EAHM names Emirati student as 'Jumeirah Intern of the Year'

Yousef Monjazebi completed a six-month internship at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray on The Palm

Yousef Monjazebi.
Yousef Monjazebi.

Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM) has named Yousef Monjazebi, an Emirati BBA student named ‘Jumeirah Intern of the Year’ after completing a six-month internship at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray on The Palm; spending four months in learning & development and two months in human resources.

Monjazebi said he developed a passion for working in human resources through the course of the internship.

“The hospitality industry is the fastest growing industry in the world and having a degree in this field opens up doors for hospitality graduates. With the Expo 2020 coming to Dubai, there will be endless opportunities – 65,000 jobs purely catered to hospitality graduates. Now is the best time to study Hospitality Business Management,” Monjazebi said.

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EAHM, which was ranked in the among the top ten best hospitality schools in the world by global education research firm Education.com, is a part of the Jumeirah Group and has academic association with École Hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland.

EAHM offers BBA and MBA Degree programs in International Hospitality Management and the academy is recognized by the UAE’s Ministry of Education as well as education authorities in the UAE, UK and Australia.

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