MSc Wine & Hospitality Management

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Curriculum

Admission level

Degree

MSc in Wine and Hospitality Management

Admission level:

Bachelor's degree
Courses

26,900€ - 3 academic semesters

Degree:

Master of Science

MSc in Wine and Hospitality Management

Intake - October

Admission level :
Bachelor's degree
Duration :
3 academic semesters
Degree :
Master of Science
Campus :
Bordeaux Paris Lausanne
Format :
Full time
Language :
English

Courses

Format :
Full time
Duration :
3 academic semesters
Language :
English
Campus :
Bordeaux Paris Lausanne
Admission level :
Bachelor's degree + 6 months work experience in the wine, hospitality or related industries
SEMESTER 1 & 2

FOUNDATIONS OF WINE & HOSPITALITY BUSINESS
-WSET Level 3 award in wines
- Wine regions
- Art & Wine
- Wine Economics
- Wine Markets
- Wine Distribution Channels &  Negotiations with Distributors
- Restaurant Economics
- Sommellerie & Wine Cellar Management
- Hospitality Economics
- Trends, Innovations and New Business Models
- Managing Underperforming Properties


STUDY TRIPS & FIELDS VISITS
- Business Field Trip: French wine regions
- Business Field Trip: Swiss surrounding wine regions


DEVELOPING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS
- Entrepreneurship
- Wine & Hospitality: CSR and Sustainability
- Hotel Financial Statement Analysis
- Advanced Corporate Finance for the Hospitality Industry
- Valuation of wine assets
- Investment Strategies in Wine
- Strategic Wine & Hospitality Marketing
- Applied Wine & Hospitality Marketing
- High Performance Distribution
- Strategy for Hotels
- Revenue Management for Market Leaders
- Maximizing Individual and Collective Performance
- Business Research Methods
- Project Management / Consultancy

SEMESTER 3

RESEARCH THESIS

The thesis is a research project, conducted with the support of an academic supervisor. The written report and its oral presentation contribute to one third of the final grade to obtain the MSc degree.

FULL-TIME 6-MONTH INTERNSHIP

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