World Map IMBA UMSL Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Park's College The National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology Nanjing University Kyoto-Sangyo University University of Strasbourg

Currently the IMBA program partners with the following universities all over the world:

University of Missouri - St. Louis
Nanjing University
University of Strasbourg
Kyoto-Sangyo University
Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (Not currently available due to DOS Travel Warning) 
Park's College
Taiwanese Flag The National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology


Amy Every day at Kyoto Sangyo University was exciting, challenging, and rewarding. The knowledge and experience I gained was invaluable.

- Amy Warren US japan

Wagner Being part of the IMBA program enables me to receive a world class education at two international universities, the Vienna EBA and UMSL. This valuable program will shape my future career in international business enormously.

- Kerstin Wagner aus US

Lydia It's very exciting to be an IMBA student at UMSL! I have learned many useful business theories and knowledge here, some that I could have never imagined;

- Lydia Liao chin USA


The IMBA program for me is not only a great way of experiencing the American teaching environment but with the internship also a way of experiencing corporate America. This program also enhances worldwide networking and international friendships.

- Daniela Wagner


The IMBA Program will enable me to work for the company I always wanted to work for....

- Gilles Bastian france U.s


The IMBA program enables me to gain an American perspective on business both in the classroom and in the "real" business world. Besides this obvious advantage, the program has further given me the opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.

- Teresa Wolfram aus us


The IMBA program at the University of Missouri - Saint Louis is a great way for me to experience the American educating system. The classroom is a place to meet very interesting and knowledgeable people and professors. There is also the opportunity to have contact with other students from different backgrounds and cultures.

- Hashini Rajapaksha france us