MoA signing with I-TIM, Bangkok

02 March 2021

We were delighted to sign a Memorandum of Agreement with Thailand's International Hotel & Tourism Industry Management school...

It was a pleasure to welcome The International Hotel and Tourism Industry Management School (I-TIM) in Bangkok to IMI's list of international partner schools.

A virtual MoA signing conducted by IMI Directors Prof. Benetatos and Prof. Caldwell in Switzerland and members of I-TIM's management team in Thailand, confirmed the agreement between our two institutes.

I-TIM is Thailand's first English-language hospitality management school. With three decades of experience, they offer their students the facilities, knowledge and network connections needed to succeed in the industry.

Like IMI, they place strong value on the blend of theoretical, classroom learning alongside real-world industry experience provided by internship placements conducted throughout students' study.

With similar values and approaches to hospitality and tourism education, we look forward to developing closer academic collaboration with I-TIM during the up-coming months.

To find out more about transferring from I-TIM (or if you would like to collaborate with IMI) please contact us on info@imi-luzern.com for a personal chat.

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