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Manager en hôtellerie
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Bachelor in International
Hotel Management
Directeur en hôtellerie
internationale
MBA in International
Hotel Management

AT VATEL, YOU CAN TRY YOUR HAND AT DIFFERENT PROFESSIONS



EXPLORE NEW TERRITORIES

From your first year, you will work in the hotel and catering trades.
Then in the second year, you will make your international début!
By your third year, you will have already gained a solid background and will have a clear idea which sector you prefer most. Then you can start developing your knowledge of that sector in greater detail.
On the menu: Luxury and International Hospitality, Events and Catering or Entrepreneurship.
These 3 options are not intended to lock you into any one field, but rather to open your options in a number of trades.



SPECIALIZATIONS TO STREAMLINE YOUR CAREER PATH

Once you’re in your 4th year and have a clear idea of your career path, then you can move to another campus to specialise in your fifth year. 

11 specialist subjects choose from: 

  • Luxury management in Paris,
  • Revenue Management in Lyon,
  • Event Management in Nîmes,
  • International Wine & Spirits Management in Bordeaux,
  • Entrepreneurial management in Nantes,
  • Management of Immersion Tourism on Reunion Island,
  • Sales & E-Marketing Management in Brussels,
  • Finance & Project Development in Geneva,
  • Resort Management in Mauritius,
  • Management of Eco Tourism in Madagascar,
  • American Hospitality Management and International Business in Los Angeles

The education at Vatel is complete and prepares you to hold different positions in the Hospitality sector throughout your International career 

 

“The theoretical courses helped me be able to step back and the practical experience courses helped me hone my organizational abilities. By linking both of them together, I learned how to use the right tool at the right time and to ask myself the right questions. [...] I not only learned how to manage teams, but especially how to have the proper managerial style according to the age, experience or nationality of the staff members I’m talking to.“

André KAMIN
Class of 2013
Executive Assistant Manager in charge of Food & Beverege
Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa, French Polynesia


“When I was doing my internship, I realized how much I had learned at Vatel. When we had meetings with other departmental heads, each time I had to give a recommendation or make a decision, I applied the methods I learned at school: the marketing mix, a SWOT analysis, etc. Using what you’ve learned, your strategic decisions and know-how, that’s what makes the workplace somewhere where you can realize your potential, projects and dreams.”

Saman NOUROZI
Class of 2017
Assistant Restaurant Manager
Alhazm Shopping Center, Doha, Qatar


“The theoretical courses helped me be able to step back and the practical experience courses helped me hone my organizational abilities. By linking both of them together, I learned how to use the right tool at the right time and to ask myself the right questions. [...] I not only learned how to manage teams, but especially how to have the proper managerial style according to the age, experience or nationality of the staff members I’m talking to.“


Frédéric RIBAUD
Class of 1997
Area General Manager
Accor Hotels Group, Chile and Peru


“More than just a school, there’s a ‘Vatel spirit’ and ‘Vatel values.’ Human values that teach you humility, while serving others and welcoming them. Vatel made me a ‘hands-on’ person, close to the men and women with whom I work as well as a man who knows what he wants and who believes in his own values.”


Jean-Philippe PELOU-DANIEL
Class of 1990
General Manager
La Part-Dieushopping center, Lyon, France


“I love the almost military like inspections that some of our professors and supervisors carried out for our Vatel uniforms. So I had a lot of fun complying with the school’s ‘rules of the game’”.

Julien MARECHAL 
Class of 2014
Regional E-Commerce Senior Manager
EMEA at Meliá Hotels International, Paris, France


“My education at Vatel taught me all the different kinds of work there are in hospitality. With my internships and today in my professional life, I can see that the entire profession knows that Vatel students know how to work efficiently. From the very beginning, Vatel makes everyone want to do their best. Its curriculum gives us the tools that help us get out of our comfort zone and push our limits.”


Ana Sofía DÍAZ DURÁN
Class of 2009
Deputy Director at the Mexico Tourism Board
Paris, France


“I really appreciated the Vatel International Business Game week, even though the results did not live up to my hopes. My taste for competition showed itself during this week and I learned a lot on how to lead a group when working towards a shared goal. In addition, that allowed us to use all of our theoretical knowledge and our experience when we had to manage a hotel or resort for a week.”


Adrien MARSEILLE
Class of 2015
Purchasing Assistant Manager
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, France


“Every day I apply what I learned at Vatel when I’m at work. Just like during my theoretical courses and my application courses. Vatel taught me to be curious and to know how to communicate with all nationalities. Very priceless knowledge, as our client base is made up of 80% of Chinese and 20% of Western guests.Respecting other cultures, standards and regulations; assiduity and concentration; autonomy and taking initiatives are just some of the qualities required to succeed in the job I have today.”


Quentin LAURENT
Class of 2016
Assistant Director Food & Beverege
Fairmont Hotel, Beijing, China



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