Industry internships

The close collaboration AIM has with international hotel chains and the world’s leading establishments effectively prepares students for the labor market thanks to operational or management internships.

Visiting hotels and palaces, hosting their representatives on campus with presentations and interviews with students also contribute to the realization of their future professional projects.

Stages dans tous les palaces et grands hôtels de Paris et du monde

We regularly receive representatives of the palaces: Dorchester Group (Plaza Athénée, Meurice), Four Seasons (Georges V, Grand Hotel Cap-Ferrat), Peninsula, Royal-Monceau, Bristol... and major hotel chains: Intercontinental, Hilton, Hyatt, Marriott, Accorhotels... with days dedicated to the presentation and thereafter, interviews with students, whether for their management training or internships for their future jobs.

Mme Bergund Salen
Ms. Bergund Salen

Students and Ms. Bergund Salen, the director of internships, choose the country and the hotel with the approval of the Studies direction.

They each receive on average 3 to 5 firm placements.

During periods of internship, they are found in all the palaces and great hotels of the world, starting with those of Paris.

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Each of our students, thanks to their knowledge, expertise, and excellent command of English (and probably also “some” French?!), receives numerous offers, the majority from palaces and major international hotels all over the world.

Within the framework defined by the internship department, they are free to choose the country, the hospitality company, and the department in which they wish to carry out their mission.


Master of Science 1 Course

The internship involves a management training work placement lasting 6 months in France and up to 8 months abroad enabling students to apply and broaden their knowledge of the management techniques and systems that exist in major hotels in the accommodation, catering, general directorate, management, finance, accounting, purchasing, marketing and human resources departments.

Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Master of Science 2

For students that do not wish to continue their studies, AIM facilitates commencing work immediately upon completion of the course and replacing the period of their last internship (optional until the end of December) with paid employment, often serving as a probationary period when embarking on an career abroad.

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
Optional one-week trainings in Culinary Arts

*Management Training: non-compulsory.

Internship undertaken as part of MSc 1