MSc International Hospitality and Events Management

1 TO 2 YEARS
Part 2 - MSc in Hospitality and Events Management
Professional practice CHF 2,212 (optional)

Up to 44 weeks of work placements in Switzerland

Part 2 - MSc

in Hospitality and Events Management

22 Weeks

This MSc programme, offered by IMI, is suitable for those with a Bachelor’s degree qualification but limited work experience. Focusing on key strategic management skills in the hospitality and events industries, the programme offers a broad insight into operational management, planning and strategy within the international arena. There is the opportunity to undertake paid work placements, either in Switzerland or internationally, on completion of the study semesters, offering the chance for CV-enhancing, practical experience in the industry. This programme offers the perfect blend of theoretical competencies and practical insight for those looking to develop as managers in either of these international fields.

IMI reserves the right to alter fees, dates and curriculum without prior notice. 

Requirements

  • Successful completion of Semester 1

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Award

  • MSc in International Hospitality and Events Management, awarded by IMI, Switzerland
  • MSc in International Hospitality and Events Management, awarded by Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Core units: 70 credits
Credits: 60

The unit refers mostly to a self-managed process of systematic academic enquiry in international hospitality and tourism management. Transferable skills in research and project management will be developed as well as support on research methods to enable the students to produce a comprehensive piece of research at level 7.

Credits: 10

This unit aims to review and revise traditional and contemporary marketing theories and practices to enable students to critically appraise its strategic role within the hospitality sector as well as the importance of digital marketing for effective positioning and distribution of value.

TESTIMONIALS

"The strong knowledge acquired during my studies at IMI helped me to understand how to organise events from A to Z."

Antoine Golinvaux

from Belgium , graduated in 2016

After doing a Master in Finance and Management in Belgium, I attended IMI for a Master of Science in International Events and Conference Management in 2016. I decided to go for this programme as I wanted to explore the world of events and congresses. While finishing my dissertation, I had the opportunity to complete an internship at MCI Suisse in Geneva, thanks to the support of the IMI Career Department. The strong knowledge and academic background acquired during my studies at IMI helped me to understand how to organise events from A to Z. From 2017, I got the opportunity to evolve to the post of Project Specialist in the PCO department. In this department, we organise international congresses all around the world.

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