EU Business School in Barcelona, is just one of 3 campuses, of which 2 others are located in Swiss Montreux and the German metropolis, München. In the elegant La Bonanova area surrounded by embassies and consulates, you will find the EU Business School Barcelona Campus. The campus building, called Ganduxer, stands out beautifully in the neighborhood with its five floors of clean glass. The district offers nearby food markets, shops and cafes. In addition, the campus is just 10 minutes by metro to Plaça Catalunya and the world-renowned La Rambla.
Classrooms are fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology and a modern learning environment. Students benefit especially from the large windows in the glass building, which provide natural light and a view from the classrooms. In addition, the institution is very committed to student's well-being and has therefore ensured that students can relax or have a nice lunch in common lounges.
The combination of learning in smaller classes, as well as the mix of different nationalities at university, gives you the ultimate opportunity to expand your network and make a lot of new friends from around the world. This helps you get quality training from highly specialized teachers, all of whom come with a background as entrepreneurs, consultants and business owners.
In the northeastern Spanish coast of the Mediterranean Sea, lies one of Europe's oldest cities, Barcelona. Yet it boasts cutting-edge style, exquisite food and culture, as well as some of the most amazing and modern architecture the world has seen. No other city in the world looks like Barcelona. The stay abroad in Barcelona will forever change your perception of the world around you.
Barcelona's architecture ranges from medieval to surreal. From the centuries-old Gothic Quarter to the sophisticated, tree-lined boulevards of the Eixample district, Barcelona's architecture is from a variety of styles and eras.
Barcelona's landscape was forever changed by the Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudí. In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, he built a number of modernist parks and buildings. Although they are now over a century old, and look surreal and futuristic, even by today's standards. Gaudí built the majestic Sagrada Familia Cathedral as well as Parc Güell - a true wonderland with gardens, mosaics, winding park benches, hidden paths and whimsical cottages that look like something from an adventure.
If you want to enjoy anything other than art and architecture, there are plenty of other experiences in Barcelona. When the weather is warm, the Olympic Village or the beach is always a sure winner. Experience the local football team, Barça, in a match at the Camp Nou, or grab a bite to eat outside at one of the city's many tapas bars. Barcelona's fast and efficient public transport system makes it easy for you to explore every corner of this amazing city.
EU Business School does not provide on-campus housing, but has a dedicated student support team that helps you find accommodation in the city. On the link below you can get an overview of the type of accommodation that best suits your budget and needs. From there, you can connect with student support, who will give you a helping hand with finding accommodation.
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