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Every year in February around 35 hotelschools meet in Maastricht for the Hospitality European Championships, the EMCup. Here, every team needs to work on a topic and defeat their ideas in pitches, debates with the other teams and with experts from the industry. This year everything is about “Get Real… Education. – Old School Vs. New School”: the teams have to develop concepts for the hospitality classes of tomorrow.
Between the 9th and 11th of November around 50 IUBH Hospitality students visited the City of Love, Paris. Hospitality students and Field Trip Organisers Hubertus Kempen, Janina Duch and Jakob Rametsteiner supported by Elisabeth Victor, Organising Assistant at IUBH (and native French speaker) took on the planning and organisation of the biggest hospitality field trip so far. This opportunity offered them experiences and impressions which are especially useful for their professional career in Hospitality.
For the tenth time 80 companies with 210 representatives participated in the annual Career Days at IUBH Campus Bad Honnef last week. Over the course of two days, IUBH students and alumni had the opportunity for face-to-face discussions about internships, trainee programmes, job entry positions and career planning. Company presentations and CV checks topped off the event.
On the 26th of May a group of 22 Hospitality Management students visited the vineyard “Prinz Salm” in Wallhausen near Mainz. Organised by students Hubertus Kempen, Janina Duch and Jakob Rametsteiner the group was able to enjoy a lovely sunny afternoon at the estate.
During the last winter semester, numerous students completed their degree programme at IUBH University of Applied Sciences. Last Saturday approximately 130 graduates attended the official graduation ceremony at the Kameha Grand Hotel. Representatives of the IUBH rectorate and the deputy mayor of Bad Honnef, Klaus Munk, congratulated the graduates. Over 700 guests gathered to celebrate the students’ achievements.
In mid-April, around 170 graduates attended the IUBH Alumni Reunion Weekend at the campus in Bad Honnef. With fantastic weather and high spirits the alumni exchanged memories and experiences, and visited places from their past on the campus and in Bad Honnef.
When it comes to professional training and development, the internet hotel search engine Trivago is now collaborating withIUBH University of Applied Sciences to guarantee their employees the best practice in terms of hospitality management.
On the 7th of April a group of Hospitality Management students from IUBH Campus Studies Bad Honnef visited two landmark hotels in Frankfurt. Organised by students Hubertus Kempen, Janina Duch and Jakob Rametsteiner the group was able to see the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof as well as the Villa Kennedy and additionally enjoyed some sunny hours at the Main river.
IUBH survey indicates: 85 percent of the respondents are happy when on holiday. Tour groups and traveling couples are the most satisfied Holiday feeling sets in directly after arrival
What the Oscars are for Hollywood is comparable to what the European Mise en Place Cup in Maastricht is for hotel management schools in Europe.
IUBH has been awarded the title “Top Business School” in the Focus Money DEUTSCHLAND TEST of educational providers. The award confirms the high level of student satisfaction with the university’s services.
The 10th Business +/- Ethics Dialogue took place at IHK Bonn/Rhein-Sieg last November. The topic, “Artificial Intelligence – today it’s the future, tomorrow reality” brought a full house to the event.
Within the United Nations, the World Health Organisation (WHO) deals with healthcare issues in a wide variety of contexts. The Regional Office for Europe is based in the Danish capital of Copenhagen and is one of six WHO institutions worldwide.
Michael Crowley (left, Killarney) and Robbie Whelan (right, Dublin) visited the IUBH Campus Bad Honnef to deepen their understanding of IUBH, its programmes and administrative perspective.
No! It is an international competition between 37 European Hospitality Management universities. IUBH is represented by team nais this year. Nais stands for “new artificial intelligence symbiosis” and the team is composed of Katharina Pantle, Max Pittke, Till Pitzner and Till Hoddick.
On the 13th of January 23 IUBH students visited the Bitburger Marken-Erlebniswelt. Supported by Mrs. Elisabeth Victor, organisation extra curriculum, and Hospitality Management Prof. Dr. Beverley Wilson-Wünsch, IHM students Jakob Rametsteiner and Hubertus Kempen organised this Field Trip.