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VISION We aim to be a worldwide leader in providing cutting edge hospitality management VISION We aim to be a worldwide leader in providing cutting edge hospitality management education in a surrounding that is based on quality, safety and professionalism.

Mission Statement SHM will teach the traditional fundamentals of Swiss hospitality, utilizing the latest Mission Statement SHM will teach the traditional fundamentals of Swiss hospitality, utilizing the latest state of the art technology and incorporating modern teaching methods to prepare its students for roles as future international hotel and business managers.

Core Values Security Our prime concern in Lenk is the safety of all our Core Values Security Our prime concern in Lenk is the safety of all our students for both learning and working. Lenk at the end of the Simmental valley and away from major cities is perfect for secure living and learning thus giving parents’ piece of mind whilst their children are away from home.

Core Values Pursuit of Excellence Through commitment to our Vision, Mission, Forum, Focus, Core Core Values Pursuit of Excellence Through commitment to our Vision, Mission, Forum, Focus, Core Practices and Processes, SHML provides innovation and continuous improvement to its teachers and students.

Core Values Unity and Respect for One Another Students can achieve our full potential Core Values Unity and Respect for One Another Students can achieve our full potential for them by valuing the unique contribution of each academic member, while working together towards our mission and maintaining balance in their lives.

Core Values Integrity SHML will deliver on our commitments to both our Swiss & Core Values Integrity SHML will deliver on our commitments to both our Swiss & International students, Sponsors, Partners and one another by always doing what is right.

Board of Directors Robert Arnold, a Swiss national, is a graduate of the world Board of Directors Robert Arnold, a Swiss national, is a graduate of the world famous “Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne”, Switzerland. With 35 years experience in senior executive hotel management with international companies such as Hilton International, Oberoi International, Intercontinental Hotels, and Leading Hotels of the World. Robert opened and managed many new 5 star hotels and resorts of the world. Peter Eberhardt, a Swiss national, is a graduate of the World famous “Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne” and has 25 years of opening and General Management experience in Hotels and Resorts in Switzerland French Polynesia such as Hyatt, Accor and Movenpick. Peter is now the joint owner of Sirius Hospitality, a company specialising in Hotel, Restaurant ownership, Hotel and Resort Management, Hospitality Consulting and Executive Search for the Hospitality industry. Urs Eberhardt, a Swiss national, also a graduate of “Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne”, has had over 20 years of Senior General Management experience in several countries of the world. His profession took him to places such as Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia and Mauritius. During his career he was privileged to work in several Palaces in Switzerland, The Fullerton Singapore, Park Plaza Hotels International and Pansea Angkor. Urs is currently the joint owner of Sirius Hospitality Services.

Accreditation SHML has signed a managed progression agreement with the University of Gloucestershire, where Accreditation SHML has signed a managed progression agreement with the University of Gloucestershire, where students completing their three year Higher Diploma at SHML will have the opportunity to progress to the BA (Hons) in Strategic Hospitality Management. University of Gloucestershire is ranked in the top 8 UK universities for their Hospitality Faculty.

Board of Advisers n n Mr. Hans R. Jenni, President of GHM (www. ghmhotels. Board of Advisers n n Mr. Hans R. Jenni, President of GHM (www. ghmhotels. com) Mr. Onno Poortier, President of The Leela (www. theleela. com), former President of Peninsula Group Mr. Fritz Sommerau, Head of Hospitality Service, The Hong Kong Jockey Club (www. hkjc. com) Mr. Peter O. Wirth, Independent International Hotelier

PREFERED HOTEL GROUPS GHM Swiss Belhotel South Pacific Management Are our preferred employers giving PREFERED HOTEL GROUPS GHM Swiss Belhotel South Pacific Management Are our preferred employers giving students clear employment perspectives for internships whilst preparing career paths for graduating students.

Quality Management SHML is also pleased to announce that it has committed the College Quality Management SHML is also pleased to announce that it has committed the College to a quality management system with SGS (Société Générale de Surveillance) to obtain an ISO 9001: 2008 certification and will include the standards of Swiss Deluxe Hotels, The Leading Hotels of the World and Relais & Chateau into our learning plans.

Academic Program SHML offers 4 unique diplomas n n SHML Diploma - Food and Academic Program SHML offers 4 unique diplomas n n SHML Diploma - Food and Beverage Management (2 Years) SHML Diploma - Hotel Management (2 Years) Higher Diploma of Hotel and Resort Management (Associate Degree, 3 Years) BA (Hons) Degree in Strategic Hospitality Management, (4 Years) The latter two are accredited by University of Gloucestershire

Internships have always been seen in Switzerland as a very important part of the Internships have always been seen in Switzerland as a very important part of the hospitality educational process as it offers students a wonderful opportunity to put into practice learning outcomes from the previous college semester. SHML follows this important practice and will help all students find good internship jobs in Switzerland. Internships allows the students to practice their language skills, allow discoveries of new destinations, provide a paid full work experience, increase employability with certificates of employment, and open the doors to a permanent job. During the five or six month internship, Students will develop a broad range of skills that will prepare them for future managerial positions.

COURSE A BACHELOR OR ARTS (HONORS) OF STRATEGIC HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SEMESTER 1 TO 7 COURSE A BACHELOR OR ARTS (HONORS) OF STRATEGIC HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT SEMESTER 1 TO 7 (RECOGNIZED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE) FEES BREAKDOWN IN CHF SEMESTER In £ 1 2 3 4 Internship 5 6 Internship 7 Internship Application fee 100 Damage deposit (refundable) 500 MAIN FEES 38 weeks at the University of Gloucestershire 20'000 8615 £ Standard Double Room** 3'675 2546 £ Full Board (Compulsory)** 3'780 1200 £ OTHER FEES Books & Materials (Estimate) 600 Net work set - up 350 800 1'470 Insurance* 1'370 150 1'550 50 £ 250 2'650 Uniforms 1300 £ 13711 £ (Service, Kitchen, College) Kitchen Tool Kit Laptop*** Local Transport and other Totals 5'200 29'525 29'175 29'625 Internship Students paid CHF 2, 340 approx. per month First Job placement 14'040 First Job Tuition

COURSE B SEMESTER 1 TO 6 HIGHER DIPLOMA OF HOTEL & RESORT MANAGEMENT (RECOGNIZED COURSE B SEMESTER 1 TO 6 HIGHER DIPLOMA OF HOTEL & RESORT MANAGEMENT (RECOGNIZED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERHIRE) FEES BREAKDOWN IN CHF SEMESTER 1 2 3 4 5 6 Internship Application fee 100 Damage deposit (refundable) 500 MAIN FEES 20'000 Standard Double Room** 3'675 Full Board (Compulsory)** 3'780 OTHER FEES Books & Materials (Estimate) Net work set - up 350 800 1'470 Insurance* 1'370 150 1'550 Uniforms (Service, Kitchen, College) Kitchen Tool Kit 250 Laptop*** 2'650 Totals Internship 600 5'200 29'525 29'175 29'625 Students paid CHF 2, 340 approx. per month 14'040 Students paid CHF 2, 340 approx. per month. 14'040 * Health insurance and private liability is paid once a year and includes taught semesters and internship, (price may vary at any time). ** Lodging and full board is compulsory; all rooms have individual bathroom First Job placement First Job Tuition

SHML-Diploma of Hotel Management Program: SHML Diploma of Hotel Management Duration: 2 years (4 SHML-Diploma of Hotel Management Program: SHML Diploma of Hotel Management Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Taught semesters: 2 Internships: 2 (5 to 6 months) Intakes: September and March Age: 18 minimum Qualification: High School Diploma or equivalent English level: TOEFL 500 Accreditation: The Swiss College of Hospitality Management

This professional program prepares students for the SHML Diploma of Hotel Management All our This professional program prepares students for the SHML Diploma of Hotel Management All our courses have been designed by professional hoteliers who have had over 80 years combined operational experience in Executive and General Management of international five star hotels and resorts, and supported by exceptional academic standards. This Diploma course had been designed as a two year/ four semester course for direct entry to a professional career in the Hospitality Industry. The units join academic theory and trade based learning (practical classes) with specialized internships in the Swiss hospitality industry. It aims at providing students with excellent operational and supervisory skills, firstrate knowledge and admirable attitude. On completion of the SHML Diploma in Hotel and Resort Management, students will be able to join an International Hotel company. This course does not allow students to return at a later date to complete the degree courses.

Semester 1 – Year one Brief description of course programs: Food and Beverage Service Semester 1 – Year one Brief description of course programs: Food and Beverage Service Management Kitchen Management. Accounting – Food and Beverage Control Hygiene – HACCP Semester 2 - Year one Internship (5 -6 months)-Restaurant, Beverage Operations; Semester 3 - Year Two Brief description of course programs Rooms Division Human Resources Hospitality Accounting Sales Hotel Business German 2 Semester 4 - Year Two Internship (5 -6 months);

SHML-Diploma of Food and Beverage Management Program: SHML Diploma of Food and Beverage Management SHML-Diploma of Food and Beverage Management Program: SHML Diploma of Food and Beverage Management Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Taught semesters: 2 Internships: 2 (5 to 6 months) Intakes: September and March Age: 18 minimum Qualification: High School Diploma or equivalent English level: TOEFL 500

This professional program prepares students for the Swiss Higher Diploma of Hotel Management – This professional program prepares students for the Swiss Higher Diploma of Hotel Management – Associate Degree program. All our courses have been designed by professional hoteliers who have had over 80 years combined operational experience in executive management of international hotels and resorts, and supported by exceptional academic standards of the University of Gloucestershire. The courses join academic theory and trade based learning (practical classes) with specialized internships in the Swiss hospitality industry. It aims at providing students with excellent operational and supervisory skills, first-rate knowledge and admirable attitude. On completion of the SHML Diploma in Food and Beverage Management, students will continue their studies and complete the SHML Higher Diploma of Hotel Management (associate degree);

Semester 1 Food Service Management Wine and Bar Services Food and Beverage Accounting/Cost Controls Semester 1 Food Service Management Wine and Bar Services Food and Beverage Accounting/Cost Controls Human Resource Supervision Hotel Business English 1 Hotel Business German 1 Semester 2 Internship (5 -6 months)-Restaurant, Beverage Operations; Semester 3 Culinary Arts and Sciences Catering, Banquets and Events Kitchen Calculations/Food Control Systems Hotel Business English 2 Hotel Business German 2 Semester 4 Internship (5 -6 months);

SHML-Higher Diploma of Hotel and Resort Management (Associate Degree) Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) SHML-Higher Diploma of Hotel and Resort Management (Associate Degree) Duration: 3 years (6 semesters) Taught semesters: 3 Internships: 3 (5 to 6 months) Intakes: September and March Age: 18 minimum Qualification: High School Diploma or equivalent English level: TOEFL 500 Accreditation: University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, UK

This professional program prepares students for the BA (Hons) Strategic Hospitality Degree. Our courses This professional program prepares students for the BA (Hons) Strategic Hospitality Degree. Our courses have been designed by professional hoteliers who have had over 80 years combined operational experience in executive management of international hotels and resorts, and supported by exceptional academic teaching standards as approved by the University of Gloucestershire, UK. The courses join academic theory and trade based learning (practical classes) with specialized internships in the Swiss hospitality industry. It aims at providing students with excellent operational and supervisory skills, first-rate knowledge and admirable attitude. On completion of the SHML Higher Diploma, students continue their studies and complete the BA (Hons) degree; however, Students have the possibility of starting their professional careers at this stage and returning at a later date to complete their Degrees. For semesters 1 - 4 please see the SHML-Diploma of Food and Beverage Management

Semester 5 This final hotel operations semester will prepare hospitality students to fulfil the Semester 5 This final hotel operations semester will prepare hospitality students to fulfil the managerial and supervision functions of the principal departments of a national or international hotel or resort. This training will incorporate operational details, but with an emphasis that will be placed on supervisory and managerial principles. Rooms Division Management Front Office Management and Operations Rooms Division Services: Front of House Administration: Planning and Managing: Property interiors and design: Front Office Management techniques: Sales techniques: budgets; Housekeeping Operations and Management Sales and Marketing Hospitality Managerial Accounting Human Resource Management Business English 3 Semester 6 Internship 5 -6 Months To graduate with an associate degree – Swiss Higher Diploma in Hotel Management, students must complete all 6 semesters of SHML course programs.

CAMPUS FACILITIES The campus is a fully operational hotel that has been recently been CAMPUS FACILITIES The campus is a fully operational hotel that has been recently been renovated and is located in the centre of Lenk. Facilities at the campus include: Rooms are either for single or double occupancy and have their own bathrooms with bath or shower, hair dryers, cupboards and natural lighting with heating. The bedrooms include flat screen TVs, new beds, carpeting, desks and good lighting. Public facilities include a library, lounge with fire place, bar and 2 restaurants, gym, sauna, steam bath, outdoor swimming pool and gardens as well as an in-house laundry.

Successful completion of years one and two provides the Student with 2 certificates and Successful completion of years one and two provides the Student with 2 certificates and a Diploma of Food and Beverage Management. Students successfully completing year 3 will graduate from SHML with a Swiss Higher Diploma (or as it is commonly known outside of Switzerland - an Associate Degree) in Hotel Management. Students successfully graduating from year 4 will receive a BA (Hons) Strategic Hospitality Management degree from the University of Gloucestershire UK.