The International Graduate Center (IGC) was founded by the University of Applied Sciences Bremen as an interdisciplinary Graduate School for Management and Leadership.
For applicants with a first university degree the International Graduate Center offers several MBA and master degrees in the area of international and European business and management. With six full-time and three part-time master programs the IGC has among the largest range of international master and MBA courses of all graduate schools in Germany.
Studying at the IGC will open up new career opportunities for you! We wish you good luck and all the best for taking the next step in your career!
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At the beginning of your stay abroad there are a lot of things you need to figure out. But no panic, the ISA Office (international student assistance) is happy to help you if there are any problems or questions. Here you can find support and advisory service, this includes:
The ISA Office offers its support when you are looking for a flat or a room. From experience we can say that the housing market is especially tense at the beginning of each semester.
Therefore we recommend to start with the accommodation matter as soon as possible. After having received the admission letter, the ISA will support you with information and contact details of several private and commercial landlords in Bremen.
The historic building, standing under monument protection, is situated in an ideal location – not only because the bus and tram station (“Hochschule Bremen“) is directly in front of the building, but also because it is just a short walk away from the Neustadtswall campus with all central buildings including the canteen of the Bremen University of Applied Sciences. In fact, the M building, which contains the university’s library, is located immediately opposite the new IGC campus in Langemarckstraße.
ISA is the International Students Association hired by Hochschule Bremen and is responsible for taking full care of the international students enrolled in different Master programs.
As a Graduate School of a German State University they regularly have the curricula accredited by an external accreditation agency (ZEvA, AQAS) which are part of the European Network of Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA). The University of North Carolina, Wilmington is an accredited member of AACSB International.
Studying abroad has has been very informative for me.Not only in my academic life but also social life.The differences in our education systems posed a lot of difficulties for me and many times i was depressed that I was not going to make it.I spent hours reading and informing myself on different topics. I put myself out there so that I could have a life aside from school...
The campus area is great. Students can reach the buildings easily by the public transportation. The programs provided are divers and help the students completing and gaining more experiences during the study. Of course, as a foreign student, the lecturers are so helpful by explaining in both languages (english and german).
The campus size could have been much bigger which would call for more buildings within the same campus and the sports complex too. The study experience is amazing. All the lectures were accompanied by demonstrations and lab work which made it easy to assimilate what's being taught.