Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management

Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management

Le Cordon Bleu Paris
Paris, France

€42,000

Taxes included

Format
On Campus
Languages
English
Duration
3 years
Start date
September 2020

Course overview

The Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management is a double degree created together by Paris-Dauphine University and Le Cordon Bleu Paris. In 3 years, it offers excellent training in management and French savoir-vivre, in the hospitability business and in a multicultural environment.

What you will learn

Graduates are trained to undertake various careers in the food industry, including Accomodation Management, Catering and Beverage Management, Customer Experience Management, Event Creation, as well as Finance and Marketing functions in the Catering and Hotel Industry. Le Cordon Bleu Paris has created this double degree with a renowned partner. Paris-Dauphine University is establishing a strong international reputation in management, 25th in the Financial Times world ranking in the best Business School category for Finance diplomas.

Course details

Who is the course for?

Baccalaureate holders wishing to become experts in the international hotel and catering sector thanks to training that combines academic teaching, several international experiences, practical applications and field visits, as well as professional meetings supervised by an experienced teaching team. Students wishing to strengthen their management skills in the culinary arts or luxury catering and hotel business. Graduates will have opportunities to pursue careers in the following fields: Hotel Management | Customer Experience Management | Accommodation Director | Event manager, receptions and banquets | Catering and catering manager | Director Food and Beverage | Human Resources Manager | Financial Controller | Internal Public Relations
Format
On Campus
Languages
English
Duration
3 years
Start date
September 2020
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