Montreux, Switzerland and PARIS-LA Defense (ots/PRNewswire) - Glion
Institute of Higher Education, a benchmark business school
specializing in hospitality and luxury professions; and ESSEC
Business School, a leading management institution, are joining forces
to offer a Global Executive Master's degree in Hospitality
Leadership. This innovative program will meet the needs of
professionals wishing to access strategic positions and specialize in
the sector while combining these studies with their work lives by
means of a part-time digital program.
ESSEC benefits from a long expertise in hotel management training.
Its flagship program IMHI (originally named Institut du Management
Hôtelier International) was launched more than 40 years ago and has
trained over the decades more than 1,700 highly qualified managers
who occupy key positions in the sector. ESSEC's management training
programs give executives, managers and directors with the keys to
combining operational skills with new managerial and strategic
Thanks to its partnerships with major companies and its 62,000
graduates worldwide, the School benefits from an extensive network
offering access to permanent contacts with the professional world and
thus widening the spectrum of possibilities.
Founded in Switzerland, Glion Institute of Higher Education
celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2022. The excellence of its
teaching is linked to its unique pedagogical approach, which combines
demanding practice with extremely robust academic knowledge. The
Institute ranks among the world's top hospitality management schools,
particularly in terms of employer reputation (QS World University
Rankings, 2022) and its alumni hold some of the most influential
positions in the hospitality world.
The Global Executive Master's in Hospitality Leadership will welcome
its first participants in November 2023. The program includes four
12-week online teaching modules as well as four six-day sessions on
the various Glion and ESSEC campuses: Glion in Montreux, Switzerland,
ESSEC in Singapore, Glion London and ESSEC Paris-La Défense.
The curriculum concludes with a final project or applied business
project to be completed within 15 months of the start of the program.
This entrepreneurial project is at the heart of the learning approach
in order to help students contribute to future solutions as well as
adapt to the changes and challenges facing the hospitality industry.
* Module 1 – New frontiers in the hotel industry
* Module 2 – Improving financial performance
* Module 3 – Achieving operational excellence
* Module 4 – Guiding transformation.
Participants will have the opportunity to consolidate and acquire new
technical, managerial, organizational, marketing and economic skills;
to understand and analyze major hospitality industry trends and
market opportunities; as well as to draw up action plans in order to
develop their strategic vision.
Upon completing the course, participants will obtain a Global
Executive Master's in Hospitality Leadership worth 30 US credits
awarded by Glion and ESSEC Business School, which will enable them to
make a difference and seize opportunities to accelerate their
Francine Cuagnier, Head of Marketing at Glion Institute of Higher
Education said: "Hospitality management is constantly evolving and
progressing in step with the acceleration of new technologies and new
customer demands. This program will offer the opportunity to develop
soft skills in terms of leadership and innovation, as well as master
the financial and economic fundamentals necessary to develop a solid
and successful long-term strategy."
Vincenzo Vinzi, Dean and President ESSEC Business School commented,
"Thanks to this excellence-driven partnership, ESSEC is strengthening
its expertise and academic offering in the field of hospitality. This
will enable professionals to train and transform themselves by
acquiring cutting-edge knowledge as well as expertise and soft skills
that will empower them to be responsible and influential leaders in
the hospitality industry who will be able to combine value creation
About Glion Institute of Higher Education
Founded in 1962, Glion Institute of Higher Education (GIHE) is a
Swiss institution offering bachelor's and master's degrees in
hospitality, luxury and finance across three campuses in Switzerland
and London, UK to an international student body.
Glion has ranked amongst the world's top five for higher education
institutions in Hospitality Management and top three in Employer
Reputation since its entry into the rankings in 2018 (QS World
University Rankings, 2022).
Part of Sommet Education, worldwide leader in management education
specializing in hospitality professions, Glion is accredited by the
New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
For more information glion.edu/fr/
About ESSEC Business School
Founded in 1907, ESSEC is a major player in management education on
the world stage, holding the "Triple Crown" of EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA
accreditations. With 7,060 undergraduate students, a wide range of
management programs, partnerships with the world's leading
universities, a network of 62,000 graduates, a faculty of 163
permanent professors in France and Singapore, including 19 emeritus
professors, recognized for the quality and influence of their
research, ESSEC perpetuates a tradition of academic excellence and
cultivates a spirit of openness in the service of economic, social,
and innovation activities. In 2005, ESSEC opened a campus in Asia,
ESSEC Asia-Pacific, strategically located in Singapore. This campus
represents an opportunity for ESSEC to participate in the growth of
Asia and to bring its expertise to this booming region. In 2016,
ESSEC opened a new ESSEC Africa campus in Rabat, Morocco. ESSEC's
international expansion enables its students and faculty to study and
understand the economic forces at play in different regions of the
world. For more information: www.essec.edu
Glion: Anouck Weiss, email@example.com ESSEC: Vitaline
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