Study Locations

Discover at which IU International University locations you can study your myStudies.


As Germany's largest state-recognised and accredited private university, we are very familiar with virtual forms of study and innovative study models. IU International University's myStudium combines campus life with great flexibility.

You can choose whether you want to study in person at one of our locations or study one of our German-language degree programmes 100% online via the virtual campus. Discover now at which IU locations you can complete your myStudium and find out how studying via the virtual campus works.

This is how the Virtual Campus works

For maximum freedom and the greatest possible flexibility, you can study German programmes 100% online if you wish. In our virtual classroom, you can follow lectures via Zoom video conferencing in a live stream, take part in interactive seminars and take oral exams completely digitally.  

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We are moving

From 01st March the virtual campus of the part-time studies programme is part of the IU distance learning programme and then takes place in this new environment. Nothing else will change for you: You will also benefit from interactive courses via video chat, smart online teaching and the exchange with lecturers and students.

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