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Campuses

2 IDEALLY LOCATED CAMPUSES IN BORDEAUX

680 students – 52 nationalities – Courses in English or French

‘LES HALLES’ CAMPUS
IN THE HEART OF A HOTEL & TOURISM HUB

Programs
• Bachelor in International Hotel Management
• European Bachelor of Management in Hospitality & Tourism

General facilities
9 classrooms including 7 customisable ones – 1 IT room
1 auditorium Magellan (90 seats) – 1 multimedia Library
1 tasting room (wine & spirits)

NEW: 3 classrooms with interactive screen & collaborative video conferencing equipment

‘LES CHARTRONS’ CAMPUS
IN THE HEART OF THE WINE MERCHANTS’ DISTRICT

Programs
• MBA in International Hotel Management
• European MBA in Hotel & Tourism
• MBA Specialisation: International Wine & Spirits Management

General facilities
10 classrooms including 5 customisable ones – 1 IT room
1 tasting room (wine & spirits) – 1 multimedia Library

NEW: 3 classrooms with interactive screen & collaborative video conferencing equipment

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INFRASTRUCTURE

 4* European Ecolabel certified hotel  with 11 rooms and 1 suite

•  Front desk reserved for training purposes

•  The bistronomic ‘Tables Vatel’ restaurant & its beautiful indoor garden patio

•  A lounge bar

• 1 banquet room overlooking the Garonne River

• 7 Meeting rooms for workshops, conferences, meetings…

• 2 Training kitchens

IDEAL WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Overlooking the banks of the Garonne River (‘‘Chartrons’’ Campus) and in front of la ‘‘Cité du Vin’’ museum (‘‘Les Halles’’ Campus)

Stimulating multicultural experiences680 students & 52 nationalities

10 minutes from the city center by tram

Only 2 tram stops between each campus

THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISE (RS2E) IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE

In 2016 & 2017, Vatel Bordeaux became the first hospitality school to be awarded the “European Ecolabel” and “Tourism & Disability” certifications, in line with the aims of the School’s general educational project.

1st hotel school to be certified «European Ecolabel»

‘‘Our priority is to prepare the future young professionals to adhere to the Social Responsibility of the Educational Enterprise (RS2E). The best way to achieve this is to give them the opportunity to apply daily the good practices of sustainable development in our entities’’.
Regis Glorieux, President & Founder of Vatel Bordeaux

Our first priority: an inclusive sense of service 

«We are committed to offering a personalised welcome to our students with disabilities and training them to duly and warmly welcome every guest, including guests with a hearing, visual, mental or motor disability. Our blind dinner organized regularly at the ‘’Tables Vatel’’ restaurant
with the help of the students on practicals and the participation of the association “Group for the Integration of People with Physical Disabilities” * (GIHP) perfectly illustrates this desire».
Ludovic Glorieux, Dean of Vatel Bordeaux

If you have a disability, please contact us so that we can help and guide you in your application and procedures.

A “Corporate Educative Social Responsibility” Charter asserts this global and overarching approach.

It is based on 5 key principles:

Controlling energy consumption

Reducing waste, combating obsolescence

Encouraging sustainable mobility

Prioritizing sustainable purchases

Making a greater contribution to society