Since its launch in 2012, CEO Magazine’s rankings have become a global reference tool for MBA candidates worldwide.
“We will continue to look for ways to enhance our business education to ensure our students receive a state-of-the-art education”
In 2018, business schools from across the world were evaluated according to factors including quality of faculty, international diversity, class size, accreditation, faculty-to-student ratio, and professional development.
EU’s on-campus MBA was ranked in the top tier both in Europe and globally for the fourth year running.
The school’s Executive MBA program, in addition to being ranked in the European and global top tier, was ranked eighth out of all schools participating worldwide.
EU was selected on the basis of its experiential approach to learning, world-class faculty and global business network which equips students with the knowledge, soft skills and mental strength to succeed in the rapidly changing world of business.
As part of its offering to students, EU’s campuses have a global network of academic partners including the University of Roehampton in London, the University of Derby in the UK and the Universidad Católica de Murcia in Spain.
“At EU Business School, we work hard to provide our students with a world-class learning experience and we are delighted that CEO Magazine’s 2018 rankings reflect our passion for excellence in education”, said Carl Craen, vice-president and managing director of EU Business School.
“As we celebrate EU Business School’s 45th anniversary, we will continue to look for ways to enhance our business education to ensure our students receive a state-of-the-art education which will launch them on their successful career path.”