IMD, Switzerland was established in 1990 as the successor of two previously independent business schools: IMI, founded in Geneva by Alcan in 1946, and IMEDE, founded in Lausanne in 1957 by Nestle. Incorporated under the name "International Institute for Management Development," IMD, as the institution is now known, has a long history of providing executive education. IMD is a world pioneer in executive education.
The school serves the international corporate community, helping develop and retain the best qualified management talent for global leadership. IMD aims to be the best in the world at developing global leaders – individuals, teams and organizations. IMD aims to provide a truly global, practical perspective that helps leaders grow in their career and see the business world in a different way.
IMD has over 60 faculty members, comprising 21 nationalities, who are recognized authorities in their fields. They divide their time between teaching, research and working with major companies and thus remain firmly on top of the latest developments in managerial practice.
Campus of IMD -
The IMD campus is located in the heart of Europe, on the shores of one of Switzerland’s most beautiful lakes, in one of the world’s most international regions. It is situated about 40 minutes by road or rail from Geneva, its intercontinental airport, and the home of many international organizations and global corporations.
Why Choose IMD?
- They are 100% focused on real-world executive development.
- IMD offer Swiss excellence with a global perspective.
- It is a top ranked business school
- They are experts in developing global leaders through high-impact executive education.
- IMD have a flexible, customized and effective approach
Facilities at IMD -
- Computer Lab
- Sports Facilities