- Founded :1998 year
- Type of University : Private
- StudyQA ranking: 2493 pts.
- Offered programms: 2 Bachelor 3 Master
- No. Students: 9000
- Study mode: 5 On campus
- Languages of instruction: English
The IUBH is a private, state-recognised university of business and management. It offers on-campus degree programmes taught in English, dual study degree programmes taught in German and online study programmes taught in German and English. The profile of IUBH Corporate Programmes includes training programmes for professionals and executives in all industries. It has campuses in many German cities, including Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Frankfurt am Main.
grammes are accredited by the state (or are currently in the accreditation process) and certified. They have received various honours for example from the CHE University Ranking and premium seals from FIBAA. IUBH is also the only German university with membership in the “Hotel Schools of Distinction” global alliance and the first university to have its double degree tourism study programmes certified by the United Nations’ World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). IUBH is a member of the United Nations’ academic Global Compact network and Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative.
IUBH offers on-campus degree programmes that are taught in English and have an international focus. On-campus programmes are offered in Bad Honnef, Bad Reichenhall and Berlin and include bachelor’s, master’s and MBA programmes in the fields of international management, marketing management, hospitality management, event management, aviation management, transport & logistics and international business. The students, professors and lecturers at IUBH School of Business and Management come from over 85 countries.
IUBH Dual Studies allow students to complete a practice oriented dual study programme. The course offerings include dual bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes in the fields of healthcare, human resources, industry & logistics, marketing, real estate, tax & auditing and tourism. A weekly switch between theory and practice allows students to gain professional experience in a company while earning their degree. IUBH has a network of over 1,000 cooperating enterprises and provides assistance in finding a suitable placement.
IUBH Distance Learning offer bachelor’s, master’s and MBA degree programmes that are taught in German and English and have concentrations in various industries and functional areas. IUBH also offers over 150 certificate programmes. There are flexible learning models for all programmes: full or part-time, digital with scripts, video lectures, online tutorials or even an on-campus component. Examinations can be taken at one of over 30 test centres in Germany, Austria and Switzerland or at one of over 150 international testing centres world-wide.
IUBH Corporate Programmes combine the business related activities of the university with its sister company PROAKTIV Management AG. The service profile includes human resource consulting, seminars for professionals and executives, in-house training, online-based training for employees, competence analysis and academic study programmes.
The International University of Applied Sciences is officially recognised as a higher education institution. As such, it has the right to award undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. It has also been accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) and by the FIBAA..
In March 2014 the University was awarded with five FIBAA Premium Seals of the accreditation Agency.
The currency in Germany is the Euro. Many other currencies (in 2012) have appreciated in value against the Euro which means that Germany offers good value for your money.
Compared to other European countries, Germany offers excellent value for money in accommodation, food, services and entertainment. The price of food, accommodation, clothing and cultural activities is close to the European average, but below the average found in the major cities of France, Italy or the UK.
The German government calculates that a student needs around € 800 per month to live comfortably. Surveys among international students in Germany have shown that some can live quite happily on € 600 per month.
Some prices in Germany:
Health insurance is mandatory in Germany. All international students are required to have sufficient health insurance for the complete duration of their studies in Germany. Due to IUBH regulations you can only be enroled if you can prove health insurance coverage.
German public health insurance
Students can choose from special offers for students under the age of 31 in Germany. These insurance plans are offered at a rate of ~79,- € per month. Although they offer slightly different services, they all cover medical treatment and partially cover medication. Due to cost-saving programmes in the public health insurance, coverage has been reduced and you may have to pay for some medical treatments yourself.
Applying for German health insurance has to be done upon arrival in Germany.
Exception: If you are more than 30 years old you can no longer take advatage of the favourable student rates offered by the public health insurance carriers. In this case you can take advantage of our exclusive offer for international IUBH students, please see below.
Due to a special contract with the insurance company Care Concept, negotiated by IUBH and a private insurance company, IUBH students have an exclusive offer which we recommend.
The Student Support Package for international students:
On-campus study, practical approach, ideal career prospects – there are many reasons for studying at the IUBH:
The heart of the IUBH is its uncompromising international focus:
Whether in a medium-sized company operating at an international level, or in a multinational group abroad – the IUBH offers ideal preparation for the global job market:
Our professors and lecturers attach great importance to a close link between theory and practice. After all, most of them gained experience at international level themselves – and would also like to pass this on, for example through:
For most people who come to us, beginning university means the start of a new phase in their lives. This is why we attach such great importance to the learning atmosphere:
Practical, international orientation and study content tailored to the industries in question – our graduates are in demand among companies in Germany and abroad:
As well as talent and hard work, a good education and a certain knowledge of your sector, there is another important factor in starting your career successfully – good contacts and a good network: