The programme's objective is to equip students who have limited or no experience of the hospitality industry with the practical and management skills necessary for entry level positions in hotel, events and related industries. The core focus is operational and integrative management with subjects including food and beverage operations, front office management and the business development of hospitality organisations and events management.
Total academic value of the programme is equal to 120 credits. Courses that are included are:
As a private institution, IMI does not provide any full scholarships and students are expected to be in a position to finance their own studies in Switzerland, especially as this will be a requirement by the Swiss immigration authorities for the study visa application.
However, we have a number of initiatives listed below that are linked to IMI's admissions strategy, which aim to assist motivated people to study at our institution.
In order to enhance students’ knowledge and skills, we are pleased to offer some students the opportunity to gain some further experience during their academic semester. Selected students will dedicate a few hours per week for practical experience in one of departments at IMI.
For more information about these community scholarships, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be delighted to provide you with some more information.
Academic scholarships are granted based on outstanding academic performance.
The recipients of the following awards will receive a scholarship which will be financially credited towards their next semester of study at IMI:
The recipients of the following awards will receive a financial scholarship from IMI:
Prestige awards are granted based on outstanding personal and professional performance. Prizes will be presented to the award-winners at the graduation ceremony. The awards are as follows: