About EBS Universität
Under the umbrella of the private, state-recognized EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht you will find a programme portfolio that is uniqe across Germany consisting of Bachelor's, Law, Master's and doctoral programmes as well as top-class executive education for working professionals. Our Business and Law School reap the benefit from their synergies, building a strong foundation for innovative research and continuing education activities of high practical relevance.
Your studies - an investment that pays off
- At EBS Universität you will gain the specialist skills needed for a successful professional career
- Surveys confirm that the starting salary of EBS graduates is around 44% higher than that of other graduates
- EQUIS accreditationof EBS Business School, the 10-year accreditation awarded by the German Council of Science and Humanities and the FIBAA accreditation of our Law and Business Studies programmes are confirmation of the high quality of our programmes
- EBS is one of the leading business schools in Germany, as attested by numerous rankings, e.g. the recent Financial Times Master in Management Ranking.
The EBS Law School is delighted to announce the excellent results achieved by the first year of students to take the State Examination. In September 2015 the first year of students to enter the Law School took the written part of the State Legal Examination (Juristische Staatsprüfung). Last Friday was the date of the oral examinations, with which the examination candidates concluded their period of study at the EBS Law School – and with outstanding grades. For the Dean, Professor Dr. Markus Ogorek, the results are a further endorsement of the...
Masters student Yueyi Yin has been awarded the DAAD Prize for Outstanding Foreign Students at the EBS. Worth €1,000, the prize – presented annually – honors the excellent performance and achievements of foreign students at German colleges and universities. Dr. Petra Kreis-Hoyer, Vice Dean Education at the Business School, handed over the prize during the welcome ceremony for new masters students at the EBS campus in Oestrich-Winkel on January 15, 2016.
A major honor has been conferred on the fledgling EBS Law School: the Federal German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV) has invited Professor Dr. iur. Dr. phil. Martin Will M.A., LL.M. (Cambridge), who holds the Chair of Constitutional Law, to be a member of a prestigious group of researchers. The purpose of this third-party funded project, initiated and financed by the BMJV, is to carry out research into the history of the Ministry during the early years of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Research work is a pilot...