Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne has released an inspirational analysis of two years of extensive market research and exclusive interviews with prominent business leaders. The study provides reader-friendly reflection on some of the most important forces that are shaping today’s world and their long-term impact on the hospitality industry.
The key questions for EUHOFA members as educators are equally valid for the industry. Does hospitality education and training really tackle these important dimensions that encapsulate being hospitable and can that be taught in the classroom?
Boston University School of Hospitality Admin launches first graduate program, Master of Management in Hospitality
This one-year program, beginning in July 2017, will serve as a gateway into a hospitality leadership career for individuals with or without industry experience.
With 80% of the curriculum available through a novel distance learning platform, busy professionals will be given access to a unique learning experience without getting sidetracked from their career.
MicroMasters is a first-of-its-kind credential with a pathway to credit, designed for learners looking for a lifelong learning opportunity to advance their careers or follow a path to an accelerated on-campus programme.
The successful businessman shared his inspiring vision of the hospitality industry, his take on talent management, and briefly touched on the potential collaborations between Jumeirah Group and EHL.
New joint program between the two Swiss institutions prepares high school students for global careers in hospitality.
The ‘INNovation Room’ is a new program designed to unlock and nurture creativity among hotel management school students. It's a competition for groups of students to pitch ideas to a panel of judges, with the aim of creating a more innovative guest experience at the Park Inn by Radisson hotels.
LaTour's research examines the ways in which marketing messages influence consumers’ perceptions and memory of hedonic experiences, with a particular focus on wine and gambling. She is also developing a course called Luxury Marketing for students pursuing jobs in the wine industry.
IHG is one of the first hospitality companies to include a CSR immersion project that requires graduates to fundraise money to go do volunteer work abroad in their graduate programme.