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HTMi Research Journals – Q1 2021 Editions Published

Congratulations on the 1st quarter 2021 publications: to our Research Group, led by Dr Carlos Oberli, Mr Jack Iveson, Mate Hegyi and Polina Ermolaeva

Congratulations to our excellent student researchers for achieving their research publication.

 

International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal :

https://www.sturesearch.ch/?cat=66

 

Jun Wei Woo: Social-cultural impacts of tourism in Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia

Leon Post: Analysing the evolution of resident behaviour in urban and rural regions in the context of sustainable tourism development: A case study of the Netherlands

Linda Phanova: An Analysis of the Influence of Practical Courses in Hospitality Education on Students’ Future Career: a Case of Swiss Hospitality and Tourism Management Institutes

Martina Leép: An investigation of perceptions of workplace expectations and their influence on labour turnover: the case study of Corinthia Hotel Budapest

 

Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal :

https://www.sturesearcher.ch/?cat=57

 

Alexandra Rosu: An investigation of the impact of workplace cultural diversity on the formal enactment of Organizational Standards of Hotel Chains: The Case of JW Marriott Bucharest.

Marin Čače: An investigation on ecotourism travel motives and sustainable tourism development:

A Case Study on the Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

Nicole Pesantes: Investigation of critical conditions for the implementation of empowerment at the workplace: case study of 5-star hotels in Geneva

Teresa Le: An investigation of the impact of cultural identity on travellers’ perceptions of a destination image: the case of Western European travellers’ perceptions on Vietnam

 

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2021-04-08T19:45:16+02:00

Focus : Mr. Fabrice Tessier Guest Speaker for Global Student Forum 2021 21st April

“Accor’s Vision for the Hospitality Industry in a post-Covid19 World”.

HTMi Switzerland is pleased to announce that Mr. Fabrice Tessier, VP School Relations and Partnerships Talent & Culture, Accor, Paris, France will be one of its guest speakers at our Global Student Forum taking place on 21st and 22nd April 2021. Mr. Tessier will be talking about “Accor’s Vision for the Hospitality Industry in a post-Covid19 World”.

Fabrice has been a member of the Accor family since the beginning of his career, having worked in three operational as well as two regional and four corporate offices. His achievements have been rewarded with a recognition Award from Ecpat NGO in2004, a nomination for Innovation by The Hospitality Awards in 2010 as well as Company with best recognized relations with schools in 2018 and 2019.

Fabrice Tessier started his career as restaurant manager in Paris after his bachelor’s in hospitality management from Ecole Hôtelière de Paris. Loving the industry, he decided to pursue a career in hotel management and has worked in close areas of hotel operations, holding different positions including Trainer, and F&B Manager opening a Novotel in Comoros Islands. Fabrice’s passion has always been in developing talent within the organisation so the move into human resources was a natural progression.

One of Fabrice’s most notable experiences in 2000 when he was appointed Vice President Human Resources Accor in Asia based in Bangkok. 22,000 employees were working in the organization including 260 expatriates in 10 Asian countries. In the region, he oversaw the implementation of remuneration systems, boosted mobility both within and outside the region, developed national managers, and organized training programs for all employees. There, with the support of other hotels, he developed a partnership with Ecpat to promote actions protecting children from sexual exploitation in the tourism industry. This led to an agreement by many hotels to sign a Code of Conduct between Ecpat with WTO and UNICEF, now expanded within Accor. From there he moved to different positions in HR within Accor as VP HR, and Project Director.

Since 2010 he holds the position of VP School Relations and Partnerships for Accor Group. His role is aligned with the future needs of recruitment for Accor, namely, to identify and develop partnerships with the best Hospitality Schools, Universities and Business Schools. The goal is to see an increasing number of graduates taking management positions within Accor for the benefit of our industry development. Based in Paris, his department is part of the Hotel Services department in Corporate Talent & Culture. Fabrice gives lectures about HR-related issues in a few Universities and represents Accor in several School and Institution boards.

Anthony Lack, President of HTMi International Events Association

2021-04-06T16:50:53+02:00

News Release – HTMi Switzerland Proudly Announces International Speakers for Global Student Forum 2021

HTMi Switzerland is pleased to announce an international line up of guest speakers for our second Global Student Forum and International Research Conference taking place on the 21st to 22nd April 2021. We have the following guest speakers.

Ms. Kylie Thuyen, Human Resources Manager, The Grace Hotel, Sydney, Australia, a graduate of HTMi Switzerland
Dr. Thomas Sladko, Managing Director, ISPD Protocol & Diplomacy, Oman
Mr. John Lohr, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation Hosco, Barcelona, Spain
Mr. Fabrice Tessier, VP School Relations and Partnerships Talent & Culture, Accor, Paris, France

The forum will bring together a global audience of staff and students from HTMi Switzerland’s global hotel partners and institutes. The forum will allow the participants to think outside the box in creating an innovative concept for the hospitality and tourism industry.

The theme for the forum is “What source of innovation contributes to the salvation of the hospitality industry?”, which highlights the importance of innovation and implementation of initiatives in the hospitality industry, while striving for finding alternative solutions in business development and the post Covid19 pandemic era.

The event aims to enhance the advanced learning and innovation within all partnering hotels and institutions globally while setting a new industry standard through innovative business concepts.

Anthony Lack, President of HTMi International Events Association

2021-03-24T18:35:22+01:00

HTMi Switzerland Moves Up to Global Rank 13 in the QS World University Rankings – Hospitality and Leisure

HTMi Switzerland Moves Up to Global Rank 13 in the QS World University Rankings for Hospitality and Leisure

Visit the QS Rankings for Hospitality and Leisure Management: https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject-rankings/2021/hospitality-leisure-management

Previously ranked 17, moves up in 2021 to rank 13, and top ten for “Employer Reputation”.

Congratulations to everyone at HTMi Switzerland

2021-03-04T10:11:56+01:00

Academic Metrics 2020

Student Satisfaction Level of HTMi Academics: 89.4 %
Pass-rate (before resits): 96.8 %

Based upon data collected and analysed by the HTMi Academic Dept on student satisfaction of HTMi academic teaching and learning and based upon two externally examined exam boards in 2020.

Next 2020 metrics to be published are:
Trailing 3-year graduate analysis update – 25th February
QS Ranking Results – 4th March

2021-02-22T14:11:09+01:00

HTMi Research Journals – Q4 2020 Editions Published

Congratulations on the 4th quarter 2020 publications: to our Research Group, led by Dr Carlos Oberli, Mr Jack Iveson, Mate Hegyi and Polina Ermolaeva

Congratulations to our excellent student researchers for achieving their research publication: Ha Hiep, Mariann Blaskovich Samson Choy, Mohammad Disandhy Anasiru, Kudaibergen Baizhanov, Daan Reijinierse, Martina Leep, and Linda Phanova.

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International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal :
https://www.sturesearch.ch/?cat=65

Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal :
https://www.sturesearcher.ch/?cat=56

2021-01-06T20:32:23+01:00

SHMi Online Course – Certificate Diploma in International Wedding Planning

SHMi – Swiss Hospitality Management Institute, a sister brand of HTMi – Hotel and Tourism Management Institute, Switzerland, is pleased to announce the release of its first online course: Certificate Diploma in International Wedding Planning.

An innovative program that has been carefully designed for the lovers of one of the most successful and glamorous industries of the last decades. Through a modern platform and a self-paced study format, we give the student the opportunity to discover, learn and become a professional wedding planner.

Visit shmionline.com SHMi, Swiss Hospitality Management Institute

Led by Mrs. Carolina Carrasco, Wedding and Event Planner & Designer, who has more than 11 years of experience in the market as a wedding director, supported by her master’s studies carried out at HTMi Switzerland and also by her work experience in Arab Weddings in Dubai – UAE, guarantees an interesting, qualified and well-accomplished academic training.

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2020-12-18T14:02:07+01:00
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