Study Hospitality, Culinary & Business Management
Start your Career in Switzerland
Switzerland is one of the first countries to embrace tourism on an industrial scale. From small, family-owned hotels, to large five star and resort hotels, from city to mountain-top locations, Switzerland has it all.
Known for world-class quality and efficiency, studying in Switzerland will give you a new sense of what dependability, honesty, trustworthiness, cleanliness, and punctuality means. You will understand the importance of knowing various basic language skills. Switzerland is one of the most international nations, allowing students to gain global experience and contacts, and multi-cultural exposure in a safe and secure environment.
UNIQUE SWISS ADVANTAGES FOR STUDENTS: Study and Work in one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
6 Months Work & 6 Months Paid Internship Model
Minimum pay per month Approx Rs. 129,398.56 per month during internhip.
No IELTS/TOEFL required.Only Embassy interview & essay for English.
Multiple intakes in October,January,April,July .
Modular structure for Bachelors Degree.
Lateral entry in year three of bachelors possible.
International placements with THE SWISS EDUCATION BRAND.
One-year Diploma Program in Hospitality Management
Two-year Higher Diploma Program in Hospitality Management
Three-years Bachelor of Arts Degree in Hotel and Hospitality Management
Post Graduate Diploma in Hospitality Management
MBA in Hospitality Management
MBA in Global Management
Diploma in Culinary Management
Internship in Switzerland
Industry training is an integral part of the study program at BHMS. The school provides one sound training assignment per year in a business that has been carefully selected and chosen as a training venue. It provides an opportunity to gain paid work experience in a Swiss hospitality venue that is known throughout the world for its value during the early stages of a career. The first assignment will be in a junior support role, where a student can practice the skills that they learned during their first six months at school. Culinarians complete their industry training in that department, whereas hospitality students will complete their training in either service, housekeeping or other supportive departments. Successful students may be able to assume more responsibility and guest contact in their second year. Industry training salaries in Switzerland are negotiated between the employer and the Federal Employee Union and are presently set at minimum CHF 2'168 per month gross .
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