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.
Oestrich-Winkel/Wiesbaden, 30 June 2015 – The graduates' association EBS Alumni e.V. will become a shareholder of EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht, thus further improving EBS financial situation.
The German car-sharing market continues to gain momentum. The Rüsselsheim company Opel has announced it will enter the market with a new concept for car manufacturers: CarUnity, a private car-sharing scheme. In an interview-based study EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht explored what impact this new concept would have on the private car-sharing market and what consumers need to be aware of.
An increasing number of countries are prosecuting alleged foreign war criminals. In the eyes of Géraldine Mattioli-Zeltner, International Justice Advocacy Director at Human Rights Watch, this is a huge step forward. In her lecture at EBS Law School on 21 May the dedicated human rights activist spoke not only about the legal challenges involved in war criminal trials but also about the organizational and language barriers. Furthermore, she provided insights into Human Rights Watch and the work of local activists in war zones.