EU Business School Geneva starts the New Year by expanding to a new, state-of-the-art city campus building

Posted on 24th Jan 2020 in University Study, Switzerland

EU Business School (EU) is delighted to announce that its campus in Geneva has started 2020 with a move to new premises on the sought-after Rue Kléberg, located right in the heart of this global financial and diplomatic capital. 

The modern and stylish campus building, featuring dedicated study lounges and bespoke classrooms, doubles the amount of space for student study and relaxation and will comfortably accommodate its ever-growing student numbers. It is the perfect addition to EU’s network of impressive European campuses located in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich as well as online.

The newly inaugurated campus building features state-of-the-art facilities designed to promote learning and student wellbeing. Just a stone’s throw away from the Pont du Montblanc, Lake Geneva and the central train station, the new campus building is surrounded by flourishing businesses, giants of the banking sector and the world-renowned luxury watch-making industry as well as charming cafés and restaurants.

The highly anticipated move to the new campus is part of EU’s mission to provide students with the best student experience and a response to the influx of students of 100+ nationalities that choose to pursue a business education at EU. Offering university degrees validated by the University of Derby, U.K., University of Roehampton in London, U.K. and Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), Spain, (título propio), and a four-star rating from prestigious QS stars, the new campus complements the outstanding business education that students receive at EU.

Switzerland has dominated the prestigious IMD’s World Talent Rankings for the last seven consecutive years as the country that provides the most favorable environment to develop, attract and retain a skilled workforce. The rankings hold that Switzerland ‘fosters the best conditions for competitiveness in a skill-scarce global economy’ due to the ‘high levels of investments in education as well as the superior quality of life’.

Vice-President and Managing Director of EU Business School, Luc Craen, is enthusiastic about the new opportunities the move brings. “This is a new and exciting chapter for EU; the growing demand and expansion of our Geneva campus has further solidified our position as a leading provider of globally recognized business education. We welcome the change and look forward to shaping more future business leaders at EU’s new Geneva campus.”