To help you find your way around the EBS courses, please bear in mind the following basic guidelines :
- Undergraduate students are welcome to enrol for courses in our Bachelor of Science programmes;
- Graduate students without work experience are welcome to enrol for courses in our Bachelor and Master programmes;
- Graduate level with at least 2 years of professional work experience are welcome to enrol in Bachelor, Master and MBA courses
90% of our undergraduate level courses are taught in English.
Our Master and MBA programmes are taught 100% in English.
Please note that the course offering may change from year to year. After enrolment students will receive a tentative course list.
The course catalogues can give a general idea about which courses will most likely be offered in spring and fall terms on the different levels.
Modules and Courses
Our Bachelor and Master programmes are taught in so-called modules. Modules are groups of courses which are tied together and which can only be registered for Uas a wholeU. An overall module exam is taken at the end of the semester which includes elements from all courses within this module. However, only one overall mark is given.
Few modules are structured in such a way that it's not possible to tale the whole module during one semester. In such a case, students can take the course on its own - these courses are labeled as "stand-alone-courses". For each stand-alone-course a separate exam takes place.