|Degree:||Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|University website:||Cloud Computing|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||21,900 CHF|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||21,900 CHF|
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a pathway in Cloud Computing is a one-year three-semester full-time program (90 ECTS). In addition to acquiring advanced skills in business management, strategy and other key business disciplines, this EQF level 7/NFQ level 9 program with a pathway in Cloud Computing provides innovative knowledge in one of the key skills of the modern business world.
Students learn to critically analyze the business case for cloud development and deployment and to understand the operational and practical implications of cloud-based project management practices, tools and techniques. Not only will they understand a range of current cloud platforms, solutions and services in the B2b and B2C sectors, students will also critical understanding of how organizations may exploit the vast business opportunities that result from the transformative power of cloud computing.
A state-recognized Dublin Business School Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree awarded by Quality & Qualifications Ireland (QQI).
Awarding Body: Quality and Qualifications, Ireland (QQI) is the Irish State body responsible for the Quality Assurance of all education and training services in Ireland. QQI sets quality assurance criteria for the sector and regulates and approves programmes of study. For more information about QQI, click here.
Events that introduce EU students to globally successful leaders are a fundamental aspect of our approach to providing the business education that will kick start your career.
Studying an MBA in Munich allows students to expand their business knowledge in the economic powerhouse of Germany. The vibrant Bavarian capital is home to numerous major multinational company headquarters including BMW and Allianz, as well as a flourishing startup scene, and is also actively pursuing initiatives to provide a greener, more sustainable living environment.
Munich may be famous for its annual Oktoberfest festival, but it has so much more to offer students wishing to study business. The city energetically promotes and supports innovative startups and tech companies, making it an ideal place for future entrepreneurs to gain knowledge, get involved and to set up new and forward-thinking ventures. Munich also offers students a superb array of sports, outdoor adventures, socializing and entertainment opportunities, ensuring a well-rounded student experience.
EU's faculty is composed of highly qualified academics, entrepreneurs, consultants and business leaders.
All courses are taught by lecturers with a wealth of practical experience in their fields. Our teaching staff create a personalized and interactive learning environment that promotes and fosters the skills and knowledge required for a successful career in business. The caliber of the faculty and a culture that values and rewards an entrepreneurial spirit are what make EU Business School stand out.
The tuition fees for students from the EU/EEA and outside the EU/EEA are the same. For the Munich, Barcelona and Digital Campus, the average is 15,660 EUR per year, ranging from 12,900 EUR to 20,850 EUR.
For the Geneva campus, the average is 31,690 CHF per year, ranging from 27,600 CHF to 37,800 CHF.
Tuition fees may vary for each study programme.