EU Business School

sunny outside image of the EU campus in Barcelona

Established in 1973, EU Business School (EU) is a multicampus, international business school. It delivers a comprehensive business education in a competitive and global learning environment. EU offers innovative undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a one-year Business Foundation program, which prepares students for subsequent bachelor’s studies.

In addition to small, dynamic classes offered in English, students also enjoy an international environment. The school’s 100+ nationality average gives students a diverse environment with excellent networking opportunities.

EU Business School has a global network of campuses, and we encourage students to participate in intercampus exchanges within EU and with partner institutions in Russia, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Mexico, Thailand, U.S.A. and China among others.

EU ranked 34th in the European category of the 2013-2014 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report, was listed as a top 20 business school by China Economic Review magazine and ranked sixth-best business school for female students by Capital magazine in France.

All courses at EU Business School are taught by highly-qualified faculty members with a wealth of practical experience. The faculty works with students on an individual basis to create a cooperative and caring learning environment.


The following programmes are currently running at EU Business Schools (Munich, Geneva and Barcelona campuses):


Students apply to EU Business School in September and January. Once enrolled, the University of Derby provides students with access to the University's virtual learning environment (University of Derby Online) where online resources and learning materials are available.

Students will receive administrative support from both EU and the University of Derby.

Award ceremonies

Awarding students attend a University of Derby awards eremony held at EU Business School. There is also an option to graduate at the University of Derby awards eremony in the UK instead.