Students of the International Graduate Center are at home anywhere in the world. The IGC is committed to internationality which is promoted at all levels. Today, the IGC is among the leading graduate schools in Germany, with around 200 students from more than 40 nations.
The IGC’s international flair is the base for an intercultural exchange of experiences. This provides students with intercultural skills alongside the professional knowledge and knowledge of methods they gain from their studies. In addition to its international student body from around the world, half of the IGC’s lecturers come from partner universities and international businesses. In their seminars, the guest lecturers make an important contribution to the intercultural skills of the students and thus emphasise IGC’s international network.
Quality and innovation through world-wide cooperation with partner universities.
Furthermore, IGC is part of the International Business School Alliance (IBSA). The International MBA is a joint course offered within this network. Six partner universities in the USA, Great Britain, Spain, France, Russia, Germany and Malaysia pool their core skills in postgraduate studies, allowing the students to profit from the quality and international direction of the curriculum. This innovative study concept (whose graduates receive a double-Masters degree, or dual degree, within a year) prepares the students to be able to independently move into as-yet unknown territory. The IGC encourages students´ intercultural know-how in a completely new way – this know-how has become a key management qualification in our globalised world.
Our worldwide network
The International Graduate Center’s partnership network consists of 33 universities and universities of applied sciences in 21 countries. The University of Applied Sciences Bremen has 325 partners in 70 countries. Furthermore, the International Graduate Center is part of the International Business School Alliance (IBSA), which offers a joint Masters programmes with dual-qualifications.
Glasgow Caledonian University (Schottland), Leeds Metropolitan University (England), Sheffield Hallam University (England), Letterkenny Institute of Technology (Irland), Novancia Business School, Paris (Frankreich), L'École de Management de Normandie (Frankreich), University of Ljubljana (Slowenien), University of Latvia, Riga (Lettland), University of Gdansk (Polen), Südböhmische Universität České Budějovice (Tschechische Republik), Metropolitan University of Prague (Tschechische Republik), The Hanze University, Groningen (Niederlande), Universitat de València (Spanien), Institute of Business Studies Moscow (Russland)
University of North Carolina, Wilmington (North Carolina, USA), Autonomous University of Tamaulipas (Mexiko), Universidad Anáhuac Cancún (Mexiko), Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (Mexiko)
Espol University (Ecuador)
Udayana University (Indonesien), University of Rajasthan, Jaipur (Indien), IIT Madras (Indien), Manipal University, Manipal (Indien), Sichuan University, Chengdu (China), Capital Normal University, Peking (China), East China Normal University, Shanghai (China), Meiji University, Tokyo (Japan), Nanzan University, Nagoya (Japan), Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto (Japan), Sophia University, Tokyo (Japan), Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Victoria University, Melbourne (Australien)