You won't miss a beat with our Study Abroad program, open to students majoring in hospitality management or business who want to gain international experience with us in Switzerland. Experience a vibrant, international community without extending the duration of your study.
Our flexible curriculum empowers you to create your own customized educational journey. Providing you with strong foundations in business administration and hospitality, our diverse specializations are endorsed by some of the world’s most respected business and industry leaders. Our degree is accredited by Northwood University USA, which leaves you fully qualified and ready to make your mark!
How does it work?
• Choose a term and spend three months in the classroom. Customize your term by choosing up to five courses (15 credits), plus an optional language.
• Choose two terms and spend six months in the classroom. Customize your term by choosing up to five courses (15 credits), plus an optional language.
• Choose two terms and spend six months in the classroom, followed by a four to six month internship in Switzerland or worldwide. Our career coaches will help you every step of the way to help you make the most of your internship.
On the shores of Lake Geneva, Montreux offers stunning views of the Alps and the terraced vineyards of Lavaux. Benefiting from a unique microclimate, the city has an undeniable Mediterranean flair. The region is especially rich in cultural and international events, including the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival and the Christmas Market. Montreux is the perfect starting point to explore Lake Geneva on a steamboat, go hiking in the nearby Alps, or speed down a ski slope.
From yoga to cocktail master classes, themed banquets to ski trips, no matter what time of year you choose to study at Hotel Institute Montreux, there will be plenty to keep you busy! Expand your horizons as you interact with students from all around the world both inside and outside the classroom.
There are 4 possible starting dates: January, April, July or October
Select one of these three options. Customize your semester by choosing up to five courses (15 credits), plus an optional language: