International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef – Bonn – IUBH

IU International University of Applied Sciences (“IU Internationale Hochschule”) may be a private, state-accredited university of applied sciences in Germany.

It offers English-language campus-based courses, dual German-language study programs also as part-time and distance-learning courses in German and English. The university is sponsored by IU Internationale Hochschule GmbH, whose sole partner is Career Partner GmbH. the present name of the university goes back to the university’s original, English-language name: International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef – Bonn (IUBH).

The university was founded in 1998 and consists of 4 independent departments/study models: IU Campus Studies, with attention on international management programmes; IU Distance Learning; IU Part-Time; and IU Dual Study. The university serves about 70.000 students in total.

All current courses are state-accredited (or currently within the accreditation process), bear the seal of the German Accreditation Council, are certified and have received various awards, e.g. the FIBAA Premium Seal. IU is additionally the sole German university within the Hotel Schools of Distinction Association. it’s a member of the worldwide Compact networks, like the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

IU Campus Studies offers English-language lecture-based study programmes with a world focus. The Campus Studies model at both the Bad Honnef and Berlin campuses features Bachelor, Master and MBA programmes within the areas of hospitality, event management, healthcare, transport and logistics, IT and engineering, business and management, and human resources.

The Dual Study model includes dual Bachelor and Master programmes within the fields of tourism, health and social affairs, transport and logistics, IT and technology, business and management, media and communication, and human resources. By regularly alternating between theory and practice, students can simultaneously undertake academic studies and gain professional experience in their partner company.

The Distance Learning model includes German and English-language Bachelor, Master and MBA distance-learning courses with specialisations for various industries and areas of responsibility. All programmes are often studied module-by-module: full-time or part-time, digitally (through scripts, video lectures and online tutorials) or with some classroom hours. Students may sit exams in one among quite 40 exam centres in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, at one among quite 150 international exam centers worldwide, or online.

IU offers part-time courses with a mixture of classroom and online participation.