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Institut Paul Bocuse & emlyon business school

MSc in International Hospitality Management

This MSc in International Hospitality Management is offered in partnership between emlyon business school and Institut Paul Bocuse. Institut Paul Bocuse is a world-renowned school of hospitality management and gastronomy, and emlyon business school, one of Europe’s top business schools devoted to lifelong learning for entrepreneurial and international management. Taking place in France and in China this program provides students with a broad view of the industry, general management knowledge and specialist know-how as it pertains to the global hospitality industry. The teaching methods providing a balance between theory, analysis, creativity, and practical projects, aim at offering a comprehensive learning experience, fully preparing students for their management career in the international hospitality industry. The program ends with a 4 to 6 month internship.
Entry requirements: A Bologna compliant bachelor’s degree from a non – French Institution / A minimum of an M1 (Bac +4) is required for those who are holding a degree from a French Institution
Duration: 16 months
Location: Lyon (France), Paris (France), Shanghai (China)
Language: English
Selection: online application + Official Management Aptitude Test Score (optional) + English Proficiency test (optional)  + video exercise
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

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27-02-2018

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Intervenants :

  • Eric Vogler - Head of the program on behalf of emlyon business school
  • Martine Ferry - Director of the program on behalf of Institut Paul Bocuse
  • 00:20

    The Pitch

    01:40

    Do we need a degree or professional experience in hospitality to apply?

    03:46

    Does this program allow specialization, such as in choosing hotels or restaurants, or is it more general?

    06:13

    Where will my degree come from? Emlyon or the Institut Paul Bocuse?

  • 07:15

    I have been teaching French literature the past three years and would like to change careers. Can I apply to the school or am I stuck?

    09:42

    Moving three times in 16 months – once internationally – is a lot. Do you help us find housing in each city?

    11:11

    What is the international diversity of the program group?

    14:16

    Do we have the opportunity with the school to dine at Paul Bocuse’s famous restaurant?

  • 15:20

    Three Words Max

    16:31

    Are classes at the Institut Paul Bocuse or at Emlyon? What is each institute responsible for in this program?

    18:43

    What is the curriculum for consulting in Shanghai?

    20:14

    How do we get to apply classroom learning practically? Can you tell me more about hands-on projects, please?

  • 23:06

    How do students usually find their internships? What kinds of opportunities do they usually get?

    25:32

    Does the school have any partnerships with hotel groups or other potential employers?

    29:09

    At some of the large luxury hotels I see employees with a double-key lapel pin. What is this?

    30:20

    The Expert Question

  • 30:31

    The Expert Question: The program is keen on the excellence of Asian hospitality. I thought the French were the best! What’s the secret of Asian hospitality, and how does it differ from the rest of the world?

    33:37

    Do I need to speak French to be admitted into this program?

    34:36

    What’s the employment rate of your alumni and where do they work?

    36:48

    Who are the teachers? I didn’t find any information about the faculty on the program site.

  • 38:08

    Conclusion