The 2012 Annual Internet Survey showed that over six million people around the globe are finding success with e-learning programs with advantageous benefits.
To keep up with today’s busy schedules and upward corporate mobility trends, in 2012, EU Business School opened its online campus. Its flagship Online MBA program adapts its onsite counterpart to fit online needs with an easy-to-use web platform, acclaimed professors with experience in online education and on-campus weeks for a true blended experience.
As a result of our efforts EU’s Online MBA ranked number one in CEO Magazine’s 2015 global online rankings.
Duration: Three terms
Credits: 72 ECTS/57 CH
Start Dates: October, January, March
Locations: Online + three on-campus weeks
Teaching Language: English
Maximum Flexibility: Students can take the whole MBA online, or do one semester on site to get the best of both worlds.
Double Degrees: When studying a graduate degree at EU Business School you can also obtain a second master’s degree from Nichols College in Massachusetts.
Admission period: Year round.
Upon completion of the program, students of the Online MBA earn a full and equal Master of Business Administration degree from EU Business School.
The online program mirrors EU’s top 35 (QS ranked) MBA while giving students the flexibility to attend lectures online at their own convenience. It spans 12 months, including a tutored final project. The MBA focuses on real-life experience in addition to business theory. European University’s Online MBA offers the opportunity for conferences, exams, industrial visits and tutorials as well as the chance to spend one week at one of European University’s main campuses each term.
EU Business School’s full-time/part-time MBA, Online MBA and Executive MBA degrees are internationally-recognized, graduate degrees that serve as passports to successful management careers. Their curricula are tailored to accommodate each candidate’s needs and effectively prepare students for leadership positions in the modern business world by utilizing a pragmatic approach to business education which emphasizes the case-study method.
page on the EU Business School (Munich Campus) website for more details!