Penn State School of Hospitality Management(USA)
  The Penn State School of Hospitality Management is one of the leading schools of its kind in the United States and has been ranked among the country’s best since its inception in 1937. Located in State College, Pennsylvania, the School is home to 740 undergraduate students, 20 MS and PhD students, and 29 full-time faculty members. The School offers two year on-line Associate Degree programs focusing on hospitality management and management dietetics. It houses the Hospitality Leadership Institute, which provides executive and management development programs to industry, the Center for Food Innovation, which is involved in new food product development, as well as a satellite program at the Penn State Berks-Lehigh campus.


Institute for International Management & Technology (India)
The Institute for International Management and Technology (IIMT) is one of the fastest growing institutions of higher learning in India. Presently it operates from its two campuses, the first located at Gurgaon falling under the national capital region and the second at the Ffort-Radisson Resort complex at Raichak, near Kolkata, West Bengal. The long-term objective of IIMT is to provide internationally recognized undergraduate and postgraduate programmes of study in the professional areas of business management and hospitality & tourism management.

 Schools at IIMT

IIMT-Oxford Brookes University has the following schools in the area of Management and Hospitality.

i) School of Management and Entrepreneurship

ii) School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Oxford Brookes University(UK)
Oxford Brookes University is a premier learning and teaching institution with an outstanding research record. Oxford Brookes University is the only UK modern university to have achieved 24 subjects rated as excellent for teaching. We have a longstanding reputation for employability, and are host to two national centers of excellence in teaching and learning. The University can trace its history back as far as 1865 with the foundation of the Oxford School of Art, which over the centuries merged and grew to become today's university. It was in 1992 that the then Oxford Polytechnic became Oxford Brookes University, naming itself after John Henry Brookes, first Principal of the Schools of Technology, Art and Commerce.