If you are looking for studies abroad and would like to pursue an international career, you should consider studying Hospitality & Hotel Management. But does it mean you will become a hotelier? Not necessarily. The service industry, whose Hospitality is part of, is diverse, and includes many sectors such as banking, real estate, finance, insurance, marketing, and luxury. In fact, a growing percentage of graduates in Hospitality & Hotel Management are absorbed by companies outside the hotel industry or assume positions not directly related to the hotel operations.

 

Hospitality Management, on the other hand, also provides a wide range of career paths. By choosing a hospitality management course, students and graduates develop important soft skills, which are in demand right now by employers in every sector of the services industry.

A recent survey reported in the FinancialTimes revealed the five skills rated as most important by leading employers and they are related to Communication, Cultural Awareness, Ability to solve complex problems and Leadership, all skills acquired during a study program in Hospitality.
Recruiters agree that many students coming out of traditional business schools may not have acquired these soft skills.

At BHMS, we have tailored our Bachelor's and Master's Degrees programs to ensure that students can meet the requirements of the services industry. Some of the programs may include courses like human resource management, business communication, sales & marketing and personal development.  

BHMS  is one of the very few schools officially recognized by the government as "Swiss Federal College of Higher Education" - all the courses take place in English and during the study period, students can improve their German, French or Italian language skills which will prove to be very helpful at their internship placement.

In addition to this, internships expose the BHMS students to the working environment during the studies. The Industry Training, part of the hotel school curriculum, allow students to test the knowledge they've earned in class and gain experience from the international working environment while developing further skills - something that gives them a significant advantage for their first career step.

For the Bachelor's Degree, students have 2 pathways ­- in the third year they can continue their studies and graduate in Hospitality Management or choose the Global Business Management course.

Finally, you are already aware that Switzerland is the birthplace and worldwide leader in the Hospitality management education.

The country is filled with breathtaking landscapes and is very safe for students.

As Switzerland exploits its location at the heart of Europe, BHMS students have an advantage of traveling easily all around Europe.

Here is your chance to discover more about studying in Switzerland and find out how a Degree in Business or Hospitality Management at BHMS can take your career to a higher level.

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Read more about B.H.M.S.:

Why B.H.M.S.?  |  Accreditation  |  Paid Industry Training in Switzerland  |  Location

 

 

Our Study Programs:  

 

Hotel and Hospitality Management

Diploma in Hospitality Management                    |     MBA Degree in Hospitality Management

Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management     |     M.Sc Degree in International Hospitality Business Management

Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management   |     Postgraduate Diploma Hospitality Management

 

Global Business Management

Bachelor Degree in Global Management

MBA Degree in Global Business Management

 

 

Culinary Arts

Diploma Culinary Arts

Higher Diploma Culinary Arts

Bachelor Degree in Culinary Arts

Postgraduate Diploma in Culinary Arts