International University of Monaco
A Unique Learning and Networking Experience
The International University of Monaco is a private business school recognised and certified by the Government of Monaco. IUM offers students a thorough Business education in English in a highly diverse cultural environment. IUM proposes graduate degrees in Business Administration, Finance, Luxury Management, Marketing, Sport Business Management and International Management.
Among the Top 100 MBA in the World (The Economist) and AMBA accredited
IUM's MBA is ranked in the top 100 Programmes in the World. In addition to its strong international environment, IUM offers small class-sizes and individualised attention in one of the safest States in the world. IUM's Graduates occupy leading management positions all around the world, and a degree from IUM is a passport to valuable contacts worldwide.
Type of Course: Residential or Online MBA
Starting Dates: September
Application Deadlines: July
Ratio of applicants to places: 3 applicants for 1 place
Length of Work Experience: Minimum 3 years of professional experience
Entry requirements: Bachelor's degree, 3 years of work experience, English proficiency
Documents required: Motivation letter, CV (resume), 1 letter of recommendation, University transcripts and diploma (optional: GMAT or GRE score). The applicant will also be evaluated through a personal interview.
Application fees: EUR 60
Enrollment fees: EUR 1,950
Tuition: EUR 37,500
Living costs: EUR 1000-1,500 per month
25 students per year representing 17 nationalities
51% female and 49% male
Average age: 35
The application consists in an application file and an interview with the program director. The application file consists in:
. Motivation letter
. Photocopy of your passport or ID card (if EU citizen)
. One passport-size photo
. An updated Resume
. One letter of recommendation from professors and/or employers who have observed the student performance in an academic and/or professional context.
The letter of recommendation must be in English or in French, if not, official translation is required
. University transcript(s) and diploma(s), with official translation to English or French when necessary
. Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, ELTS or Cambridge) (not compulsory)