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Glion and Les Roches gain higher ranking this year

Released on 27 February, 2019, QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019 has ranked Sommet Education among the world’s top four for hospitality education and the world’s top three for employer reputation in hospitality and leisure management, the only hospitality education group with two higher education institutions.

 

The QS World University Rankings categorise the world’s top universities by subject areas, covering 48 different subjects in 2019. The rankings aim to help prospective students identify the world’s leading schools in their chosen field of study, extending the list of subjects each year in response to a high demand for subject-level comparisons.

In the ‘Hospitality and Leisure Management’ category, the survey included two criteria: academic and employer rating, used to assess institutions’ reputations among international scholars and industry leaders.

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In 2019, the QS World University Rankings draw on survey responses from 83,000 academics and 42,000 responses from graduate employers worldwide.

Speaking about the rankings, Benoît-Etienne Domenget, CEO of Sommet Education, said: “We welcome the latest results from QS World University Rankings and are pleased to see both Les Roches and Glion hospitality management schools represented in the top three institutions for employer reputation, as well as ranked among the world’s top four for hospitality education.”

According to the same survey, Sommet Education is the only network with two institutions ranked among the world’s top three hospitality institutions for employer reputation.

 

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