The operational internships in the 1st and 2nd year of the Vatel Bachelor in International Hotel Management are followed by a managerial internship, which takes place as a part of the MBA in International Hotel Management curriculum.
The goal of these first Vatel internships is to have practical experience in important functions such as working at the front desk, in the restaurant as well as consolidating linguistic abilities, while the goal for students in their managerial internships is to ensure management functions and have true responsibilities in the company.
In this context, and after having presented the various posts at the Peninsula, Margaux Rotter from the Human Resources department and Quentin Gil from the Housekeeping department, held individual interviews with 4th year Vatel Nimes students who wanted to do their managerial internships at the Palace.
“During the past six months, we hosted Jean-Charles Poinsignon, a Vatel Nimes student, who we recruited directly from his campus last year. Jean-Charles was a good ambassador for his school, as he did an excellent job and wrote a very interesting paper on how to improve the insertion of disabled employees. " Nicolas Tessier, the Peninsula’ s Assistant HR Manager, a mediator of this meeting and... a Vatelien!
A truly Parisian venue, the Peninsula Hotel is ideally located right in the heart of the capital, in a legendary building built by the famous French architect, Haussmann. It has 200 luxury rooms including 34 suites, which are some of the most spectacular ones in Paris.
Its flagship hotel was opened in 1928 in Hong Kong, and other hotels are located in Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, New York, Chicago, Beverly Hills, Bangkok, Manila, Paris, and one will soon be opening in London.
A synonym for luxury, for irreproachable quality of service and personalized attentions for each guest, the Peninsula Hotels enjoy a unique identity among the world’s most legendary hotels.
Just 20 years old and Emma has already lived in France, in Germany, in Belgium and in England. She’ll tell us about her international experience with the Marco Polo exchange program from Paris to Brussels.Read more
Emma Lacour, who loves travelling and showing her photos on gastronomy and the French art of hospitality on Instagram, tells us why she decided to study in this field.Read more
Mathilde Corbin, who has taught at Vatel Nimes for the past five years, is an expert in events management and a coach for MBA students in this Specialization.Read more
A green Vatel logo, students waiting on tables, at the cash register and advising clients: it’s evident, we’re at a Vatel Cafe!Read more
To thank them for a year of working together, the Lyon Metropolis in an Awards Ceremony, pays homage to what Vatel Lyon students have accomplished.
Currently, in her 2nd undergraduate year, Océane Pilot has already and repeatedly experienced the power of the alumni network of Vatel Bordeaux. Testimonial.Read more
What do Vatel students do when they are not training or in class? Some, like Maxime Culosse, decide to beef up their resumes.Read more
While the international outreach and mixture of theory and practical application convinced Milo’s parents, it was employability and quick promotions in the hospitality industry that seduced Edouard’s...Read more
Red alert! We found Tokyo, Berlin, Rio, Denver and even "El Professor" in the South of France: they were hidden among the Vatel Nîmes first year students during their orientation weekend in Fréjus! #moneyheistRead more
From Montenegro, Tunisia and India, more than 60 students came to Nimes to do their international internship at the Vatel Hotel.Read more
Food and beverage manager and sommelier at Les Tables Vatel in Bordeaux, Julien Borreil likes to learn and discover.Read more
Accepted at Vatel Nantes, Lou Nguyen ends her admission interview by trying on clothing. By the way though, why wear a uniform and what do students think about this?Read more
Hired even before they received their degrees, the Vatel Lyon class of 2018 has great jobs again this year!Read more
How can students appreciate and retain a theoretical course? With a professor who has worked in this industry and has lots of stories to tell!Read more
You could say that Irene Melero, who speaks Spanish, Italian and French, is an expert in how to learn foreign languages! Let’s have a look at her background and educational philosophy.Read more
Vatel Nimes 4th year students came in second place in the nationwide “Challenges for Youth and Companies” competition. What did they decide to promote? A hotel of course!Read more
Vatel students: your 4th year mission, should you choose to accept it, is the following: drawing up a development strategy to increase Chinese tourism in your city, working closely with the Lyon Metropolis.Read more
A 2010 alumnus, Francois Perraud is now a Financial Controller at the Nantes Radisson Blu. Coming September, he’ll also be a Vatel Nantes faculty member!Read more
Vatel Bordeaux Academic Director Ludovic Glorieux presents his missions and a complete overview of the strengths and challenges for the Vatel Group entity in Gironde.Read more
Who is Isabelle Cassini, a Vatel Nantes professor?Read more
The next Worldwide Hospitality Awards will be held in one month: support the Marco Polo program candidacy by voting here right now!Read more
We wish you all a great academic year and a special welcome to the first class of Vatel Nantes.