Research at IMI

Since its first intake in 1991, IMI International Management Institute has been helping students from across the world to achieve their career goals and personal potential.

Our learning and teaching environment takes advantage of contemporary academic research and industry practice.

Students are introduced to research skills in their first week on campus through dedicated induction sessions. These are augmented at each academic level with development classes which enhance these skills to ensure students have the capacity to integrate up-to-date academic research into their own assessment submissions.

In both the Undergraduate BA (Hons) and MSc programme final years, students showcase these skills to create and develop their own independent research on a topic of their choice.

In addition to this, IMI works in collaboration with both Swiss and international hospitality businesses to ensure that students’ skills and knowledge benefit from the latest developments and practices within the global industry.

All lecturers on IMI’s programmes are educated to Masters' level and bring extensive industry knowledge and experience to ensure the content of the academic classes they deliver are in line with the creation of skills and knowledge demanded by today's employers.

Collectively, this ensures that graduates from IMI’s programmes are not only highly employable but have lifelong skills which allows them to independently pursue knowledge within their areas of professional and personal interest.


Student Research

Students on both our undergraduate programmes and Masters' degree engage in research worldwide. This section showcases the diversity of research conducted as well as the breadth of research areas pursued by our students. The aim is to inspire future students to engage in meaningful research and exciting field work.

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