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An exceptionnal UK Bachelor's degree in Paris combining French tradition of luxury with anglo-saxon management

The Princess Beatrice d’Orleans is giving a lecture about luxury to Bachelor’s students in a sumptuous banqueting room at l’Hôtel de Crillon
Understand luxury

The Bachelor at the Luxury Hotelschool brings you to the heart of luxury in the capital, in the most beautiful places where you learn to evolve naturally. Here at Hôtel de Crillon, students meet with Princess Beatrice d'Orléans for an exceptional conference on the definition of luxury.

Two first-year students are in a suite of Hotel Napoléon and try facial care.
Social skills

The Bachelor includes an educational part in savoir-être, savoir-vivre, the codes of luxury... Many seminars prepare students for their life in luxury hotels: protocol, etiquette, propriety, how to dress, to stand, and personal grooming.

First-year students are in class at the Marriott Champs-Elysées. The lecturer gives the last instructions before the presentations by groups students in groups.
Lectures and activities

Part of the lectures is organised in Parisian grand hotels, to invite their managers to participate in the lectures, but also to familiarise yourselves with life in upper-scale hotels. Here, management & leadership presentations by first year students took place at Marriott Champs-Elysées.

Group photo of first year students at the Marriott
In small groups

A class at the Luxury Hotelschool is 20 students maximum. It is rare and required for a quality education. Many activities are even organised in groups of 5 to 10 students like this day at the Marriott. This philosophy has a direct impact on school fees.

Group photo of first year students at the Marriott
With senior management

Hoteliers participate in your education. Here, a master class with Karim Gharbi, Director of Operations of Marriott Champs-Elysées about crisis management. An excellent presentation and exciting debate between the three protagonists and the students.

Second-year students spend the day at W hotel in Barcelona. They stand in front of the sign W with their lecturers.
On the field

The UK Bachelor includes two field trips: one week in Marseille and one week in Barcelona. At W hotel, the Bachelor students met the general manager and the director of operations to discuss marketing.

Programme details

  • Duration: 3 years
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent plus a minimum of 650/990 at TOEIC test of English Listening and Reading or 6.0 at IELTS
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  • Selection: on academic records (online) then direct admission or interview depending on the academic records
  • 1st year's content: operational training, management and leadership, studying for sustainability, leisure and comsumption, fundamentals of hospitality, professional development, geographies of tourism, research methods, international communication, luxury code seminars, one-week field trip studying sustainable development in the south of France (lectures are 100% in English)
  • 2nd year's content: marketing strategy and communication, destination management, business development, hospitality design, hospitality operations, research for management, IT, international communication, luxury code seminars, one-week field trip studying marketing in Barcelona (lectures are 100% in English)
  • 3rd year's content: human resource management, international hospitality operations, event management, heritage management, management challenge, extended essay, international communication, luxury code seminars (lectures are 100% in English)
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  • Placement: two 5-month internships provided by the school
  • Award: UK Bachelor's degree jointly delivered with London South Bank University
  • Typical age of students: 17-22 yo
  • Number of students: 60
  • Schedule: only one intake in October, lectures until April then placement from May to September, about 350 contact hours per year during 20 weeks
  • Fees: 14,800 Euros per year for UK and EU students and 19,800 Euros per year for international students (including lunch on days with lectures).
  • Continuing studies: master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Admission requirements: A-level or high school diploma, or any other bac equivalent, CEFRL C1 in French
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  • Selection: on academic record (online) then direct admission or interview depending on the academic records
  • 1st year's content: operational training, management of operations, customer relationship management, marketing, finance, international communication, luxury code seminars, a night at the Palace, field trip in Paris (80% in French)
  • 2nd year's content: management of operations, strategic marketing, human resources management, contemporary issues, finance, IT, international communication, luxury code seminars (60% in French)
  • 3rd year's content: negociation and sales, serious game, event management, quality management, project management, business strategy, international communication, luxury code seminars, field trip (20% in French)
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  • Placement: three 5-month internships provided by the school
  • Award: CTH Level-6 Advanced Diploma, State-approved (UK)
  • Typical age of students: 17-22 yo
  • Number of students: 60
  • Schedule: only one intake in October, lectures until April then placement from May to September, about 400 contact hours per year during 20 weeks
  • Fees: 14,800 Euros per year for UK and EU students and 19,800 Euros per year for international students (including lunch on days with lectures).
  • Continuing studies: master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Admission requirements: Level-5 diploma or second year of a Bachelor's degree in a related subject such as management, hospitaity or tourism, finance, languages, etc.
    Apply online
  • Selection: on academic record (online) then direct admission or interview depending on the academic records
  • 3rd year's content: operational training, negociation and sales, serious game, event management, quality management, project management, business strategy, international communication, luxury code seminars, one-week field trip studying luxury marketing in Reims, capital of champagne (lectures are 100% in English, some seminars in French are optional)
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  • Placement: 5-month internship provided by the school
  • Award: CTH Level-6 Advanced Diploma, State-approved (UK)
  • Typical age of students: 20-25 yo
  • Number of students: 40
  • Schedule: only one intake in October, lectures until April then placement from May to September, about 500 contact hours during 20 weeks
  • Fees: 14,800 Euros per year for UK and EU students and 19,800 Euros per year for international students (including lunch on days with lectures).
  • Continuing studies: master in International Tourism and Hospitality Management

Other Qualifications

In the restaurant of the Luxury Hotelschool, a lecturer is standing in the middle of seating first year students. They have many glasses in front of them, ready to discover wine and French gastronomy.
French Bachelor

The French Bachelor is a management programme. Some of the lectures are in English as the level of English is the first criterion for the recruitment of young graduates in the luxury hotel industry. Studied in 3 years, the French Bachelor includes three 5-month placements.

An heir to the Deutz family is in the family house richly decorated to tell the story of this champagne house to Top-up Bachelor students, during their trip trip to Reims.
Top-up Bachelor

The Top-up Bachelor is a 1-year management programme with a focus on operations management. Taught in English, it includes a training in operations, luxury attitude and management, plus a 5-month placement.