Chosen from over 42 prestigious schools, Vatel Group and its 41 Campuses throughout the world won the “Best Hospitality Management School” award in the 17th edition of the Worldwide Hospitality Awards , with over 1,000 international hospitality professionals participating.
The entire industry thus expressed its recognition for and its trust for the Vatel Group.
Vatel Group, the choice of an entire profession
Short-listed by an international jury, made up of business people, tourist and communication specialists, Vatel Group was one of the 3 finalists out of 42 schools in the world competing for the “Best Hospitality Management School” award.
The two contending schools were Hotelschool The Hague and Oxford, competing against Vatel, the 1st Worldwide Business School Group in Hospitality & Tourism Management, who was declared the winner by the 1,000 professionals who attended the ceremony.
Alain Sebban, Vatel’s President and Founder, added that Vatel’s prestigious award was the fruit of its employees and faculty members, its partners who host students for their internships, as well as its 33,000 alumni who succeed in their careers and fly Vatel Group’s colors throughout the entire world.
Nearly 40 years of close relationships between Vatel Group and its hotel partners
Since its creation Vatel has enjoyed close, positive and sustainable relationships with the largest international hospitality groups in the world. There are a myriad of relationships such as hiring professionals to be a part of Vatel’s faculty members, examination boards and Academic Board; hosting students for practical work and/or during internships in hotels; coming in to give lectures or conferences to students on our Campuses, writing case studies, or publishing articles in the Cirvath, etc.
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