Veronica Cancio De Grandy has been appointed Managing Director of EU Business School’s (EU) campus

in Munich, one of Europe’s largest economic hubs. Cancio De Grandy is taking up this position after

being the group’s Communications Director for over two years.

Dr. Dirk Craen, President of the EU Group, said that this appointment was an important strategic

move for the institution. “Veronica has had a strategic hand in some of our most recent milestones

like our international 40th anniversary event in Barcelona and the strategic planning and execution

of our group’s magazine, ON. She knows the EU Group well and I believe she will be a great asset.”

The former Editor-in-Chief of Miami Living and MacDirectory magazines, Cancio De Grandy has a

Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from Florida International University, a Master of Arts

in international Journalism (with honors) from City University and a postgraduate diploma in

Advertising Design and Creativity from ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering.

Veronica Cancio De Grandy had worked in the U.S.A., U.K. and Spain before accepting this position in

Germany. In this new role with the EU Group, she will organize and support the local campus

staff in their daily operations, with a particular focus on operations, marketing, communication and

relationship management.

About EU Business School: Established in 1973 and owned by the EU Group, EU Business School is a

multicampus network of triple- accredited, international business schools in Europe. In addition to

small, dynamic classes offered in English by expert faculty, students also enjoy an international

environment. Ranked in the top 35 in Europe by QS, EU Business School has also had the honor of

being recognized by the Academy of Business in Society (ABIS) for its consistent dedication to

corporate social responsibility.

For more information about EU, contact the campus at +49 89 5502 9595 or, or


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Established in 1973, the EU Group is a collection of triple-accredited, multicampus, international business schools in Europe. In addition to small, dynamic classes offered in English, students also enjoy an international environment and both North American and European curricula. EU Munich is part of the international EU Group. Students are offered degree programs in partnership with two leading U.K. universities. Undergraduate students earn a U.K. state-accredited Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Business from the University of Derby. Successful graduate students are awarded a state-accredited MBA in International Business or MSc in International Management from the University of Roehampton.