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Undergraduate studies

Bachelor in International Hotel Management

Manager en Hôtellerie internationale

  • Level II degree registered at RNCP by Ministerial order
  • Total Credits: 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)
  • Length of studies : 3 years
Bachelor in International Hotel Management
BACHELOR YEAR 1
 Semester 1 > Academic

 Semester 2 > internship

• Management • Marketing • Human Resources • Computer Sciences • Company Economics • Professional culture • Self image • Hygiene and Safety • Nutrition • Wine vintages • Hotel visits • Foreign language I • Foreign language II • F&B Environment • Hospitality industry environment • Porfessional practises• Operational internship in a company
• Duration 4/5 months
For information only*:
• In Europe: €500 net per month, full room and board
• In Switzerland: CHF 2179.- gross per month
 60 ECTS credits

 
BACHELOR YEAR 2
 Semester 3 > Academic 

Semester 4 > internship

• Management • Marketing • Human Resources • Computer Sciences • Legal culture • Economy of tourism • Economic environment • Current events in the hospitality industry • Oral Communication • Nutrition • Worldwide wine vintages • Foreign language I • Foreign language II • Porfessional practises • Bachelor year 1 internship report
• Operational internship in a company, in Europe or in a foreign country
• Duration 5/6 months
For information only*:
• In Europe: €500 net per month, full room and board
• In Switzerland: CHF 2179.- gross per month
60 ECTS credits

 
BACHELOR YEAR 3
 Semester 5 > Academic

 Semester 6 > Optional internship
• Introduction to cost control • Marketing • Human Resources • Taxation • Computer Sciences • Career project • Multicultural Management • Hospitality Sales • Wine, beer and spirits • Geopolitics • Tourism and Travelling • Negociation • Foreign language I • Foreign language II • Managerial experience • Bachelor year 2 internship report
• Operational internship in a company, in Europe or in a foreign country
• Duration: 5/6 months
For information only*:
• In Europe: €500 net per month, full room and board
• In Switzerland: CHF 2179.- gross per month
60 ECTS credits

*Internship stipends are for information only. Amounts indicated are not contractual and can vary from one internship to another, according to the host country.

Admission requirements

In Bachelor year 1
In France: Baccalauréat
In Belgium: Certificat de fin d’études secondaires
In Switzerland: Maturité
In other countries: High School Diploma ou Equivalent «A» level

In Bachelor year 3
In France: Baccalauréat + 2 years
In Belgium: Certificat de fin d’études secondaires + 2 years
In Switzerland: Maturité + 2 years
In other countries: High School Diploma ou Equivalent «A» level + 2 years

English Proficiency: TOEFL 550 (80 IBT) or IELTS 5.5 (academic) + one-page personal essay or a cover letter written in English.


Title and Degrees awarded

• Bachelor in International Hotel Management/ Manager en Hôtellerie Internationale

Program process:

Bachelor year 1: Students are introduced to marketing, human resources, administration and professional culture, and become seasoned to catering, culinary production techniques, banquet constraints, unexpected events in receptions or seminars, and conclude their School year by an internship in the country where they are studying.

Bachelor year 2: While continuing to enhance theoretical knowledge, students are introduced to management. During the practical training, they manage the 1st year students, while being managed themselves by 3rd year students. Students gain self confidence and do an internship in a foreign country.

Marco Polo program : Students have the possibility of doing their school year (Bachelor year 2) in another Vatel School, after the dean of their host School has gone though and validated their application. Read more

Bachelor year 3: Students have all basic knowledge required. Students then are ready to begin team management, right in School. In this year, they develop their analytical capabilities, call upon the knowledge accumulated so far, devise strategies and take their first decisions.

 

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