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  • Contenido
    Bachelor in Hospitality and/or Events Management (Honours).

    Multi-Campus

    A 3-year Swiss and British degree, 2 internships and a multi-campus experience (in partnership with University of Derby).

    Bachelor's Degree.

    At Bachelor level, courses follow a 3 Pillar Strategy focusing on global trends, business strategy and operational leadership.

    The first two years share the same cursus, with the third year varying depending on your chosen specialisation.

    All students following the undergraduate programme will complete the first two years of their studies at our Caux campus, continuing on to our Leysin campus for their third year.

    Year 1 – Caux Campus.

    Semester 1 (5 months):
    Food and Beverage Management

    Internship:
    Paid internship in Switzerland or worldwide (4-6 months)

    Year 2 – Caux Campus.

    Semester 2 (5 months):
    Rooms Division Management

    Internship: 
    Paid internship in Switzerland or worldwide (4-6 months)

    Swiss Diploma in Hotel Operations Management.

    Year 3 – Leysin Campus.

    Semester 3 (5 months) / Semester 4 (5 months):
    Dissertation / Integrated Business Project (6 weeks)

    International Hospitality Management or International Hospitality and Events Management

    Semester 3: Swiss Higher Diploma in chosen specialisation.

    Semester 4 and Dissertation: Swiss SHMS and British Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in chosen specialisation


    Year 1.

    Food and Beverage Management.

    Semester 1 (5 months):

    +Food & Beverage Production and Service Theory
    +Food & Beverage Service Practice
    +Food & Beverage Production Practice
    +Food & Beverage Management
    +Food & Beverage Cost Control
    +Wine and Bar
    +Hospitality Studies
    +Accounting Principles
    +Information Systems
    +Personal Development and Communication
    +Business Industry Training
    +French or German
     
    Internship (4-6 months):

    +Practical Experience
     
    Year 2.

    Rooms Division Management.

    Semester 2 (5 months):

    +Housekeeping Management
    +Housekeeping Operations
    +Front Office and Rooms Division Management
    +Front Office Operations (OPERA)
    +Marketing
    +Financial Accounting
    +Business Communication
    +Introduction to Events
    +Introduction to Tourism and Geography
    +Banqueting and Events
    +Management Principles
    +French, German, Spanish or Mandarin
     
    Internship (4-6 months):

    +Practical Experience
     
    Year 3.

    Swiss Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management.

    Semester 3 (5 months):

    +Strategies for Yield Management
    +Human Resource Management
    +Marketing Management for the Service Industry
    +Independent Research Project
    +Managerial Accounting
    +MICE Markets and Logistics
    +Management Projects
    +Intercultural Communication
    +Facilities Design and Management
    +Hospitality Economics
    +Professional Career Development
    +French, German, Spanish or Mandarin
     
    Year 3 - Swiss Higher Diploma in Hospitality and Events Management.

    Semester 3 (5 months):

    +Strategies for Yield Management
    +Human Resource Management
    +Marketing Management for the Service Industry
    +Independent Research Project
    +Managerial Accounting
    +MICE Markets and Logistics for Events
    +Management Projects
    +Event Project Planning
    +Event Project Organisation
    +Hospitality Economics
    +Professional Career Development
    +French, German, Spanish or Mandarin
     
    Year 3 - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Hospitality Management.

    Semester 4 (5 months):

    Global Trends:

    +Contemporary Trends
    +Food and Beverage Development

    Business Strategy:

    +Strategic Management
    +Strategic Human Resource Management and Business Strategy 

    Operational Leadership:

    +Leadership across Cultures
    +International Resort and Spa Management
    +Independent Study
     
    Dissertation / Independent Study (6 weeks).

    For the period of their dissertation, students can choose between distance or on-campus learning. In both cases strong support and supervision is provided.

    Year 3 - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Hospitality and Events Management.

    Semester 4 (5 months):

    Global Trends:

    +Contemporary Trends
    +Sustainable Events Management

    Business Strategy:

    +Strategic Management
    +Public Relations and E-Marketing for Hospitality and Events

    Operational Leadership:

    +Leadership across Cultures
    +International Resort and Spa Management
    +Independent Study
     
    Dissertation / Integrated Business Project (6 weeks):

    For the period of their dissertation, students can choose between distance or on-campus learning. In both cases strong support and supervision is provided.

    Entry Requirements.

    Bachelor's Degree:

    • High-school diploma or equivalent
    • English language proficiency of IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL iBT 55 or equivalent
    • Recommended minimum age of 18 years*

    Direct Entries into Year 2 or 3 of the Bachelor's Degree:

    Direct entries into year two of the programme may be possible for students who hold appropriate academic qualifications in hospitality.

    Applicants for direct entries into the final year of the Bachelor's Degree should have:

    • Higher Diploma in a relevant field
    • English language proficiency of TOEFL iBT 65 or IELTS 5.5

    Starting Dates / Course Calendar.
     
    2019
     
    from: to:
    February: 4th February 2019 / 7th June 2019
    September: 2nd September 2019 / 24th January 2020
    November* 4th November 2019 / 3th April 2020

    2020
     
    from: to:
    February 3rd February 2020 / 5th June 2020
    September  7th September 2020 / 22nd January 2021
    November*  9th November 2020 / 9th April 2021

    2021
     
    from: to:
    February 1st February 2021 / 4th June 2021
    September  6th September 2021 / 28th January 2022
    November*  8th November 2021 / 8th April 2022

    * November intake is only available to Master of International Business in Hotel Management students.

    Application Deadline.

    You are advised to send your application as soon as possible as places are limited in the school.

    For students who require a visa to enter Switzerland it is important that you contact the Swiss Embassy in your home country to find out the length of time necessary for your visa application. In certain countries it may take up to 12 weeks for a visa to be approved.

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