EU Business School online MBA program ranks 11th in the world in the QS Online MBA rankings 2020Posted on 23rd Apr 2020 in University Study, Switzerland, Germany, Spain
EU Business School (EU) is proud to announce that its online MBA program has climbed four places to rank 11th in the world in the prestigious QS Online MBA Rankings 2020.
Evaluating online MBA programs from around the globe, EU achieved the highest possible scores in class experience, diverse nationalities and proportion of female students. These outstanding results demonstrate EU’s ongoing commitment to providing an outstanding online business education and its mission to take online education to new heights by placing emphasis on class dynamics and interaction for a superior student experience.
EU achieved the highest possible score for class experience, taking into account its share of live classes, its intuitive learning app, the frequency of its synchronous classes, live group discussions and physical meetups, among other factors. As part of its goal to offer a dynamic online student experience as well as insights into the real business world, EU regularly holds exclusive student conferences with global business leaders including Jim Hagemann Snabe, chairman of Siemens and Maersk, and Paul Bulcke, chairman of Nestlé. These conferences continue during the coronavirus pandemic. EU is proud to announce that on April 24, its students will attend an exclusive conference with Ronnie Leten, chairman of Ericsson, and on April 30, with Rick Goings, former CEO and chairman of Tupperware brands. Furthermore, during its on-campus weeks, EU invites students to gain privileged insights into the real workings of business through company visits, guest speaker sessions and networking with peers and faculty.
EU is also ranked the worldwide leader in diversity, achieving a maximum score of 100/100 for both the number of nationalities in its classrooms and for female representation. EU is proud of its diverse, multicultural community, which fosters cultural awareness, flexibility and adaptability – key soft skills in the globalized workplace.
Mr. Carl Craen, vice president and managing director of EU Business School, declared “These rankings attest to the quality of EU’s online business education, the high standards of our faculty and our success in taking an interactive classroom environment online”. He went on to add, ”These are challenging times. Thanks to the vast experience of our online campus and our committed staff and faculty, we are successfully navigating the challenges of this period of global uncertainty and are offering an outstanding business education on our online platform and in virtual classrooms to all our students.”
The QS Online MBA Rankings are compiled by QS, an independent and trusted organization with 25 years of experience in providing students with guidance on business programs.