International University in Geneva
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|International University in Geneva|
|Latin: studium de rebus vertendis|
|Motto in English||provide the highest quality education for student success in business and related careers|
|Dean||Patrice Anne Nuq|
Founded with the aim of providing a multicutural education, it has the status of a not-for-profit Swiss Private Foundation. Its first president was David Williamson (retired president of DuPont). IUG's mission is to "provide the highest quality education for student success in business and related careers" in "cooperation with the international business community." The International Herald Tribune called IUG one of "the most international of Switzerland's university level institutions".
IUG promotes and encourages cultural diversity, and aims to develop analytical skills and human behavior analysis that serves the needs of future leaders in the professional & political world scenario of 2020. There are 270 students.
International University in Geneva offers an undergraduate and graduate programs such as Bachelor and Master degrees in several disciplines, including International Relations, Media and Communications, Computer Science, Business Administration, International business, International Trade, International Relations.
The International University in Geneva programs are accredited by the ACBSP who is recognized by CHEA, and by IACBE. Accredited programs are the MBA, the master of Media & Communication, the MIB, the master of International Trade, the master of International Relations & Diplomacy as well as bachelor programs in Business Administration, International Relations and Media & Communication.
Faculty members have earned degrees at London Business School, Cranfield, HLS, IMD, INSEAD, Sorbonne, Berkeley, and work at United Nations agencies, NGOs, and other multinational companies.
Guest speakers and honorary doctors for the graduation ceremony have included Adolf Ogi, Queen Noor of Jordan, Sir Peter Alexander Ustinov, Bertrand Piccard, Edward de Bono, Daniel Borel, Albert II, Prince of Monaco, Patrick Odier, Sepp Blatter, Werner Geissler from Procter & Gamble, and former IOC Director General François Carrard.
IUG has developed educational affiliation agreements for study-abroad in Europe including ESIC Madrid in Spain, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences Helsinki in Finland, Institut Supérieur du Commerce Paris in France and Yeditepe University Istanbul in Turkey.
IUG developed educational affiliation agreements for study-abroad in North and South America including Tulane in New Orleans, IUP in Pennsylvania, MIIS in California, UConn in Connecticut, Champlain College in Vermont, Anahuac University in Mexico City, Universidad Externado de Colombia in Colombia and Universidad de San Ignacio de Loyola in Peru.
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