The International University Bremen (IUB), which was launched in 2001 as Germany's only private institution that offers a broad curriculum of arts, engineering and sciences in the English language, has an enrollment of over 1,000 students from 86 countries and will be renamed Jacob University Bremen.
What does IUB stand for?
IUB stands for International University Bremen (Germany)
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We have 21 other meanings of IUB in our Acronym Attic
- International Union against Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (France)
- If Used, Actual Time Used to Count (ship chartering)
- Intelligent Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles (Worldwide Universities Network; various locations)
- Istituto Universitario Architettura Venezia (Italy)
- Independent Union of All Workers (est. 1933)
- Illini Union Bookstore (University of Illinois)
- Independent University Bangladesh
- Indiana University - Bloomington
- Inter-University Board (India)
- International Union of Biochemistry
- Intrauterine Ball (medical device)
- Iowa Utilities Board
- Islamia University Bahawalpur (Pakistan)
- International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen (Washington, DC)
- International University of Business Agriculture and Technology (Bangladesh)
- International University for the Bio-Environment
- International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Nomenclature Committee
- Inter-University Borrowing Project (Canada)
- International Union of Biological Sciences
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The Swiss Jacobs Foundation, which is active worldwide in education and youth development, has invested 200 million Euro in International University Bremen (IUB).
05 billion by the EIB, with beneficiaries including universities and colleges in Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland, Mecklenburg-Pomerania, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, with dedicated one-institution loans expanding the International University Bremen, the Berlin Academy of Arts, the universities of Heidelberg, Gottingen and Kiel and others.
VOELPEL is a Director of the research group WISE (Wisdom - Innovation - Strategy - Energy) and Professor of Business Administration at the Jacobs Center for Lifelong Learning and Institutional Development, International University Bremen (IUB), Germany.
A portion of the event's proceeds will benefit the International University Bremen, a private, multi-national university located in Germany.
About the Author/Editor Brendan Dooley is Professor at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, International University Bremen, Germany.