Vatel Bachelor’s alumna Nguyen Thi Ngoc Tram (Ashley) shares with us: “My most memorable time in school will be the sharing sessions by my lecturers on their rich experience in the industry. All these make the learning process fun and interesting. At the same time, it is also a great stepping stone for me on what to expect when I step into the workforce.
Studying at Vatel is a great opportunity and a good foundation for those who want to follow their dreams of joining this industry. The curriculum has a good balance of both theoretical and practical knowledge, and I am proud to call myself a Vatelien!”
As part of the sales team in Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa Da Lat, Ho Chi Minh City, Ashley plays an integral role in promoting the hotel products and services and bringing in revenue.
More and more human communities consider ecotourism to be a solution that promotes their way of life, and preserves their culture and biodiversity surrounding them.Read more
Martin Rousset, a Vatel Nimes student, flew to Antananarivo for Vatel Madagascar’s specialization in ecotourism management for his last MBA year.Read more
The tourism sector, one that now attracts millions of young students throughout the world, is in tune with globalizationthat is currently being overturned by inequalities and environmental threats.Read more
Vatel Rwanda started in 2016, we began to prepare the first intake for 2018, headed by Nicole Bamukunde, a Rwandese graduate of Vatel, and who has worked in startups in her country, which is totally renewing itself.Read more
This last week of November, 339 5th year students competed in English for 1st place on the podium.Read more
The Vatel Group of schools turns 40 years this year and our Founder, Mr. Alain Sebban, speaks on Europe1's Saga podcast with Elisabeth Assayag and Emmanuel Duteil about the schools, including Vatel Rwanda.Read more