Tourism Masters degree European

Master's Degree

Programme Prépa
  • Titre d’Etat français certifié niveau I
  • Total Credits : 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfert System)

Admission requirements :

In france

Baccalauréat +2/+3 additional studies**

In Belgium

Certificat de fin d'études secondaires
+3 additional studies**

In Spain

Bachillerato +3 additional studies**

In Switzerland

Maturité +3 additional studies**

In other countries

Undergraduate Degree**

**Students who have studied in the Hospitality branch for 3 years after High School can enter directly into Management 4 if their file is accepted.

English Proficiency: TOEFL 580 (90IBT) ou IELTS 6.0 (academic) + one-page personal essay or a cover letter written in English.

Duration of studies :

2 ½ years**

Training objective :

Acquiring analytic and decision-making methods, as well as practical managerial experience. Developing an open mind set on business in general in order to cultivate entrepreneurial qualities, especially in the fields of tourism and the international hospitality industry.

Title and Degrees awarded :

Programme Management 4 State level I degree registered in the National Repertory of Professional Certifications by the April 5, 2012 by-law set forth by the French Minister of Labor, Employment and Health and published in the French Republic Official Journal on April 14, 2012.

Equivalent certifications

European or international agreements

•Master in Tourism Management, majoring in the International Hospitality Industry

•International Hotel Administration

•Hotel, Restaurant and Catering Management

• Professional Master's Degree

• Master degree in International Hotel Management

• European MBA in International Hotel Management

- MBA in International Hotel & Tourism Management
Degree awarded by Eurhodip

Foundation year programme

Whatever students had studied before joining Vatel, they will be faced with the realities of this profession as well as operational management in the Hospitality and Tourism industries. Students end their School year with an internship in Europe or in a foreign country.

Whichever sector the student previously studied, the student encounters field training and operational management in hospitality and tourism. They conclude the year with an internship carried out in France.

English I
- Moving from school level English, to a professional standard.

Professional Culture
- Understanding the past to anticipate for future needs.
- Arousing curiosity and learning to use the trade press and general media.

Look & Behaviour
- Acquiring the appropriate image, being aware of one’s self, having self confidence to enhance this image.
- Asserting one’s self, while respecting the other.

Negotiations
- Learning the basics of negotiation and preparing one’s self to negotiating agreements at different levels in the enterprise.

Intercultural Management
- Opening up to diverse cultures and understanding them.
- Understanding the different forms of management in the world.

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