Study hotel management at the Vatel School in Nimes
Vatel Nimes is a school, an application hotel and four-star spa, as well as a student residence, all on the same campus. Complete and comprehensive courses, which appeal to young adults from the entire world: 45 different nationalities of students on site, who take Vatel courses either in French or in English.
Classes here are taught in English and French
So its 900 students can learn and study comfortably, Vatel Nimes has:
17 classrooms | 1 amphitheater with audio and video equipment, seating 100 | 2 IT rooms
In addition, the Vatel Gourmet Les Halles shop allows students to discover how a catering boutique operates.
The 200 rooms in the student residence are all individual, well furnished and located near the school and the Vatel Hotel & Spa.
- Wifi connection
140 Rue Vatel, 30900 Nîmes
Graduate in Human Resources Management from Portsmouth University (UK) and from Valenciennes University (France) in 1990, she was first of all based in London, where she worked for different American companies as Human Resources Manager (Zenith Data Systems, Bausch & Lomb, PictureTel, KLA-Tencor) first with national responsibility but quickly extending her role to European responsibilities. After 12 years’ experience, she decided to move into teaching in order to share her experience with French and foreign students.
Graduated from the Panthéon-Sorbonne and Aix-Marseille III Universities in Political Science and International Law (PhD), she quickly moves towards higher education. She combines her academic knowledge with field experience. She conducts field missions internationally as an international lawyer for international organizations (Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Guatemala, Colombia, Ecuador, Morocco, Mauritania).
With a superior financial background, he has held positions in Financial Management, General Management and Consulting in France and abroad in international groups for over thirty years. In parallel, for 18 years, he has been working in French and English in several Business Schools for the training of future international managers and accountants.
Jean-Marie PERROT currently holds his mandates in the framework of his firm SAFIR Management created in 1993.
The career of Pierre-Paul BARROIS (PPB) is characterized by an alternation between skills development, professional experiences and ongoing training. After a few years of resumption of studies in management (in particular in HRM and strategy, then DEA and PhD in economics), he resumes a professional activity as a consultant by partnering with an international consulting firm specialized in human resources. recruitment and at the same time he creates his own consulting and training company. Today, its activity is divided halfway between training in HRM and business creation in different schools, half between auditing, organizational consulting, HR and training (management) in different companies in any sector of activity with a resolutely active, creative and fun pedagogical approach.
The hospitality and tourism industry puts people in touch with an ever-increasing and constantly changing world, making it the only one of its kind.
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