EU Business School has partnered with London Metropolitan University to offer three of the London institution’s internationally renowned business programs as part of its learning program.
From the 2021 Autumn semester, EU Business School students will have the opportunity to earn additional qualifications with a state-recognised bachelors in International Business Management, and masters in International Business Management and Business administration.
The masters programs will be available on the school’s campuses in Spain, Switzerland, Germany and online, while the bachelor’s will be exclusively online.
London Met’s UK state recognised business degrees will now be studied by EU Business School’s “multicultural community of 100+ nationalities” on campuses across the continent.
Both institutions have thoroughly welcomed the move. John Mantikas, head of Marketing and Creative Enterprise at the Guildhall School of Business and Law at London Met said the university is “delighted” with the partnership, while EU Business School’s vice president Luc Craen said the school was “thrilled” to sign the agreement.
“[EU Business School] is an institution which shares our international outlook, links with industry and commitment to fostering the ambitions of our students,” Mantikas added.
“We are delighted to offer these programs on our campuses to the young business leaders of tomorrow”
Craen, who is also EU Business School’s managing director, continued, “[London Metropolitan University] shares our visionary and forward thinking approach to business education.
“We are delighted to offer these programs on our campuses to the young business leaders of tomorrow,” he said.
With the partnership, London Met expands its already impressive business study portfolio, after the success of its specialist business incubator Accelerator, which was named among Europe’s Top Five ‘Most Active’ Accelerators in 2015, giving graduates the opportunity to ‘get their enterprises up and running’.
EU Business School adds London Met’s programs to a slew of UK and Irish programs it already offers, including degrees from the University of Derby and Dublin Business School. It also offers bachelors, masters and MBA degrees awarded by Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia in Spain.