The Irish Management (IMI) today hosted its first graduation of the autumn/winter season at the IMI’s Campus in Sandyford, Dublin, with a record number of graduates receiving their awards.
The graduation ceremony saw leading executives from organisations such as Teagasc, Kraft Foods, Bank of Ireland, Eircom, Aer Lingus, TrendMicro, AIB, Accurat, and many more.
The range of programmes taken was as diverse as the industries involved, from Diplomas in Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Organisational Development and Transformation, Technology Leadership, Data Business and Digital Business. A number of graduates also received their MBS in Business Practice having completed multiple Diplomas.
All of the IMI Diplomas are accredited and can form a flexible pathway to attaining a Masters, allowing senior executives and leaders the choice from a diverse range of programmes to suit their own career pathway.
This year, IMI become the first Irish executive education provider to be simultaneously listed on both the Customised and Open global rankings, published by the Financial Times.
IMI has retained the prestigious global rankings for the provision of Customised Executive Education for the 10th year in a row, with the Open ranking achieved for the first time in 2018. This means that all aspects of IMI’s executive education are now globally ranked.