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The purpose of the Swiss Private School Register is to certify that the registered private schools provide a good educational service and to confirm their professionalism and credibility to the public, to the authorities, and to customers.The Foundation protects the good reputation of Switzerland and the private educational institutions as education locations.
As a student or parent, The Swiss Private School Register allows you to check whether a specific Education Institution has reached our rigorous accreditation criteria and is recognised for its high quality. Its members’ list is used as a reference by the Federal Office for migration and the Swiss Diplomatic Representations abroad in the process of getting the students’ visa.
eduQua is the first quality label in Switzerland to meet the needs of continuing education providers. It promotes transparency and comparability of educational programs, and helps to ensure the quality of continuing education opportunities in Switzerland. The IMSG thus meets the quality standards required, significantly strengthening its academic legitimacy on Swiss territory.
European Foundation For Management Development (EFMD) is an international, not-for-profit, membership organisation of business schools and corporations. It is recognized globally as an accreditation body for quality & impact assessment in management with established accreditation services for business schools.
The International Management School Geneva is a member of the AACSB, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This association, which holds the eponymous accreditation, rewards and supports higher education establishments in the quality of their management training. As a member of the AACSB, it becomes a player in a global network rich in 800 Business Schools, Public Universities and private sector companies which is based on the sharing of knowledge and good practices, in the ultimate goal of bringing business and managerial study programs to excellence.
Organization promoting professional skills in the field of business management, the FEP organizes examinations with a view to obtaining a certificate or a higher diploma. The IMSG is accredited by the FEP to provide preparatory courses for the examination of the Federal Specialist Certificate in SME Management.
As part of its recognition by the Swiss Private Schools Register, the IMSG has chosen a rigorous certification based on the EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management) model adapted to the needs of Business Schools and more particularly of Swiss UAS. This reflects a desire to ensure the fundamental principle of continuous improvement. The IMSG thus enters the very closed circle of higher education institutions (UNIGE, IFAGE) benefiting from this recognition.
Association within the meaning of art. 60 ff of the Swiss Civil Code, which has set itself the objective of managing brands and labels since 1917. The crossbow, which is its emblem, embodies the "Swiss" brand in the same way as the white cross on a red background. It is associated with William Tell who shot Bailiff Gessler at the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries with this same weapon. He has since been considered a Swiss defender of freedom. The crossbow is now becoming the symbol of values, of trust such as quality, safety, reliability, a sense of reality and independence for both businesses and consumers.
The International Management School Geneva is a member of the SAQ association. Since 1994, the SAQ has been the national partner organization of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM). It offers the EFQM "Levels of Excellence" Recognition program as well as a comprehensive training system for Business Excellence.
The IMSG is a member of the Fédération des Entreprises Romandes. Employers' association, FER is the only inter-professional organization of employers in French-speaking Switzerland to be consulted by the Federal Council (Swiss government) on draft laws. It brings together 27,000 companies, including 9,000 independent, as well as 80 professional associations.
The CDE is a business club founded on May 10, 1994 by 130 leaders. Its objective is to bring together different economic players in the Geneva basin. Politicians, heads of public and private companies, students can meet each other for breakfasts, conferences and "speed business dating". With this unique opportunity to network, students can develop their employability, the cornerstone of the IMSG educational project.
The International Management School Geneva is a member of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services. With more than 2,500 members representing all sectors of activity, the CCIG is one of the most influential private economic associations in Geneva. It has a unique network of contacts and promotes business networking through various events that are opportunities for quality networking, benefits that directly benefit IMSG students.
Highly experienced educators with a passion for our mission.
Highly qualified : More than 40% of our professors hold a doctorate or a PhD and some are also professionals with a rich high level experience (MDs, CEOs).
Highly supportive : Recognizing that every student is different and has its own learning method by establishing a structure.