Center of competence for the service industry
Post Study work option for IUBH graduates
The International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef · Bonn (IUBH) is one of Germany's leading private universities. We prepare students for international careers in service management at two campuses: Bad Honnef and Bad Reichenhall.
Our programmes focus on management. At the bachelor level we offeraviation, event, international, hospitality, als well as tourism management and online marketing. At the master level we provide international management with various specializations as well as transport & logistics management.
IUBH graduates have the right to stay 1,5 years in the EU Schengen countries after graduation - and the right to permanent residency, after they have found an adequate job. Combined with IUBH´s high reputation in the corporate world, this is your entry for an exceptional international career.
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Why study at IUBH
The International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef · Bonn (IUBH) aims to create the best possible start for your professional career. We create an environment to help you thrive in your studies and beyond.
- Study in English
- Work & residence visa for the EU
- Accomodation guaranteed
- CEO's lectures & career services - where skill meets opportunity
- Personal attention and comprehensive support services
- Practical approach - IUBH teaches success in life
- Courses in the field of growing industries
- Low drop-out rate
- Top quality - multi validation
- First class campus facilities
Take a look at our campus in the IUBH Lipdub:
Campus Bad Honnef
The infrastructure of the Bad Honnef campus is characterised by a state-of-the-art infrastructure: Student dorms, campus WLAN, Career Services, International Office and alumni network advise and support you in your studies and your career planning. In addition we provide a superior campus gastronomy, which adds to the relaxing and comfortable surroundings, as do the leisure activities organised by both the IUBH and the students themselves.