EAHM to host open house on March 14, 2018

Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management will highlight its 96% employability rate at the open house

Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, Dubai.
Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, Dubai.

Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM) will host an open house event on March 14, 2018. At the event, the school, which is ranked in the top 10 globally, will highlight its 96% employability rate.

Part of the Jumeirah Group, the hospitality school, in academic association with the prestigious Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Switzerland, offers BBA and MBA degree programs in International Hospitality Management.

The school is recognised by the UAE Ministry of Education- Higher Education Affairs, the Institute of Hospitality, UK, and International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education, Australasia.

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Founded in 2001, EAHM hosts students from more than 65 countries. Its interns have worked in 40 countries and the graduates have been employed by over 100 international companies.  

Commenting on the open house day, EAHM managing director Judy Hou said: “Our open day will provide a window on what it means to get a degree from EAHM, as a first step in foraying into the highly promising hospitality and tourism sectors. Our strong links to the world-renowned Jumeirah Group and our unique association with Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne sets us apart as a key provider of world-class education in this specialized field.”

The open day will be held on the school’s campus across the road from Burj Al Arab on March 14 at 5 pm.

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