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European School of Business in Munich, Germany

Photo of European School of Business in Munich, GermanyEuropean University, Munich:
European University (EU) is an international business school recognized for the global profile of its students and the professional excellence of its faculty. We offer a range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including MBA. Established in 1973, EU has developed a student-oriented, flexible and tailor-made business education through a network of campuses in Europe and Asia and international partnerships. The language of instruction is English.

Students can transfer between the university’s various international campuses in order to give them the extra advantage of international experience before they enter the job market. EU campuses are found in some of the world’s most exciting locations: Switzerland (Geneva, Montreux & Yvorne), Spain (Barcelona), Germany (Munich & Freiburg), Austria (Vienna), UK (London), Turkey (Istanbul), Syria (Damascus), Kazakhstan (Aktobe & Uralsk), Singapore, China (Hong Kong, Shenzhen & Shanghai) and Taiwan (Taipei).

Image of European School of Business in Munich, GermanyAccreditation:

Recognized as one of the world's top international business schools, EU is accredited by the ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs) and CEEMAN (Central and East European Management Development Association). The bachelor's and master's programs offered by EU Switzerland are also accredited by IACBE (International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education).

Why Choose Us?
- Student-oriented Education: Education at EU is student-oriented and flexible providing personalized attention to each of our students’ needs.

- Small class sizes of 20 to 25 students encourage interactive discussions and ensure quick feedback between students and faculty.

- Pragmatic approach to business theory: we employ the case method as it is indisputably the most effective academic tool to demonstrate the applications of business theory.

Photos of European University, Munich- Regular student evaluation and assessment: mid-term and final exams as well as weekly assignments in terms of individual and team projects, papers and presentations allow professors to closely supervise each student and advise them on their progress.

- Transfer opportunities: the broad network of EU campuses and the agreements of cooperation with some of the leading business schools in the world allow EU students to easily transfer between countries and continents. An example of a typical transfer: a student can start his/her studies in Geneva, then move to Munich and finish them in Barcelona.

- Outstanding faculty: in addition to excellent academic credentials, our professors possess experience as entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders, which brings business practice closer to the classroom. Moreover, they employ modern interactive teaching methodology which ensures the students’ involvement in the learning process.

- Sound communication skills: 100% of our students speak at least 2 languages, 70% speak 3 or more languages. Moreover, EU further refines their communication, presentation and leadership skills.

- Modern facilities and location in some of Europe’s most attractive cities.

- Excellent employment record: in addition to the job and internship fairs organized annually on campus and the regular emailing of relevant job openings, EU’s Career Services office provides personalized counseling and assistance to each of our students. This results in quick and excellent job placements for EU’s graduates.

- Constant innovation: our professors regularly update EU’s curriculum so that it reflects the latest issues and developments in business. Moreover, students attend innovative seminars on creativity that further develop their strong analytical and communication skills.

- Developing business personality: through traditional as well as innovative business programs, EU prepares students for success in the global marketplace. It provides them with keen analytical skills, broad cultural sensitivity, multilingual skills and clear strategic vision.

Palgrave Macmillan Internationalisation Theory and Technological Accumulation: An Investigation of Multinational Affiliates in East Germany (Studies in Economic Transition)
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Schools in Sweden

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If you go to Europe to Germany or Sweden they have a much more market-based approach to their schools. I used to live and work in Sweden... You can even take Telecom Engineering courses in the equivalent of high school. Why? Because it’s a huge industry in Sweden. They are addressing the countries needs. They also must be perfectly fluent in English. Why? Because Ericsson Telecom headquartered in Stockholm and largest employer does 95% of its business outside of Sweden. You see? Its no mystery American schools are failing our students. That is what everyone can agree on.... Our students graduating don't know shit after graduating compared to students in Sweden and I have experienced both systems

Architecture's philosophical origin...

by goldenhand

Brian, where on earth did you study architecture without being inundated with architecture's empirical value as the arbiter, judgement of forward culture?
In my opinion, fine art for the purposes stated, as communication, status and cultural/spiritual reaching via aesthetics has been around with the evolution of man. I am not sure it has evolved as much as other parts of man. I am also not sure if other areas of evolution may have impeded the development of aesthetics. I only know that a highly developed sensuality and personal focus on aesthetics is a rare enough thing to be called an abnormality

I can't say im an expert

by Listen_to_meh

But i do think im entitled to my opinion.
Healthcare for all wont be cheap or free. All i know is that somehow Europe as a whole is more healthier than America as a whole. Even with their "bad" healthcare... makes meh wonder why that is...
"It is the latest look at why the U.S. spends more on healthcare than any of its European counterparts. In 2004, the year of the data the Emory study examined, the U.S. spent $6,102 per capita on healthcare -- about twice that of the Netherlands and Germany and nearly twice that of France

Which direction does your dog face?

by Just_the_Truth

Mystery solved: Why dogs spin in circles before doing their business
Turns out it's because they're trying to align with the Earth's magnetic field, according to new research.
"Dogs preferred to excrete with the body being aligned along the north-south axis under calm MF [magnetic field] conditions," according to the findings by researchers in the Czech Republic and Germany. "This directional behavior was abolished under Unstable MF." The results were published in the journal Frontiers in Zoology."

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