Have you ever thought about continuing your studies?
Getting your bachelor’s degree is definitely a commitment, but the benefits you will get from it make the investment well worth it.
Here are the top 4 benefits of earning your bachelor’s degree at EHL, the most prestigious hotel management school in the world:
1. Income potential
One of the most obvious and important reasons to earn a bachelor’s degree is it increases your earning potential. But even so, many young adults do not consider it because of its cost bypassing the opportunities of scholarship.
EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality (SSTH) in Passugg , thanks to its affiliation with hotelleriesuisse, offers a scholarship from the Tschumi Fund to eligible candidates that can sum up to CHF 12,000 for the duration of the program.
2. Career opportunities
Earning a Bachelor degree is a stepping stone to higher goals. It provides future graduates with the skills that qualify them for a wider range of careers.
The Bachelor in International Hospitality Management offered at the EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality (SSTH) in Passugg aims to provide graduates of the "Dipl. Hôtelier-Restaurateur HF" the oppotunity to combine their skills, knowledge and experience of the applied and practical area of education at a higher vocational college or equivalent school into an academic whole in only 3 semesters. Graduates of other hospitality and tourism schools will receive the diploma in only 4 semesters.
3. Job Satisfaction
Following up on advancement opportunities; these tend to lead to better job satisfaction as it gives graduates the freedom to pursue a career that interests and inspires them. Just as powerful, though, is the fact that it will improve graduates quality of life as a whole as it provides amazing life experiences.
EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality (SSTH) is located in Passugg and its campus offers Bachelor students a personal and individual study atmosphere with a small class size that promotes personal growth. Students in their last semester transfer to Lausanne where a dynamic multicultural environment awaits them.
In today’s job market, building and maintaining a professional network is critical to success. Certain aspects of the EHL Bachelor curriculum are designed to help future graduates meet the people who can help design their future.
In the final business project, which EHL Bachelor students can realize as an alternative to their diploma thesis, they act as consultants. Graduates of the EHL Bachelor in International Hospitality Management have already worked on projects for well-known names such as Nestlé, Mövenpick, UBS and Lombard Odier & Cie.
Young adults must be better prepared to face an increasingly competitive job market and turn their education into a winning proposition. And this is precisely what EHL aims to do with its Bachelor in International Hospitality Management.