Academic Metrics 2020

Student Satisfaction Level of HTMi Academics: 89.4 %
Pass-rate (before resits): 96.8 %

Based upon data collected and analysed by the HTMi Academic Dept on student satisfaction of HTMi academic teaching and learning and based upon two externally examined exam boards in 2020.

Next 2020 metrics to be published are:
Trailing 3-year graduate analysis update – 25th February
QS Ranking Results – 4th March


HTMi Research Journals – Q4 2020 Editions Published

Congratulations on the 4th quarter 2020 publications: to our Research Group, led by Dr Carlos Oberli, Mr Jack Iveson, Mate Hegyi and Polina Ermolaeva

Congratulations to our excellent student researchers for achieving their research publication: Ha Hiep, Mariann Blaskovich Samson Choy, Mohammad Disandhy Anasiru, Kudaibergen Baizhanov, Daan Reijinierse, Martina Leep, and Linda Phanova.


International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal :

Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal :


SHMi Online Course – Certificate Diploma in International Wedding Planning

SHMi – Swiss Hospitality Management Institute, a sister brand of HTMi – Hotel and Tourism Management Institute, Switzerland, is pleased to announce the release of its first online course: Certificate Diploma in International Wedding Planning.

An innovative program that has been carefully designed for the lovers of one of the most successful and glamorous industries of the last decades. Through a modern platform and a self-paced study format, we give the student the opportunity to discover, learn and become a professional wedding planner.

Visit shmionline.com SHMi, Swiss Hospitality Management Institute

Led by Mrs. Carolina Carrasco, Wedding and Event Planner & Designer, who has more than 11 years of experience in the market as a wedding director, supported by her master’s studies carried out at HTMi Switzerland and also by her work experience in Arab Weddings in Dubai – UAE, guarantees an interesting, qualified and well-accomplished academic training.

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New International Partnership – Chung Hua University Taiwan

HTMi Hotel and Tourism Management Institute Switzerland and Chung Hua University Taiwan are delighted to announce the signing of a new partnership agreement to allow qualified students to progress with advanced standing on “2 plus 2” and “3 plus 1” pathways to enter the Bachelor Degree Programme at HTMi Switzerland, and gain combined three degrees in Hospitality from Ulster University, HTMi and Chung Hua University.

For a decade HTMi Switzerland and Chung Hua University have been Sister Schools with various collaborations involving staff and students, this partnership programme is designed to set an international path and platform for qualified students of global hospitality management.


Signing the partnership agreement are:

Prof Hsin-Wen Chang, Dean College of Tourism at Chung Hua University
Ian R J Larmour, CEO, HTMi International Development Group

Attended by :

Prof. Pei Ying Wu, Chung Hua University
Mr Jack Iveson, HTMi Switzerland

Organised and attended by:
Michelle Shih , Lincoln HTMi Taiwan.
Jennifer Kuo, Lincoln HTMi Taiwan
Jackson , Lincoln HTMi Taiwan


Research News: Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal No 49 – Just Launched

Congratulations to our excellent talent for getting their research published:


  • Nguyen Pham Yen Ngoc
  • Bruno Cubic
  • Zainab Albalooshi
  • Nguyen Thanh Huyen


HTMi’s Research Group has just launched the 49th Edition of the CIHSJ Journal, showcasing our excellent students’ research work on topic areas including: Airbnb in Vietnam; Instagram in hospitality marketing; over-tourism impact on ecosystems; and social media impact on traveller perceptions.


HTMi Launches 2020 3rd Edition International Hospitality and Tourism Research Journal

Congratulations to HTMi’s Research Group on launching the 49th Edition of the IHTR Journal showcasing our excellent students’ research work on topic areas including ecotourism, Esports tourism; emotional acting strategies in hospitality; leadership needs; tourism risk perceptions; and talent management techniques.

Congratulations to our excellent talents for getting their research published. The authors are:


Hugo Rivadeneira
Mai Anh Nguyen
Karlo Solaric
Myintmor Ko Lynn
Lubwama John Mark
Robert Miklos



Excellence in Research – MSc Dissertation

MSc Hospitality and Tourism Management
Excellence in Research – MSc Dissertation

We are very pleased to announce that for the first time ever two of our MSc Hospitality and Tourism Management students have achieved HTMi’s highest grade for their dissertation – an outstanding D3 (85% – 90%). Our Masters program with Napier University continues to excel in academic research within the hospitality and tourism industry and we look forward too many more years of excellence in research through this partnership.

Congratulations to:

Polina Ermolaeva – “The Effectiveness of Flipped Classrooms in the Hospitality Education: A Case Study of HTMi Switzerland”

Renee De Bruyn – “The Impact of Virtual Reality in Consumers Hotel Booking Consideration”

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