What matters on graduation day when they call your name, and you stride confidently across the stage, is that you walk away with the skills you need to do the job you’ve prepared yourself to do. Theory is great, but being able to apply it is better. You’ll get both at CIBU. But that’s not all.
CIBU offers what others can’t
Ever dreamed of studying abroad, someplace truly exotic, but you don’t have a second language, or the time to fall behind in your major? That’s not a problem here. With campuses across the world and all of our programs taught in English, you can take several semesters abroad, all at different locations, and still earn your BS on time.
Niels Brock/CIBU is truly unique. We are fully accredited, and –unlike most universities in America- we have something a bit exotic to offer. We teach using the Scandinavian model.
What does that mean for business education? It means our professors work together to make sure the course-work in one class aligns well with what you are learning in your other classes. It means our teachers work together –doing their best to make sure that your work load is evenly spread across the term. We know you can’t do your best if every instructor assigns major projects with the same due date.
It’s not just our instructors that exercise team work. Our courses promote entrepreneurship and critical thinking skills through:
Hands-on experiences • Dynamic in-class instruction • Worldwide contacts
Just imagine yourself running your own company one day. Whether it is on the Internet or in person, you’re going to need global connections. Why not start making those connections right now? You can stay put, right here in beautiful San Diego, and study with students from –on average—twenty different countries.
A good business education requires even more . . .
In addition, with our connections to a wide-variety of programs, including Vatel’s Hotel and Tourism Management school, whether you are ready to top-up that AA to a BS, or it’s time to earn a MBA or DBA, Niels Brock/CIBU has a program just for you.
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Don’t be fooled by claims that one university’s accreditation is better than another’s. CIBU is nationally accredited for your protection. For an organization to be recognized by the US Department of Education, it must meet the same rigorous tests.
CIBU is not a trade or professional school.
We are a nationally accredited institution of higher learning dedicated to giving our students access to high quality academic instruction at a reasonable cost.
Little Italy has been a warm and open community for CIBU and its students. Soon there will be a whole new, and spectacular, place to hang out, enjoy a good meal and connect.
Because family is such an important element of Italian life, creating public gathering places in the neighborhood is a high priority for the Little Italy Association. It is through their brainstorming that the new Piazza Famiglia is coming to life.
CIBU offers an 8-week series for seasoned professionals and those transitioning careers. This engaging, practical, and hands-on experience is perfect for those looking to change careers or StartUp a new business.
The format is active, with interaction, team segments, individual development, and peer/mentor presentations. Participants should bring pen, paper as well as laptops and/or tablet. Expect to leave with a road-map carefully tailored to your own StartUp.
When the poet Keats wrote about the beauty and truth of a Grecian urn (a kind of urning power, we might say), he certainly wasn’t thinking about the earning power of Greeks or any beauty and truth in the Greek economy. And of course the Greek situation today is far from beautiful or truthful; it’s downright ugly and evidences profound corruption and deception. A CIBU graduate might not have transformed the Greek crisis into the kind of beautiful, serene sylvan landscape Keats envisioned, but he or she will almost certainly be able to prevent such a crisis in a business context today.