European Business School London
MA, MSc and MBA courses in central London
About Our Degrees
All our degrees are developed in consultation with industry. Twice a year our Advisory Committee of international business leaders gathers to help update our programmes and advise on recent and future developments.
How We Teach
To simulate the business workplace we maintain a careful balance between individual and group work, lectures with theory, practical seminars and workshops.
Our highly qualified academic staff have many years of experience in industry.
Courses combine traditional seminars, lectures and tutorials with independent project-based research and investigation.
Each programme lasts for 12 to 16 months (12 months for September entry and 16 months for January entry).
You will be encouraged to undertake internships to complement your studies, and our Careers and Business Relations centre can assist you with this process.
The EBSL Master's Degree
Our Master's degrees offer a theoretical and conceptual framework to underpin your practical understanding of business problems.
Successful completion of a programme will require you to demonstrate a commitment to independent study. You will develop:
- the ability to read widely and critically across business disciplines
- advanced critical awareness of ideas and practices
- sound business judgement
- the ability to think originally and contribute to current knowledge through your dissertation/business project
Joining the American MBA Programme
Students who successfully complete one of the Master's programmes at EBSL may be eligible to join the Regent's American College London MBA programme.
RACL, which is also located on the Regent's College campus together with EBSL, is the London campus of Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. It offers the longest-running American MBA in the UK.
As some of the subjects from the EBSL Master's programmes count towards the Webster MBA, EBSL students can get exemption from part of the Webster MBA programme. This means that with as little as eight months' additional study, you can add an American MBA to your British MA.
As an alternative to studying at the London campus, students can also take their Webster programme at any one of Webster’s international study centres.
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