Program brief

This programme is a specialised degree in Hospitality. You will develop the commercial expertise to give you the competitive edge needed to add value to your potential organisation. Also expect a hands-on practical environment, with immersion in-and-around the Hospitality industry as well as industry experienced lecturers with know-hows and networks.

You will have the opportunity to study a range of fundamental and specialised courses that will enable you to acquire and understand the key skills, concepts and techniques to succeed.

It will also provide you with an up-to-date academically challenging and relevant management education in the field of Hospitality.

This program is designed for Students who have already finished minimum 2 years of relevant hospitality training and wish to obtain a Swiss Bachelor of hospitality Management. The program mixes bachelor level theory and practical skills. It’s a very intensive program and includes a 4 to 6 months internship in the 12 months intensive program.

  • Airlines Companies
  • Hotels
  • Resorts
  • Restaurants
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Event Management
  • and many more.


1 years / 90 ECTS


Onsite in September and February


  1. High school or equivalent (demanded level depend on country of high school degree)
  2. IELTS 5.5 or equivalent
  • Passed all courses
  • Passed all internship
  • Passed final project


ISO, ATHE, Eduqua

Program Details

Examples of courses
Accounting Beverage Operations and Management
Fundamentals of Management Food and Beverage Management
IT Applications Food and Beverage Revenue Management
Personal Development Skills Introduction to Culinary and Kitchen Hygiene
Principles of Marketing Introduction to Food and Beverage Operations
Professional Development Skills Room Division
Team Development Skills Facilities Management
Human Resource Management Legal Aspects for Hospitality and Tourism
Entrepreneurship Revenue and Profit Management
Rooms Division Management
Service Quality Management
Sustainable Operations in Hospitality and Tourism
Honours Seminar Series
Strategic Hospitality Management
Research Methodology