Ferrieres School • Paris, France

Ferrières Hotel school in Paris first opened its doors to students in 2015. It’s perfectly situated in a historical Chateau built by Paxton. Fèrrieres made it it’s mission to provide outstanding training for people that want to become professionals in Hospitality, Gastronomy and Luxury. With the perspective of getting a full time employment contract upon graduation, Ferrières welcomes students who want to find their calling the hospitality industry. The “Bachelor Ferrières” is a 3 years graduate programme in French or English that prepares students to either find a job or for the continuation on to a Master’s degree. During the Bachelor programme, students learn at least 3 languages (French, Spanish / German, Chinese) besides gaining valuable Hospitality & Gastronomy insights. Internships and Masterclasses to deepen industry knowledge are also included. The first year’s courses are taught in French and 33% in English. In Year 2, students get the chance to do internships in Franc or abroad.
Fèrrieres School is well-know, appreciated and supported by experts in Gastronomy, Hospitality and Luxury. To be eligible to study at Ferrières a high school diploma, letter of motivation and a personal interview are requirements. Ferrières guarantees an international education and the acquiring diverse professional skills.

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