WHO ARE WE
Laureate Hospitality Education (LHE) is the world’s most extensive network of hospitality management institutions. It provides the quality of Swiss and business education through accredited programs in Switzerland, China, Spain, Australia, the UK, the U.S. and Jordan.
Each institution offers a balanced curriculum of practical training, business management skills and a multicultural experience to prepare students for an international career in the fast-growing global hospitality industry.
Laureate Hospitality Education comprises four institutions on eight campuses around the world. Each campus has its own unique identity and program specializations.
Discover a wide variety of rewarding careers across a large range of sectors: hotels, travel and tourism, restaurants and culinary arts, luxury retail and financial management and many more.
Human Resources (HR) Directors within any hospitality organization are key management specialists whose primary responsibility is the recruitment, training and retention of qualified employees to match the business goals.
F&B Managers are responsible for both business and culinary operations. They must maintain exceptional levels of customer service.
Heads of Distribution are responsible for meeting all the banking needs of existing clients and also assisting in new client acquisition.
Revenue Managers occupy a critically important hospitality management function that has a tremendous impact on the profitability of a hotel chain, airline, cruise line or car rental company.
Spa Managers oversee all departments, employees and the financial performance of the entire spa operation.
Rooms Division Managers oversee a hotel’s front desk, guest services and housekeeping department teams. They report to the General Manager and play an important role in ensuring a high level of guest service.
General Managers (GM) are the chief executives and most visible leaders of a hotel property. They have ultimate responsibility for the day-to-day management of all aspects of the hotel’s operation.
Guest Relations Managers are responsible for maintaining close communications with the client and ensuring the continued use of the company’s products or services.
“To be a professional cook, you must be so passionate about food that long hours and hard work don’t matter. Kendall College helped awaken that passion within me.”
“Putting it all into simple words, it started with my education at the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts. Being taught by master Swiss instructors has given me the chance to understand the Swiss work ethos of diligence, attention to detail, punctuality, respect, passion and motivation to excel. This is what helped me to get to where I am now. I am truly grateful.”
“Les Roches teaches you the skills needed for a successful career and a gives you a start within hospitality at one of the best hotel management schools in the world. You will meet new friends, who will become like a family and will have the opportunity to develop yourself further in all facets of life. It will be an experience you would never regret or forget.”
“Glion is the only school to provide you with a real and true multicultural environment. The Glion education made me flexible, able to deal with different cultures, as well as provided me with the right knowledge I needed for my current position.”
“The two main reasons I chose BMIHMS were the reputation of the college and the practical and theoretical components, which I knew were vital to my success. When I was making my decision I actually went to some of Sydney’s 5-star hotels and asked about different options for tertiary education; BMIHMS was the one that came back most highly regarded.”
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CHICAGO—October 29, 2014—Kendall College student Dustin Freund will prepare a multi-course dinner as a visiting “celebrity…