IUGB offers a safe and enjoyable academic and social environment for personal and professional success for all of our students.
IUGB offers academic and social support unlike any other institution in Côte d’Ivoire. In addition to academic advising and other resources, we have a health office and professionals on hand to help with our students’ physical and emotional needs. Its main purpose is to create co-curricular activities and recreational opportunities for the students. We aim to enhance the personal and professional growth of the students and complement their academic life.
Where are we from?
IUGB Students come from a variety of countries, including Nigeria, Togo, Benin, Morocco, Ghana, Kenya and the USA.
students in 2017
Adjoba Marie Emilienne ADIKO, IUGB Class of 2018 says:
During my time at IUGB, I stood out by becoming President of the Political Science club and being responsible for academic affairs with the Student Government Association. I designed programs to get students interested in political activism and academic activities. I won a Leadership Prize at the spring 2015 student Gala night.”
THE LATEST FROM IUGB
Master Class Conducted by Mrs. Nabou FALL, CEO of VIZEO, for Graduating Students on Soft Skills, Leadership and Career Development
On Thursday, June 13, 2019, IUGB was hosted the Master Class offered by Mrs. Nabou FALL, CEO of VIZEO in the Meeting Room of the Grand Bassam campus. The training aimed at enhancing students’ interpersonal skills and, thus, contribute to their success in both...
On June 12, faculty from the University Preparatory Program (UPP) visited the site of Education and English for You (EEFY) in the Anono neighborhood of Abidjan. UPP faculty members Julie Reimer, Brione LaThrop, Mohamed Lekrama and Rodrigo Islas spoke and sang young...
Any great outcome involves intense teamwork, problem-solving and countless tweaks to the finished product. Speaking on behalf of those at IUGB and of all of us at the IUGB Foundation we are here to say that upgrading our respective websites is certainly no...