The International University of Monaco is set to move from its cramped premises at the Stade Louis II to a new 3,000 m2 space opposite the train station.
Founded in 1986, the International University of Monaco (IUM) boasts a strong multicultural environment, welcoming around 600 students from 75 different nationalities. The faculty is also very international.
The current premises is situated in the Louis II Stadium, but come the end of July, the transition to its new premises will begin. At 3,000 m2, the new building will be 25% larger. It was built and is managed by the Monegasque State.
The IUM offers undergraduate and graduate degrees, specialising in finance, luxury, international management, marketing and sports management. The latter belongs to the INSEEC U group, a private institution comprising 16 grandes écoles and specialised schools in management, engineering sciences, communication and political science.
According to figures, between 15% and 20% of students who leave the Monegasque university become entrepreneurs.
Training courses at IUM cost between 12,000€ per year for a Bachelor’s Degree, 16,000€ to 22,000€ for a Master’s Degree and 35,000€ for an MBA.
The new premises will be open in September 2019.