18 DĂ©cembre 2023

Bachelor Program – Webinar

👉 The IUM Bachelor’s degree program is an undergraduate program that attracts highly skilled and talented students worldwide who recently graduated from high school.
👉 The three-year Bachelor in Business Administration is entirely taught in English. The third year focuses on a specialization to deepen the student’s knowledge in more specific sectors: Luxury, International Finance, or Sports and Event Management.
👉 Students are exposed to a rewarding and challenging learning experience. During the business administration course, they acquire critical and strategic thinking skills and learn how to master various business methods. IUM’s pedagogical approach is based on experiential learning, requiring students’ active participation in business events, company projects, business plan competitions, and continuous interactions with IUM’s business partners.
👉 The program is also well known for its versatile international student body and the numerous opportunities for studying abroad: international business internships, business courses, and other academic programs allow them to acquire a unique experience and start international careers.

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International University of Monaco

L’International University of Monaco (IUM) est une école de commerce anglophone dédiée à la formation de futurs cadres et dirigeants originaires du monde entier dans des domaines d’activités à forte valeur ajoutée.

 

Elle offre des formations Bachelors, Masters, MBA et DBA dans des secteurs emblématiques de la Principauté : le luxe, la finance, le management international et le management du Sport.

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