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Program Structure

YEAR 1 Semester 1 KIMI 6 MONTHS
Semester 2 KIMI 6 MONTHS
YEAR 2 Semester 3 KIMI Placement 6 MONTHS
Semester 4 KIMI 6 MONTHS
YEAR 3 Semester 5 UCB, UK 6 MONTHS<
Semester 6 UCB, UK Placement 6 MONTHS<
YEAR 4 Semester 7 UCB, UK 6 MONTHS<
Semester 8 UCB, UK 6 MONTHS<

University College Birmingham

University College Birmingham (UCB) signed a partnership agreement with the Kohinoor International Management Institute (KIMI) . The agreement covers the progression of hospitality management students to UCB along with a range of measures whereby UCB will work with KIMI in developing their programme portfolio, specifically in the field of the culinary arts.

Birmingham is England’s second largest city with a proud history of business innovation, a vibrant cultural scene and a global profile. It is one of the youngest cities in Europe with 40 per cent of the population aged under-25. Perhaps not surprisingly, the city is home to 70,000 students who are drawn to Birmingham’s world-class facilities and a cost of living that is up to 55 per cent below London. UCB is Birmingham’s most centrally located university and its student accommodation is at the heart of the city. It is close to both the bustling central business district – home to trendy bars, cafés and award-winning restaurants – as well as the historic jewellery Quarter, responsible for almost half of the UK’s jewellery production. Music-lovers enjoy an eclectic mix of styles and genres. Birmingham, which has a culturally diverse population of one million, was the birthplace of heavy metal music, spawning super groups such as Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath as well as major pop acts like Duran Duran.


Nyanganga Gharoghari

Maharashtra has a long and rich tradition of educational reforms. Mahatma Jyotiba Phule, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Bhaurao Patil, Swami Ramanand Teerth and other great thinkers and reformers have contributed to educational philosophy and movement in the state. It was therefore appropriate that the state realized the need of an open university, The university was established on 1st July, 1989 through Act XX of 1989 of the Maharashtra State Legislature, justly named after Yashwantrao Chavan, Maharashtra’s great political leader and builder of modern Maharashtra. Due to statutory powers conferred by an act XX (1989) of Maharashtra state legislature and the recognition by the ‘University Grants Commission of India’, this university is fully empowered to award various academic certifications like certificates, diplomas, and graduate, post-graduate, doctoral degrees.