Welcome to International University of Erbil
Welcome to International University of Erbil The International University of Erbil® is located in the city of Erbil, the flourishing capital of the Kurdistan Region. The International University of Erbil® has been restructured from colleges into a faculty system in order to enhance the interactions between multi-disciplinary academic fields. Today the University has 4 faculties, Engineering, Business & Management, Sciences and as well as International Studies and Diplomacy, and English departments. The University is a continuation of (Sabis University which established in November 2009 from the University College for Educational purpose which started in 2007).
Our Vision and Mission
Our Vision The International University of Erbil seeks to establish itself as one of the top universities in Kurdistan, Iraq and Internationally. Our aim is to create a professional workforce and leaders for the community by offering high quality educational environment. This will inspire students and individuals to achieve their potential through learning, research and best practice.
Our Mission Our mission is to benefit individuals and the community through Higher education. This includes personal training, up-to-date knowledge and the updating of skills in various fields of academic research such as engineering, management, law and international studies and Science.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Education at the highest level combined with affordable tuition rates in Erbil, Kurdistan, one of the most advanced regions of Iraq.
- Multiple departments in a variety of academic fields.
- A warm and welcoming atmosphere.
- A great campus life in a safe and enjoyable location.
IUE offers four-year programs of study in the following fields: International Relations, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, IT, Computer Science, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Business Administration, Accounting, Management Information Technology (MIS), and more.
In general, all courses are conducted in either Kurdish or Arabic with some content in English, depending on the field of study.
IUE offers an exceptional standard of education with local and internationally qualified instructors, many of whom received their education abroad.
Those students who attain a sufficiently high grade may be eligible for a scholarship.
Yes, we do. We have permanent and visiting lecturers from a variety of different countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, Korea, the Netherlands, Lebanon , United Kingdom and the USA amongst others.
We do indeed! We have developed relationships with a number of different higher education institutions around the word and continue to work on expanding our network.
The IUE Library is on the third floor of the main building. Books can be checked out for up to one week. The library contains a large study space, a number of PCs in addition to free WiFi.
There are two computer labs on campus with free WiFi.
A large cafeteria is located on the first floor of the main building. Our café offers daily ‘meals-of-the-day’ along with a variety of local and international food.
Prayer rooms (separate for men and women) are available at all times in the main building on the third floor.
For each course you are required to pass a midterm and final exam. The pass mark is 50%.
Any form of plagiarism or academic dishonesty will not be tolerated. Students who are caught plagiarising may be expelled from the university.
Punctuality and attendance: There is a minimum level of attendance required for each course and you are expected to arrive on time. Mobile phones: These must be switched off during lectures. Your responsibility: You are responsible for obtaining and bringing with you to class any teaching materials required as well as standard equipment such as pen, paper etc.
There are many activities you can take part in outside the university such as sport, raising money for charity, volunteering and more. Throughout the year, we have events happening every week ranging from seminars and symposiums to conferences. Students are also encouraged to propose and organise new activities themselves.