Asst. Director of Food and Beverage, Park Hyatt Bangkok
I was in the very first batch of this program in Thailand, and what I found extremely beneficial with Vatel, was the studying system of combining theory and practice in hospitality management. The knowledge taught in the classrooms by qualified lecturers and professionals helped us apply this theory in the practical sessions led by the professional instructors from top hospitality companies. On top of that, the 4 internships throughout the course of study exposed and enriched us with true knowledge and skills from real working environments both locally and internationally.
The knowledge and experience gained during the course from both internships and the classroom opened a new learning perspective; the extensive practical lessons along with yearly internships helped me to explore real challenges in hotel environments and so allowed me to make any necessary adjustments and focus on my future career. These experiences gave me the confidence to take the necessary steps required in my professional hotel career and gave me the opportunity to reach the employment position I have today in Food and Beverage Management.
The Supreme Organising Committee of the Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS 2022) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Vatel Bahrain – International Hospitality School.Read more
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Vatel Rwanda started in 2016, we began to prepare the first intake for 2018, headed by Nicole Bamukunde, a Rwandese graduate of Vatel, and who has worked in startups in her country, which is totally renewing itself.Read more
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