|Motto in English||Tailor-made education is our Technology!|
|Faculty||80 per campus|
|Staff||20 per campus|
|Students||300 per campus|
|Location||Geneva Montreux Barcelona Munich
The European University (EU) is a multi-campus business school, established in 1973, with headquarters in Switzerland. It operates campuses in Switzerland (Geneva and Montreux), Spain (Barcelona), and Germany (Munich), with an executive facility in Yvorne, Switzerland.
The president of the school is Professor Dirk Craen, who is also UNESCO Chair in International Relations, Business Administration and Entrepreneurship.
EU offers English-language business education programs. It classifies these programs at undergraduate and graduate level; the traditional programs of Bachelor and Master, Doctor of Business Administration (BBA, MBA and DBA). The university also offers the possibility to follow majors in several fields of management education; for example Communication and Public Relations, Information Systems Management, Wealth Management and Finance-Banking and Corporate Finance.
Four campuses in Europe (Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich) were accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) in 2009.
EU Campus in Netherlands is accredited by NVAO (in Dutch: Nederlands-Vlaamse Accreditatieorganisatie). Campus is located in Laan van, Meerdervoort 20, 2517 AK The Hague . Both NVAO and OAQ (Quality Assurance of the Swiss Universities) are members of European Consortium for Accreditation in Higher Education (ECA), ECA aims for the mutual recognition of accreditation and quality assurance decisions. The members of ECA believe that mutual recognition of accreditation decisions will contribute to the recognition of qualifications and the mobility of students in Europe. 
Before the ACBSP accreditation process was completed, the institution's accreditation status drew negative attention from international news media and government officials. The Swiss Embassy in Singapore issued information in 2008 stating that the European University lacked educational accreditation in its home jurisdiction of Switzerland, where the Centre of Accreditation and Quality Assurance of the Swiss Universities has responsibility for accreditation. From 1993 to 2007, the European University in Barcelona had authorization from Catalonian authorities to offer programs leading to Bachelor and Master of Business Administration degrees, but this authorization was withdrawn in 2007 due to the institution's lack of official recognition in Switzerland. In August 2009, leading Malaysian newspaper The Star included European University in a list of dubious institutions which were not in recognised accreditation registries.