Who is the MA curriculum suitable for?
MA programme is for you if you have a bachelor´s degree in Business Administration, Economics or Management. Our MA programme adds value to your bachelor’s degree by deepening and widening your academic knowledge, further developing your analytical thinking, and improving your professional, leadership and team-related skills.
Who is the MBA curriculum suitable for?
MBA programme is suitable for you if you do not come from a business studies background and you have at least three years of management or team- lead experience. We will provide you with skills, tools, knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions in the challenging technology-driven global business setting. We work with real-life examples in a team-centred learning and teaching setting.
Two- year programmes
Let’s create a better world together! EBS’s innovative MA programme prepares managers to solve the challenges of the future. In addition to making a profit, the need to deal with social, environmental and economic problems has become an inevitable part of entrepreneurship. Master in Business is a classical master degree to complement a three year bachelor's degree.
Two years, two countries, two cities, two universities, two degrees. The 2-year double degree MA programme of EBS and University of Liège, offers you a unique opportunity to expand your international network.
Two- year programmes
The 1-year specialisation MA programme of EBS, enables top-level specialists to contribute to solving the opportunities and challenges of digitalisation. In addition to using digitalisation to increase efficiency and generation profit, digital transformations have also created new challenges such as re-skilling of the labor force and lengthy change management processes.
The 1-year specialisation MA programme of EBS, enables top-level specialists to contribute to solving the complex issue of sustainability. In addition to making a profit, the need to deal with social, environmental, and economic problems has become an inevitable part of organisations.