The Master of International Business in Hotel & Resort Management (with Specialisation) includes hands-on shadowing in areas of operations management within Swiss Hotel Management School, ensuring students acquire the skills and competencies that will enhance their degree of employability.
The modules ‘Developing International Business Leadership Skills’ and ‘Operations and Project Management’ allow students to apply these theories and strategies.
Housed in former traditional Swiss Palace hotels, Swiss Hotel Management School is focused on "Learning By Doing". Lavish banqueting halls, a grand theatre, fully equipped wet and dry spas and multiple restaurants combined with courses validated by our UK university partner enables a fully encompassing hospitality operations education.
The Swiss Hotel Management School offers an exciting range of programmes founded upon the internationally recognized Swiss traditions and focuses on global trends, business strategy and operational leadership. Students who join the international hotel school learn the art of Swiss Hospitality Management and develop the principles of the Swiss Hospitality Touch.
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At least 3 year(s) of work experience are required.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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