Organization of higher education programs at AIM

Bachelor of Science – Bachelor of Arts – MBA Professional
Hotel and Tourism Management

 

Our programs, designed to meet the requirements of the hospitality and tourism sector, offer degrees including the Bachelor (3 years) or MBA (5 years) through management courses for students who hold a high school diploma or a 2-year Associate’s degree.


 
60 ECTS
60 ECTS
120 ECTS
60 ECTS
180 ECTS
60 ECTS
60 ECTS
 
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High school diploma
(or equivalent)
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
1st YEAR

Early October
End April

INTERNSHIP PLACEMENT

(4 to 5 months)
Early May
End September

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
2nd YEAR

Early October
End April

MANAGEMENT TRAINING 1

(6 to 8 months)
Early May
End December


2-year diplomas,  degrees:
Associate degree, Foundation degree, ...
IN ANY DISCIPLINE
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE1
3rd YEAR

Early January
End June

MANAGEMENT TRAINING 2

(5 to 6 months)
Early July
End December


BACHELOR
OF ARTS1
in 1 year

(MBA Preparatory)

Early October
End April

MANAGEMENT TRAINING 2

(6 to 8 months)
Early May
End December

MBA 1
PREPARATORY
(Bachelor
of Arts)

Early October
End April

MANAGEMENT TRAINING

(6 to 8 months)
Early May
End December

MBA 2
PROFESSIONAL12

Early January
End June

 


Diplomas, degrees
(At least Bachelor Degree)
IN ANY
DISCIPLINE
1 Licensed at international level by the AHLEI
(American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute)
“... the bearer has acquired and mastered, at AIM, the tools necessary to run and operate an establishment within the scope of the international hospitality industry.”
République Française 2 « Titre RNCP niveau I (Bac+5) : Directeur / Directrice d’établissement de luxe dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie,
code/s NSF 334p, certification professionnelle de niveau 1 (Fr) et de niveau 7 (Eu)
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CNCP Certified by the « Commission Nationale de la Certification Professionnelle » (CNCP), registered in the « Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles » (RNCP) by the ministerial decision of September 26, 2016 and published in the Official Journal of October 4, 2016.