About International University in Geneva
International University in Geneva (IUG) is a private university founded in 1997 and located in Geneva, Switzerland. It is one of the top nine leading technical universities in Germany (TU9) with highly ranked programs in civil, mechanical, industrial and electrical engineering.
The University of Stuttgart is especially known for its excellent reputation in the fields of advanced automotive engineering, efficient industrial and automated manufacturing, process engineering, aerospace engineering and activity-based costing. The academic tradition of the University of Stuttgart goes back to its probably most famous graduate student: Gottlieb Daimler, the Inventor of the automobile.
Along with the Technical University of Munich, the Technical University of Darmstadt and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, it represents one of the four members of the South German Axis of Advanced Engineering and Management. These four universities, in combination with RWTH Aachen are the top five universities of the aforementioned TU9.
The University is dedicated to:
- provide an education in business, communication, international relations, and trade with a global outlook.
- foster a balance of academic and practical programs through effective learning processes, personalised students services, and a faculty that is devoted to teaching and research excellence.
- offer a dynamic learning environment, promoting diversity and being responsive to the changing needs of the international community.