10 REASONS WHY IUM IS INTERNATIONAL, NOT JUST IN ITS NAME!
Internationalism is our DNA! IUM encourages interactions and exchanges among students from around the world. Students represent over 70 nationalities. Faculty & staff hail from 40 different countries. All programs are taught in English, IUMworking language. Projects, case studies, and examplesillustrate business situations from differentparts of the world. In 2019-2020, IUM students carried out theirinternship…Lire la suite
My Entrepreneurial Journey
Anastasiia Rogozina (Terenteva) graduated with her MSc in Luxury Management Program, Hospitality Management specialization in 2017. After an internship in The Metropole Hotel (Monte-Carlo), she went back to St. Petersburg where she has launched a business travel agency, Astra Terra.Lire la suite
WHAT IS EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
At IUM, students can apply their academic learning outside of their day-to-day learning environment in a real business context. The experiential learning approach characterizes the entire curriculum, emphasizing applications, real-world examples, and case studies. This approach offers students the opportunity to work on concrete, topical challenges given to them by companies and be actively involved with relevant company executives in strategic decision-making and recommendations, usually during business competitions, internships, team-based projects, study trips organized within the program.Lire la suite
The Monaco Ocean Protection Challenge 2021
The theme for 2021 was: “When Circular Economy Saves the Ocean”! Despite the particular context of this year 2021, the competition managed to gather 37 teams from different countries (IK, Ireland, Italy, France) and representing all types of schools (schools of communication, business, engineering…). And the Winners Are… The six finalists (three of the teams…Lire la suite
ERA OF LUXTAINABLE – A WRAP UP
The First Edition of the Sustainable Luxury Conference took place on May 17th, 2021. The conference topic was “The era of Luxtainable,” and four guest speakers shared their perspectives and thoughts on this topic. Rossella Ravagli A pioneer in CSR and professional career trainer for CEOs, managers, and stakeholders, Rossella started the conference by sharing her thoughts…Lire la suite
The Mark Challenge 2021
The Mark Challenge is delighted to announce the winners of the 8th edition. After the Grand Finale 2020 was held fully online due to the pandemic, we were glad to organize a blended Event broadcasted on May 19th from the Monaco Yacht Club. On February 23rd, 117 teams from 44 international Universities and Business Schools…Lire la suite
Entrepreneurship is second nature for IUM students!
A Capstone Project turns into a Start-up Company! Friends since the start of their university career back in 2016, Vadim Evseev, Kresimir Miljak, Maurits Spaan, and Artem Zhigarev, have taken upon themselves to redefine the restaurant industry in Monaco. Since the completion of their bachelor’s degrees, the four entrepreneurs decided to take various career paths, Maurits started a private…Lire la suite
What to do after a Bachelor program?
Should I apply for a Master’s program? The current worldwide situation has deepened the need for young graduates to get a higher education and broaden their competencies in preference before entering the professional life for good. This context affects all industries, and finding suitable employment will be more and more challenging, as the opportunities will…Lire la suite
Parley Partners with The Mark Challenge
The Mark Challenge team is glad to announce a partnership with Parley for the oceans. Parley is the space where creators, thinkers, and leaders come together to raise awareness for the beauty and fragility of our oceans and collaborate on projects that can end their destruction. Parley for the Oceans will award the best sustainable project…Lire la suite
She founded her Private Aviation Brokerage
Meet with Noémie Goris, MSc in Luxury Management 2020. After graduating from her MSc in Luxury Management program, Noémie has started her career in the Yachting industry, working for a leading shipyard in Germany. A couple of months later, she moved on to the private jet industry, first working as a broker and an airline. Now she…Lire la suite
Students attended the EFMD Global Virtual Fairs
IUM took part in the EFMD Global Virtual Fairs by Highered, as part of an exclusive network of top schools across the globe. The virtual fairs replicate a sophisticated job fair simulation environment that enables students to have real-time interaction, including one-to-one live chat with recruiters from leading companies and organizations, as well as video chat when enabled…Lire la suite
From Norway to Monaco
Meet with Sander Saxegaard Helseth, current Norwegian MSc in Finance student. Before joining IUM, Sander graduated from BI Norwegian Business School and worked part-time for three years at Svea Norge, a financial company group with operations in several European countries. Why did you choose to study abroad? Finance is an international industry, and I believe it’s helpful…Lire la suite