European Business Schools Librarians’ Group


Welcome

Welcome to the EBSLG web site. The EBSLG is a network of library directors, managers or senior staff from academic libraries attached to, or serving, accredited, world-ranked European business schools, or institutions offering world-ranked MBA or EMBA programmes.

The purpose of the EBSLG is to provide members with a forum for discussion around topics of interest; to promote a network of co-operation and assistance among the member libraries; and to enable the mutual exchange of information that can enhance the support services the libraries provide to their respective institutions.

The EBSLG maintains close links with its counterpart groups, the North American ABLD (Academic Business Library Directors), and the APBSLG (Asia Pacific Business School Librarians’ Group), with which the EBSLG meets triennially at Joint Conferences.

We welcome expressions of interest from Directors or Chief Librarians of European business school libraries or, where a separate business school library does not exist, from the senior librarian in the library holding chief responsibility for the provision of the business collections and services serving MBA or equivalent programmes.

Latest News

Photograph of the city Barcelona.

General Meeting 2019

The most recent EBSLG General Meeting took place between 11th and 14th June 2019 in Barcelona. The meeting was hosted by three business schools based in the same city: EADA, ESADE and IESE.

Regional News


Anglophone Group Meeting

The most recent Anglophone group meeting was held at Manchester Business School on the 24th and 25th January 2019.


Continental Group Meeting

The most recent Continental group meeting was held at IMD, Lausanne on the 3rd and 5th October 2018.


Northern Group Meeting

The next recent Northern group meeting will be held on September 30th and October 1st at the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics at Kiel, Germany.

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