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MBA in Global Banking & Finance- European University Business School

MBA Admission


Admission dates for MBA

The graduate/MBA programs at European University have three start dates per year, these dates are the same in every campus, generally, terms begin in October, January and March every year.

The next graduate/MBA start dates are:

Winter Term: January 12, 2015

Spring Term: April 13, 2015

Fall Term: October 5, 2015

Winter Term: January 11, 2016

Admission requirements for the MBA degree programs

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, applicants are evaluated on the strength of their applications as a whole and consideration is given to the students’ qualities and abilities: leadership potential, academic achievements, performance on standardized tests, extracurricular activities and other personal experiences.

All applicants should submit the following documents in order to complete the application process:

  1. Completed application form
  2. 1 copy of bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and transcripts
  3. Proof of English fluency: TOEFL score 213 (computer-based), 80 (internet-based); IELTS 6.0; CAE C; PTE 54; English native or equivalent*
  4. 2 letters of recommendation (use of PPI recommended, see below)
  5. 1 written or video essay
  6. 1 copy of CV/résumé
  7. 3 passport-size photos
  8. Copy of passport
  9. Bank letter certifying the applicant’s financial solvency
  10. €/CHF 200 non-refundable application fee. Please attach a check, money order or receipt for a bank transfer payable to European University. Please contact the EU campus to which you are applying for the exact bank account number to which the fee should be sent.

Applicants must also meet two of the following:

  1. A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  2. A satisfactory score on the GMAT or GRE
  3. 2+ years of professional work experience (may include military service)
  4. An interview with the Dean


For the Swiss Visa

You must complete and take the following documents to the visa department of your nearest Swiss embassy:

Passport (plus one copy)

Certificate of enrolment at EU (original copy)

E form

O form

M form

“A qui de droit” (stating that the student will leave Switzerland post-studies)


A signed letter of motivation stating both the reason for studying in Switzerland and detailing your post-study plans

Bank certificate stating that student has an active account with a minimum of CHF 30,000 (the bank certificate must be in the student’s name ONLY)

Address in Switzerland

Two passport photos (35mm x 45mm)

Once the visa application documents have been submitted, it takes a minimum of eight weeks for a student to receive a Swiss entry visa. This allows them a fixed time period during which to enter Switzerland. Once in Switzerland, EU will assist and inform students about the next steps regarding their resident permit process.

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