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Exciting On-Campus Weeks for Digital Campus Students

At EU Business School, we believe in an experiential learning method that gives our students the real-world business skills to excel. We do this in a number of ways, including offering our Digital Campus students the opportunity to participate in on-campus weeks in the top European business hubs of Barcelona, Geneva and Munich.  

Our digital MBA students must attend at least one on-campus week. These events are also open to digital master’s and bachelor’s students should they wish to attend.

Each on-campus week is dedicated to a particular theme, focussing on the most topical issues in the business world. They provide students with the opportunity to take part in dynamic and interactive panel discussions with top industry experts and business leaders, to connect with classmates and faculty and to grow their professional networks.  

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Cultural experiences and team building are an important part of the on-campus weeks. As such, we organize a plethora of activities for students and often host a large networking event where alumni, faculty members, campus students and our Digital Campus students can come together to network and build meaningful relationships. It is very important to us that all our students feel part of our community and can meet in person, even if just for those five days. The final event is a great way to celebrate and unwind after a jam-packed week.

Industrial Visits

Industrial Visits

Our industrial visits give students insights into the inner-workings of global companies such as BMW, HP, Blancpain, Hublot, Typeform, Almirall, Givaudan and Steelcase, to name a few. During the visits, they have the unique opportunity to connect with CEOs and business leaders, experience international company culture and learn about the challenges of running different types of businesses.

Guest Lecturer

Guest Lectures

Students have the opportunity to engage with various speakers, who join us on-campus for interactive workshops and to talk about trending topics in business. Past guest lectures have been vast and varied, exploring topics such as blockchain technology and social change, to stress management and corporate responsibility, among many others.



Barcelona, a world-leading smart city and tech hub on the shores of the Mediterranean, is as famous for its beaches and architecture as it is for its entrepreneurial spirit and creative energy. Barcelona offers scores of cultural attractions, from Gaudí’s stunning Sagrada Família to the renowned Picasso Museum. Throw in almost five kilometres of golden beaches, FC Barcelona and an endless choice of shops, cafés and restaurants, and it’s easy to see why Barcelona is regularly voted the best student city in Spain.



Stunningly set against the Alps, Geneva is a lively and picturesque city in the heart of Europe. This major financial and diplomatic center is home to more international organizations, financial institutions and multinationals than anywhere else - plus, it has a buzzing tech and startup scene. The charming old town is packed with shops, cafés and bars, and Lake Geneva and the Alps are right on the doorstep for water sports, world-class skiing and much more!



Munich is the perfect location to study business. A major economic power in Germany, it’s home to top international companies, innovative tech businesses and a highly developed startup ecosystem. The city center is full of parks and brims over with beer gardens and stylish shops, cafés and bars. Outside the classroom, students can enjoy everything from the world-famous Oktoberfest and Christmas markets to music festivals, alpine skiing, FC Bayern and summer beer gardens.