IMI Webinar Series

25 May 2020

With travel currently limited, we have set-up a series of live webinars in order to connect with prospective students interested in studying in Switzerland...

In normal times, IMI's BDA team is busy jetting around the world attending various education fairs and events.

Obviously, this has not been possible in 2020 so, to ensure that we can still connect with prospective students, we are hosting a series of live webinar events where a member of the team will present the benefits of studying at IMI and in Switzerland.

We have the following sessions scheduled which are all free to register for:

In the webinar, you will learn about what makes IMI Switzerland unique when it comes to hospitality, business and culinary arts education.

The team will explain about the special, family atmosphere on our picturesque campus and how our students' benefit from small class sizes and personalised career support.

You will also find out more about the exciting, paid internships that are available as part of all our degree courses and the many international hotels and companies we work closely with.

Register for one of the webinars today to make a virtual connection with our team and have all your questions answered!

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