The IUBH in Bad Honnef was founded in 1998.
Our Career Offices in Bad Honnef and Berlin support you with your search for internships, with job placement issues, and keep in touch with companies that work in areas related to our degree programmes.
We organise informational events and company presentations on campus, carry out applicant training and interview coaching, coordinate internships and job offers, examine application documents and offer you personal advice.
he International Office is the first point of contact, both inbound and outbound, for all matters related to our international partner university network.
We seek to assist outbound IUBH students by informing about options and requirements for studies abroad and are also closely involved in guiding and welcoming inbound international and exchange students.
The library catalogue is available on-campus and also off-campus, and offers access to extensive research databases.
On our campuses, students can access the university's Intranet as well as the Internet through WLAN. The library catalogue is available on-campus and also off-campus, and offers access to extensive research databases.
We attach great importance to offering our students first-class degree programmes in terms of content and organisation. And as our awards, accreditations and certifications show - we are succesful.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
A good place to study about Management studies in IUBH
overall study and the university environment is good but fee is very expensive.
I expected so much out of my University experience, maybe that also ruined it a bit for me. I had a lot of fun at times, don't get me wrong.However, I also felt alone and frustrated, something I had never felt before. Perhaps it had to do with the fact that I was away from my family and old friends, in a completely new country. But I think I would place most of the blame...