EU Business School MBA program climbs QS Global MBA rankingsPosted on 4th Oct 2018 in University Study Tweet
EU Business School (EU) is thrilled to announce that its MBA program has been ranked one of the top 150 MBA programs worldwide in the 2019 QS Global MBA rankings, climbing a tier on its previous ranking.
This achievement adds to EU’s four-star rating for Excellence in Business by QS Stars, highlighting EU as a force in MBA education and is a clear testament to the hard work of its global faculty, staff and students as well as the business success of its graduates.
EU is ranked as the worldwide leader in diversity by QS, achieving 100/100 in areas such as international faculty, student nationalities and gender balance, setting the benchmark for multicultural and international schooling environments worldwide. By exposing students to new international perspectives and by promoting peer interaction,
EU provides its students with the hard and soft skills needed for the today’s increasingly globalized business environment, helping to further their careers.
“We take great pride in our diverse group of students and faculty and international environment which prepares our students to be innovative and effective players on the global front,” said Carl Craen, Vice-President and Managing Director of EU Business School.
The efficiency of EU's approach to international business education is showcased by the success of EU’s global network of alumni, with many becoming start-up entrepreneurs. EU scored 86/100 in entrepreneurship, highlighting the school’s commitment to cultivating creativity and encouraging entrepreneurial- and innovative thinking through its state-of-the-art,
English-taught business programs. “We are proud to be helping so many future business leaders by providing them with the know-how to make their ideas reality,” stated Carl Craen who added, “Our programs are designed to nurture an entrepreneurial spirit and to encourage out-of-the box thinking.”
The aim of QS, the leading provider of world university rankings, and its MBA Ranking is to provide prospective students with the necessary knowledge to make informed educational decisions. The 251 programs across 37 countries were judged on several categories such as Diversity, Entrepreneurship and Alumni Outcomes, Employability and Return on Investment. This provides global candidates with a comprehensive view of various educational facilities.
EU Business School continues to implement its strategy to pioneer international business education. This is reflected by its new MBA programs introduced this academic year which include majors in digital business and blockchain management in response to today’s ever-changing business needs. The school’s strategy is to continue to successfully offer innovative degree programs in line with business and student needs to give students an exceptional and well-rounded educational experience.