EU Business School is private business school. Its headquarters located in Switzerland. Xavier Nieberding established EU Business School in Antwerp at 1973. Dean Dominique Jozeau in 1982 established EU Business School in 1982. Dirk Craen is the current president and he is UNESCO Chair in International Relations, Business Administration and Entrepreneurship. This school offering the UK state accredited Bachelor in Business Management degrees and it is awarded by the University of Derby as able-bodied as UK state-accredited BSc, MSc and MBA in International Business & Management degrees awarded by the University of Roehampton. All these degrees are approved by the German government and accordingly appraisement H+ on Anabin. EU Business School Barcelona offers Spanish state-accredited MBA in International Business degrees awarded by the Universidad Catolica de Murcia (UCAM). EU Business School offers a collective affairs with the accompaniment accepted universities Pace University (New York) and Fisher College (Boston) application acceptance two audible bachelors degree. EU Business School was accustomed with International Quality Accreditation (IQA) by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) in January 2011 and it is renewed in 2015. In November 2014, EU Business School accustomed acceptance from EduQua, the Swiss Quality Label for Adult and Further Education Institutions. Business programs at EU Business School Switzerland are absolutely accepted by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) back March 2010. All EU Business School business programs accept been accepted by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) back 2009. In 2015, EU Business School Spain was ranked 2nd out of 46 in the Quacquarelli Symonds Best ROI for European MBA Programs. In 2016, according to CEO magazine EU Business Schools online MBA has been ranked number one for the global online rankings and both MBA and EMBA programs were elected as top tier European programs. Capital Magazine elected EU Business School as the 6th best business school in the world for female students in 2011 and in 2010, EU Business School ranked in the top 50 most social media friendly international MBA schools. It has campuses in Switzerland (Geneva and Montreux), Spain (Barcelona), Germany (Munich), and an executive facility in Yvorne, Switzerland.