Choosing a master’s degree that will fulfill your professional objectives as well as fit your educational goals requires a lot of research. To help, we invite you to utilize the resources we have available, including talking to our admissions team, who are always on hand to help. Not only that, but you can also visit our campuses, meet current students and attend classes and open day sessions to find out more.


Admission Requirements:*


  1. 1 certified copy of bachelor's degree and transcripts

  2. Proof of English level: TOEFL score 89 (internet-based), 233 (computer-based); IELTS 6.5; CAE C1 with a minimum score of 176; English native or equivalent


Applicants must also meet one of the following:


  • A GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

  • A satisfactory score on the GMAT or GRE

  • An interview with the academic dean


*Students not meeting these criteria will have an interview with the admission committee and will be considered on a merit basis. For more information, please contact the admissions department of your chosen campus.


Please see the documentation section below to find out about the documents required for your application.


  1. Fill out the master's online application form.

  2. Receive an an email with instructions on how to submit further documentation.


  1. Print and fill in the master's application form.

  2. Scan and send the completed application form via email to the admissions department of your chosen campus.

  3. Receive an email with instructions on how to submit further documentation.

Submitting the application package:

The admissions department of your chosen campus will contact you by email with instructions on how to submit your application package. Send your application package containing the requested documents by post or email (if applicable). The admissions department will confirm receipt via email.

All applicants should submit the following documents in order to complete the application process:


  • 1 completed application form (if the application was not filled in online)

  • 1 certified copy of bachelor's degree and transcripts*

  • Proof of English level: TOEFL score 89 (internet-based), 233 (computer-based); IELTS 6.5; CAE C1 with a minimum score of 176; English native or equivalent

  • 1 copy of CV/résumé

  • 2 letters of recommendation**

  • 1 written or video essay***

  • An electronic passport photo or 3 printed passport-size photos

  • 1 copy of valid passport or ID card

  • 1 bank certificate or letter certifying the applicant's financial solvency

  • €/CHF 200 non-refundable application fee. Please attach a money order, check or receipt for a bank transfer payable to EU

Application and Document Details



Arrange to have your degree and transcripts sent to the EU Admissions Department of your chosen campus. Transcripts are considered official if they bear an official university stamp and the signature of the dean. They should also include the university’s contact information. Records must list the subjects taken, grades earned or examination results in each subject and include certificates or diplomas. If the documents are not in English, they should be sent with a certified English translation.


Letters of recommendation

Submit two letters of recommendation from academic advisors who are familiar with your academic performance and potential for leadership. If you have been out of the academic world for a while, please submit two letters from employers and/or managers who are familiar with your work ethic, ability and leadership skills. Any letter not written in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.


Written/Video essay**

Write an essay of approximately 500 words or record a 2-3 minute video essay and include it in your application package. This will help the EU Admissions Committee become acquainted with you, see how motivated you are to join us and determine how well you can express yourself. The essay should be on one of the following topics:


  1. Tell us about the most challenging team experience you have had to date. What role did you play? What did you learn?

  2. Please describe a personal failure that has impacted your life and what you learned from it.

  3. What achievement are you most proud of (studies, sports, professional life, etc.)?

  4. If you could imagine an entirely different life from the one you lead, how would you want it to be?

  5. Each of us has been influenced by people, events and situations in our lives. How have these influences shaped who you are today?

** To submit your video essay, please follow this link, upload it and insert the email address of the campus of your choice.


The master's programs at EU have three start dates per year, these dates are the same for every campus, generally, terms begin in OctoberJanuary and March every year.


The next master's start dates are:


  • Fall Term: October 3, 2022

  • Winter Term: January 9, 2023

  • Spring Term: March 20, 2023


To see our term start and end dates, see our academic calendar.


I have been accepted to EU Business School. What should I do next?

Pay the advanced tuition payment. Upon acceptance, you will need to confirm your intention to attend by paying the first installment of the program. Upon receipt, we will send you confirmation of your enrollment at EU.


How do I pay tuition fees?

Students can pay their tuition fees via bank transfer, check or credit card. Once we have received the complete application package, the admissions department will send you information about tuition fee payments.


I have paid my Advanced Tuition Payment. What shouId I do next?

Student visas are necessary for Non-European Union citizens. On receipt of the final acceptance letter from EU, non-European Union applicants should apply for a student visa at the nearest embassy or consulate of the country where they wish to study. Please allow enough time to process your visa. We advise non-EU applicants to apply at least three months before the beginning of the academic term. The admissions department will contact you to offer help with your student visa and to answer any other questions that you might have.

For European Union and non-European Union applicants, the tuition fee payment must be made before the start of the academic term.


How do I find out about accommodation?

Please contact the admissions department of your chosen campus for housing advice.


Do I need health insurance?

Health insurance is mandatory in most European countries. Students are requested to obtain health insurance themselves. Please do not hesitate to contact EU if you need any assistance.


I have paid my fees and have received a visa. What happens next?

The academic department will email you class timetables before the beginning of the academic term.


How can I visit my campus before the beginning of my studies?

Please contact the EU Business School campus of your choice and we will be happy to show you around your future home.


Application fee (non-refundable, paid with application)
Advance tuition payment (non-refundable, due upon receipt of acceptance letter)
Tuition per term (three terms per year - with advance tuition payment deduction)
Business Plan (after successful program completion)

Payment installment plans are available. Please contact EU's Administration Department for further details.

*These fees may be subject to change