MBA in Hospitality Management (IMHI)

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The ESSEC MBA in Hospitality Management – IMHI is recognized by the industry as Europe’s leading hospitality management program due to its strong international and strategic focus.

Program Strengths:

- 2 different tracks, a two-year track for post-bachelor students and a one-year track for individuals with a strong profesional background

- Over 30 years of experience

- World class faculty and well established company partnerships

- Strong alumni network of over 1,500 graduates globally

- AACSB and EQUIS accredited

- Ongoing career services and support

Download a brochure to find out how the MBA in Hospitality Management IMHI can help you achieve your professional ambitions and get you the job that you have always dreamed of.


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