edit]

  • 2011, Capital Magazine elected EU Business School as the 6th best business school in the world for female students.[72]

Campuses and industry relations[edit]

EU Business School has private campuses in Geneva, Montreux, Munich and Barcelona.[73][74][75] [76][77]

Classroom EU Business School Barcelona


In 46 years of existence, EU Business School awarded 24 honorary doctoral degrees. Holders of such a degree include Nick Hayek Jr., Gérard Dubois, Abel Gyozevich Aganbegyan, Alexander Vinokourov and Steve Guerdat among others. Doha Bank's CEO, R. Seetharaman was awarded a PhD in Global Governance, as was former President of Switzerland, Adolf Ogi.[78][79][80][81][82][83]

Industry events[edit]

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