Study In Germany
IUBH has set itself the task of training the very decision-makers of tomorrow. Our mission and educational goals are consistently aligned with the needs of a global job market and those of young people who wish to work in an international environment. We provide our students with the skills they need to take on a successful role in business life and realize their ideas for a sustainable career.
We attach particular importance to the quality of our teaching, the practical relevance of our study programmes and an atmosphere in which people enjoy studying. We know that the decision to study is one of the most important decisions in your life and that you are laying the foundation for your professional career. We support you! The declared goal of our professors, lecturers and employees is to create the best possible conditions for your studies, your development and your career. We wish you the right decision for your personal future – and good luck with your studies!
Good Reasons To Study At IUBH
Your right to work and live in Europe
The large corporate demand for globally-oriented executives and IUBH’s excellent reputation in academia and industry gives IUBH graduates huge leverage for a successful career. Make the most of your opportunities with studies at IUBH:
•• Profit from Germany’s heavy demand for highly qualified professionals
•• Improve your credentials
•• Expand your network with international contacts
Post-study work in Germany
International students who have successfully completed their studies in Germany can have their residence permit extended by up to 18 months in Germany (if graduated in Germany) for the purpose of looking for a job that corresponds to their qualification. If they find a suitable job within this period, they can choose whether they want to apply for a German residence permit or an EU Blue Card (only if graduated in Germany).
For graduates in Germany: EU Blue Card
Skilled professionals are in very high demand, which creates enormous career opportunities for you: Eager to attract immigrants to the country to offset a shortage of skilled labour due to demographic changes, the German government has introduced the EU Blue Card. It is targeted at well-educated immigrants: It grants the right to work and live in Germany*.
Thanks to the introduction of the EU Blue Card in Germany, the permanent immigration of highly educated skilled employees is made very easy. EU Blue Card holders are entitled to work in 25 Schengen countries and are eligible to apply for permanent resident status in Germany. As early as two years after receiving your German or EU Blue Card residence permit, you can apply for a permanent residence permit – that is, a residence permit without a time limit.
Our Study Programmes
•• International Aviation Management
•• International Event Management
•• International Hospitality Management
•• International Management
•• International Marketing Management
•• International Tourism Management
•• International Management:
•• Big Data Management ·
•• Finance & Accounting
•• Health Care
•• Human Resources
•• IT Management
•• Engineering Project Management
•• Transport & Logistics Management
Language: All programmes taught in English
2 Intakes: March/April & September/October
• On Campus
• Smart Entry: start online, continue on campus
Stay-back option (non-EU students):
• 18 months for both Bachelor's and Master's graduates
Recognition & accreditation
• CHE Ranking 2017: Top results in the categories "Overall Study Conditions" (grade1.6) and "International Orientation" (10/11)
• Bad honnef/Bonn