European University is an internationally accredited business school. Established in 1973, EU Business School offers innovative business programs in Business Foundation (BF), Bachelor’s (BBA), Master’s (MBA) and Doctorate (DBA) levels.


With small, dynamic classes offered in English, European University students get the best of both American and European academic traditions in an international environment.


Why EU?


  • Student-oriented education: that is flexible and provides personalized attention to student needs.

  • Recognized for excellence: European University is an internationally accredited business school.

  • Small class: sizes of 20–25 students. This encourages interactive discussions and ensures excellent communication and feedback between students and faculty.

  • Pragmatic approach to business theory: EU Business School employs the dynamic case study method - the most effective academic tool to demonstrate the applications of business theory.

  • Transfer opportunities: the global network of EU campuses and close cooperation with some of the leading business schools in the world means that European University students can easily transfer between countries and continents. Students could start their studies in Geneva, continue in Geneva and finish them in Munich or London.

  • Outstanding faculty: in addition to excellent academic credentials, EU professors are entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders, bringing business practice to the classroom. European University faculty focus on student development and ensure student involvement by employing interactive teaching techniques.

  • Multilingual environment: all students are proficient English speakers and 98% of them speak at least one other language. European University further refines their communication, presentation and leadership skills, vital to effective management.

  • Modern facilities: and locations in some of the world’s most attractive cities and economic centers.

  • International and cosmopolitan spirit: student and faculty body comprising more than 100 nationalities

  • Excellent employment record: EU’s career services office provides personalized counseling and assistance to each student, organizes annual career and internship fairs on-campus and communicates relevant career openings by email. The result is excellent job placement opportunities for European University graduates.

  • Developing business personality: European University prepares its students for success in the global marketplace by providing them with keen analytical skills, refined cultural awareness, multilingual skills and clear strategic vision through traditional as well as cutting-edge business programs.

 Entry requierments


  • High School Diploma

  • English fluency test results: TOEFL score 213 (computer-based), 550 (paper-based), 80 (internet-based) Institute code 0476; PTE score 54; IELTS score 6.0; CAE score C or English native

  • Submit two letters of recommendation from academic advisors familiar with your academic performance and potential for leadership. Any letter not written in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation.

  • Write an essay or record a 1–2 minute video essay, which will help the European University Admissions Committee become acquainted with you, understand your motivation to attend EU, and determine how well you can express yourself.

The Universidad Católica San Antonio (UCAM) is a private university located in Murcia in southeastern Spain. Founded in 1996, UCAM offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs taught by faculty and researchers engaged with the quality of the education provided. The university is characterized by a firm commitment to Catholic orthodoxy and the moral and social doctrines of the Church. UCAM aims to contribute to the transmission of human knowledge and the development of research, from the critical, responsible and creative freedom of the person, according to gospel principles. UCAM developed a system of quality management applied to teaching, research and services to ensure the human relations among all members of the university community in order to make more effective educational work and research.

UCAM offers study of undergraduate degrees and graduate degrees (includes Master's programs and Ph.D. programs) in areas of:

·       Arts and Humanities

·       Architecture

·       Health

·       Sports

·       Communications and Social Studies

·       Business and Legal Studies

·       Nursery

·       Engineering

UCAM is located in Guadalupe just outside the city of Murcia. At the heart of the campus is the Monastery of Los Jerónimos. The monastery forms the main administration building, which thus resembles a cloister in structure: four hallways forming a rectangle around a central open courtyard. The school's chapel is part of the original structure. Also present are several newly constructed buildings housing classrooms and faculty offices


 Why Murcia?

  •  Life in Murcia is fairly affordable. With about 500€/month students can cover all their expenses from accommodation to food and leisure activities.

  • Murcia is the 7th largest city in Spain. As the region’s capital, Murcia has a very good infrastructure and a well-developed transport system. Murcia is a safe city and it is easy to enjoy life there.

  • Murcia is well-connected to the majority of all important cities around Spain and Europe through an excellent highway and railroad network as well as two international airports in close proximity: Murcia San Javier (35min from city center) and Alicante (45 min).

  • The average temperature in Murcia is 18º with mild winters (4-16º) and hot summers (28-35º). The city center is a 35 minutes drive from several isolated as well as touristic beaches and stunning mountain/countryside places.

  • Cultural life in Murcia is very active thanks to the city’s historical heritage, multi-religious environment, universities, museums, libraries, concert halls, etc. 

 Why UCAM?


  •  UCAM was among the first universities to adapt its programs to the European Quality System for Education, following the Bologna Process. In fact, UCAM’s Quality Department is currently assisting the Paraguayan Government to establish a quality assurance body in its respective education system.

  • UCAM has around 340 renowned international strategic partners, among which are several leading colleges and universities around the world, such as UC Berkeley, Stanford, NTU, NUS or Università degli Studi di Bologna. With these partners, UCAM has established students’, staff’ and professors’ exchange programs, joint degrees and other kinds of academic collaborations.

  • UCAM’s teaching method is based on personalized attention with a reduced number of students per class and a personal tutor assigned to each student. UCAM also offers a modern system of distance teaching.

  • UCAM is strongly linked to the business world through study plans responsive to market exigencies, obligatory internships in public and private institutions and enterprises as part of every undergraduate and master's degree, as well as research programs in collaboration with large regional, national and multinational companies.

  • UCAM has a special environment, both culturally and historically. Its main campus is located around the XVIII century Jerónimos Monastery (National Monument) where infrastructures, labs, and research rooms provide UCAM’s students with excellent facilities to combine theoretical knowledge with practical implementation.

  • As a Catholic institution, UCAM’s aim is to offer an integral formation to its students, not only in terms of academic knowledge but also regarding human values by means of academic subjects, volunteering projects, meetings, congresses, and workshops.

  • UCAM is known as the University of Sports. It is the only European university with a professional basketball team in the first national league (ACB League Spain). Furthermore, UCAM competes on a professional level with 20 comparable teams. In the Spanish University Sports Competitions, UCAM won 46 medals, being hailed 2012 Champion competing in 21 disciplines with more than 2000 college athletes. UCAM’s students were awarded about 100 medals in the Olympic Games in Athens, Beijing and London. Moreover, UCAM functions as the educational body of the Spanish LFP (Professional Football League).