Glad News : IUBH University of Applied Sciences- New campus in Munich
Kick-start your Career in Munich New! New European College & IUBH
Powered by one of Germany’s leading private universities, IUBH, New European College offers Bachelor's, Master's and MBA programmes in International Management & Business in Munich – fully taught in English.
NEC combines the virtues of a German state accredited university with the modern American model of small classes and real-world academics.
Third largest city in Germany and one of the top 10 most livable cities in the world, the Bavarian capital is famous for a rich diversity of cultural and recreational activities, not to mention world's biggest beer festival: Oktoberfest.
Its large variety of industries and low unemployment rate offers ideal conditions for launching a successful career. The NEC campus in Munich is located in the southern part of the city on the west bank of the river Isar, easily accessible by public transportation.
The MBA run by EAE Business School has been named as one of the top 150 programs in the world by the QS Ranking. This means that the MBA has climbed 50 places in the ranking compared to the previous edition. In the European classification, EAE’s MBA ranks among the top 50, climbing to 47th place. QS emphasized the return on investment of EAE’s MBA and the multicultural profile of the program’s students.
Moreover, for the first time, the Masters in Big Data and Marketing Management have been ranked among the top 55 in the world by QS, joining the Master in Project Management and the Master in Stock and Financial Markets, which were also ranked among the best in the previous edition. With respect to these Masters, QS also highlighted the diversity and the return on the students’ investment.
What does studying in Europe offer you?
Here are 9 good reasons to choose Europe for your higher education:
1. Practiccal Learning
Want to get rid of theoritical learning? Then you are at right place.. Europe provides 70% practical education.
2. Reach your full potential
World-leading universities, top facilities, inspirational teaching... in Europe, you’re at the centre of an international community with a passion for learning. What makes European universities so strong is the emphasis on creativity, innovation and support - helping you to reach your true potential.
3. Be the best
Are you an ambitious researcher looking to boost your career? Europe offers you great opportunities. There were 1.58 million full time equivalent researchers in the EU-27 in 2009. Over the next decade, the European Union is actively looking to attract an additional 1 million researchers! Find out more about research jobs, funding and opportunities in Europe.
4. Support and friendship
Europe is a welcoming, friendly place for students from all around the world. Europe’s universities and colleges offer support and social activities to help you feel at home and happy. Europe is also a great place to live... 7 of the world's 10 happiest countries
5. Have a unique adventure
Studying in Europe is not just about lectures and libraries, it is also a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover new countries… and to discover yourself too! From the snowy north to the sun-soaked south, across Europe you will find breath-takingly beautiful landscapes, buzzing cities and vibrant cultures waiting for you.
6. Scholarships and costs
European countries invest in their higher education systems to help make education affordable for students, whilst maintaining high quality standards. Across Europe, tuition fees and living costs compare very well to other study destinations… in fact, in some European countries, study programmes are free of charge! There are lots of scholarships and financial support options available too.
7. Study the way you want
The beauty of Europe is that it offers so much choice. With world-class universities, higher education institutions and research institutes, offering 100,000s of Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD/Doctoral programmes, plus short-term study opportunities, you can choose the experience that suits you.
There are 24 official languages in the European Union… but did you know that most countries across Europe offer study programmes in English too? You’ll also find programmes taught in other leading global business languages such as Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic and more.
9. Shape your future
Want to get ahead in your career? Many employers worldwide actively seek or value an international study experience when recruiting. By studying here, you will gain the skills, knowledge and experience that employers value. With strong international business, creative and research sectors, Europe is a great place to build your career.
Foreign students in Germany: why they come and if they plan to stay
The survey by online site Studying-in-Germany of over 4,000 prospective students to Germany found that the decision to seek higher education in Deutschland most often comes down to money.
35.3 percent of respondents said that they came to Germany for the low-to-no cost of studying at Germany’s universities, as opposed to spending thousands of dollars in their home country.
Thinking of studying in ‘Schland but don’t know where to start? Dreaming of a Teutonic research trip but not sure of the options? Don’t worry, The Local has done the leg work for you. Check out our list of Germany’s top exchanges, scholarships, fellowships and other career-boosting opportunities.
The popularity of LSMU is drastically increasing among Indian students
Assoc. Prof. Aurelija Blaževi?ien?, head of the department of Nursing and Care; Milda Mankelevi?ien?, international programme coordinator; and Jevgenij Razgulin, psychologist of the international students; were visiting Chennai and Kochi, India, from 18 to 24 July. During this visit, the LSMU representatives arranged four entrance examination sessions for Indian applicants. A total of 39 applicants sat the test of biology and chemistry and had interviews with the LSMU representatives. Of them, 34 applicants were invited to study at LSMU: 11, Nursing; 18, Master of Advanced Nursing Practice; 1, General Medicine; 2, Pharmacy; 1, Veterinary Medicine; and 1, Odontology.
Presentation about LSMU and its study programmes, international students’ support services, Kaunas and Lithuania were given for the audience as well. Assoc. Prof. Aurelija Blaževi?ien? also presented detailed information about the Nursing and Advanced Nursing Practice study programmes at LSMU. The LSMU representatives answered questions about the academic and practical students’ life at the University. Further cooperation between LSMU and the Europe Study Centre, and new study programmes in English were discussed during the meetings with Mr. Abdul Razak, the head of this biggest student’s recruitment agency in India and Middle East and with members of his team.
This visit to India was very successful as Nursing and Advanced Nursing Practice programmes will be provided in the English language at LSMU for the first time in the history of the University. Also, after the successful campaign in India, the expected numbers of the Indian students at LSMU should increase twice in the next academic year and greater numbers of Indian students are expected to join different new study programmes at LSMU in the future.
KTUs Informatics Engineering Study Programme Awarded the Euro-Inf Quality Lab
The international committee of experts has awarded the Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) Informatics Engineering study programme the Euro-Inf Quality Label. In their report the experts, who audited the programme this spring, underlined the exceptionally high qualifications of the teachers and the excellent study infrastructure.
António Costa announces simplification of visas for young people, scientists and entrepreneurs who want to go to India and Indians who want to come to Portugal.
Prime Minister António Costa announced today that during his state visit to India, agreements will be signed to simplify entrance visas for young students, members of the scientific and business communities of the two countries.
This agreement was put forward by António Costa before starting next Saturday a six-day state visit to India, starting in Delhi, passing through Bangalore, ending in Goa, former Portuguese colony and homeland of the prime minister's father , Orlando Costa.
He said this in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Miroslav Laj?ák, who on behalf of the Slovak Government concludes, inter alia, the commitment, the government provides scholarships for more than 500 people who had to flee their homeland.