EU Business School Achieves Outstanding Scores in the QS Stars Ratings

MBA Blog / 16th November 2017

EU Business School (EU) has announced that it has been awarded a four-star overall rating in the world-renowned, educational QS Stars rating system. This is the result of its constant commitment to educational excellence and state-of-the-art business learning.

EU Business School scored a maximum five-star rating in the categories of employability, internationalization & diversity and innovation & entrepreneurship.

The school achieved a top rating in the employability category thanks to its dynamic combination of classroom theory and hands-on experiential business learning, which prepare students for careers in today’s rapidly evolving business world. EU received more than 50 nominations in the QS Employer Reputation Survey. In the category of internationalization & diversity, EU Business School received a top score of 100/100, reflecting the school’s global reach and international outlook.

EU received a five-star rating for innovation and entrepreneurship due to its international faculty of entrepreneurs and business leaders, as well as the high number of successful startup companies established by EU alumni all over the world. Satisfaction with teaching and its high-level faculty as well as student satisfaction were also recognized in the survey, with the school receiving a maximum score of 100 percent.

“To secure such high ratings in a diverse range of areas in the QS audit is an outstanding achievement. Along with our other top-tier rankings, the QS audit reinforces our global position as an exceptional international business school,” said Carl Craen, Vice-President and Managing Director of EU Business School. “We take immense pride in our innovative education system and it’s gratifying to see our success recognized in this way.”

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