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According to the results of the prestigious Eduniversal ranking, ESCP Business School's Master in Hospitality & Tourism Management is positioned as the tenth best in the world.

This programme stands out for its academic offer, the high standards of its professors and students and its international focus. It offers first-class business training to young professionals who wish to pursue an international and fast-moving career in the hospitality and tourism sector.

In addition, students participate in the Professional Development Program (PDP) taught at Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (NYC - USA), considered a world leader in this field, in specialised fields such as Hotel Financial Management, Advanced Hotel Operations, Advanced Hotel Marketing or Revenue Management.

The three criteria taken into account to rank this programme tenth in the world were: 

  1.  The reputation of the programme, being known and recognised by recruitment companies, with a proactive approach towards them. 
  2.  The salary of the first job after graduation, as graduates of the Master In Hospitality & Tourism Management at ESCP manage to get placed in the best jobs in the market.
  3. The level of student satisfaction, taking into account that students feel that their opinions are valued in order to improve the programmes.

In the words of Javier Tafur, Dean of ESCP Business School Madrid Campus, "this international positioning reflects ESCP's solid international experience and philosophy, of which we are truly proud. It also consolidates our mission and our commitment to excellence in education.


The programme is an experience that prepares executives with the necessary skills to be leaders and professionals who make a truly positive impact on the hospitality and tourism sector," he says. 


The Master In Hospitality & Tourism Management is taught in Spain at the Madrid campus, and is designed to foster a new generation of fearless, cross-cultural professionals through a combination of innovative pedagogy and multi-campus programmes. According to statistics, 80% of students are employed within three months of graduation.
The programme lasts 15 months and focuses on providing students with the theoretical and practical tools to be successful in the hospitality industry, enhancing critical and strategic thinking.

 

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