Today's global economy rewards people who can cross borders, understand cultures, adapt to and operate in international contexts.
IUM's Bachelor in Business Administration program provides you with an unrivaled, intimate global experience, working alongside peers from more than 75 nationalities, learning from faculty with American, European, and emerging market expertise.
IUM Bachelor program gives you a strong foundation in international business (economics, finance, marketing, communication, mathematics, Information Technology, to name a few) that will grant you a competitive edge when you start your career.
Finally, studying at IUM is an opportunity to take advantage of a stimulating learning atmosphere, and to experience Monaco, and its networking environment.
With a highly international faculty and student body, students acquire a solid disciplinary business foundation with a flexible and interdisciplinary curriculum, allowing them to design and personalize their education without compromising the fundamentals of comprehensive management training.
The students enrolled in this program are exposed to a rewarding and challenging learning experience. During their business administration course, students acquire critical and strategic thinking skills and learn how to master various business methods.
This IUM business training encourages undergraduate students to carry out significant coursework and implement theory into practical cases. Thus, our graduates become valuable knowledgeable specialists on the job market.
IUM Bachelor's program in Business Administration is noted for its versatile international student community and numerous opportunities for business studies abroad. International business internships, business courses and other academic programs allow students to acquire a unique experience and start international careers.
The introduction of important ethical theories and moral traditions covering a broad range of moral dilemmas facing society and the world today. Designed to give each student the opportunity to stimulate his/her moral imagination while wrestling with the problems of applied business ethics, whether personal or professional. Having these theories in mind, the student will then be allowed to discern which theories are likely to subsist in these times of crises…
Organizations – new entrepreneurial ventures, large corporations and nonprofit endeavors – need individuals who can identify problems, develop and implement creative solutions, find new opportunities and markets, and manage in ways that enhance others‟ creativity.This requires employees who think and behave as creative entrepreneurs.
This course will help you understand the importance of entrepreneurial creativity and innovation, teach you to identify opportunities and provide you with techniques for coming up with creative ideas and solutions to problems. You will learn about and assess yourself in order to determine whether you want to become an entrepreneur or an intrapreneur (an entrepreneur working within a corporation).
National income determination, the (Keynesian) multiplier model, money and banking, monetary policy, inflation, unemployment, economic growth, fiscal policy, deficits and government debt, exchange rates and aspects of the international economy.
This course is to analyze and explain how businesses interact with financial markets and financial intermediaries, in the context of a dynamic global macroeconomic and regulatory environment. Several classes will be devoted to the stock market, the government and corporate fixed income markets, the money market and the derivatives market. Among the institutions studied in detail are investment banks, commercial banks, brokers and market makers, investment companies and central banks.
The course will shows how research and concepts in this subject can inform and be applied to broader/strategic marketing issues. This course is designed to introduce current theories in Consumer Research and to help participants applying these theories for market research and decision-making in the area of marketing management. Its goals are to provide conceptual understanding of buyer behavior, to provide experience in the application of buyer behavior concepts to marketing management and social policy decision making, and to develop analytic capability in using behavioral research data and methodology.
Students should develop an understanding of consumer behavior, as well as operational understanding of consumer behavior in an intercultural environment. A special focus will be put on consumer behavior in Europe.
It focuses on basic structures and vocabulary for elementary communication. Students will learn to express themselves in a non native language on an elementary level and operate in everyday life situations predominantly using the present tense.
This course, designed for students without any Chinese learning experience, is devoted to the training of the basic communication skills. It aims to provide beginners with a fast and efficient approach to the general needs of daily communications. The course introduces about 150 characters and some essential topics such as greetings, asking for help, making phone calls, hobbies…The cultural windows invite students to discover this fascinating civilization with thousands of years of history. Through recorded videos, students can revise each lesson outside classes.
Globalization is almost universally predicated as inevitable, necessary, conducive to efficiency and economic well-being and unstoppable. It has become a buzzword for leaders in business and politics alike. This course explores globalization in its various dimensions- economic, political, cultural and so on and enables students to deepen their understanding of the concept and its impact on business, society and the individual.
The International University of Monaco gives you the opportunity to study as an exchange student for one or two terms, and earn credits toward the completion of your undergraduate degree at your home university (see our international partnerships list).
In our unique multi-cultural environment, you will learn side-by-side with students from around the world. We are truly international: over 75 different nationalities are represented (the largest nationality group representing less than 25% of the student body).
Positions offered to our Bachelor of Business Administration graduates in terms of locations and industries:
The global environment is the best part of studying at IUM. There are students from all over the world that you meet and work with every day. This makes it much easier to understand the differences and similarities of different cultures and countries. In addition, the combination of high requirements and demanding but available professors prepares the students for an international and competitive career.
Just do it!… IUM is a great university and I don't regret my choice at all. Nine semesters of University helps you grow as a person! I had my best years in Monaco and I met some of my best friends there.
My BSBA has made the difference in the choice of my employers. Studying in such an international environment is definitely an asset for dealing with customers. I also think I am a quick learner. My good IT skills and time management are also a plus for my employers.
IUM isn't an ordinary university and for that reason the experience is special. The international environment cannot be beaten with all the nationalities in one place. Being exposed to many different cultures is something that cannot be found everywhere.