We pride ourselves on our international identity with our multicultural student body representing more than 100 nationalities. We believe that studying and living abroad offers individuals an invaluable experience that will broaden career horizons. Studying and working in different cultures will expand your global network and allows you to obtain further qualifications, which is why we focus on forming institutional partnerships worldwide.
Depending on what program you chose at EU, you can transfer between our campuses in Spain, Switzerland and Germany. Based on program availability, you can study a semester or a full year abroad in Barcelona, Munich, Geneva or Montreux. This opportunity allows our students to complete their business studies at the same time as immersing themselves in another culture, something that is highly valued by potential employers.
In addition to our European campuses, we also have several international exchange partners. After completing five or six semesters on any of our campuses, students can participate in our exchange programs with one of our institutional partners where you will study two semesters and earn two individual qualifications.
Located in the heart of New York's financial district, Pace University offers an invaluable experience of the world's business capital. The significance of the business and finance sectors has made New York city one of the most sought after places to study and work.
Fisher College has been providing a top-class education in Boston since 1903 and this academic institution covers a wide range of subjects and has specialist undergraduate and graduate courses in business administration. Fisher College stands out in its field for its highly qualified faculty, 90% of which hold the highest possible degree in their subject.
Time magazine ranked the University of California, Riverside (UCR) number one for graduation rate, affordability and financial aid available to students. The UCR faculty includes 48 Fulbright fellows, 19 Guggenheim fellows and 49 National Endowment for the Humanities fellows. Graduates are eligible for optional practical training, which allows them to work in the United States for up to one year.
Located in Bangkok, Thailand, Shinawatra University was founded in 1996 by Thaksin Shinawatra, former prime minister of Thailand. All courses are taught in English and the university specializes in technology and management as well as science and engineering.