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Our Bachelor Programme is offered at our campus in both The Hague and Amsterdam. You can state your preference when applying, but we cannot guarantee that you will be able to study in the city of your choice. For the location of the International Fast Track Programme, please contact our Admissions Office via email@example.com.The Bachelor Programme
The International Fast Track programme starts with a 5-week Summer Preparation course that starts every July. During these 5 weeks you live in the Skotel, the Training & Study Hotel of the school. After the Summer Preparation course you continue with phase 2 and 3 of the regular Bachelor programme, both covering one year. During this period, you arrange housing yourself.International Fast Track
You can apply online by following the steps: Apply for Bachelor Hotel Management at Hotelschool The Hague. As soon as we have received and processed your application, and if you meet all the requirements, you will be invited to one of the selection days. It is possible that the selection days are fully booked near the final application day. Therefore keep in mind to enrol as soon as possible.
The Bachelor Programme
The Bachelor programme is split up in three phases. Phase 1 is all about hospitality performance; you learn to do the existing well’. Phase 2 emphasises the tactical application of this knowledge; you improve on the existing. In the final phase you apply your learning and experience strategically; searching for new combinations. In each phase, you follow different courses. Please read the course overview here.The Bachelor Programme
The International Fast Track programme starts with a 5-week Summer Preparation course that starts every July. After the Summer Preparation course you continue with phase 2
and phase 3 of the regular Bachelor programme, both covering one year. To read more about our curriculum, please visit the Programme structure page.
A GMAT will be required when there is insufficient information regarding the academic abilities and skills of the candidate or the candidate only has a three year Bachelor Degree.The Master Programme
Yes, except for native speakers and people who have worked or studied for at least two years in a professional English speaking environment. We accept official reports by IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge.The Master Programme
Yes, in the first year it is compulsory for all students (except International Fast Track students) to stay at the Skotel. This is part of the Bachelor programme as you really learn to work and live together. This will benefit you in the rest of your career.The Bachelor Programme, International Fast Track
Yes. You will be invited to an interview after you have applied via this site and if meet the entry requirements. After the initial screening, based on the application form and supporting documentation, a personal interview will be scheduled with the selected candidates prior to the selection board’s final decision. Applications will be processed continuously and interviews are conducted throughout the year. We advise people who require a visa to apply at least 2,5 months before the start of the programme.
With a Hotelschool The Hague Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management you can find yourself in a management position in the international hospitality industry or other industries like events, banking or health care. You can also continue with a Master’s programme, like our Master of Hospitality Management or start your own company. You can read about our alumni and their career paths here.International Fast Track, The Bachelor Programme
The costs for the selection procedure are €150,- The aim of Hotelschool The Hague is to make the selection process accessible for all applicants who adhere to the admission requirements. In case applicants are demonstrably financially not able to meet the application fee, Hotelschool The Hague will compensate.
The Bachelor Programme
During the selection day you are given the opportunity to demonstrate your motivation and affinity with the world of hospitality and our school. You will have a personal interview and attend a lecture. You will have to apply the content of the lecture in the management group assignment. Written tests to assess English language skills, numerical skills and motivation are also part of the selection day program.International Fast Track, The Bachelor Programme
Click here for the requirements for Dutch applicantsClick here for the requirements for interntional applicantsThe Bachelor Programme
The expected average age is 25 years old.The Master Programme
The MBA Programme organises a few on-site Open Days throughout the year, and the registration forms can be found on our website. We also organise Online Open Days, so you can discover the Amsterdam Campus from the comfort of your home! Finally, if you’re unable to join us for an Open Day but still wish to discover the campus, we are more than happy to arrange a personal on-site visit; simply write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!”The Master Programme
The MBA Programme begins every year on the first week of September. This can be subject to change and if so, will be announced on our website.The Master Programme
Candidates who require an entry (MVV) visa to study in the Netherlands must apply by June 1st. Other candidates must apply by August 15th. Please note however, that because we process applications continuously, and have a limited number of seats available per cohort, the sooner you apply, the sooner you will receive your deliberation and the more seats will still be available!The Master Programme
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