Housed in former traditional Swiss Palace hotels in Caux and Leysin, Swiss Hotel Management School’s generous facilities allow for a hands-on delivery of Hotel, Resort, Events, and Spa management programmes.
This “Learning By Doing” approach has long been the stronghold of traditional Swiss hospitality education. Lavish banqueting halls, a grand theatre, fully equipped wet and dry spas and a multitude of inclusive restaurants with various cuisine options enable students to experience hospitality operations first hand. In tandem with its strong UK university partner, the school develops graduates who can both implement their ideas in a working environment and lead the required processes, making them absolutely employment-ready.
The Swiss Hotel Management School offers an exciting range of programmes founded upon the internationally recognized Swiss traditions and focuses on global trends, business strategy and operational leadership. Students who join the international hotel school learn the art of Swiss Hospitality Management and develop the principles of the Swiss Hospitality Touch.
Students from more than 80 nationalities study in two exceptional settings, which offer a unique learning environment, steeped in the heritage of the Swiss hospitality tradition. The historic Caux Palace campus overlooks the Swiss Riviera and the Leysin campus is housed in two former hotels in the stunning Swiss Alps.Know More
High-school diploma or equivalentEnglish Language Proficiency of IELTS 5.5 or Toefl Ibt 55 or equivalentRecommended minimum age of 18 years*
Direct Entries into Year 2 or 3 of the Bachelor's Degree
Direct entries into year two of the programme may be possible for students who hold appropriate academic qualifications in hospitality.Applicants for direct entries into the final year of the Bachelor's Degree should have:Higher Diploma in a relevant fieldEnglish language proficiency of TOEFL iBT 55 or IELTS 5.5
Recognized Bachelor's Degree or at least 3 years of work experience in a supervisory position in any industryEnglish language proficiency of IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL iBT 55 or equivalentRecommended minimum age of 21 years
Master of International Business in Hotel Management
Recognized Bachelor's DegreeEnglish language proficiency of IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 67 or equivalentRecommended minimum age of 21 years
Master of International Business in Hotel & Resort Management (with Specialization)
Recognized Bachelor's Degree or at least 3 years of work experience in a supervisory position in the hospitality, tourism or related industryEnglish language proficiency of IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL iBT 55 or equivalentRecommended minimum age of 21 years
Direct Entry into Semester 2 of the Master of International Business
Successful completion of a Postgraduate Diploma from any Swiss Education Group school (with internship) OrBachelor's Degree in Hotel Management (or related discipline) with a minimum of four months work experienceEnglish language proficiency of TOEFL iBT 55 or IELTS 5.5 or equivalentRecommended minimum age of 21 years
Master of Science in International Hospitality Management
Bachelor's Degree with honors (minimum 2:2) in Hospitality Management / Events Management and at least 8 months relevant work experience in the industryEnglish language proficiency of TOEFL iBT 80 or IELTS 6.0Mature applicants with over 5 years supervisory work experience may be considered without higher qualifications
SHMS offers their courses in two intakes that is Febraury and September, every year.
* November intake is only available to Master of International Business in Hotel Management students (Winter holiday accommodation included)
Step 1: Application Form
Step 2: Provisional Acceptance
Step 3: Acceptance and Visa
Discover the International Recruitment Forum
The twice-yearly International Recruitment Forum is exclusive to Swiss Education Group's schools. Held in Montreux, Switzerland, it gathers industry leaders from around the world to meet, interview and recruit students. Know More
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