Author: Iulia Cojocaru

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CHME 2015 powered by Manchester Metropolitan University

Last week, 3 MBA students have traveled to Manchester for the Council for Hospitality Management Education, an event that has been organised by IMI’s partner, Manchester Metropolitan University. The 3-days event has started with a cocktail reception in Hilton hotel, which is actually the tallest building in Manchester and features 23 floors, offering a beautiful view over the entire city.… Read more →

Countdown to dissertation submission

10 days left….term A students are already freaking out, or at least I am 1st draft submission deadline happened last week, but I could not tell how many students have made it. Finding motivation for dissertation has been a struggle for most of us, it has been much easier to find excuses not to sit down, research, highlight ideas, revisit… Read more →

IMI students at the WTFL 2015

In case you have missed it out, WTFL stands for World Tourism Forum Lucerne and is a 2 days conference that gathers hundreds of specialists from hospitality & tourism industry. So the IMI students thought “Why should we pay 1900CHF to attend the conference when we could actually attend the event through volunteering?” 20 IMI volunteers have had an important contribution… Read more →

Term A Semester Break

  Right after finishing off the exams many students have said ‘goodbye’ to their term D friends and have left the campus to very different parts of the world. While many students from Asian countries have taken advantage of visiting the most important European cities, others have taken longer breaks to travel to places such as Morocco, Hong Kong, Brasil… Read more →

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1st Students Bar 2015A

“TGIF” and “Tonight is Students Bar” were the most used sentences last Friday. First step has been made already, as Term A BA students had finally submitted their proposals and they were ready to have fun at the Students Bar. The SRC team has proved once again that they have done a very good job, as all drinks have been… Read more →