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European Business School London

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Business School

Jane Houzer (Interim)

Undergraduate tuition and fees
13,700 GBP (2012)

Number of students



+44 20 7487 7505


Regent's University London, Inner Cir, Regent's Park, London NW1 4NS, UK

Parent organization
Regent's University London

Regent's University London, ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, Regent's American College L, London Business School

European Business School London (EBS London) is a private Business School in Regent's Park in Central London. It is UK's oldest private business school and a constituent school of Regent's University London.


EBS London offers a wide range of courses in the field of International Business Management and has a strong focus on Banking and Finance, which is also reflected by the fact that a third of its graduates pursue a career in that field.

EBS London is now the business faculty of Regent's University London. Besides its focus on teaching excellence, the university has a long-standing commitment to research and offers a great variety of research degrees such as Mphil and PhD degrees.

Around 900 students from over 85 nationalities make the faculty highly international. It also has as strong focus on languages, with 70% of its graduates being fluent in at least four languages. EBS has a strong representation of all nations especially Russian, Spanish, Italian and French.


Founded in 1979, European Business School was an international institution with campuses in London, Paris, Frankfurt (Oestrich-Winkel) and Milan which had a pioneering influence on the European model of education. In 1985, though still cooperating and exchanging students, the EBS schools became independent. Each school kept the EBS name but added the city name after. European Business School London (EBSL), EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht and European Business School Paris are the remaining European Business Schools. EBS London is now the business faculty of Regent's University London and as such still affiliated with EBS Paris.

Undergraduate Programmes

Core of the undergraduate programme in the management field are the BA (Hons) degrees in Global Management and International Business.

Further undergraduate courses at the business faculty include a BA (Hons) in International Events Management.

Postgraduate Programmes

EBS London has a long-standing history in delivering high-class education in the fields of general management, banking and finance, entrepreneurship and marketing on Master Level, including a full-time MBA in International Business.

The business faculty of Regent's University currently offers a variety of postgraduate courses in Business & Management on Master Level:

  • Creative Leadership - MA
  • Digital Marketing & Analytics - MSc
  • Finance with Specialisations - MSc
  • International Business - MA
  • Luxury Brand Management - MA
  • Management - MA
  • Marketing Psychology - MSc
  • Oil & Gas Trade Management - MSc
  • MBA Programme

    A flagship programme offered by EBS London is the 12 month full-time MBA in International Business, one of the most culturally diverse MBA programmes in the world. With an average age of 29 years, average work experience of 6 years and the male to female ratio close to 50:50, it is also one of the most experienced and gender balanced programmes. Participants come from diverse industries ranging from telecoms, banking & finance, hospitality, insurance, healthcare & pharmaceuticals, shipping and agriculture. The EBS London MBA has been validated by the EQUIS and AACSB accredited Open University as associated organisation.

    A compulsory study period abroad is an element of the course. EBS London MBA students can choose from the following partner universities:

  • Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Lubin School of Business, New York, United States of America
  • Concordia University, Canada
  • City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
  • Research

    As the business faculty of Regent's University London a great variety of research degrees such as Mphil and PhD degrees are offered.

    Research active faculty members are involved in the Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies (RCTS), the Centre for Banking and Finance (CBF), and the Institute of Contemporary European Studies (iCES), which is organising the prestigious Jean Monnet and 'Europe in the World' lectures.

    Partner institutions

    EBS London has around 70 partner universities all over the world, notable institutions include the Université Paris-Dauphine and EDHEC in France, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management in Belgium, Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, Université Laval and John Molson School of Business in Canada, City University in Hong Kong, Pace University in the United States of America and the Fundação Getúlio Vargas in Brazil. In 2008 EBS London became an official member of EBSI (European Business School International Group).


    European Business School London offers one full scholarship and two-half scholarships per year.


    European Business School London Wikipedia

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