Global Hospitality and Tourism Management

Code diplôme/certificat: CS10100A

19 crédits

Niveau d'entrée

  • Sans niveau spécifique

Niveau de sortie

  • Sans niveau spécifique

Responsable(s)

Bertrand REAU

The Hospitality and Tourism sector is deep-seated in the globalization of economies and societies. It is one of the major globalized industries. The succession of crises that have been hitting this sector (financial, health, security, social) make plain the need to train the sector’s managers so as to develop skills not only enabling them to cope with such crises, but also to implement sustainable development policies; tourism is often in itself one of the culprits in these crises

Publics / conditions d'accès

Dossier:
CV or Resume, Statement of objectives, One letter of recommendation, Copy of your latest diploma, Transcripts, Valid English proficiency certificate, Copy of your passport or your ID.
English proficiency:
- International English Language Testing System (IELTS) minimum score required: B2 or equivalent:
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) minimum score required: 88 (iBT) or equivalent.

Objectifs

The certificate is designed for French and international managers wishing to attend a high level, concise and specialized training program in the area of Hospitality and Tourism while encompassing its diverse dimensions (hotel industry, cultural heritage, tour-operators, tourist industry, tourist infrastructure, etc.). The certificate may give access to the CNAM’s MBA or to a PHD in Tourism Social Sciences.
A Bachelor's degree and at least three years’ professional experience constitute the application prerequisite.

Mentions officielles

Intitulé officiel figurant sur le diplôme : Certificat de spécialisation Global hospitality and Tourism

Codes NSF : Domaines disciplinaires (1)

Code ROME : Communication (E1103) - Promotion du tourisme local (G1102)

Compétences

Our aim is to offer a high standard of training in the field of international development of recreational, tourist and leisure activities. To this end, the following tools are required: - those needed to reflect on the economic, political, social and environmental issues involved in the deployment and implementation of hospitality related activities in a global setting:
those needed for a strategic, managerial and marketing reflection on the implementation of hospitality related activities in a global setting;
- those allowing to grasp the markets, innovation and new technologies in the sector;
- those related to anticipating, communicating and managing global crises (in the areas of health, economy, security);
- those linked to the awareness of the sector’s actors, its public and regulations.

Contact

EPN11 - Territoires
2 rue Conté
75141 Paris Cedex 03
Tel :01 40 27 21 02
Djoher Marouf

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