First year of the four-years Bachelor in Hotel Management program at ESH Paris

Bachelor first year

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Teaching method

Manuals are included in the school's fees. Lessons in English include guided learning, discussions and sessions tests, while French lessons are based on lectures and exercises in class for the management part, and practical work at the restaurant (learning by doing).

Selecting the best faculty is one of the secrets of ESH's success (all B1 lecturers): Alain Tribouiller was a general manager for Accor; Stephane Gauthier was head of Best Western in France; Jean-Axel Pasdeloup was yield manager; Vira Krakhmal and Mira Dimitrova are both PhD in finance and tourism...

A manual in French by our lecturer Bruno Cardinale
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Student in hospitality management

Programme B1

First year's programme is made of service and gastronomy practical training (200 hours), plus Food & Beverages operations and supervision and rooms divisions operations and supervision, plus introduction to marketing and finance. No class is more than 25 students.B1 ends with a 4-months internship in the restaurant or room-service of a luxury hotel. All internships at ESH are selected by the school after an individual interview and selection process.

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Level 4 Diploma

This is a substantive programme, typically delivered over a nine month period in the case of full-time students. CTH Level 4 courses combine practical career-based elements with a number of essential underpinning management disciplines that will be invaluable as the individual’s career progresses. The course is therefore an ideal preparation for immediate employment in the sector. This program is available in Paris, either with 70% of the courses in French or 100% in English and in London 100% in English.

Students who successfully complete this first year can go on to the next years and prepare a double state diploma, from France and the UK : Brevet de Technicien Supérieur en Hôtellerie Restauration (70% of the courses, in French) and/or Advanced Diploma in Hospitality Management (accredited by CTH, all courses in English).

Learn more about UK diplomas on CTH website

Learn more about the second year of the Bachelor (B2)
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2016 Admission

Join us, apply online for the first year of the Bachelor. You can choose to study in French or in English in Paris. A-level or equivalent is required. A European CEFR B2 level is required either in French or in English.

Open an application file online to participate in the 2016 admission process.

Fee for B1 2016 is 9800 euros in Paris and £7000 in London. Accommodation in Paris is available at 8500 euros per year.

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Student in hospitality management

Programme B1

First year's programme is made of service and gastronomy practical training (200 hours), plus Food & Beverages operations and supervision and rooms divisions operations and supervision, plus introduction to marketing and finance. No class is more than 25 students.B1 ends with a 4-months internship in the restaurant or room-service of a luxury hotel. All internships at ESH are selected by the school after an individual interview and selection process.

Courses and timetable (new window)
Enseignant étudiant participation discussion

Teaching method

Manuals are included in the school's fees. Lessons in English include guided learning, discussions and sessions tests, while French lessons are based on lectures and exercises in class for the management part, and practical work at the restaurant (learning by doing).

Selecting the best faculty is one of the secrets of ESH's success (all B1 lecturers): Alain Tribouiller was a general manager for Accor; Stephane Gauthier was head of Best Western in France; Jean-Axel Pasdeloup was yield manager; Vira Krakhmal and Mira Dimitrova are both PhD in finance and tourism...

A manual in French by our lecturer Bruno Cardinale
Extrait de l'Ecole de Service aujourd'hui

Read pages from Hotel Management & Operations
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B1 Internship

A selection of the most beautiful hotels in the world, this is where our students start their professional experience: in Paris, le Bristol, le Crillon, le Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, le Meurice, Four Seasons George V, Shangri-La; in Cannes during the Festival, le Martinez, Carlton, Noga Hilton...

Thanks to a year of training in service and the culinary arts, first year student are capable of joining professional teams in total confidence.

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Admission requirements

A-level, baccalaureate or any international equivalent is required to enter first year, all subjects or specialties are accepted, either general or technical. Candidates are usually finishing high school, 17 to 19 years old.

Candidates with one year of study after A-level should apply for first year too. Candidates with two years of study after A-level, in any discipline, can apply for the Bachelor in one year (learn more). Candidates with work experience, or with former studies in the field of tourism and hospitality can apply for a direct admission in second year.
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