International Graduate Center (IGC) is part of the Hochschule Bremen City University of Applied Sciences, a German state university that enjoys a tradition of more than 100 years. Located in the heart of the Hanseatic City of Bremen, IGC is right next to all the city’s historical sights.
For applicants with a first university degree, IGC offers a wide range of full-time MBA and Master programs in the area of international and European business and management. All full-time courses are taught entirely in English and prepare students for their future leadership tasks.
Many of IGC´s lecturers come from the management of top companies in Europe and provide students with an insight into different companies and fields of business. In addition, IGC is part of the International Business School Alliance (IBSA) with six partner universities (located in the US, UK, Spain, France, Russia and Germany). Together they offer a unique dual degree master’s program.
As a graduate school of a German state university, IGC education standards are also governed by the German Framework Act for Higher Education with quality assurance through the Accreditation Council.
Furthermore, IGC is distinguished by its friendly-welcoming atmosphere. IGC´s International Student Assistance (ISA) helps prospective students to find accommodation, provides support with visa application, clarifies insurance queries and gives advice for dealing with authorities both at home and abroad.
All these aspects make IGC the successful establishment and brand it is today. Please, feel free to contact IGC if you need further information by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website https://www.graduatecenter.org/en/mba-master.html.
Professor Mukherjees Statement about Coronacrisis
No one knows for sure the legacy that the COVID-19 crisis will leave us, what we do know is that without science, research and international cooperation, we will not overcome this crisis.
This is why DAAD President Prof. Dr. Mukherjee explains that the academic and scientific exchange will be even more important in the future.