Singapore's just gotten a little more hospitable, thanks to the opening of a brand new hospitality management school.
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), the No 1 hospitality management school in the world, is arriving to open a new campus in Singapore.
Founded in 1893, EHL is famed as the only Swiss hospitality management university that's recognized by the Swiss Federal Government and accredited by New England Commission of Higher Education. Their programs are designed to encourage entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, and industry knowledge in students. These standards will be replicated at EHL Campus (Singapore), where EHL has been granted the 4-year EduTrust Certification.
Founded in 1893, EHL is the only Swiss hospitality management university recognized by the Swiss Federal Government and accredited by New England Commission of Higher Education. Our programs are designed to instil the subtle mix of entrepreneurial spirit, creativity, and industry knowledge in students. These standards will be replicated at EHL Campus (Singapore), where EHL has been granted the 4-year EduTrust Certification.
“Receiving the certification prior to the campus opening is a great demonstration of confidence in the quality and excellence of our institution.” said Dr Juan F. Perellon, Chief Risk and Compliance Officer, EHL Group, and Member of the Board of Directors of EHL Campus (Singapore). André Witschi, Chairman of the EHL Group Board of Governors, adds that “We are grateful for the Singaporean authorities’ go-ahead in this exciting project and we are very much looking forward to establishing a strong international foothold in one of the world’s most dynamic and competitive countries. Receiving this certification is a great milestone which allows us to move forward with the next steps of the project, and namely confirm thelocation of the premises of our campus in Singapore”.
EHL Campus (Singapore) hopes to deliver the same internationally recognized “Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management” degree as EHL Campus Lausanne, adding first-hand local market knowledge and experience to the curriculum. This new campus aims
to expand the opportunities for future hospitality leaders to thrive in an international landscape.