Undergraduate

BACHELOR IN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Explore a world full of opportunities and build strong foundations for your career

This program provides students with comprehensive knowledge of management, team-building and executive functions in an international environment with the final objective of meeting the current industry requirements to become an operational manager.

DURATION

3 YEARS

INTERNSHIP

2 MANDATORY
1 OPTIONAL (4 TO 6 MONTHS)

INTAKES

2

OVERVIEW OF COURSES

BACHELOR YEAR 1

INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

Management I Marketing I Human Resources I Computer Sciences I Company Economics I Professional Culture I Self-Image I Hygiene & Safety I Nutrition I Wine vintages I Company Discovery Tours I Conferences/Workshops I First foreign language I Second foreign language I F & B Environment I Hospitality Industry Environment I Professional practices

BACHELOR YEAR 1

INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY & TOURISM MANAGEMENT

Operational internship in a company: 4 months (minimum)

BACHELOR YEAR 2

CONSOLIDATION OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM BASICS

Management I Marketing I Human Resources I Computer Sciences I Legal culture I Economy of tourism I Economic Environment I Current events in the hospitality industry I Oral Communication I Nutrition I Worldwide wine vintages I First foreign language I Second foreign language I Profesional practices I Bachelor year 1 internship report

BACHELOR YEAR 2

CONSOLIDATION OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM BASICS

Operational internship in a company, in Europe or in a foreign country (depending on your student visa’s conditions): 4 months (minimum)

Option: Marco Polo International Exchange Program

BACHELOR YEAR 3

CONSOLIDATION OF HOSPITALITY AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Introduction to cost control I Marketing I Human Resources I Taxation I Computer Sciences I Career project I Multicultural Management I Hospitaly Sales I Wine, beer & spirits  I Geopolitics I Tourism & Travelling I Negociation I First foreign language I Second foreign language I Managerial experience I Bachelor year 2 internship report

BACHELOR YEAR 3

CONSOLIDATION OF HOSPITALITY AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Operational or Administrative internship in a company in Europe or in a foreign country (depending on your student visa’s conditions): 6 months

DEGREES AWARDED

EUROPEAN BACHELOR’S DEGREE:

Bachelor in International Hotel Management (French State Certified Degree Level II)

European Bachelor’s Degree in International Hotel Management awarded by Eurhodip (optional)

EQUIVALENT CERTIFICATIONS:

Bachelor in Hotel Management,
Professional Bachelor’s Degree

Total Credits: 180 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)

State-approved level II degree registered in the National Repertory of Professional Qualifications pursuant to the April 5, 2012
by-law set forth by the French Minister of Labor, Employment and Health and published in the Official Journal of the French Republic on April 14, 2012.

STUDY ABROAD

Through our Marco Polo student exchange program, we give you the opportunity to spend the second year of your Bachelor’s degree at one of the VATEL schools partner establishments. Experience of working and studying in a multi-cultural environment is highly appreciated by professionals.

THEY CHOSE THE MARCO POLO EXPERIENCE


Romain de Charnacé
Bachelor student on the Marco Polo program in Manila

“What’s really interesting in this program is that we have the opportunity to study abroad and we are encouraged to extend this period with an internship. I think you really learn a lot from seeing how things are done elsewhere from a professional point of view, and not just as a student.”


Regina Sabirova
Bachelor student from Vatel Kazan

“I chose Vatel Bordeaux to find out more about this very specific French art of hospitality that the whole world envies. As soon as I arrived, I was able to experience it: both staff members and students put me at ease on my very first day and the only hard thing for me was the French language classes. But I progressed really quickly by going to the movies with my friends, for example, and always speaking French with them.”