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Programme du Bachelor of Arts en management hôtelier et tourisme en 1 an

Prérequis : Titres, diplômes Bac +2 (BTS, DUT, Foundation degree…) en toutes disciplines.
Durée du programme : 1 an
Cours dispensés en anglais

Le Bachelor of Arts Management hôtellerie et tourisme de l’AIM permet à l’étudiant déjà titulaire d’un diplôme Bac +2, d’intégrer l’école et d’obtenir en un an le titre de Bachelor validant ainsi le niveau Bac +3.

Il pourra ensuite, s'il le souhaite, intégrer le Master of Science en 2e année afin de compléter sa formation.

Cette année d’étude riche et intense lui permettra non seulement d’acquérir les connaissances indispensables à l'exercice de son futur métier de manager mais seront aussi la garantie pour l'employeur d'un savoir-faire et d'une expérience dont peut se prévaloir l'AIM depuis de nombreuses années.

Les mises en situation, jeux de rôle et expériences partagés par les enseignants, tous diplômés de grandes écoles et ayant évolué au sein des plus prestigieux établissements (Marriott, Concorde, Four Seasons, Hyatt...), garantissent à nos étudiants une expérience qui leur sera utile non seulement pour évoluer avec succès au sein de leur entreprise, mais tout au long de leur carrière.

Nota bene :

Un enseignement unique, exclusif et concret. Depuis 1992, nous transmettons aux étudiants et aux professionnels :

- l’excellence du savoir-faire à la française en matière de luxe et de service, en collaboration avec les palaces parisiens et l’école de cuisine Alain Ducasse.
Nota bene : les cours de cuisine sont possibles uniquement en deuxième année, lors du MSc2.

- l’excellence de l’art du management à l’international avec un programme professionnel :

Un contexte qui explique la grande facilité d’intégration dans ces établissements de nos diplômés, bénéficiaires de la version originale (en anglais) de ces formations dispensées par un corps enseignant hautement qualifié.

Patrick Rosier

Patrick ROSIER
Direction des études


Organisation des études de Bachelor of Arts sur 1 an

    BAC +3
60 ECTS
180 ECTS
BAC +4
60 ECTS
BAC +5
60 ECTS
 
 
Titres, diplômes Bac+2 :
BTS, DUT, Foundation degree...
EN TOUTES DISCIPLINES
BACHELOR
OF ARTS
en 1 an

(MSc 1)

Début octobre
fin avril

MANAGEMENT TRAINING

(de 6 à 8 mois)
Entre début mai
et fin décembre

MASTER OF SCIENCE 1
(Bachelor
of Arts)

Début octobre
fin avril

MANAGEMENT TRAINING

(de 6 à 8 mois)
Entre début mai
et fin décembre

MASTER OF SCIENCE 2

Début janvier - fin juin

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Titres, diplômes
d'au moins Bac+3
EN TOUTES DISCIPLINES
ou BTS / Foundation Degree
en Hôtellerie / Tourisme

 


Calendrier académique

Une année d'études supérieures intensives et spécialisées de haut niveau qui forment des cadres opérationnels pour les postes de responsabilités dans l'hôtellerie de luxe et le tourisme haut de gamme. Après un premier semestre de cours, les étudiants appliquent les enseignements reçus lors de stages opérationnels ou de management dans des établissements hôteliers basés en France ou à l'Etranger.
 

Bachelor of Arts

oct. nov. déc. janv. févr. mars avr. mai juin juill. août sept. oct. nov. déc.
COURS MANAGEMENT TRAINING *

Vacances de Noël : 2 semaines selon le calendrier de l'Académie de Paris
Vacances d'hiver : 2 semaines selon le calendrier de l'Académie de Paris
*Management training : 6 mois en France, jusqu'à 8 mois à l'étranger
 


Les emplois du temps permettent l'exercice d'activités rémunératrices dans la limite de 20 h / semaine.

Modalités d'évaluation

Les évaluations se font sur 6 critères :

- Contrôles continus sous forme de quiz et tests rapides administrés régulièrement par les enseignants.
- Quiz hebdomadaires pour les cours de certifications AHLEI, organisés et exécutés par l’Administration.
- Travaux de recherches sous forme de dossier et présentations.
- Comportement et assiduité selon les critères préétablis dans le règlement intérieur.
- Examens partiels et finaux. - Rapport de stage.


Les cours avec certifications professionnelles

Bachelor of Arts

Le choix des matières et l'organisation des cours privilégient le développement des facultés d'analyse et de synthèse, qualités déterminantes pour l'apprentissage des procédés de décision dans un environnement d'une complexité croissante.

 Pôles d'expertises
avec certifications professionnelles
  •  Financial Acounting for Hospitality ManagersCertification Course

    Applications dans l’industrie hôtelière les principaux modes de comptabilité financière.

    Spécialisations
    • Accounting for Business Transactions
    • Financial Statements
    • Corporate Accounting
  •  Human Resources ManagementCertification Course

    Formation professionnelle destinée à tous ceux voulant exercer des responsabilités dans le domaine des Ressources Humaines au sein des grands hôtels.

    Spécialisations
    • Employment Laws and Applications
    • Job Analysis and Job Design
    • Planning and Recruiting
    • Selection
    • Training and Development
    • Evaluating Employee Performance
    • Negotiation and Collective Bargaining
    • Turnover, Discipline, and Exits
  •  Managing Service in food & Beverage OperationsCertification Course

    Course Description:

    This course provides students with practical skills and knowledge for effective management of food service operations. It presents basic service principles while emphasizing the importance of meeting and, whenever possible, exceeding the expectations of guests.

    MANAGING SERVICE IN FOOD & BEVERAGE OPERATIONS

    Objectives:

    1. Define "moments of truth" and identify staff members needed in a food service operation.
    2. Summarize typical restaurant server and busperson duties.
    3. List and discuss the tasks that banquet servers and room service attendants perform.
    4. Describe the duties of beverage servers and bartenders.
    5. Identify legal restrictions and liability issues affecting the service of alcoholic beverages.
    6. Explain how to tell when guests are intoxicated, and outline the steps to take when stopping alcohol service to them.
    7. Describe the importance of the menu to food service operations and explain how it is planned and designed.
    8. Identify procedures and issues involved with purchasing, receiving, storing, issuing, and controlling food service operation supplies and equipment.
    9. Summarize design, decor, and cleaning issues for food service operations.
    10. Describe the critical role of food sanitation in food and beverage operations, explain the HACCP concept of food safety, and discuss the role of staff members in ensuring food safety.
    11. Explain how food and beverage managers develop labor standards, forecast food and beverage sales, prepare work schedules, and analyze labor costs.
    12. Discuss revenue collection and control systems.
    13. Describe casual/theme restaurants and list examples of ways they give value to guests.
    14. Explain how banquets and catered events are sold, booked, planned, and executed.
    15. Discuss room service issues and summarize procedures for delivering room service.
    16. Describe on-site food service operations in the business and industry, health care, and college and university markets.
  •  CHIA (Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics)Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics

    The Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics (CHIA), in cooperation with AHLEI, is the leading certification for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professors, in Hospitality and Tourism programs. This recognition provides evidence of a thorough knowledge of the foundational metrics, definitions, formulas and methodologies that are used by the hotel industry. Recipients have proven that they can “do the math” and interpret the results. They have demonstrated an ability to analyze various types of hotel industry data and to make strategic inferences based upon that analysis. Certification also confirms a comprehensive understanding of benchmarking and performance reports that are used by industry professionals. Recipients have a grasp of the current landscape of the hotel industry, including relevant current events.  Achieving this distinction announces that these students have a place among the best graduates in their profession and opens the doors to future career opportunities. Qualifying students receive a certificate of accomplishment. Their names and schools are listed on the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) website and they can use the CHIA designation on their resume/CV and business cards.

    Content

    The certification is based upon four core content areas:

    • Hotel Industry Analytical Foundations
    • Hotel Math Fundamentals – the metrics used by the Hotel Industry
    • Property Level Benchmarking with STAR Reports
    • Hotel Industry Performance Reports (Trends, P&L, Pipeline and Destination Reports)
  •  Rooms Department ManagementCertification Course

     

    Course description:

    This course presents a systematic approach to managing Rooms Department in large and luxury international hotels by detailing the flow of business from the reservations process to check-out and account settlement. The course also examines the various elements of effective Housekeeping Management, paying particular attention to the planning and Human Resources Management.

    1. Summarize front office operations during the four stages of the guest cycle.
    2. Discuss the sales dimension of the reservations process and identify the tools managers use to track and control reservations.
    3. List the seven steps of the registration process and discuss creative registration options.
    4. Identify typical service requests that guests make at the front desk.
    5. Explain important issues in developing and managing a security program.
    6. Describe the process of creating and maintaining front office accounts.
    7. Identify functions and procedures related to the check-out and account settlement process.
    8. Discuss typical cleaning responsibilities of the housekeeping department.
    9. Summarize the steps in the front office audit process.
    10. Apply the ratios and formulas managers use to forecast room availability.
    11. Explain the concept of revenue management and discuss how managers can maximize revenue by using forecast information in capacity management, discount allocation, and duration control.
    12. Identify the steps in effective hiring and orientation.

    [ TOPICS ]

    • The Lodging Industry
    • Hotel Organization
    • Front Office Operations
    • Reservations
    • Registration
    • Front Office Responsibilities
    • Security and the Lodging Industry
    • Front Office Accounting
    • Check-Out and Account Settlement
    • The Role of Housekeeping in Hospitality Operations
    • Planning and Organizing the Housekeeping Department
    • The Front Office Audit
    • Planning and Evaluating Operations
    • Revenue Management
    • Managing Human Resources
  •  Strategic Sales & MarketingCertification Course

    Course Description:

    Students at AIM This course is designed to provide students with a solid background in hospitality sales and marketing. The main focus is on practical sales techniques for selling to targeted markets.

    Objectives:

    At the completion of this course, students should be able to:

    1. Distinguish marketing from sales and identify trends that affect marketing and sales in the hospitality industry.
    2. Identify and describe the key steps of a marketing plan.
    3. Summarize the duties and responsibilities of positions typically found in a hotel marketing and sales office.
    4. Describe the five steps of a presentation sales call.
    5. Explain the basics of effective telephone communication and describe various types of outgoing and incoming telephone calls related to the marketing and sales function.
    6. Describe internal marketing and sales.
    7. Explain the role of advertising, public relations, and publicity in reaching prospective guests.
    8. Summarize how hospitality properties are meeting the needs of business travelers.
    9. Explain how hospitality properties are meeting the needs of leisure travelers.
    10. Describe travel agencies and the travelers they serve.
    11. Summarize how hotels market and sell to meeting planners.
    12. Identify considerations for marketing hospitality products and services to international travelers and other special segments such as honeymooners, sports teams, and government travelers.
    13. Summarize trends affecting the food and beverage industry, and describe positioning strategies and techniques for restaurants and lounges
    14. Explain how hotels market and sell catered events and meeting rooms.
  •  SUPERVISION IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Certification Course

     

    General objective:

    This course is designed to provide students with the principles of supervision as they apply specifically to the hospitality industry.

    The purpose is to give students elementary knowledge & practice of management issues, including recruitment, training, performance evaluation, supervisory concerns, effective communication.

    The students will learn & practice in class different techniques to be ready to face line-manager responsibilities in the first years of their career in the Hospitality Industry.

    Course Description:

    1.   Identify fundamental supervisory responsibilities.
    2.   Explain the steps that supervisors can take to speak effectively on the job.
    3.   Describe how supervisors work with the human resources department to recruit new employees.
    4.   Explain the function of training within an organization and the supervisor's role in training.
    5.   Forecast business volume using the base adjustment forecasting method and the moving average forecasting method.
    6.   Distinguish coaching from counseling and disciplining.
    7.   Identify the components of a progressive disciplinary program.
    8.   List important laws and legal concerns that affect hospitality supervisors.
    9.   Describe issues supervisors should be aware of as they assume the role of team leader.
    10.  Explain how supervisors can increase employee participation in department activities.
    11.  Identify steps supervisors should follow during a meeting with employees in conflict.
    12.  Distinguish high-priority interruptions from low-priority interruptions, and summarize strategies for dealing with the latter.
    13.  Describe actions that supervisors can take to minimize employee resistance to change.

    Explain why it is important for supervisors to take control of their personal development, and describe how to execute a career development plan.

    • Week 1: Introduction to supervision in the Hospitality industry
      Discover today’s corporate environment: globalization, financial statements, the impact of new technologies on the workplace, staff expectations at work
      Understand factors influencing HR practice and decisions: Economic pressures, social pressures
      Define the specificity of the Hospitality industry: managing service

    • Week 2: The components of Management
      Define HR Planning and understand its main function: the impact on corporate organization, the different components of Management
      Power & Empowerment
      Leadership styles and motivation

    • Week 3 : Effective communication
      The communication process
      Active listening skills and the listening model
      The Management interview process

    • Week 4 : Effective communication (Part II)
      The communication process
      Non verbal communication & body language
      Speaking skills

    • Week 5 : Recruitment & Selection Procedures (Part I)
      Defining the vacancy
      Job description and job specification
      Identifying recruitment sources

    • Week 6: Recruitment & Selection Procedures (Part II)
      Recruitment methods to attract applicants in the Hospitality Industry
      Job ads
      Employer branding

    • Week 7: Recruitment & Selection Procedures (Part III)
      Resume & Application letter
      Interviewing Applicants
      The selection decision

    • Week 8 : Induction program
      The last step of a successful recruitment: inducting new employees
      Orientation

    • Week 10: Training (Part I)
      The importance of training
      Conditions for successful training
      Designing a training program

    • Week 11 : Training (Part II)
      Training the trainers
      The different learning styles
      Training within the Industry

    • Week 12 : Managing productivity & controlling labor costs
      HR Key records & statistics
      Personnel information & record card
      Regular HR statistics

    • Week 13 : Performance appraisal
      Different approaches to performance evaluation
      The aims of performance evaluation
      Steps in the Performance Evaluation Process

    • Week 14 : Health & Safety Definition of health & safety
      Characteristics of the Horeca sector
      Legal constraints
      Safety issues
      => Chapter 8 : Special supervisory concerns

    • Week 15 : Special supervisory concerns
      Understanding & preventing work-related stress
      Sexual Harassment
      Bullying

    • Week 16 : Discipline
      Purpose of a disciplinary action
      Managing the disciplinary process

    • Week 17 : Managing conflict
      Benefits, sources & types of conflicts
      Managing an individual conflict
      Dealing with criticism

    • Week 18 : Time management
      Time management tools
      Setting goals and priorities
      Monitoring progress






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    Intended learning outcomes:

    At the end of the session, students should be in the position to:

    • Explain how to recruit operational staff, from job description to post-acceptance letters.
    • Set up induction programs for welcoming new employees.
    • Set up training programs at the workplace.
    • Conduct a management interview with different management.
    • Objectives (performance appraisal, managing conflict, setting objectives, delegation...).
    • Explain the impact of different management styles on performance and motivation.
    • Describe contemporary issues that Human resources have to deal with.

N.B. : L'organisation de certains cours de management peut être modifiée en fonction du calendrier de certains "visiting professors".



Des travaux en équipe

Des travaux d’équipes pour des projets concrets, avec des planifications rigoureuses
nécessitant des connaissances approfondies, toutes dispensées durant le programme.


Une solide carrière internationale


Campus Langues

Grâce à la carte d'accès à la Bibliothèque de la CIUP offerte par l'AIM, les étudiants ont la possibilité de se perfectionner dans la langue étrangère de leur choix parmi un catalogue de plus de 26 langues.

Formation et perfectionnement de 26 langues étrangères

Campus languesAu sein du campus de la Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, l'Espace langues accueille les étudiants de l'AIM du lundi au vendredi et leur garantit d'excellentes conditions d'apprentissage des langues étrangères : langue générale, langue des affaires, grammaire, expression et compréhension écrite et orale, prononciation et perfectionnement.

Sont essentiellement dispensés par l'Espace langues :

français
anglais
espagnol
italien
portugais
turc
arabe
hébreu
chinois
farsi
ourdou
néerlandais
japonais
coréen
arménien
hindi
russe
grec

 

Espace langues – CIUP


Certifications professionnelles

L'AIM bénéficie d'un partenariat avec l'association américaine AHLEI attestant que les formations dispensées à l'AIM répondent aux plus hauts standards internationaux en matière d’enseignement supérieur.


Ces certifications professionnelles reconnues internationalement sont accessibles à tous les étudiants pendant leurs études.

Particulièrement destinées aux professionnels en exercice afin d'élargir leurs connaissances, elles permettent à nos étudiants d'accéder rapidement aux emplois au niveau international selon leur profil.

Un partenariat exclusif en France entre l’AIM et l’Association Fédérale Américaine de l’Hôtellerie AHLEI.

L’AHLEI fait autorité dans le monde entier en matière de conseil et de mise en place des meilleurs outils de gestion dans les plus grandes chaînes hôtelières internationales.

Pour n’en citer qu’un, le Uniform System of Accounts for Hotels, plan comptable de l’industrie hôtelière qu'il a conçu et édité, est utilisé par tous les grands établissements, aussi bien en France qu’au niveau international.


Fin du programme
Célébration de fin d’études

Chaque année les étudiants célèbrent la fin de leurs études avec leurs parents, leurs amis et l’équipe pédagogique et administrative de l’AIM, dans la salle Honnorat de la CIUP (Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris).

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