Studying Business Administration at one of the best universities in the world - qualifying optimally for a career in business or for business master´s programmes with the economic programme “Bachelor in General Management (BSc )”.
You study at one of the top business schools worldwide: EBS Universität scores top spots in university rankings regularly.
You get an education with 210 ECTS, which sets standards: In this intensive program you will acquire the contents of seven semesters in just six semesters.
Your entire study course in English: at the EBS you study at international level in an international environment, so needless to say all lectures and activities are in English.
You gain practical knowledge with real added value: As a student you will benefit from our network of highly attractive business partners. We arrange internships in companies such as Accenture, BCG, BMW, Danone, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, L’Oréal, Morgan Stanley, P & G, PWC and others. In addition, you are supported by our Career Services Center intensively at the start of your career and already establish contact with company representatives during your studies.
You gain international experience at some of the best universities in the world: A semester abroad at one of our 230 partner universities is an integral part of your studies.
You benefit from high quality learning: In small groups with a clear practical relevance and numerous case studies to achieve optimal learning success. Our unique coaching program and the comprehensive curriculum for individual personality development prepare you perfectly for your professional career.
As a graduate of EBS you achieve above average starting salary: Studying at EBS is already paying off at the beginning of your career. The average starting salary of our Bachelor graduates is 56,000 euros (Employment Report 2016).
With our course of studies, you are sought after in the labor market: 85% of graduates received their first job offer while studying or at the latest 3 months after the completion of studies (Employment Report 2016).