For the past 20 years, tourism has been thriving. In spite of economic, political and social crises, it remains a sound long-term investment.
The World Tourism Organization long term forecasts prove this:
Consequently, international hotel groups must continue to expand in the entire world.
To support their growth, they need operation managers and senior executives who are able to work in multicultural contexts and lead teams composed of employees of many different nationalities. They are looking for young and responsible graduates, who have not only acquired knowledge from a famous business school, but also the know-how and people-oriented skills that are so important in the hospitality industry.
On a global scale, hotel groups have two very different ways of management:
All Vatel courses and methods have thus been designed to reach this goal.
The Vatel Spirit is based on five elements:
Vatel Group faculty members include an equal number of professors having taught in universities and professionals in the hospitality industry.
They all convey their knowledge, their know-how and passion. They keep up on the latest innovations both in terms of educational techniques and professional techniques. Thanks to their interactive methods, which mirror reality in the workplace, they give students the resources to develop their analytical capacities, acquire knowledge that is necessary in hotel and tourism management while having managerial experience in real time conditions.
Vanessa Noel recruits in the entire world for internships or short missions in prestigious American hotels. She especially appreciated the professional conduct and passion for the hospitality industry that Vatel students have.Learn more
Alexandre Desmoulins did his first-year internship in the legendary Avoriaz ski resort. A winter season in the mountains, with a sense of community, autonomy and the pleasure of guest relationships.Learn more
Vatel Group is proud to support the 14th edition of the Lyon Contemporary Art Biennial. The occasion to remember that both the hospitality industry and the artistic world are venues of emotions, sharing and cultural exchanges.Learn more