Our newly created “Admission Insights” articles aim to bring greater attention to international universities as viable options for students. While we’ve traditionally focused on US colleges, it’s also become clear that tremendous opportunities exist beyond our own borders that are worth a closer look. Here, through a series of interviews with admission officers, we provide key details about their schools and links where you may find more information.
EHL is the world’s first Hotel School (1893), but has since transitioned to become the world’s leading Hospitality & Leisure Management School. With over 120 nationalities on campus, our international student body obtains theoretical and practical knowledge to prepare them for the global Hospitality industry. Our students also become part of the extensive network of over 30,000 alumni working in 150+ countries.
We have different requirements based on the diploma they’re applying with. Here’s a link to our Bachelor’s Application Guide as a reference. If there’s not a country listed, your recruitment officer, such as myself, would assist.
We offer a dedicated Career & Internship office to assist with both. We also have the Student Centre who helps with any logistical issues (visa, transportation, acclimating to EHL). There are two brand new apartment building and three brand new dorms to house students. There are several services any private small university would offer.
Yes, here’s the link to view some of them.
Yes, we take extracurriculars into consideration for admissions. We take a holistic admissions approach. Anything a student does outside of academics we want to know about. Work experience is also highly recommended (if possible). These factors are important because we want them to be active in the campus culture once at EHL.
Yes, extremely, as this is what we prepare them for.
*For more information, be sure to visit our EHL University Profile