03 August 2021
Swiss National Day
Each year on August 1st, the Swiss celebrate the founding of the Confederation. Here we look at some of the traditions and events associated with the day...
The objective of the Diploma is to further develop students' knowledge, understanding and practical skills within revenue generating outlets of the international business and hospitality industries and provide a solid grounding in the financial and operational considerations necessary for their successful management.
22 week internship placements can be taken after each semester of study. To complete the BA programme, a student must have completed a minimum of 12 months of placements in total.
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This unit teaches the core academic disciplines for successful university study and provides guidance and materials on researching, referencing, time management and organisation to help students make the most of their time on their chosen programme.
This unit introduces the students to the world of international business management. It provides an insight to current trends in the international services and products market unveiling its great potential. Furthermore the students will be introduced to management practices in the corporate and services industry in the context of various international markets.
Students develop a critical understanding of marketing, with specific focus on the service industries. Key marketing concepts such as marketing mix (Product, Price, Promotion and Place), internal marketing, CRM and marketing research are explored and engaged with.
This unit has two components. The first one involves competence based practical skills in a working restaurant environment. Students are introduced to basic practical skills and then experience different service styles applicable to today’s food and beverage industry. The second component will explore and develop the students understanding in practical skills, technical skills, equipment and procedures in today’s modern kitchen environment.
Provides an international strategic view on the entrepreneurial challenges and leadership in different cultures. Students review leading ideas and human resource management for successful market ventures. This unit explores startup ideas with exciting exposure to real-life business conditions.
An introduction to the core principles and concepts of managerial accounting and basic financial management with a focus on service related businesses. Contact Hours: 48
The unit introduces the students to key tourism concepts, principles and impacts. The unit will also provide them with an introduction and a business approach to Tourism.
Introduces students to the economic foundations of management by analysing key microeconomic and macroeconomic issues, in relation to the international services industry.
from Switzerland , graduated in 2017
Studying at IMI gave me the work-ethic to achieve external success. IMI was an excellent stepping stone to gain industrial insights and learn about success, failure and facing challenges along the way. I love how my job expands the reaches of what hospitality has to offer. Also, I get to travel to exotic and new places!
03 August 2021
21 July 2021
IMI signs an agreement with the International Talent Exchange Service Office of SME Cooperation and Development Promotion Center in China...
16 July 2021
We were delighted to be visited by Swiss alumna Jasmin Frei, who is a former Senior Project Manager at world football governing body FIFA...
13 July 2021
We were delighted to sign an academic agreement with Sri Lanka's Australasian Academy of Hospitality (AAH) during a virtual ceremony...
28 June 2021
Current situation update from IMI International Management Institute...