IU International University of Applied Sciences
Official Webiste: https://www.iu.org/my-university/on-campus/berlin/
IU International University of Applied Sciences (German: IU Internationale Hochschule) is a private, state-recognized University of Applied Sciences based in Erfurt, Germany. It offers campus-based in-person, distance and blended-learning programs in German and English. With over 85,000+ enrolled students, IU is the largest state-accredited university in Germany as of the summer semester of 2021.
IU was founded in 1998 as the International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef / Bonn (IFH), and its first intake took place in the winter semester of 2000/2001 with 23 students. In October 2017, it was renamed to IUBH International University of Applied Sciences. In March 2021, another renaming took place to IU International University of Applied Sciences. In 2019, the registered office of the university was moved to Erfurt.
The university has been state-recognized since 1999 and accredited by the German Science and Humanities Council in 2009 and 2021.The study programs as well as the university's internal quality management ("system accreditation") are additionally accredited by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA) on behalf of the German Accreditation Council. The university's governing bodies are the rectorate, the senate, and an advisory board to represent the professional interests of the departments and companies.
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