|In Belgium||End of secondary education certificate|
|In other countries||High School Diploma or Equivalent "A levels" or University Entry Examination|
Goal: Being introduced to management through the association of theoretical aspects and professional experience.
In an international environment, students learn
The Vatel International Business School Hotel & Tourism Management is an institution that has been preparing future Managers and Executives of the International Hospitality industry for 35 years. Its training consists of the Bachelor Degree in International Hotel Management.
Vatel Andorra programmes cover the training needs in the Hospitality industry, offering students specialised training and providing an overview of all areas of the sector. Our teaching methodology: a successful combination and balance between training practice and university education fully adapted to the new demands and current requirements of the sector.
The International Hotel Management programme is addressed to candidates who have succesfully completed High School studies and its final aim is to train future professionals in Operational Management in any hotel department. The duration of the programme is 3 years and includes 12 months of internship in three to five star hotels in Spain as well as worldwide. Students will acquire experience associated with the reality of their future profession, develop teamwork aptitudes and gain experience in their desired future environment.
Degree: VATEL Degree certified by the French State
Initial career opportunities: Operational management positions in any hotel department.
Duration of studies: 3 years
Internships: 12 months distributed in three years, in 3 to 5 star hotels selected by Vatel in the following areas: Housekeeping & Front Office, Service & Kitchen and Middle Management.
• To hold a High School Certificate or equivalent*
• To pass the Vatel admission exams.
*Foreign students will be requested a certificate from the school where the student attended high school or equivalent, entitling the holder to pursue higher education in the country of origin.
Registration Fee 1st Year*: 1.890 euros
Registration Fee 2nd Year*: 710 euros
Registration Fee 3rd Year*: 710 euros
Annual Academic Fees**: 7.820 euros
* Single payment without refund
** Annual payment without refund
Payment in advance: 3% discount (applicable on academic fees). Deferred payment: up to 10 instalments, interest free.
Step 1. Candidates must fill in the online application form, with all requested information.
Step 2. After evaluating all applications, Vatel Andorra will invite successful candidates to do the online admision exam and have an interview.
Step 3. Candidates confirm the date when they will be able to take the online admission exams and interview.
Step 4. Candidates will be informed about the results seven days after the Admission Exam.
Step 5. Candidates will be officially enrolled once administrative procedure and payment have been completed.
Management: To acquire the vocabulary and basic concepts. To understand the practical aspect of management.
Marketing: To understand the basics of marketing principles and their application.
Computer Science: To discover the world of the Internet and apply the Office tools in hotel management.
Business Economics: To understand the concept of business and its place in the economic environment.
Professional Culture: To understand the art of the profession. To awake curiosity and stimulate the taste for what surrounds us, the gastronomy among other aspects.
Initiation to Food & Beverage: To acquire general knowledge of the Restaurant industry.
Housekeeping: To explain the operation of a department closely related to hotel guests’ comfort, and the importance of control in this key department.
Human Resources: To learn the basic principles which govern Human Resource Management.
Professional Image: To learn to manage one’s image, be aware of yourself, to work on self-esteem and recognise while respecting others.
Nutrition: To know the importance of nutrition in any type of business, how to prepare, cook, serve food and drinks. To develop balanced menus taking into account the recommended nutritional intake for each person.
Enology: To bring the wine world to students, be able to recognise different types of wine, processing, wine-tasting wine pairing and serving.
French or German: To acquire a working level of the language so that you can communicate efficiently and effectively in any international context
Practical Application: To apply theoritical knowledge acquired in class in the different hotel operational departments.
Revenue Management: To provide crucial knowledge, techniques and terminology to maximise revenue and hotel profits while achieving greater profitability.