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Family businesses are unique in the way that they operate and in the skills required to work in them. Family-owned companies face their own unique challenges in a business environment characterized by intensified competition. In this specialization, you will learn how to leverage your strengths in the management of family business and successfully implement practices that drive high performance, shareholder loyalty and healthy family relationships.
Opportunities Abroad: Undergraduate students at EU Business School can also obtain:
Campus Exchange Programs: You can transfer to any of the four main campuses after any completed semester. We also have exchange programs with a long list of other universities around the world. Please see the list of our partners.
Internships: EU has departments on each campus to help students procure internships.
Admission Requirements: Students must be in the final year of completing or have already completed their high school (or equivalent) diploma. Students must also have an advanced level of English. If students do not meet these requirements, EU offers two preparatory foundation programs to assist students in reaching the level necessary to attend our programs. To further help students improve their academic standing, we offer the Business Bridging Program and for students who need to improve their English fluency, we offer the English Foundation Program.
Admission Period: Year round.
Duration: Six semesters/three years (summer fast-track option available)
Credits: 151 CH/210 ECTS
Start Dates: October, February, June, August
Locations: Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux
Teaching Language: English
Degree Awarded: EU Switzerland private accredited bachelor's degree
Contact EU Business School, Geneva to find course entry requirements.
Myriam Katar, Bachelor of Arts
Discovering different cultures, seeing how the world’s leading organizations operate and having a new perspective about today’s business world are valuable experiences that the study tour offers to its participants.
Javier Martinez Esparza, Vice-President and Managing Director Iberia and LATAM, KAZAM Mobile, Bachelor of Business Administration
At EU, being in a multicultural environment with different people from around the world was especially useful, as that reflects the reality of workplaces nowadays.
Marie-Francine Richard, Technology Consulting Manager, Accenture (UK) Limited, Master of Business Administration
The reason I went to EU was because of its small class sizes and it was all international students. There were many students from the Middle East, from Asia, South America, and I think that having that wide-range of backgrounds is something that I later found extremely helpful when working in an international environment.
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