Academic Partnerships2019-12-12T12:20:15+02:00

Academic Partnerships

International Management School Geneva has signed an agreement with the Swiss Armed Forces (through their training institute, the FSCA) to recognize the competences of senior officers and non-commissioned officers in the academic and civil spheres. The IMSG and its team are honoured to participate in this project which allows citizen-soldiers to make their experiences valued within an academic cursus.


The IMSG has partnered with the world reference in trading qualifications, the London based CISI (Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment). The International Management School Geneva is the only non-UK school offering CISI based curriculum and a preparation for their qualifications.


By developing its international dimension, the IMSG has signed a MOU with the Dean of the American University of Central Asia to develop common training arrangements. Exchanges of professors, modules and double diplomas, are the common wills translated by the agreement.


The International Management School Geneva has signed a cooperation agreement with the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service (RANEPA) to put in place the optimal conditions for exchanging students and teachers and to create paths leading ultimately to double degrees for the benefit of public and private executives. Exchanges in research and scientific publications in the fields of management and political science are also part of this exceptional agreement.


Renmin University of China, through its research component “Pacific Economic Research Institute”, and the International Management School Geneva have signed a partnership agreement to make exchanges of teachers and students, as well as the development of respective research actions for students and employees of private and public companies. This will include the creation of chairs, the organization of “learning expeditions” and the implementation of a publication policy.


The International Management School Geneva (IMSG) and the Jagannath International Management School (JIMS) have signed a partnership agreement to promote their academic cooperation. The purpose of the latter will be to promote student exchanges, create joint programs and collaborate collaboratively on university research projects. With this partnership, IMSG students will have the opportunity to do a semester of their university studies in New Delhi, with a double graduation at the end, in this school recognized by the Ministry of Human Resources Development of the Indian Government, certified ISO 9001-2008 quality and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).


The Arab American University of Palestine (AAUP) is the first private university in Palestine, certified ISO 9001-2015, with more than 11,300 local and foreign students. The IMSG has signed a partnership agreement with the AAUP to promote exchanges of learners and teachers, but also to collaborate on different educational engineering projects.


The International Management School Geneva and the Law-Business Management Research Center of China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL) have signed a partnership agreement to encourage collaborative research and to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and skills between the two institutions. CUPL is a Chinese Ministry of Education Double First Class Discipline University with the highest status “A+” in legal studies, considered to be one of the best Chinese universities in legal studies. It is also one of the most competitive and selective universities to enter in China.


The International Management School Geneva and the University of Tirana (Universiteti i Tiranës) signed a partnership agreement aimed at developing sustainable academic cooperation in teaching and research. The University of Tirana is the principal academic institution of the Albanian capital. Founded in 1957, it currently has seven faculties covering the human, economic, natural and medical sciences, for about 14,000 enrolled students and 600 professors.


The International Management School Geneva and the Amman Arab University have signed a “Memorandum of Understanding” to develop joint programs and research activities. Junanian university established in 1999, the Amman Arab University is the first Jordanian educational institution specializing in postgraduate programs.


The International Management School Geneva and Isra University signed a partnership agreement aimed at developing new programs and promote students exchanges between Switzerland and Jordan. Al-Isra University is a private university established in 1989 in Amman (Jordan), accredited by the Jordanian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.


The International Management School Geneva and the Universidad de Palermo (UP) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on scientific research, promote the exchange of academic practices and develop a program in double diploma for their respective students. The University of Palermo is a private university in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has several buildings located in different parts of the city. The university offers several educational programs, including a double degree in Management awarded along with the London School of Economics and is regarded as one of the best private universities in Argentina, constantly ranking in the top 5. The university has seven departments with a total of more than 13,000 students, who come from all over the world.


After having signed a Memorandum of Understanding earlier this year, AAB College and International Management School Geneva have signed a cooperation agreement with the aim of offering a double diploma/cursus at Master level. AAB College is the first non-public institution of higher education in Kosovo, and the biggest private investment in the field of education in the country. Since 2010, AAB College is a regular member of the Magna Charta Universitatum, thereby ensuring recognition of university values and expanding opportunities for building strong cooperation relations with the more than 750 universities that have signed this document.