International University in Geneva
The International University in Geneva (IUG) -- founded in 1997 -- is a private business school is in Geneva, Switzerland.The business school is at the International Centre Cointrin,near to Geneva Airport, the United Nations Office at Geneva and the Palexpo Convention Centre.
Founded with the aim of providing a multicultural education, the IUG has the status of a not-for-profit Swiss Private Foundation.Its first president was David Williamson (former president of DuPont). IUG has 270 students.
The International University in Geneva offers undergraduate and graduate programs in several disciplines, including international relations, media and communications, computer science, business administration, international management, and international trade. The business school offers joint degrees at the Bachelor level with Plymouth University, UK. A Doctorate in Business Administration and Public Administration jointly offered with Plymouth University is also available.
The International University in Geneva is neither accredited by the Swiss OAQ,nor it is a Swiss university