M1 Level 6 Diploma in London

Level 6 Diploma in London

You should apply for direct admission at Level-6 (M1) in London if you already hold a three-years diploma in hospitality or business and wish to top-up in hospitality management. You will be able to graduate (Master) after 2 years (5 semesters).

This program is also available in Paris

Following year of the programme : M2

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M1 (Level 6) Programme

CTH developped this level 6 Diploma specifically for ESH with 5 subjects: marketing, finance, event management, strategy and project development. Related seminars broaden the scope of the program with subjects such as personal development, sales and negociation, labour law or conflict management... Students who successfully complete the Level 6 Diploma can go on to convert it to a University bachelor’s degree in hospitality & tourism from Coventry University College or BPP University College (UK), simply by completing an additional dissertation.

CTH level 6 ends with a 4-months internship, usually in Paris or London. All internships at ESH are selected by the school after an individual interview and selection process.

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2015 Applications

Join us, apply online for M1 to prepare CTH level 6 Diploma in Hospitality and Event Management in London. Students with a three-years undergraduate diploma in business or hospitality are welcome to apply. Students should have at least IELTS 5.5 level in English or equivalent (CEFR B2 in English or French).

Duration: mid September to mid May (8 months) plus internship (4 months)

Fees: 9 200 € in London.

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Admission top-up Bachelor

Admission in the M1 Level 6 program is also accessible after a Level 5, made of practical training at the restaurant, finance, marketing and operations in English and accounting, cost control and marketing in French, plus of course English and a second language and even a third.

Top-up Bachelor ends with a 4-months internship. All internships at ESH are selected by the school after an individual interview and selection process.

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M1 (Level 6) Programme

CTH developped this level 6 Diploma specifically for ESH with 5 subjects: marketing, finance, event management, strategy and project development. Related seminars broaden the scope of the program with subjects such as personal development, sales and negociation, labour law or conflict management... Students who successfully complete the Level 6 Diploma can go on to convert it to a University bachelor’s degree in hospitality & tourism from Coventry University College or BPP University College (UK), simply by completing an additional dissertation.

CTH level 6 ends with a 4-months internship, usually in Paris or London. All internships at ESH are selected by the school after an individual interview and selection process.

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Level 6 Internship

A selection of the most beautiful hotels in the world, this is where M1 students serve the hospitality industry: in Paris, le Bristol, le Crillon, le Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, le Meurice, Four Seasons George V, Shangri-La; and throughout the world in international chains like Hyatt, Marriott, Hilton, Starwood, Accor...

Internships are selected by ESH after an individual interview of each student. Students are also welcome to work during their summer holidays.

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World class teaching method

All ESH M1 students work in teams of four to six to conceive, research, write and present business plans (in French in M1 Paris and in English in M1 London). Themes are suggested by an advisory board of hospitality professionals and ESH faculty. Some themes that have been imagined and explored are: Managing solid waste in the Hospitality Industry; Conceiving a low-cost four-star hotel; Sourcing and operating a 100% organic French restaurant; Creating an organic brasserie from scratch in a business district; Building a chain of organic fast-food restaurants; Developing a wine bar (in Shanghai, Paris and London); Imagining an ecological hotel (in London and Annecy); Cross-over Branding between a hotel and a luxury product; Transforming a four-star hotel into a Palace; Imagining a nomad hotel (Galapagos); Proposing a hotel-NGO partnership in developing countries...

Selecting the best faculty is one of the secrets of ESH's success (all M1 lecturers): Rachel Page and Thierry Mérel were all three general managers; Stephane Gauthier was head of Best Western in France; Jean-Axel Pasdeloup was a yield manager for international hotel chains; Vira Krakhmal, Paul Phillips, Jim Holleran and Hugues Séraphin are all PhD in finance, strategy and international tourism... Students evaluate their lecturers and the shool's organisation two times a year, this is how we get high level teachers for high level students.

Read from ESH manual to discover what project management means in parisian hotels: ESH Project Management Manual
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