IUGB is committed to providing academic excellence and opportunity for all students seeking a US-modeled undergraduate degree.
The School of Business and Social Sciences (BSS) provides high quality education in business, information systems and political science. IUGB’s STEM school is a response to high demand for graduates in scientific and technology areas in the West African region.
IUGB offers a University Preparatory Program (UPP) to students needing additional training in Math and/or English in order to be admitted to an undergraduate degree program. We offer this program so our students can achieve success when taking the TOEFL and SAT exam or its equivalent.
Building a Community of Achievers
34 students on the President’s List
46 students on Deans’ Lists
37 students with High Honors
Attracting Dedicated and Quality Faculty
80 total faculty members
38 total faculty members with a PhD
15 female faculty members
4 female faculty members with a PhD
TCHIMOU Okochi Landry Fabrice, IUGB Class of 2018 says:
All this wouldn’t have been possible if it wasn’t for IUGB. I express all my gratitude to IUGB and specifically to the faculty and staff of the School of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for their invaluable assistance.”
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Dr. Jean G. TOMPIHE is Assistant Professor in the School of Business and Social Sciences at the International University of Grand Bassam (IUGB). His ongoing research agenda explores: Which Way Africa by 2050: the next Economic Eldorado or the Island of Chaos and...
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Both full-time and part-time faculty took part in the usual start of the semester orientation, organized a week before the start of Fall semester classes. This important event features workshops, information sessions and opportunities for faculty to present their...