Students from the Asian Institute of Technology and Management in Nepal, Turan University in Kazakhstan and St Francis Xavier High School in Taiwan were given the opportunity to experience the unique IMI campus environment as well as enjoy some of the fi nest attractions Switzerland has to offer. During their short (but action-packed) visit, our guests went to the top of Mount Pilatus, dined on traditional Swiss fondue and raclette and attended the International Geneva Motor Show.
As well as these excursions, the students also had the opportunity to sit in on lectures and presentations at the school, giving them a true sense of what it would be like to pursue their hospitality studies at IMI.
The week culminated with IMI's latest Open Day on the Friday, where our guests and student ambassadors joined together for a career and CV workshop as well as a cheese and wine tasting session. Our visitors also had plenty of time to mix with the many di fferent nationalities that make up our student body, allowing them to explore different cultures and traditions.
The feedback from both the student ambassadors and Open Day visitors was universally positive and we look forward to hosting similar events in the near future.
(However, as a hospitality school, our doors are never shut to visitors - if you would like to arrange to visit our campus and meet with staff and students, please contact us at email@example.com or +41 41 349 64 00.)
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