EU Business School (EU) is proud to announce that they have been placed in the Superior Research & Employability Quadrant in the QS Global 250 Business Schools Report.

The QS Global 250 Business Schools Report is based upon the findings of two global surveys – a survey of 12,125 international employers who hire MBA graduates and a survey of 76,798 academics with expertise in the fields of business and management. The results of these surveys are then used to inform a business school’s placement in the QS Quadrants based on its relative strength in Employability and Research Excellence.

EU’s positioning in the Superior Research and Employability Quadrant owes much to their pragmatic approach to experiential business education, which emphasizes the case-study method and is proven to prepare students effectively for leadership positions in today’s rapidly evolving and globalized business world.

To see the complete QS Global 250 Business Schools Report visit:

About EU: EU Business School (EU) is an international, triple-accredited, multi-campus business school established in 1973. In addition to small classes offered in English by expert faculty, EU students also enjoy an international environment. EU is ranked among the top business schools in Europe and has also had the honor of being recognized by the Academy of Business in Society (ABIS) for its consistent dedication to corporate social responsibility. Students may also benefit from the many partnerships that EU has with international universities such as the University of Roehampton in London, the University of Derby in the U.K., and the Universidad Católica de Murcia in Spain.

The business programs offered through EU Business School have been accredited by ACBSP since 2009.

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