Study, live and make friends - at five locations

For most young people who come to us, the beginning of their studies means the start of a new phase in their lives –
with new, interesting and sometimes also strenuous phases.



The city is home to a number of mulitnational corporations. The perfect place to boost your careeer after your post-graduate studies.




Our Killarney study programme Hotel and Restaurant Management perfectly corresponds to the strong tourism and hospitality focus of the region.

*in the process of gaining accreditation

Multi Campus

One study programme, three cities, countless experiences

In selected master programmes IUBH offers you the chance to switch during your studies between the German and Irish campus locations Dublin, Berlin and Bad Honnef.

Gain priceless experiences abroad You are a full-time student
Expand your network with international contacts Your study programme is offered at your preferred campus location
No additional fees
A switch is possible every semester (at the end of each semester)

For more information please contact our Study Guidance.


IUBH Campus Berlin_CR_IUBH.JPG


Berlin is Germany's hot spot number one: international, intercultural and the leading German city in terms of innovations and start-ups – exactly the right location for you to kick-start your international career with an English Master's Programme. Historical sites, museums, theatres, music bars and trendy clubs make Germany's capital a city full of opportunities.


Bad Honnef

The IUBH Campus of Bad Honnef, what is very close to Bonn, is located in the historic St. Anno Park, a large park in the middle of the town centre. Restored old buildings combined with modern architecture provide the campus with an atmosphere that in itself is an invitation to study.



As home to top national and international companies, the Bavarian capital’s large variety of industries and low unemployment rate offers ideal conditions for launching a successful career. Our campus in Munich is located in the southern part of the city on the west bank of the river Isar. It is easily accessible by public transportation.