MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Ever since Vatel Bordeaux’s creation, I have sought to uphold what I consider to be essential values in education – rigor, excellence, ambition, consideration for individuals and respect – with our students, teachers, and the professionals who work with us. Having welcomed French-speaking students from many countries to Vatel for several years, we decided to open our Hospitality and Wine & Spirits Management courses to English-speaking students three years ago. With an unshakeable belief in the importance of constant innovation and gauging our performance against the best-in-class in global Hospitality education, we participate in international competitions on a regular basis. We derive endless pleasure from welcoming future professionals to Bordeaux.

Régis Glorieux, Founder of Vatel Bordeaux

AN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK

Campuses worldwide More than 60 student nationalities
Internship offers per student
280 French partners working with the campus every year
150 foreign partners hosting our students in more than 30 countries
% of our bachelor graduates are recruited within 6 months
76% of our MBA graduate students are recruited within 6 months
Alumni
80% are employed in the hotel and tourist management fields
20% are employed in other fields, especially luxury brand management

RECENT POSTS

atel Bordeaux - Épicuriales - Tables Vatel
13
Jun
Sticky Post
Quentin Merlet, the “Tables Vatel” Chef, will ensure the show for the 2017 Épicuriales event!

Quentin Merlet, the “Tables Vatel” Chef, will ensure the show for the 2017 Épicuriales event!   There will be innovations by the bushel for the 23rd edition of the Épicuriales with Insider by La Fourchette, a gourmet bistro where talented Chefs with a bright future will be competing with each other. The new Chef of [...]

Posted in: About Bordeaux, Blog, Bordeaux Lifestyke, Event, News from Vatel Bordeaux,
Tags: bordeaux, Épicuriales, InsiderByLaFourchette, LaFourchette, Quentin Merlet, restaurant, Tables Vatel Bordeaux, Vatel Bordeaux,
Vatel Bordeaux - Franck Descas et Quentin Merlet- Tables Vatel
30
May
Tables Vatel has a port of call in the Antilles

Tables Vatel has a port of call in the Antilles Students, supervised by Chef Franck Descas and Chef Quentin Merlet, prepared and served a Creole menu. On May 17, students doing an application week at the Tables Vatel had a unique opportunity: cooking and serving an Antilles menu, supervised by Chefs Franck Descas and Quentin [...]

Posted in: Blog, Event, News from Vatel Bordeaux, Vatel news,
Tags: event, Tables Vatel Bordeaux, Vatel Bordeaux,
Vatel Bordeaux - Graduation ceremony 2017
22
May
Graduation ceremony at an exceptional host’s Château Haut-Lagrange

Graduation ceremony at an exceptional host’s Château Haut-Lagrange An evening full of emotions and memories for MBA International Hotel Management alumni Warmly welcomed by the Château Haut-Lagrange owner, Francis Boutemy, the future alumni had the privilege of touring the vineyard and tasting several different wines. They then met for the graduation ceremony speech, given by [...]

Posted in: Event, News from Vatel Bordeaux, Student Life,
Tags: hospitality, MBA, MBA Vatel, wine,

SUCCESS STORIES


Emeric Authier
2006 graduating class, Director of Restaurant Services –
Sofitel Paris

”My graduating class was wonderful. The atmosphere within the school and the teaching staff made these years the best of my student life. I’m still in contact with friends from my class and now I’m the one offering internships for the school’s students. Today, I’m proud to say that I studied at Vatel Bordeaux.”


Matthias Cadet
2008 graduating class, founder of “Max à table!” –
Connected fast food services.

”Vatel really opened up my mind and helped me mature professionally. I worked in a variety of restaurants (luxury, brasserie-type, semi-gourmet and fast food in a wide range of posts: as a waiter and head waiter, assistant restaurant manager, operational management auditor and strategic management auditor) in several countries (France, Ireland, Malta, Réunion, London, New Zealand, etc.). Combining theory and practice allows students to acquire strong human and social skills by meeting lots of professionals in the sector.”