Graduation Date Change

03 June 2020

Due to the Covid-19 situation affecting travel and visa applications worldwide, our 2020 Graduation Ceremony has been moved to 3rd December....

One of the highlight's of our social calendar, IMI's annual Graduation Ceremony normally takes place in September each year.

However, in 2020, due to the Covid-19 situation affecting travel and visa applications, we have changed the date of the ceremony to 3rd December.

In order to be eligible to graduate this December, students currently on internship placement must complete the total duration of their internship and submit their internship report. Students currently completing their academic semester must pass all of their classes to be eligible.

At all times we are obligated to follow the regulations provided by the Swiss Federal Government and the ceremony details are subject to change dependant on any developments regarding the Covid-19 situation.

However, we are happy to see that restrictions are starting to ease and we are therefore optimistic that students will be able to return to IMI to celebrate their graduation this December.

In the meantime, we hope everyone stays happy, healthy and safe! For further details about registering for the ceremony, please see the Graduation page of our website.

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