After their undergraduate studies in the Bachelor in International Hotel Management program, students will have spent a minimum of 10 months in operational internships in their 1st and 2nd years. Those who continue with their MBA in international Hotel Management, will have an extra 6 months in managerial positions.
Vatel schools both develop and maintain close and long-term partnerships with the hospitality industry. They collect internship vacancies to be able to assign them to each student, considering:
- The students’ academic levels;
- The language in which students will be doing their internships.
Partner hotels will host an operational intern, one whose profile completely matches.
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