IMI International Management Institute Switzerland
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|Motto||Aiming For Excellence in International Hospitality Management.|
|Type||Private University - Education in Switzerland|
|Dean||Professor Theodore Benetatos|
|Students||480 per year,
in internship: 180 
|Postgraduates||40 MBA, PgD|
|Affiliations||Manchester Metropolitan University UK, Oxford Brookes University UK, Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality, BAC, EDUqua, QQQ|
IMI International Management Institute, Switzerland is a private hospitality school offering programmes from foundation level to Masters in Business Administration. It offers students the opportunity to undertake paid, practical internships as part of their programme either in Switzerland or internationally. It is one of Switzerland's smaller private hotel schools (with a maximum of 220 students per semester) and aims to offer students a highly personalised educational experience. The school has over 25 years of offering Swiss hospitality education and was named in the top 20 providers of hospitality management education in the 2017 QS rankings.
- International Hotel, Tourism and Events Management
- International Culinary Arts
- International Hospitality Management
- Swiss Hotel Management Operations
- Luxury Brands and Services Management
In August 1991 the International Management Institute was founded at the Hotel Waldstaetten in Weggis with 55 students. By 1995 180 students per semester were being taught at IMI. In 1997 the current campus was launched in Kastanienbaum 12 bus minutes away from Lucerne. Today, around 200 students are studying each academic semester at IMI.
- "IMI University centre". Hosco. 2016.
- "About IMI International Management Institute Switzerland". Go Abroad. 2016.