International hotel management

General

Program Description

The International Hotel Management program is aimed at candidates who have successfully passed the Baccalaureate studies and whose ultimate goal is to train future professionals in Operational Management for any hotel department. The duration of the program is of 3 years and it is combined with 12 months of internships in hotels of three to five stars both in Spain and in the world. They acquire, in this way, experiences related to the reality of their future profession, develop skills for teamwork and experience the environment to which they are directed.

Title: VATEL certificate certified by the French State.

Professional outputs: Perform operational management positions in any hotel department.

Duration of studies: 3 years

Practices: 12 months distributed over three years, in hotels from 3 to 5 stars selected by Vatel. The practices are structured as follows:

  • 1st year of study - ACCOMMODATION AND RECEPTION (4 months, from May to August) in a hotel in Spain.
  • 2nd year of study - ROOM AND KITCHEN (4 months, from May to August) preferably in a hotel in an English-speaking country.
  • 3rd year of study - INTERMEDIATE JEFATURIA (6 months, from March to August) in a hotel anywhere in the world.

Language of classes: Spanish (non-Spanish-speaking students must have level B2 of Spanish). Progressively, students will receive classes in English (up to 30% of their teaching hours).

Price

  • € 9,380 - 1st year
  • € 8,200 - 2nd year
  • € 8,200 - 3rd year
Last updated Feb 2018

About the School

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