The Irish Management Institute (IMI) is an educational institute in Dublin, Ireland. The Institute was established in 1952 runs approximately 200 training courses annually at its 13-acre (53,000 m2) management training and conference facility at Sandyford.
The Trinity-IMI Graduate School of Management, a joint venture between Trinity College, Dublin and the Irish Management Institute, runs the Masters in Management Practice and Business Administration Programme.
The Irish Management Institute ( IMI ) also ran a joint International Executive MBA program jointly with Fordham University of New York. This program ran at the IMI from 1988-1992, the degree granting institution was Fordham's Graduate School of Business, approximately 200 students were conferred the degree.
In June 2011 An Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced an alliance between University College Cork and the Irish Management Institute, the IMI and UCC had been collaborating since 2009.
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