The International University in Geneva (IUG), was established in 1997, as a private business school which was a not-for-profit Swiss foundation of higher education in Geneva, Switzerland. Its aim was to provide a multicultural education and it had a status of a not-for-profit Swiss Private Foundation. It started with the mission of providing highest quality education for student’s success in business and related careers.
The university was ranked as an excellent business school in 2016, amongst the 1000 best schools in the world and based on international influence and recognition the eighth best school in Switzerland, The International University of Geneva counts about 270 students in different graduate programs like Business Administration, International Business, Media and Communication, International Trade, International Relations and Diplomacy and Sales and Marketing.
The International University in Geneva offers an undergraduate and graduate programs such as bachelor's and master's degrees in several disciplines, including international relations, media and communications, computer science, business administration, international business, and international trade A Doctorate in Business Administration and Public Administration jointly offered with Plymouth University is also available.