The Industry Training is offered in all the Study Programs at B.H.M.S. During the Industry Training, the students complete a paid-internship and gain experience in the diverse areas of the Hospitality Industry.
This experience is an opportunity to apply the knowledge received in the academic classes into practice, but not just that. The students will also make important connections and develop many professional and personal skills which it is essential to advance in the career.
Today we share a Testimonial from Maria Rebeiz, from Denmark, who is pursuing a Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management and currently completing her internship at the Chanel Store in Zurich:
"The greatest trait about our field is the people. This is an understanding I have come to through the classes taught at B.H.M.S., and what an amazing opportunity it is to experience it first hand at the world’s leading customer relations retail company.
My passion has always been within the service sector. The joy of accommodating people does not only get fulfilled in hotels, it very much happens at high-end luxury retail companies as well. Working for Chanel has shown me new ways to provide the best service possible.
Applying the study theories into real work experience has been such an exciting experience.
My dream has always been to work in guest relations. This is the fundamental reason I persuaded a hospitality degree. Costumer relations and clientele, as well as hospitality, is for me much more than solely in hotels or restaurants; it is and should be in every field where service is required.”
We also have recent examples of students and their internships below:
Dario Subasic, from Croatia, is pursuing a Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management and currently doing his internship at the Swissever Hotel in Zug, Switzerland.
Jenny Röring, from Sweden, a student from the first year of the Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management, is current doing her internship in the luxurious Boutique Hotel B2 in Zurich.
Karesz Bihari, from Hungary, a student from the first year of the Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management, is current doing his internship at the Restaurant Spices in the Bürgenstock Resort in Lucerne.
Seres Dani, from Hungary, a student from the second year of the Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management, is current doing his internship at the Oak Grill Restaurant located in the Bürgenstock Resort.
You can also read more about the benefits about completing an internship during the studies and how this experience helps to boost your career.
Read more about B.H.M.S.:
Our Study Programs:
Hotel and Hospitality Management
Global Business Management