AIM offers high-quality professional training programs taught in English aimed at preparing students for management roles in leading international hotels and supervisory positions in tourism-related sectors. AIM’s MBA graduates are particularly sought after by recruiters thanks to the high-quality teaching programs enhanced by industry internships in management, making them immediately operational and in line with labor market needs upon graduation from the school.
Graduates who have completed a 3-year degree, regardless of the discipline, may apply for the Master of Business Administration specializing in Hotel and Tourism Management (MBA Professional).
This intensive and demanding higher education program taught through English provides students with a wide choice of far-reaching career prospects. Over the two-year period, students acquire the necessary knowledge and expertise to equip them for management roles in the hospitality and tourism sector. The managerial skills acquired are also relevant to any other industry necessitating staff supervision, team coaching, accounting skills, etc.
AIM's MBA graduates are equipped with a solid and well-recognized degree, a good command of English and industry experience acquired through internships in management roles in France and abroad. As a result, they are in the best possible position to secure employment in the months following graduation with employers guaranteed that they are recruiting a high-quality candidate who is ready for immediately operational.
Presentation of the MBA Professional
The Professional MBA is a continuation of our Master of Science (MS) program that has been taught at AIM since 1992.
It serves to expand on AIM’s Bachelor of Science program, providing more in-depth analysis, specifically in the field of management of high-end hospitality establishments.
The training is enhanced by professional applications:
In the management of international luxury hotels, while allowing access to specialized professional certifications sponsored by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, AHLEI.
In the management of high-end, gourmet restaurants, regularly followed by restaurant managers/owners as part of their professional training.
MBA Professional students have already completed higher education studies, either in hospitality (the MBA develops their knowledge in this area), or else in the Sciences, Arts, Business Administration or Humanities (the MBA is chosen by candidates seeking a career change).
Successful candidates should have professional experience, a good command of foreign languages and a broad general knowledge.
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