Hoge Hotelschool Amsterdam is part of Hotelschool The Hague.
Hotelschool The Hague was founded in 1929 by the HORECAF, the Dutch organization for Hotels, Restaurants and Bars. Since then, the school has grown into one of the best hotel management schools in the world. Graduates of Hotelschool The Hague can be found in top management positions all over the world. Apart from a Bachelor education Hotelschool The Hague also offers a Master programme.
Furthermore the school founded a research centre in 2010. Profit and non-profit organisations which want to integrate hospitality in their day-to-day process can obtain advice from Hotelschool Performance Management BV.
In academic year 2002-2003 Hotelschool The Hague opened a campus in Amsterdam, located on the Prinses Irenelaan. The dormitories and practice hotel, together known as the Skotel, as well as the practice restaurant, Le Début, are situated at De Klencke. On the 19th of May 2011 Hotelschool The Hague signed a contract with Pronam Aurora BV for the schools new location in Amsterdam.
In august 2012 the campus will move to its permanent location. Offering excellent study programmes in the field of hospitality, Amsterdam is evident for many reasons. The city is a major touristic attraction and a transport hub for Europe and the rest of the world. Amsterdam is a centre of culture and gastronomy. And with 177 different nationalities the city is very international.
August 2012 Hotelschool Amsterdam, part of Hotelschool The Hague, is moving from its temporary location in Amsterdam to its permanent location near the Rembrandtpark in Amsterdam. After the relocation, the Amsterdam campus will be equal in size as the The Hague campus. At both locations you will find the same high standards of service and facilities which Hotelschool The Hague is renowned for.
Hotelschool Amsterdam will welcome its first group of students in August 2012 at the new campus in the western part of Amsterdam, the Jan Evertsenstraat 171. To accommodate the needs of the Hotelschool programme and facilities, the entire building has been stripped, renovated and redecorated. The property next to the new Hotelschool building in Amsterdam will be developed by Apollo Hotels & Resorts into a Ramada Apollo Centre hotel.
Hotelschool The Hague offers a four year Bachelor programme which results in a Bachelor Business Administration in Hotel Management (BBA.HM). We also offer a special two-year International Fast Track programme. This programme allows students with a previous qualification in hospitality studies to follow a shortened version of the Bachelor’s programme. Since October 2001, Hotelschool The Hague also offers a one-year Masters programme in Hospitality Management. All programmes are taught in English.
The new campus will boast an open, accessible and spacious design, where the dormitories, restaurants, study facilities and practice hotel are located. The different areas within and around the building will be suitable for studying, living, relaxing and meeting in both a formal and informal setting.
The student dormitories will consist of 128 double rooms with communal living-areas with kitchens on each floor. Furthermore, a laundromat and communal breakfast area will be available for the students as well. To accommodate for educational needs, a Media Centre, state of the art classrooms and Auditorium will be installed.
The new Amsterdam campus will also be open to outside guests to experience Hotelschool’s “homemade hospitality”. For this specific reason, 20 double hotelrooms and a new Le Début fine dining restaurant will be realised. Within this practice hotel and restaurant Hotelschool’s own students will provide service to the guests. The 20 hotelrooms will be furnished by different international hotel chains.
The employees and students themselves will be welcome at the live-cooking buffet restaurant modeled after the V&D’s La Place concept. Furthermore guests and students are welcome in Les Saveurs, an all day coffee bar where also tapas and drinks will be served around 17.00 hours.
Jan Evertsenstraat 171, Amsterdam
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