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There are countless great reasons to do your degree at Les Roches. Our hospitality management degrees bring out the entrepreneur in you, deliver business know-how with European savoir faire, and develop your confidence and the skills to succeed in a wide range of jobs across a wide range of sectors.
But if you are wondering what time to start, here are three great reasons to join us this October.
Your knowledge of one particular company or service sector is enhanced, giving you a competitive edge by the time you graduate. You won’t lose out on academic input, however, as the academic program is exactly the same as for the July intake
The October intake of students is typically smaller than the July intake. You can expect to join the school with 40 or 50 other students – not too many (if you feel nervous about moving to the other end of the world), not too few (if you excited about joining a school community of around 1320 students). Just right.
University is a great experience. You will have a lot of fun at Les Roches – travelling around Europe at the weekends, skiing and snowboarding, enjoying some of the finest dining in the world, visiting historical landmarks… the list is pretty much endless.
But, at the end of the day, university is hard work. We make you work hard, because we want to prepare you for the world of work. (It will all be worth it when you graduate, we promise).
So, why not kick back for one last summer before Real Life Begins? Enjoy yourself, travel around, get some work experience, and take time to chill before you join us and things get serious…
For more info about the October intake, click HERE!
Boring but important note re: FLEXIBLE PAYMENTS
Payment for the 1st semester tuition fees can be made in two installments. The 1st installment must be received by September 15th, 2015 and the 2nd installment by January 15th, 2016.
For full pricing information, please refer to the ‘Tuition & Other Fees’ document for 2015.
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