Does the ‘world of hospitality’ appeal to you? Are you outgoing and sociable? A good communicator? Do you like organizing and leading a team? Would you like to find out what real hospitality means? If so, we’d like to challenge you to take the next step in hospitality and enrol at the Hotel Management School Maastricht.
Our four-year bachelor programme will enable you to make a flying start to your career. Whether your ambitions lie in managing a hotel, starting your own company or working in one of the many other hospitality-oriented organizations.
- Location Maastricht
- Duration 4 years, start in Sept. and Feb.
- Degree Bachelor of Arts
- Freshmen 350
- Language Dutch or English
- Student rating 8,4
About the education
The Hotel Management School offers two language streams: an English and a Dutch stream. In the senior years of the programme, the Dutch stream gradually switches to English, and Dutch and international students work on projects together.
Living on the campus
During your first year at the Hotel Management School Maastricht, you’ll live in a student flat on campus. You will live here for five or ten months. You will have your own room and share a bathroom with other students living on your corridor. Meals are served in the restaurant.Life on campus is not only fun, it’s also a school in itself. By living and working together with your fellow students, you help each other, are considerate to each other and learn to resolve conflicts. These are social skills that can make all the difference in the ‘world of hospitality’ in which you are going to work.
As a degree-seeking student you will have to pay annual tuition fees. Students from the EU pay the statutory tuition fees, and non-EU students pay the institutional tuition fees. Normally speaking, these fees are waived for exchange students from partner universities.
Facts and figures
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