Study luxury hospitality management as a top-up for one year after any level-5 diploma. Learn more...
The school jointly delivers the top-up programme with an accredited UK institution. Students prepare CTH Level 6 Professional Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management, a State-approved diploma delivered by the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality. The diploma allows students to progress to the Masters's degree and can be converted to a Bachelor's degree.
The level-6 diploma is delivered in Paris and entirely taught in English.
The program is not specialised and covers all aspects of hospitality management. The school brings a focus on luxury hotel management including a training in luxury operations management. Students in 2018 have evaluated the quality of the programme as excellent with a global evaluation at 80%.
The number of graduates is limited to 50 per year. Smaller groups of 10 students are formed for practical work, language lessons and luxury seminars. Visit the application page to learn more about admission requirements and school fees.Degrees in France Apply
A complete management program that includes operations management for the luxury hotel industry. Learn more...
Students discover the fundamentals of hospitality, tourism, management and operations. A serious game allows students to practice their strategic and marketing skills in teams, as they virtually manage a set of competing hotels.
A five-month internship concludes this intensive programme. Students must hold a level-5 diploma to enter the programme.Admission requirements Master's degree
Study project and event management in this program that combines theory and practical application. Learn more...
The top-up includes practical work in the school's restaurant. Students learn the basis of gastronomy and service and practice their guest relations in a protected environment, a necessary preparation to their first internship in a luxury hotel.
Top-up students are in charge of organising the gala dinner, a high-level banquet on a theme chosen by them. They will organise the event, managed as a project, and also supervise first year students in charge of operations.Gala dinner (Rio carnival)
A one-week field trip in the Champagne region is included to study the marketing of luxury products on the field. Learn more...
We take the top-up students to Reims in the Champagne region for a week on a field trip to discover luxury products. We have lunch at l'Assiette champenoise, a 3-star Michelin restaurant.
Field trips are a part of the UK model of educations. Organised in December, it is a moment for team building and a time to socialise with students.Field trips
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Students in 2018 have evaluated the quality of the programme as excellent with a global positive evaluation at 80%.
The number of graduates is limited to 40 per year with all the lectures in groups of 20 students top, and 4 groups of 10 students for practical work, language lessons and luxury seminars. Visit the application page to learn more about admission requirements and school fees.Apply
2018 Field trip in Champagne with the top-up students
Strategic impact of the business environment
Financial analysis of operations
Quality managementProject management F&B operations
Rooms division operationsLuxury attitude Luxury hotel visit Field trip in Champagne 5-month internship
“The 3200 hotels of the Hilton group around the world need high- level profiles like yours.” Serge Ethuin, General Manager Hilton Paris and sponsor of the 2007 cohort
“Hoteliers have a passion for hospitality and a very particular attention to detail! Luxury means attention to detail...” Michel Jauslin, Vice-president for Europe, Hyatt and sponsor of the 2005 cohort
ESH Paris Hotelschool is the first hotel school in the world dedicated to luxury. This family institution founded 30 years ago is the specialist of international luxury hotel management.
The school offers UK Bachelor and Master's degree taught in English in Paris, combining French tradition of gastronomy and luxury hospitality, and anglo-saxon management skills.
Each year, a luxury hotel sponsors the graduations and signs the diplomas as did the Ritz in 1996, Crillon in 1997, Lutetia, Le Bristol, Shangri-La Paris, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, Prince de Galles, Raphaël, Fouquet's...Apply