EU Business School in Munich is one of 3 EUBS campuses, of which the 2 others are located in Swiss Montreux and the Catalan capital, Barcelona. The campus is centrally located at the iconic and lively Theresienwiese fairground, which is known for being the home of Oktoberfest. The institution's campus in Munich is located strategically in the heart of the green and futuristic part of the city. In fact, the campus is just 5 minutes by public transport from the well-known Marienplatz.
The campus was expanded and renovated in 2019, which today has made it a bright and modern campus with state-of-the-art learning facilities spread across over 2000 m2. This includes classrooms equipped with the latest technology. In addition, the large windows on campus help provide natural light and fresh air for the benefit of student's well-being.
There are various student lounges where you can relax, have a coffee or eat some lunch followed by challenging a fellow student in a game of table football. When the actual studying begins, the campus library is the perfect environment to meet with your study group and get study-related things done.
The combination of learning in smaller classes, along with the fact that university is very international, gives you the ultimate opportunity to expand your network and make a lot of new friends. Additionally, you will be receiving quality training from highly specialized trainers, all of whom have experience as entrepreneurs, consultants and business owners.
With activities and festivals all year round, Munich is a true lively metropolis. The city can best be described as the hub of cultural diversity, which lies honor in both old and new traditions.
München has a dear place in the hearts of many due to their traditions that celebrate the good things in life: Good food, music and celebrations that make people happy. In addition, there are countless events and activities that make it impossible to get bored during your stay abroad. With the world-renowned Oktoberfest, wild Christmas markets, summer beer gardens, skis in the Alps and the big team FC Bayern Munich's weekend matches, you hardly run out of experiences.
München is also a locally known center of "laptops and lederhosen", as the city is a true economic "powerhouse" in Germany. With its high standard of living and innovative approach, the city is the ultimate business hub. This has made Munich attractive for giant companies such as BMW, Coca-Cola, Audi, Porsche and a wide range of up-and-going start-ups.
It's not just laptops, suits and business Munich offers though. There is also the lederhosen part which is shown in the city's ancient historical architecture and German traditions that have been held for many decades. The possibilities are endless whether you are into big business, cultural experiences or a whiff of adrenaline.
EU Business School does not provide on-campus housing, but has a dedicated student support team that helps you find accommodation in Munich. 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.
See more here.
To apply for courses and programmes at EU Business School, you must meet the general and specific entry requirements.
Documents required from students to apply to EU Business School are:
See more about the entry requirements at EU Business School.
The English requirements to get admitted to EU Business School in München can be sufficed in several ways. Below are the options for students to prove their English proficiency:
You will be able to provide evidence of your English language skills if you have:
See more about the English requirements at EU Business School.
Tuition fees for international students at EU Business School vary depending on the course you choose. The tuition fee at EU Business School ranges from 10.000 EUR to 14.000 EUR per year for international students.
The tuition fee for a study abroad semester at EU Business School for 4 units which equals to 30 ECTS is approx. 5200 EUR.
See more about EU Business School's tuition fees for international students.
EU Business School uses a semester system for both full-degree students and semester abroad students studying to receive credit towards their home degree system. The semester system is equivalent in course load and duration to a three-trimester system. Students can start their studies in January, May, July or October.
See more about EU Business School's important dates in the academic calendar.
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