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Unleash your talents during your studies in Bad Honnef. The IU campus in Bad Honnef is surrounded by greenery on the historic St. Anno grounds, a park in the centre of the city. 100% international and diverse, you will study with students, professors and lecturers from over 110 nations. At the same time, you will find everything you need to succeed in your studies: seminar rooms with modern equipment, free Wi-Fi and library rooms with a database for online research, as well as a wide range of restaurants and leisure facilities. You can even live directly on campus - either in an apartment building or in a shared student flat.
Your way to campusMülheimer Str. 38, 53604 Bad Honnef
Why Bad Honnef?
Live like in France in the "Rhenish Nice" - a mild climate, an idyllic city centre and proximity to the metropolises of Cologne and Bonn make the IU campus in Bad Honnef particularly attractive. While studying in Bad Honnef, let your mind wander, get to know new cultures and immerse yourself in its multicultural nightlife. The various events at the International University of Applied Sciences in Bad Honnef ensure that you have the perfect mix of leisure and study during your life on campus. Study in Bad Honnef - whether for a Bachelor's or Master's degree, you're guaranteed to find what you're looking for here. In addition, every interest is covered at this location: popular degree programmes such as Business Administration, Computer Science or Tourism Management can be found in the programme at the IU International University of Applied Sciences in Bad Honnef.
At the campus on the historic St. Anno grounds, togetherness is writ large. In addition to numerous leisure activities, IU offers a wide range of events, such as sporting events, parties and event evenings. So an exciting campus life is guaranteed.
“The weekly change at IU appealed to me in contrast to the three-monthly rhythm because then there is no rut and you can also build up a life in a city.“
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