Hotel and Tourism Management Institute (HTMi) Switzerland Dubai, leading Swiss hospitality school in Dubai, is set to move to a new purpose-built hotel where students can engage with real life experiences.
This new realistic hotel learning environment will be the first and only hospitality campus in the region that offers exemplary practical classes situated at an ideal hospitality destination in Al Jaddaf, Dubai.
This multicultural student environment is allowing the students to be fully equipped in becoming the future leaders in the hospitality industry through the implementation of innovative classes, programs, and workshops uniquely rooted from Switzerland. They will be supplied with the essential skills and competencies within the various departments such as Food and Beverage service, Culinary Arts, Front office and Housekeeping through an interactive experience and student- centred approach as they live in the campus boutique hotel.
This new destination offers a true hotelier experience with the best campus environment and close proximity to some well-known hotels like Palazzo Versace and spans across other key locations such as Jameel Arts Center and Al Jaddaf waterfront walkway.
“The UAE has been the top destination across the globe, and this is apparent with the upcoming World Expo that will be held in Dubai and will surely create an upswing in the tourism sector. With the growing opportunities for the hospitality industry, we ensure that our students receive the best education and are bounded by a solid expertise in this sector that reflects HTMi’s mission of preparing them to be future hospitality leaders,” said Judit Toth, Business Director of HTMi Switzerland Dubai.
“Every level of teaching and support is provided with the help of our growing network of hospitality partners over the past 2 years. Our constant team-up with our Swiss office allows us to strategically employ our objectives and be the centre of excellence for the hospitality and tourism industry in the region,” she added.
HTMi’s students are currently attending their internships at prestigious hotels in the region like W Dubai The Palm, Bulgari Hotel, Emaar Hospitality, Crowne Plaza Dubai Marina, Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah, and Fairmont Fujairah, to name a few. This will ensure that professional development through training will be achieved and integrate the rich culture of the UAE as the students become active learners who always envision excellence.
The September intake for HTMi Switzerland Dubai is now open for Hotel Management and Culinary Arts programs, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service