Programmes & Courses
Innovative academic programme
Studies at IHTTI School of Hotel Management combine the excellence of traditional Swiss hospitality training with international standards of business and management training. Particular emphasis is placed on the latest innovations and trends in design, technology and luxury brand management.
A unique concept
Within the hospitality field, you will gain specialised skills in Food and Beverage Management, a sound knowledge of design, along with an understanding of the luxury industry and the management of related brands.
IHTTI has a dedicated design studio where you will learn the principles of interior decorating in order to personalise and transform the look and feel of a space.
Know-how from international experts
The innovative programme in hospitality and design offered at IHTTI is supported by HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates, the world’s leading hospitality design firm and LesConcierges, the world’s premier provider of global concierge services.
Thanks to workshop sessions, you will acquire the fundamentals of interior decorating from the internationally experienced staff of HBA.
Small class sizes allow intensive interaction between lecturers and students and ensure a high level of personal attention to each student. Personalised service and intensive academic support will maximise your learning experience.
English is the school’s official language and all classes are conducted in this language. Students are expected to use English throughout the working day.
English Foundation Programme
Through the English Foundation Programme offered by the Swiss Education Group students can improve their English skills before starting their hospitality programme.
Foreign languages are vital skills in the hospitality industry. IHTTI offers three language options, French, German or Spanish, as part of its educational programmes.
Books, periodicals and journals on hospitality and related topics can be found in the school library, which is well stocked with up-to-date resources. Students also have access to a wide range of electronic databases, which store thousands of academic and industry articles.
Students can also obtain a Neuchâtel library card, which entitles them to use the city’s university and public libraries. Students enrolled in the final semester of the Bachelor programme have access to the University of Derby’s library and online database system.