EU Business School is an international business school with five campuses in different European countries. It was established in 1973 and has gained international professional accreditations from IACBE, IQA, EDUQUA and ACBSP.Show more
I would like to warn anyone from even thinking to apply to this “business school”. I attended an American university before and was ensured that my credits will be transferred, which was a key factor why I chose this school. As it turned out none of that was true and they made me redo all the subjects although they were the same. Secondly, as the selection process is almost non-existent you will encounter people who were kicked out from previous universities. I strongly recommend putting a bit of effort and apply somewhere better, your future is in your hands !!
Ps, I don’t even mention that this institution isn’t recognised or even accredited to the standards and it will be particularly hard to enter a master program elsewhere as well as finding a job.
The admissions staff to the teaching faculty, everyone was very helpful. I had a great experience going to the campus and interacting with my peers. The atmosphere and the infrastructure is quite modern and study-friendly. Lastly, choosing to study at the EU provides great networking opportunities as you meet people from various social, cultural and professional backgrounds.View more
The University is good over all. While the campus is somewhat small in comparison to my Bachelors university, it appears to be the standard for private universities in Spain. The professors were somewhat ok, though for the value of the university I had expected to receive a higher education.
The best thing about the university were the company visits and webinars, as they expose the students to multiple industries and help them explore future career options.
After finishing my Bachelor’s in the Netherlands, I choose to further develop myself by doing a Master’s. I wanted to have some more International experience so I chose to study in Barcelona. EU Business School has a good reputation so that’s why I chose the Master’s program over there.
My Masters started last September (2020), and I have now been studying at EU for a bit less than 6 months. I’m very pleased with the university. The teachers are nice and really show interest in learning the students about their profession (teachers are way less involved in the Netherlands).
An important thing that I didn’t like too much is the fact that it is hard to interact with other students especially now with the whole COVID situation. EU Business School didn’t really offer opportunities to get to know other students that are enrolled in different programs. But I of course understand that this is hard to organize.
Overall it has been a great experience studying at EU Business School and I’m looking forward to the upcoming months.View more
EU offers a high level of internationality and good career contacts for alumni and students, also, has some experienced and well-known professionals as professors. Considerable GAP between online and on-campus model, for the price, quality should be the same.View more
I believe this is a very good university with goof infrastructure for the students. Also, the events the uni organizes – such as job fairs and lecturers – are excellent. They give you the opportunity to get in touch with many important professionals of the market.View more
I love Eu business school. The teachers and the environment are teaching me not Only about the skills I have to learn for my future but also about what I want my life to be like. There, I learnt that I am such a capable person and I feel super confident with everything they do for the students. The environment is awesome’View more
The Uni is not that good. They do a lot of Marketing to promote themselves but they are very unorganized. Although I did learn a lot of things and some of the teachers were fantastic, I wouldn’t recommend it.View more