About IUA

International University of America (IUA) originally a Californian University established in 1980, founded its campus in London in February 1995.

Provost's Message

International University of America (hereafter also known as 'IUA') is an educational establishment founded with the purpose of providing modern business and IT education to international students. Such a purpose is achieved by IUA's highly qualified lecturers who are ready to impart relevant expert knowledge to students. international business transactions.


Students may transfer credits from another graduate or professional program if the credits are appropriate to the IUA programme. Only modules offered at approved university or college may be
accepted with an equivalent of a 'C' grade or better for the BBA and 'B' grade or better for the MBA/MPhil and PhD/DBA. The Provost is the final arbiter for the award of transfer credit.Its more recent global outlook is an indication of its desire to enhance itself more global offering an Anglo-American style education.

International Students

IUA offers Postgraduate and undergraduate programs in finance, information technology, economics, international business, management and marketing. IUA classes stress interaction among instructors and students, combining traditional lecture format with discussion of case studies. There are three intakes a year starting in about the start of January, July and September. Approximately 12 classes and 1 research class are offered for each 15 - week intake session.international business transactions.

Living in London

London is one of the biggest and busiest city in the world with a multicultural population. It is an expensive city and finding the right place to rent or buy is a challenge. London, indeed, offers a thriving
and diverse cultural scene to IUA students including a world-class symphony, ballet company, opera company, alternative rock and jazz clubs, cinemas, fine arts and science museums, and major league sports.

Student Support

In an effort to create professional and academic contacts, to complement students' module of studies, and to expand personal interests, students are encouraged to participate in the SCIUA (Student Club of the International University of America). This student government has input on university policy and creates a sense of university spirit while organizing educational and social