Hotel and Design Management, a Creative Combination
IHTTI School of Hotel Management

IHTTI School of Hotel Management

Hospitality and Design Management

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Hotel and design management, a creative combination

With a home to home family environment, this boutique-style hospitality management school offers a focus on design. Students have access to an on campus Design Studio and regular off campus visits to various design companies.

Set in the vibrant university town of Neuchâtel, student life is full of both town and leisure activities.

 

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Successful Alumni Story

Tracy Ann Signorelli

Tracy Ann Signorelli (Australia) – Director, Ballet Academy Lucerne - Switzerland

"The skills you will learn (studying hospitality) give you the opportunity to expand into such a broad range of management positions"

"I had studied International Travel and Tourism in Australia, so the Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel Management was the next step. I have always been interested in Hotel Management so it was ideal. When I graduated I went to work in front office management at the Kindli Hotel on the famous Rennweg Street in Zurich. I then moved to the Widder Hotel, which is a member of the ‘Leading Hotels of the World’ group to work in Housekeeping Management.

I loved my time at the Widder, it was wonderful having the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and keeping up the high standards expected at such a hotel. I now work as a Project Manager for a private ballet school in Lucerne where I focus on event management. Putting together performances with up to 200 performers, working with multiple theatre departments as well as my own team is a great challenge.

One of the biggest highlights in my role was the full production of ‘The Nutcracker’ ballet performed at the Luzerner Theatre. At IHTTI School of Hotel Management two of the most important things I learned were communication and time management skills and I would say to any student who is considering studying hospitality that the skills you will learn give you the opportunity to expand into such a broad range of management positions, so take it all on board. Don’t forget in your career to enjoy and succeed!"

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