We’ve built European Leadership University to bridge the skills gap that businesses currently face. We do this by engaging with employers and developing talent to give them the skills they need now. Our aim is simple in design but ambitious in scope – to invest in talent for the fourth industrial revolution.
Our approach and methodology is rooted in a core activity – the full-stack education programme. By organising and facilitating these programmes, we offer an intensive learning experience: multidisciplinary teams help our students with mentoring and in-depth collaboration with the business community.
When you study with ELU you can be sure that our programmes are in line with the latest developments in digital technology – developing optimum capability to devise innovative solutions. All programmes are digital-related.
ELU’s unique learning experience sets you free to discover the career you want – not the career that someone else wants you to do. We place the student at the heart of our process, consciously matching you with employers who will generate mutual advantage.
No more working in dead-end jobs while waiting for something better to come along. With our career-focused approach, you’ll leave university with a clear idea of where you can best take your skills – and it’s highly possible that you’ll have a job waiting for you when you leave.
Our campuses and hubs are well-integrated around Europe. They are collaborative hubs which will equip you with digital skills – and environments that will foster your creative abilities. As European Capital of Innovation, one of the leading skill cities of the world and Special focus on data science and AI, Amsterdam is looking for highly skilled talent. This is why we have chosen Amsterdam as our main hub, to provide innovative learning experince in the middle of Europe’s growing talent demand.
We are fully accredited by YÖDAK - Higher Education Planning, Evaluation, Accreditation and Coordination Council, Nicosia. We are currently preparing for national accredication in the Netharlands by NVAO - Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands.