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International University of Monaco

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The International University of Monaco (IUM) is located on the western edge of the Principality of Monaco, next to the Port of Fontvieille, the Monaco Heliport and the Princess Grace Rose Garden. The principality's only university, it enjoys a scenic spot on the French Riviera steps away from the Mediterranean Sea. Founded in 1986, IUM offers various undergraduate and graduate degrees in business that range in length from 10 months to 4 years. Students can opt for specializations in: Finance, Luxury, Marketing, Sport Business Management and International Management. All business programs are taught in English and the school is housed in a section of the principality's Stade Louis II. Related internships are actively encouraged and the school maintains an active alumni network throughout Europe, North America and Asia.

The International University of Monaco is an institution that dedicates itself to "educating business leaders through programs based on a global focus, entrepreneurial spirit and a humanistic approach." The school enjoys the support of the Monegasque royal family with Prince Albert II sometimes lending his assistance to the year-end graduating ceremonies. Past ceremonies have been held at the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo, as well as the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. In addition, a range of scholarships exist to help qualifying students with their tuition fees. The school was originally known as the University of Southern Europe before updating its name in 2002 to better reflect both its ideology and location in Fontvieille, Monaco.

According to their literature, the learning process at IUM is based on a highly demanding and rigorous approach, as well as listening and active learning participation.

Students are encouraged to go beyond the theories and data taught in the lecture hall by using skills learned in real world situations. The school maintains a number of international memberships including: the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), and the European Council of International Schools (ECIS). The MBA programs at the university are accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), while summer courses are available as well. IUM bills itself as a "unique multicultural community of students," as its current student body and alumni represents more than seventy-five nationalities. This relatively unique environment promotes a versatile business education. Located in Monaco, one of the world's leading business centers, IUM provides students with unique networking opportunities. Students benefit from the school's role in the Monegasque community and often get the chance to participate in various extra-curricular local events. Full-time and visiting faculty, representing a number of different nationalities, are testament to the cosmopolitan makeup of the school.
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COA Sophia-Antipolis

Sophia-Antipolis

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Institut Eurécom • EURECOM

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EURECOM is a French graduate school and a research center in communication systems based in the international science park of Sophia Antipolis within the new Campus SophiaTech, which brings together renowned universities such as TELECOM ParisTech and other European Universities such as the Polytechnic University of Turin, Aalto University (formerly Helsinki University of Technology), Munich University of Technology and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

In 2012, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City became seventh member and also the first from outside Europe.

EURECOM benefits from a strong interaction with the industry through its specific administrative structure: Economic Interest Group (kind of consortium), which brings together international companies such as: Swisscom, SFR, Orange, ST Microelectronics, BMW Group Research & Technology, Symantec, Monaco Telecom, SAP, IABG. The Principality of Monaco is a new institutional member which joined the consortium at the beginning of 2013. Thanks to its strong ties set up with the industry, EURECOM was awarded the "Institut Carnot" label jointly with the Institut Telecom right from 2006. The Carnot Label was designed to develop and professionalize cooperative research. It encourages the realization of research projects in public research centers that work together with socioeconomic actors, especially companies.

EURECOM has an international orientation in the recruitment of professors and students from many different countries, with its European programs and lectures held in English.

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