Motel One and the International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef start an exclusive cooperationMotel One puts further focus on personnel development
Munich, 26 November 2013: The low budget design hotel Motel One and the International University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef · Bonn (IUBH) have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement. Starting in July 2014 at the new One Campus in Munich, Motel One employees and first year students will have the opportunity to pursue study and training programmes developed by the IUBH. The IUBH is one of the leading universities for service management and belongs to "Leading Hotel Schools of the World".
“Extra Pocket Money”: University sponsors graduation parties in NRW and Rhineland-Palatinate
IUBH is looking for the best Abi-Concepts 2014 - Competition with €3,500 prize
The "Abi Event Award" is a competition in which the IUBH School of Business and Management awards the best concepts for graduation events celebrating the completion of upper secondary education ("Abitur"). The competition is open to all classes in North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatinate that complete their "Abitur" in 2014. For the most creative concept there is a €2,000 prize. The second and third place winners will receive €1,000 and 500 euros for their class fund. Graduating classes can upload the concept of their celebration on the website www.abi-event-manager.de. Deadline for entries is Friday February 28th 2014.
From Reichenhall out into the world - Student participates in hotel competition in SingaporeBeing able to travel the world with hotel and tourism management is the dream of many young students. At the IUBH School of Business and Management in Bad Reichenhall this dream becomes reality. The application process to study at one of 24 partner universities and gain practical experience abroad is currently in full swing.
IUBH Bad Reichenhall awards special scholarship for Bachelor in Tourism ManagementAfter completing strenuous exams many graduates who have finished their schooling are now considering how to proceed with their future. Perhaps work as an Au Pair or go overseas with Work and Travel, or just stay around with family and friends? Or maybe start directly with a study programme or vocational training, or take a year off to gain hands-on experience? With its combination of providing educational studies taught in the English language as well as the integration of practical and international experience, the IUBH School of Business and Management in Bad Reichenhall now offers a special scholarship for its bachelor degree programme in Tourism Management.
IUBH Students Develop First University Travel PortalPractice-oriented Tourism Management Studies: Operation of the portal will be part of the curriculum. The IUBH School of Business and Management cooperates with Hengefeld Solutions in order to better prepare tourism students for the growing importance of the internet in the tourism industry. Starting in 2014 IUBH students will develop, set up and operate their own travel portal.