The idea of bringing together IUBH graduates on an ‘Alumni Council’ came about during the online Alumni Ideas workshop in November 2018, and finally came into practice in July 2019. Since then, ten graduates…Read more
IUBH Campus Studies
IUBH Campus Studies offers on-campus bachelor’s, master’s and MBA programmes as well as a blended learning model which includes an online component.
Internationality is at the centre of our mission: all courses are taught in English and the curriculum is geared to the demands of a professional career in an international environment. At our campuses in Bad Honnef, Bad Reichenhall and Berlin students and professors from over 110 countries learn and teach together in small groups and a friendly atmosphere.
Students who want to spend part of their time studying abroad benefit from our extensive worldwide network of partner universities. In addition to that, it is possible to do an internship abroad as part of the degree programme.
Diverse range of degree programmes with a focus on management
Are you interested? Our bachelor’s, master’s and MBA programmes cover the areas of hospitality, tourism & events, healthcare, transport & logistics, IT & engineering, business & management as well as human resources.
The shift online for IUBH Campus Studies students has been a necessary but not always easy measure. With the help of their lecturer, Dieter Jäger (Dipl.-Oec.), two Bachelor’s undertook to make the transition smoother…Read more
Born and raised in Vietnam, Mai Duc Nguyen is a Bachelor’s graduate in International Marketing Management from IUBH. He will shortly be taking up a new role at Facebook in its Dublin, Ireland office….Read more
Rüdiger Muermann studied Tourism Management at IUBH in Bad Honnef, and completed a year abroad at Victoria University in Australia. Later, he found that this international experience helped him significantly in his professional career….Read more
As part of a research project, students from the Social Work programme investigated the living conditions of homeless people in Frankfurt. Together with their research partner, the Franziskustreff charitable foundation, they presented their findings…Read more