IUM offers programmes in the following fields, delivered in an intercultural environment: luxury sector, finance, marketing, management and sport.
The IUM project
The International University of Monaco produces and disseminates knowledge of management in high-value services, in close collaboration with academic environments and local and international enterprises. IUM’s strategy is to use research to improve management practices, particularly in the luxury, hospitality and finance sectors, by publishing applied and professional research, in close contact with the local and international business community, and by encouraging innovation, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable development.
« IUM stands for communicating highly relevant new knowledge for business leaders produced through rigorous academic Research »
Areas of excellence
Research conducted at IUM is multidisciplinary. The Faculty has made contributions to the luxury, hospitality and financial services sectors, covering a wide range of disciplines.
Financial services, corporate governance and risk management
Research at IUM has multiple focuses: strategic alliances, international activities, innovation and financial performance, CSR and financial performance, managerial practices in financial services, the role of women in top management positions and their contribution to financial performance, the governance system of family companies compared to non-family companies, entrepreneurial finance, risk management, and capital structure.
Sustainable luxury in hospitality
Research carried out at IUM covers international hospitality, globalisation, the emergence of international hotels, resorts and restaurants, and their classifications and standards. Investment and financing trends in international hospitality projects are also researched.
Innovative luxury experience and emerging patterns of consumption
Research at IUM covers topics such as the customer experience in the finance and luxury sectors, the financial performance of European luxury firms, ethics and virtuous approaches in the luxury sector, differences between luxury and non-luxury fashion retailers, human capital and luxury values, shopping experiences in directly operated luxury brand stores, brand communication strategy and biodigital characters.
President – Pr. Michel Pham – Professor at Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, USA
Pr. Pierre André Chiappori – President of the IAB, Professor of Economics at Columbia University
Isabelle BarthTransitions sociétales et comportements émergentsINSEEC Grande École
Pr. Virginie Debarnier – Dean of IAE d’Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management, Professor of Marketing, IAE Aix-Marseille
Pr. David Dubois – Professor of Marketing INSEAD, France
Pr. Pierre Louis-Dubois – President of the Scientific Advisory Board at INSEEC U. Former General Delegate at «FNEGE»
Pr. Frédéric Jenny – Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School in Paris, Judge at the Supreme Court of France
Pr. Jean-Noël Kapferer – Professor at INSEEC U, internationally recognized for his research on brands and brand management
Pr. Jean Michel Lasry – Financial Mathematics Specialist and Scientific Director Data Lab, Institut Louis Bachelier, Université Paris Sciences et Lettres.
Catherine Lespine – President of INSEEC U.
Pr. Didier Linotte – President of the Supreme Court of Monaco
Pr. Martin Messner – Professor of Management Control, Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Pr. Kristina Orfali – Professor of bioethics at Columbia University and faculty associate at the Center for Bioethics and the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP)
Jacques Perrin – Former Dean of ESCP Europe Business School, France and Former Dean at Ceram Business School
Bernard Ramanant – Former Dean of HEC Business School, Paris, France
Pr. Jorge Ramirez-Vallejo – Professor of Strategy, Harvard Business School, USA
Pr. Örjan Sölvell – Director of the Center for Strategy and Competitiveness, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
Pr. Pierre Valette-Florence – Professor of Marketing, Grenoble University, France
Jean-Philippe Muller – General Director of IUM
Mariateresa TorchiaCréation & InnovationInternational University of Monaco
OUR RESEARCH CENTERS
- ECE trains engineers with expertise in major business sectors, in national and international contexts.
- ESCE runs a five-year training programm for international managers.
- EBS is the school devoted to the new economy.
- INSEEC Grande Ecole uses Deep Education techniques, based on a combination of soft skills and core business competencies.