Join the global class.

Students who wish to apply for one of our programs need to meet the admissions requirements listed for their selected program.

If you are unsure about your qualifications for a program, please contact us to speak with an Educational Counselor for a personalized evaluation.

For

  • Diploma in International Hotel Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Global Hospitality Management
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in International Hotel Management

Minimum Age

17 years and 6 months by the program entry date.

Education

Accredited high school diploma or equivalent.

 Applicants should include certified original transcripts with a copy of final diploma; provisional transcripts of the last three years are acceptable if studies are still in progress.

Admitted students who do not meet the above English language requirements will be required to undertake additional English support classes.

English level

Must be proficient in English for higher education studies.

English language exam scores (issued in the last 12 months) are required from candidates who are not native English speakers, or who have not spent the last three years in full-time English education.

Minimum English language exam scores:

TOEFL*IELTS AcademicCambridge**
BBA
(Switzerland, Spain, USA)
70 (internet-based)

525 (paper-based)

Average 5.5 and minimum 5.0 in each component (writing, reading, speaking, listening)First Certificate Exam (FCE): Grade C
Diploma
(China only)
61 (internet-based)

500 (paper-based)

Average 5.0 and minimum 4.5 in each component (writing, reading, speaking, listening)Preliminary (PET): Pass

*Les Roches Switzerland TOEFL testing code: 9827
**Cambridge: Please send your statement of results

If your English level does not meet these minimum requirements, you might be interested in our English language preparation course, designed to help you bring your language skills to the level you will need to be successful in your studies.

Admissions Assessment

Personalized assessment to ascertain motivation and review motivation essay. Includes scenario-based exercise to be completed beforehand.

 


More information about Les Roches Undergraduate Programs

Candidates can apply for direct entry into the Les Roches BBA program. If you are unsure of your qualification or credit transfer possibilities, please contact us for an academic evaluation for direct entry.

 

Previous education:

Applicants may apply with one of the following:

  • Les Roches Higher Diploma in Hotel Management or Diploma in Hotel Management
  • BTEC Higher National Diploma.
  • Diploma of a hotel school or other recognized diploma (minimum program length of 2.5 years).

 

Other diplomas:

Applications from students wishing to transfer from other programs will be considered. Appropriate entry level will be determined according to their qualifications. In order to make a formal academic evaluation, candidates are required to submit an official program outline and transcript of previous studies.

 

Professional experience:

Please provide copies of work experience certificates in the hotel industry, if applicable.

 

English level:

Must be proficient in English for higher education studies. English language exam scores (issued in the last 12 months) are required from candidates who are not native English speakers, or who have not spent the last three years in full-time English education.

Minimum English language exam scores:

 TOEFL*IELTS AcademicCambridge**
BBA

(Switzerland, Spain, USA)

80 (internet-based)

 

550 (paper-based)

Average 6.0 and minimum 5.5 in each component (writing, reading, speaking, listening)First Certificate Exam (FCE): Grade A

 

Advanced (CAE): Grade C

 

*Les Roches Switzerland TOEFL testing code: 9827
**Cambridge: Please send your statement of results

 

Interview

The school may require a phone or personal interview before admission into the program.


More information about Les Roches BBA in International Hotel Management Program

For

  • Master of Business Administration in Global Hospitality Management
  • All Postgraduate Diploma programs

 

Minimum age:

21 (23 for MBA and Postgraduate Executive Diploma)

 

Education:

Accredited bachelor’s degree.

Applicants should include certified original transcripts with a copy of final diploma; provisional transcripts of the last three years are acceptable if studies are still in progress.

Postgraduate Diploma applications from non-degree holders with extensive documented work experience will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Non-degree holders may qualify for a Professional Development Diploma, not a Postgraduate Diploma.

 

Work experience:

  • MBA applicants: At least two years of relevant work experience.
  • Postgraduate Executive Diploma applicants: At least four years of relevant work experience.
  • All other applicants: Relevant work experience is preferable, but not required.

 

English level:

Must be proficient in English for higher education studies. English language exam scores (issued in the last 12 months) are required from candidates who are not native English speakers, or who have not spent the last three years in full-time English education.

Minimum English language exam scores:

 TOEFL*IELTS AcademicCambridge**
Graduate programs in Switzerland80 (internet-based)

 

550 (paper-based)

Average 6.0 and minimum 5.5 in each component (writing, reading, speaking, listening)First Certificate Exam (FCE): Grade A

 

Advanced (CAE): Grade C

Graduate programs in Spain and China

 

70 (internet-based)

 

525 (paper-based)

Average 5.5 and minimum 5.0 in each component (writing, reading, speaking, listening)First Certificate Exam (FCE): Grade C

 

 

*Les Roches Switzerland TOEFL testing code: 9827
**Cambridge: Please send your statement of results

Admitted students who do not meet the above English language requirements will be required to undertake additional English support classes.

 

Interview

The school may require a phone or personal interview before admission into the program.


More information about Les Roches Graduate Programs

Les Roches will assist students with learning differences in assessing their potential to enter and succeed at the school. The physical nature of service or kitchen practical courses requires students to be able to perform a wide range of duties similar to those performed in the industry.

Students with certain learning differences, such as dyslexia, are accommodated with appropriate support, additional time to complete examinations and special test conditions. Applicants should write to the School for further information and requests for support should be accompanied by official documentation detailing the diagnosis.