Bachelor in Hospitality Management

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The BA is prepared in 3 years or in one year as a top-up, in Paris as a full-time student, in apprenticeship for EU students or online. The Bachelor is recognised at level-6 in France (RNCP).

Students can obtain first a double diploma delivered by EHL Hospitality Business School (Lausanne) in Paris and progress to the final year of the Bachelor.

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Fouquet's Paris

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Bachelor's degree

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A partnership between world-class institutions

A diploma by EHL

Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne EHL Hospitality Business School and the Luxury Hotelschool Paris join forces to offer the vocational diploma VET by EHL in Paris, a double diploma with the Luxury Hotelschool's level-5 diploma.

The level-5 diploma is obtained in two years to progress directly into the last year of the Bachelor's.

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Approved level-6 Diploma

Approved Diploma

France Compétences registered the Bachelor's at the Luxury Hotelschool as a professional level-6 diploma in management for luxury hotels.

Restaurant Le Charles

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Restaurant Le Charles

During your Bachelor, discover the secrets of great gastronomy, study the science of wine and the protocol of high-end service in our app restaurant Le Charles.

Programme
details

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent, CEFRL C1 in French
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements and an interview
  • 1st year's content: first-level EHL certificate and luxury experience (codes of luxury, a night at the Palace, organisation of the gala and field trip in Paris)
  • 2nd year's content: EHL professional diploma (supervision of front-office and housekeeping operations, hotel etiquette and protocol, hotel accounting and budgeting, law, rooms sales and marketing, people training and development, purchasing, rooms administration and the art of butler service, hotel & restaurant concept foundation, hotel trends and innovation) plus the luxury experience (lectures mostly in French)
  • Placement: two 5-month internships provided by the school
  • Award: EHL professional level-5 diploma and French Bachelor - approved level-6 diploma
  • Typical age of students: 17-25 yo
  • Number of students: 60
  • School fees
  • Schedule: single intake in October, class until April followed by a placement from May to September, around 500 to 700 contact hours per year over 20 weeks
  • Continuing studies: Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent plus a minimum of 650/990 at TOEIC test of English Listening and Reading or 6.0 at IELTS
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements and an interview
  • PROGRAMME
  • Quality management
  • Project management
  • Business strategy
  • Corporate entrepreneurship
  • Management
  • One-week field trip in Reims to study marketing, and luxury experience
  • Placement: 5-month internship provided by the school for full-time students
  • Award: French Bachelor - approved level-6 diploma (RNCP), students can progress to the University of Derby's BA for 1 semester online Fiche RNCP
  • Typical age of students: 20-30 yo
  • Number of students: 60
  • Success rate: 90% (2020)
  • The diploma is made up of 5 blocks of competencies (management, strategy, project management, entrepreneurship and quality management) which can be validated separately.
  • Sector of activity: within the hotel industry and national and international chain, in the independent hotel industry, in high-end catering. More generally, without being exhaustive, the areas of activity are as follows: large multinational hotel groups, charming hotels, resorts and golf clubs, upscale independent hotels, new forms of accommodation (such as short-term rentals), consulting firms, application development start-ups in the hotel or restaurant sector, etc.
  • Type of job upon graduation: Assistant (deputy) director - Assistant Manager - Head of operational service (accommodation, catering, general housekeeper) / Assistant (Deputy) director - Point(s) manager of sales of one or more establishments (restaurants, bars, room service) - Events department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Events management - Banquets and seminars manager / Assistant (Deputy) Banquets and seminars manager - Sales department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Sales Department - Yield Manager / Revenue Manager - Head of Marketing Department / Assistant (Deputy) Marketing Department - Head of Finance and Accounting Department / Assistant (Deputy) Finance and Accounting Department - Head of Human Resources Department / Assistant (Deputy) Human Resources Department - Manager of a startup / Assistant (Deputy) manager.
  • School fees
  • Schedule: only one intake in October, lectures until April then placement from May to September, around 400 to 600 contact hours per year over 20 weeks

  • Continuing studies:
    Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent plus a minimum of 650/990 at TOEIC test of English Listening and Reading or 6.0 at IELTS
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements and an interview
  • PROGRAMME
  • Quality management
  • Project management
  • Business strategy
  • Corporate entrepreneurship
  • Management
  • One-week field trip in Reims to study marketing, and luxury experience
  • Placement: 5-month internship provided by the school for full-time students
  • Award: French Bachelor - approved level-6 diploma (RNCP), students can progress to the University of Derby's BA for 1 semester online Fiche RNCP
  • Typical age of students: 20-30 yo
  • Number of students: 60
  • Success rate: 90% (2020)
  • The diploma is made up of 5 blocks of competencies (management, strategy, project management, entrepreneurship and quality management) which can be validated separately.
  • Sector of activity: within the hotel industry and national and international chain, in the independent hotel industry, in high-end catering. More generally, without being exhaustive, the areas of activity are as follows: large multinational hotel groups, charming hotels, resorts and golf clubs, upscale independent hotels, new forms of accommodation (such as short-term rentals), consulting firms, application development start-ups in the hotel or restaurant sector, etc.
  • Type of job upon graduation: Assistant (deputy) director - Assistant Manager - Head of operational service (accommodation, catering, general housekeeper) / Assistant (Deputy) director - Point(s) manager of sales of one or more establishments (restaurants, bars, room service) - Events department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Events management - Banquets and seminars manager / Assistant (Deputy) Banquets and seminars manager - Sales department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Sales Department - Yield Manager / Revenue Manager - Head of Marketing Department / Assistant (Deputy) Marketing Department - Head of Finance and Accounting Department / Assistant (Deputy) Finance and Accounting Department - Head of Human Resources Department / Assistant (Deputy) Human Resources Department - Manager of a startup / Assistant (Deputy) manager.
  • School fees
  • Schedule: only one intake in October, lectures until April then placement from May to September, around 400 to 600 contact hours per year over 20 weeks

  • Continuing studies:
    Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent, CEFRL C1 in French
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements
  • Information on the apprenticeship Inofrmation (PDF in French)
  • 1st year's content: management of operations (fundamentals of service and gastronomy, housekeeping and front-office; professional grooming, professional communication and introduction to management), project management (IT tools, team project), strategy (business game), entrepreneurship (financial mathematics and accounting, introduction to marketing), and quality management (research methods)
  • 2nd year's content: operations management (advanced housekeeping and front-office, professional communication, introduction to management and languages), project management (team project), strategy (business game continued), business creation (budgeting, strategic marketing ), quality management (case studies)
  • 3rd year's content: - Quality management - Project management - Business strategy - Corporate entrepreneurship - Management
  • Award: French Bachelor - approved level-6 diploma (RNCP), students can progress to the University of Derby's BA for 1 semester online Fiche RNCP
  • The diploma is made up of 5 blocks of competencies (management, strategy, project management, entrepreneurship and quality management) which can be validated separately.
  • Sector of activity: within the hotel industry and national and international chain, in the independent hotel industry, in high-end catering. More generally, without being exhaustive, the areas of activity are as follows: large multinational hotel groups, charming hotels, resorts and golf clubs, upscale independent hotels, new forms of accommodation (such as short-term rentals), consulting firms, application development start-ups in the hotel or restaurant sector, etc.
  • Type of job upon graduation: Assistant (deputy) director - Assistant Manager - Head of operational service (accommodation, catering, general housekeeper) / Assistant (Deputy) director - Point(s) manager of sales of one or more establishments (restaurants, bars, room service) - Events department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Events management - Banquets and seminars manager / Assistant (Deputy) Banquets and seminars manager - Sales department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Sales Department - Yield Manager / Revenue Manager - Head of Marketing Department / Assistant (Deputy) Marketing Department - Head of Finance and Accounting Department / Assistant (Deputy) Finance and Accounting Department - Head of Human Resources Department / Assistant (Deputy) Human Resources Department - Manager of a startup / Assistant (Deputy) manager.
  • Schedule: only one intake in September, one day of class per week and 4 days at work, plus 6 weeks full-time over the 3 years.

  • Typical age of students: 17-25 yo
  • Number of students: 20
  • Success rate: 90% (2020)
  • Apprenticeship: the school will assit you in finding an employer
  • School fees: none, apprenticeship for EU students is free
  • Continuing studies:
    Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Admission requirements: level-5 diploma in a relevant discipline
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements
  • Information on the apprenticeship Inofrmation (PDF in French)
  • 3rd year's content: - Quality management - Project management - Business strategy - Corporate entrepreneurship - Management
  • Award: French Bachelor - approved level-6 diploma (RNCP), students can progress to the University of Derby's BA for 1 semester online Fiche RNCP
  • The diploma is made up of 5 blocks of competencies (management, strategy, project management, entrepreneurship and quality management) which can be validated separately.
  • Sector of activity: within the hotel industry and national and international chain, in the independent hotel industry, in high-end catering. More generally, without being exhaustive, the areas of activity are as follows: large multinational hotel groups, charming hotels, resorts and golf clubs, upscale independent hotels, new forms of accommodation (such as short-term rentals), consulting firms, application development start-ups in the hotel or restaurant sector, etc.
  • Type of job upon graduation: Assistant (deputy) director - Assistant Manager - Head of operational service (accommodation, catering, general housekeeper) / Assistant (Deputy) director - Point(s) manager of sales of one or more establishments (restaurants, bars, room service) - Events department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Events management - Banquets and seminars manager / Assistant (Deputy) Banquets and seminars manager - Sales department manager / Assistant (Deputy) Sales Department - Yield Manager / Revenue Manager - Head of Marketing Department / Assistant (Deputy) Marketing Department - Head of Finance and Accounting Department / Assistant (Deputy) Finance and Accounting Department - Head of Human Resources Department / Assistant (Deputy) Human Resources Department - Manager of a startup / Assistant (Deputy) manager.
  • Schedule: only one intake on September, 16th, one day of class per week and 4 days at work, plus 2 weeks full-time.

  • Typical age of students: 20-25 yo
  • Number of students: 20
  • Success rate: 90% (2020)
  • Apprenticeship: the school will assit you in finding an employer
  • School fees: none, apprenticeship for EU students is free
  • Continuing studies:
    Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 10 months
  • Brochure (in French)
    Brochure (PDF)
  • Admission requirements: Level-5 diploma or second year of a Bachelor's degree in a related subject such as management, hospitality or tourism, finance, languages, or a level-3 diploma and 2 years of exeperience in hospitality management...
    Apply online
  • Selection: based on academic achievements and experience
  • 3rd year's content: management, quality management, event management, project management, business strategy, corporate entrepreneurship
    Learn more about the content of the lectures
  • French BA (approved - RNCP) Fiche RNCP
  • Learn more about studying online:Zoom on our online programmes
  • Typical age of students: 20-40 yo
  • Number of students: 25 per cohort
  • finançable à 100% avec le CpF - moncompteformation School fees
  • Online schedule: Continuous intake, 2 to 3-hour lectures on Saturday mornings for 10 months, plus 5 hours a week of online study
  • Continuing studies: Master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management

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