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At GATE College, we pride ourselves on offering our students a transformative and unparalleled educational experience. Nestled on a picturesque campus, our institution stands as a beacon of academic excellence, fostering an environment that promotes holistic growth, creativity, and innovation. 

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We understand the importance of offering our students a truly enriching and diverse learning experience. That’s why GATE take great pride in providing a unique opportunity for our students to participate in international internships , setting them on a path toward global success.

Industry partner.

GATE partners with a broad spectrum of industry collaborators globally, including, to name a few, those from the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Mauritius, Turkey, Switzerland, Germany, and Thailand. All of the above partners are pioneers in the hospitality sector who make sure that our students receive the greatest instruction through hands-on experience.

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GATE offers Bachelor in International Hospitality Management ( BHM ), Bachelor in Professional Hospitality ( BPH) degrees and other vocational courses in a variety of majors and streams, preparing students for their different callings and careers.

Bachelor's in International Hospitality Management

Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality Management

Bachelor's in Professional Hospitality 

Bachelor's Degree in Professional Hospitality 

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Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE) is one of Nepal’s leading hospitality colleges. Located in Mandikhatar, Kathmandu, it is the first college in Asia to provide a Swiss degree. GATE is also the first academy in Nepal to win an international award at the World Hospitality Award , for most innovative training program in 2011. Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE) was started in May 2007 and has since been a pioneer exploring, developing, providing and enhancing the Hospitality & Tourism Education in Nepal.

GATE is committed to imparting knowledge with an emphasis on both practical and theoretical learning to help the students to manage, develop and promote tourism and hospitality industry. GATE is global in its outlook, hence it understands and values local need while assuring the quality of disciplined work culture. Adopting a Swiss study model and Swiss applied education concepts, GATE’s internationally accepted program has time-tested advantages for the students in Nepal. GATE’s academic program is articulated and accredited by the HotellerieSuisse , (SHA), the educational standards are crafted by University of Zurich which corresponds to European Qualification Framework (EQF): Level 6 .

The vocational courses of GATE operate under the CTEVT Nepal and TAFE NSW (RTO 90003). SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery is a widely recognised and highly regarded course accredited by the Australian Government. The opportunity to complete this qualification through TAFE NSW (RTO 90003) RPL is one of the key benefits of joining GATE, along with affordable pricing and optimum exposure to work.

GATE and Saylor Academy have partnered to offer skill development opportunities to GATE students. Students can take any Saylor Academy course and earn fully digital, shareable certificates however GATE and Saylor Academy have recommended some courses to help you start on your journey.

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Established in 2007 AD, the Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE College) stands proudly as one of the best and leading institutions for Hospitality Management in Nepal. With a strong commitment to academic excellence, GATE College has carved a niche for itself in the education sector. Notably, GATE College holds the distinction of being the first academy in Nepal to win an international award at the esteemed World Hospitality Award in Paris. In 2011, we were honored with the "Most Innovative Training Program" award, and in 2015, we were recognized as a finalist for "The Best Professional Success."

A Prime Location for Education and Growth

Situated in Budhanilkantha - 9, Mandikhatar, Kathmandu, Nepal, GATE College enjoys a picturesque location that provides an ideal setting for learning and personal development. Nestled in the heart of Nepal's capital city, our campus offers a vibrant and conducive environment for students to thrive.

Swiss Model Hospitality Education in Nepal

At GATE College, we take great pride in our long-standing association with the Swiss Hospitality Benchmark, hotelleriesuisse. This partnership has allowed us to bring the time-tested Swiss model of hospitality education to Nepal, ensuring that our students receive a world-class learning experience. Furthermore, since January 2021, we have become a member of the EHL-certified school network, further enhancing the quality of education we offer.

Our Mission: 

GATE College is driven by a clear and compelling mission, which encompasses three key pillars: academic excellence, linking education and employment, and impactful research. We strive to provide our students with a holistic education that not only equips them with theoretical knowledge but also prepares them for real-world challenges. By fostering a strong link between education and employment, we empower our graduates to excel in their chosen careers. Additionally, our commitment to impactful research ensures that we contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of hospitality.

Our Vision: 

As we continue to grow and evolve, GATE College sets its sights on an ambitious vision. We aspire to be recognized among the top five hotel schools in South East Asia, known for our exceptional education and the success of our graduates. By consistently raising the bar of excellence and innovation, we are dedicated to making our mark on the regional and international stage.

Core Values: 

Our core values are the bedrock of GATE College. They shape our beliefs, guide our actions, and define our interactions with others. By adhering to these principles, we create a nurturing and inclusive environment for both students and staff.

  • Wisdom Focus : We prioritize the acquisition and application of knowledge, enabling our students to develop wisdom and make informed decisions.
  • Service Oriented : We instill a strong sense of service in our students, encouraging them to prioritize the needs and satisfaction of others.
  • Potential Driven : We believe in unlocking the full potential of every individual, nurturing their talents, and empowering them to achieve greatness.
  • Respect Based : We foster a culture of respect, embracing diversity and treating everyone with dignity and fairness.

At GATE College, we are committed to providing a high-quality, engaging, and comprehensive education that prepares our students for successful careers in the dynamic world of hospitality. Join us on this transformative journey and unlock your potential in the exciting realm of hospitality management.

College Facilities and Key Features

Picturesque and Serene Environment : GATE College is located in a peaceful and green environment, offering a tranquil atmosphere that enhances the learning experience.

Seamless Connectivity : The campus provides uninterrupted wireless access, ensuring students can stay connected and access online resources effortlessly.

State-of-the-Art Kitchen Studios : Equipped with functional and industrial kitchen studios, GATE College offers students a real-world setting to hone their culinary skills and understand the operations of a professional kitchen.

Authentic Restaurant Experience : The college boasts well-designed restaurants where students can gain hands-on experience in real-world practices, perfecting their service skills and understanding the intricacies of the hospitality industry.

Vibrant Espresso Bars and Cafeterias : GATE College features two hot and cold espresso bars/cafeterias, providing students with a convenient and relaxing space to socialize and recharge.

Global Exposure in Partner Hotels : Students at GATE College have the opportunity to gain real-world exposure through internships and placements in partner hotels around the world, broadening their horizons and expanding their professional network.

Outdoor Catering Opportunities : Aspiring hospitality professionals can take part in outdoor catering opportunities at some of the most respected events in the nation, allowing them to showcase their skills and creativity.

Cutting-Edge Virtual Classroom : GATE College utilizes a micro-learning portal, offering a virtual classroom environment that enhances the learning experience and provides flexibility for students.

Simulation Venues for Events : The college features event venues and restaurants designed specifically for simulating various events, enabling students to practice and refine their event management skills.

State-of-the-Art Seminar Hall : GATE College provides a seminar hall equipped with the latest facilities, ensuring students have access to a conducive learning environment for conferences, workshops, and presentations.

Comprehensive Placement Support : After graduation, GATE College offers placement support to students, assisting them in securing employment opportunities. Additionally, the college provides lifelong, worldwide alumni support to foster ongoing career growth.

On-Campus Accommodation : GATE College offers accommodation facilities within the premises, providing convenience and a sense of community for students.

National & International Recognition

Member of the EHL Network of Certified Schools : GATE College holds the esteemed distinction of being a member of the EHL Network of Certified Schools, one of the global leaders in hospitality education.

Credit Transfer Opportunities : The college offers credit transfer options to global partner universities and EHL networks, providing students with the opportunity to pursue international education.

International Coaching by Industry Leaders : GATE College provides onsite and digital coaching by global industry leaders, ensuring students receive guidance and insights from experts in the field.

Leadership in Events : Students at GATE College gain hands-on exposure to world-class events, developing their event management skills and fostering leadership abilities.

Entrepreneurship Focus : The college emphasizes entrepreneurship and offers incubation labs, partnering with Idea Studio and the World Innovation Forum to support students in realizing their entrepreneurial dreams.

Internship Opportunities : GATE College has established itself as a leader in global and national internships, enabling students to gain valuable industry experience and build a strong foundation for their careers.

Access to Alumni Network : Students have access to the extensive GATE and EHL Alumni network, providing valuable connections and opportunities for collaboration.

Active Student Clubs & Activities

GATE College encourages student engagement through active clubs and activities, including:

  • SQC : The Student Quality Circle promotes quality improvement and leadership skills.
  • Creative Circle : Fosters creativity and artistic expression among students.
  • Toastmasters : Enhances public speaking and communication skills through a student-led club.

Modern Culinary Studio and Consulting Services

GATE College features a diverse and modern culinary studio where students can develop their culinary expertise. Additionally, the college offers consulting services, including Food Hygiene Certification, further enhancing students' practical knowledge and employability.

Career Opportunities

Graduates of GATE College are well-prepared to pursue diverse career paths in the hospitality industry, including:

  • Worldwide Hotels, Resorts, Restaurants, Theme Parks, and other Leisure Industry establishments
  • Public Relations/Diplomatic Offices
  • Guest Relations Manager in a wide range of service industries
  • Front Office, Culinary, and Room Divisions
  • Entrepreneurship and Sales and Marketing Management
  • Opportunities in the Banking, Insurance, and Luxury sectors

At GATE College, we provide an exceptional learning environment, comprehensive facilities, and valuable industry connections to ensure our students' success in the competitive world of hospitality. Join us at GATE College and embark on a rewarding journey towards a fulfilling and dynamic career in the global hospitality industry.

Admission Guidelines

For Bachelor Level Programs at GATE College

Step 1: Counseling

Visit the GATE College campus and meet with our admission counselor for guidance and information about the programs offered.

Eligible candidates must submit an application in the prescribed form for the Entrance Test. The application should include the following documents:

  • Certified testimonials of all examinations passed.
  • Equivalency, Transfer, and Character Certificates.
  • Two recent passport-sized photographs.
  • Financial certificate.

Step 2: Entrance Test and Selection Process

Entrance Test: Candidates will be required to take an Entrance Test to assess their knowledge and aptitude for the chosen program.

Personal Interview: Qualified candidates from the Entrance Test will proceed to the personal interview round, where they will have the opportunity to showcase their skills and discuss their aspirations.

Group Analysis: In addition to the personal interview, candidates may participate in a group analysis activity to evaluate their teamwork and problem-solving abilities.

Result and Conditional Offer Letter: After the evaluation process, successful candidates will receive their results and a conditional offer letter from GATE College.

Admission Confirmation: Candidates who receive a conditional offer letter must confirm their admission by accepting the offer and paying the required fees within the specified time frame.

Bust-up Classes or Short-term Course (if applicable): Depending on the program, candidates may be required to attend bust-up classes or short-term courses to strengthen their foundational knowledge before the official class commencement.

Class Commencement: Once the admission is confirmed and all necessary formalities are completed, candidates will join the regular classes as per the academic calendar.

Note: GATE College also accepts CMAT (Common Management Admission Test) scores as part of the admission process.

For Diploma Level Programs at GATE College

Eligibility: Students should have successfully completed the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) or its equivalent.

English Language Proficiency: Students should have a basic knowledge of the English language, both oral and written, to effectively participate in the program.

Mental and Physical Fitness: Students should be in good health and mentally motivated to pursue a career in the hospitality industry.

Intake Dates: GATE College offers intakes for Diploma Level Programs in January and August.

If you meet the eligibility criteria and are passionate about pursuing a career in the hospitality industry, GATE College welcomes you to join our programs and embark on a rewarding educational journey.

Scholarship Information at GATE College: 

At GATE College, we are committed to ensuring that deserving Nepali citizens have access to quality education and opportunities for a successful career. We offer scholarships and financial assistance on tuition fees to support students in reaching their full academic potential. Our scholarship program includes both need-based and merit-based scholarships.

Need-Based Scholarships

Financially Needy: Scholarships are available for students who demonstrate financial need, ensuring that financial constraints do not hinder their educational journey.

Marginalized: We provide scholarships to marginalized students, recognizing the importance of inclusivity and equal opportunities for all.

Lower Caste: Scholarships are offered to students from lower castes, promoting social equity and empowering individuals from marginalized communities.

Differently-Abled: We extend support to differently-abled students, acknowledging their unique challenges and providing them with equal opportunities for education.

Merit-Based Scholarships

G.P.A. in NEB: Scholarships are awarded based on the Grade Point Average (G.P.A.) achieved in the National Examination Board (NEB) examinations, recognizing academic excellence.

College Entrance Examination: Merit-based scholarships are offered to students who perform exceptionally well in the GATE College entrance examination.

Academic and Extracurricular Merits: We acknowledge students who excel not only academically but also in extracurricular activities, rewarding their well-rounded achievements.

Athletics: Scholarships are available for students who demonstrate outstanding sports abilities, with the necessary sports certifications to validate their achievements.

Personal and Character Traits: We value personal qualities that foster cooperation, community engagement, and compassion. Scholarships may be awarded based on evidence of applicants' positive character traits.

To apply for scholarships, students are required to submit an application written by a parent, guardian, or recommender. For detailed information and application procedures, we encourage prospective students to contact the college directly.

Affiliations

  • Kathmandu University (KU)

Courses Offered

  • Hotel Management
  • Bachelor in International Hospitality Management (BIHM)
  • Bachelor in Professional Hospitality (BPH)
  • Diploma in Culinary Arts
  • Certificate III in Commercial Cookery (SIT30816)
  • Diploma in Bakery
  • Diploma in HM (3)

Infrastructure / Facilities

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Latest Updates

  • Bachelor in Professional Hospitality (BPH) at GATE College - 24 Dec, 2020

Contact Details of GATE College, Kathmandu

  • Budhanilkantha - 9, Mandikhatar, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • http://www.gate.edu.np
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  • +977-9801236478

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The global academy of tourism and hospitality education (gate) stands as one of nepal's premier institutions for hospitality management education..

Established in 2007, GATE proudly secured international accolades at World Hospitality Awards in Paris, winning in the category of "Most Innovative Training Program - 2011." Moreover, it received recognition as a finalist for "The Best Professional Success -2015." GATE holds the distinction of being the sole academy in Nepal that welcomes students from 21 different nationalities, offering exceptional Hospitality Education opportunities.

GATE operates under the legal framework of the Nepal Government Company Act, holding a license issued by the Ministry of Education, and is duly approved by the University Grants Commission (UGC-Nepal). Furthermore, its programs receive accreditation from the esteemed National University: Tribhuvan University (TU), demonstrating a commitment to maintaining quality standards as evidenced by its ISO 9001:2008/2015 certification, earned since 2008.

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To ensure the delivery of quality education to youth of Nepal and that of the World, GATE has collaborated with Kathmandu University to co-create the apprenticeship-based undergraduate program known as BPH (Bachelor in Professional Hospitality).

 Additionally, GATE offers exceptional vocational programs in affiliation with renowned institutions such as TAFE NSW and the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) Nepal. These programs focus on areas such as Commercial Cookery Certificate III, Diploma in Culinary Arts, and Diploma in Bakery, providing students with comprehensive and practical training.

A hallmark of GATE's dedication to education is its pioneering efforts in reaching out to vocational schools across various regions of Nepal. Notably, it successfully established a vocational school in Nepalgunj, which has been entrusted to industry experts. Presently, GATE operates the FAB Vocational School in Pokhara, which serves as a model institution for vocational schools in Nepal.

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GATE (Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education) offers management-focused, practical-based hospitality education and training programs as demanded by the hotel industry. GATE is committed to contemporary and practical international hospitality education. With an emphasis on both theoretical and practical learning, GATE is global in its outlook, hence, understands and values the local need while assuring the quality of a disciplined work culture. Adopting a Swiss study model and Swiss applied education concepts, GATE’s internationally accepted higher diploma program has time-tested advantages for our students in Nepal. GATE, the first international ISO 9001:2008 certified hospitality college in Nepal, was established in May 2007. Due to the strong Swiss support from our affiliate college that has over 45 years of excellence in hospitality education and highly-qualified and highly-professional national and international team, GATE is already reputed as one of the Nepal’s best hospitality colleges in a short period.

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Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE) is a well-known name in hospitality education in Nepal. GATE is also the first academy in Nepal to get a global award at the World Hospitality Awards in Paris in the categories of "Most Innovative Training Program - 2011" and "The Best Professional Success" finalist - 2015. With its long affiliation with the Swiss Hospitality Benchmark, hotelleriesuisse, and as a member of the EHL recognized school network from January 2021, GATE is happy to provide tailored, time-tested Swiss model hospitality training in Nepal.

GATE was founded in May of 2007. The institution, located in Mandikhatar, Kathmandu, has been a leader in developing, offering, and improving Hospitality & Tourism Education in Nepal since its inception. GATE has been offering individuals and society since its early roots by providing various academic, skill-based, vocational (short/long) courses in collaboration with CTEVT Nepal and the Australian Government acknowledged course: Certificate III in Commercial Cookery delivered in partnership with TAFE NSW. Many believe GATE to be Nepal's leading Hospitality College.

  • To provide a world-class platform for education and employment opportunities in hospitality and tourism so that all GATE graduates are highly qualified and sought after in today's tremendously competitive job market.
  • To look after its most precious assets' learning and career requirements while assisting them in reaching their full potential.
  • To build an admirable, world-class foundation with the assistance of its colleagues, educators, and shareholders, emphasizing respect, integrity, and enthusiasm.

GATE - Worldwide Academy of Tourism & Hospitality Education - provides a platform for individuals seeking a career in the global employment market. This is supported by our enthusiasm for excellence and our affiliation with Switzerland, the legendary wellspring of exceptional hospitality. The University of Zurich develops the educational criteria, and the bachelor's level equivalence is conferred by "Tribhuwan University," Nepal's largest and most historically significant National University.

GATE is dedicated to imparting information with an emphasis on a practical and theoretical study to assist students in managing, developing, and promoting the tourist and hospitality industries. GATE has a global perspective and hence recognizes and values local needs while ensuring the quality of disciplined work culture.

The institution heavily emphasizes hands-on learning to assist students in preparing for future careers. As a result, graduates are well-prepared and well-equipped to join the workforce as skilled professionals. The institution is a vibrant and innovative educational establishment that strives to give its students the most excellent education possible while adhering to strong beliefs and retaining a structured atmosphere. The college is centered on high expectations and guidelines for each student regarding academic achievement, co-curricular involvement, and ethics.

College Highlights

Main intakes.

The main intakes are in Jan/Feb and Aug/Sep .

Scholarships

GATE is devoted to scholarships and financial support on tuition costs for Nepali people who meet specific requirements to realize their full academic ability and a fulfilling career.

GATE offers two sorts of scholarships: need-based and merit-based.

Application Process

Applicants can apply for admission by visiting the college or online.

Documents/Qualifications required for Admission

Academic Documents

  • SLC Mark sheet
  • School Leaving Certificate
  • SLC Character Certificate
  • Transcript of 12th-grade
  • Individual Mark sheet of 12th-grade
  • Character Certificate of 12th-grade
  • Provisional Certificate of 12th-grade
  • Migration Certificate of 12th-grade

         For Masters, include the following:

  • Transcript of Bachelor's Degree 
  • Individual Mark sheets of Bachelor's Degree 
  • Character Certificate of Bachelor Degree 
  • Provisional Certificate of Bachelor Degree  
  • Migration Certificate of Bachelor Degree 

Qualification Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree

A minimum of 45% in class 12 or equivalent is required. Priority is given to students who have completed at least two years of hospitality studies. If a student's grade point average falls below 25%, they will be assigned a project to finish under the monitoring of the GATE authority appointed by Executive Academic Affairs. The Academic Standard Committee will accept their admission if they meet the above-mentioned strategy. An entrance exam, interview, literary test, numeracy test, and English essays are required.

  • Undergraduate Diploma: 

Students must have achieved the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) or an equivalent certificate; students must have a basic grasp of the English language, both oral and written; candidates with other credentials will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Where is the Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education (GATE) located?

The college is situated in Mahankal -9, Mandikhatar, Kathmandu , Nepal.

Does the academy provide scholarships to students?

Yes, the college does provide scholarships to students. GATE is devoted to scholarships and financial support on tuition costs for Nepali people who meet specific requirements to realize their full academic ability and a fulfilling career. GATE offers two sorts of scholarships: need-based and merit-based. 

What is a Bachelor’s in International Hospitality Management(BIHM) course structure?

GATE's Bachelor's in International Hospitality Management (BIHM) curriculum lasts four years. Each year is divided into two semesters. This degree prepares students for general management and business careers in the hotel sector.

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GATE College (Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Education) is an academic institution that offers courses related to tourism and hospitality.  It is affiliated with the Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality. The GATE is an ISO 9001:2008 certified hospitality academy in Nepal which is Located in the northern part of Kathmandu in Kapan. It is situated in a peaceful and greenery environment.

Various curriculum programs are provided which are taught by educationalists with sound academic and training experiences. This institute frequently organizes seminars that are delivered by lecturers hired from foreign nations. Students get opportunities to acquire knowledge of global industry through these seminars and lectures. Internship facilities are provided inside and outside the country. Practical knowledge and training experiences are facilitated with real-time exposure to the hotel industry. Students can experience five-star hotels so that they can have their careers working in big hotels around the world. 

Leadership quality is the main aim of this college so that they can work in the international market with high effectiveness. By enabling students to work in college activities, they can grow more and build self-confidence.  It tries to fulfill all the activities to be performed in the 21 st  century. The GATE provides facilities that enable the students to progress through problem-based learning and to play an effective role in supervising and managerial roles.

GATE-SHA Higher Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Management is three years course including four semesters of theoretical and practical learning in college and two semesters including an internship. GATE Vocational includes training for both academics and outsiders to learn special courses such as culinary courses in food production, culinary arts, diploma courses of 9 months, bakery, barista (coffee course), and bakery. These courses help to learn skills on the practical basis of the hotel industry.

Scholarships at GATE College

Scholarships are provided to needy students who cannot afford to study the courses. HELVETAS and the employment secretariat are collaborating with GATE College to provide scholarships. With their collaboration, GATE has granted scholarships to 839 needy students.

Facilities such as a library, computer labs, well-equipped kitchens, and sports are included to fulfill the course effectively. This institute also facilitates transportation facilities. The canteen provides food of high quality and hygienic. Curriculum activities also include industrial visits to improve the students’ knowledge. Excursions are also included to make the learning process more enjoyable.

The various programs at GATE College are as follows:

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GATE is the only private Academy in Nepal to launch both product, vocational and graduating studies, with low investment, high return.

The school also contributes socially by creating jobs for jobless. They have a faculty from 7 different nationalities, and many regular guest speakers and experts. GATE is the reason why Nepal recognizes hospitality education as an academic subject. They send all students to work in leading 5-star brands in Malaysia, Dubai, Bahrain and Germany.The school also contributes socially by creating jobs for jobless. They have a faculty from 7 different nationalities, and many regular guest speakers and experts. GATE is the reason why Nepal recognizes hospitality education as an academic subject. They send all students to work in leading 5-star brands in Malaysia, Dubai, Bahrain and Germany.

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The Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality (GATE) now part of EHL’s international network of certified schools.

Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality (GATE) became part of the network of EHL certified schools

Lausanne (Switzerland) / Kathmandu (Nepal) - 16 February 2021 - Since 1 January 2021, the Global Academy of Tourism and Hospitality ( GATE ) became part of the network of EHL certified schools, thus giving Nepalese youth access to a benchmark education, based on the Swiss model of dual education, which Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne ( EHL ) is world renowned for. With more than 128 years of experience in training leaders in the hospitality industry, EHL provides advice and support to other hotel schools, particularly through its certification model, in order to meet the needs of a rapidly changing industry in search of talent. "We are very pleased to support GATE in its hospitality and tourism training. This fine institution already has a solid foundation on which we can build a strong base and an educational environment that meets the aspirations of Nepalese students and the needs of the local industry," said Dr. Juan F. Perellon, Chairman of the Certification Commission and Chief Academic Officer of EHL Group. “The hospitality industry is evolving at a very rapid pace globally and so is the student population. Hospitality educational institutions therefore must remain a few paces ahead of the needs and motivations of the industry and the students. We are working closely with GATE in further strengthening its student centric learning environment, faculty development, curricula enhancement and learning resources. We welcome GATE to the EHL international network of certified schools”, added Aman Aditya Sachdev, Regional Director (South Asia and Myanmar), EHL Advisory Services.

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Bachelor in Professional Hospitality (BPH)

The major focus of this degree program is to develop professional practitioners through both the development of the relevant knowledge and understanding and the professional competencies and skills required of the hospitality industry in the 21st Century. The graduates of the program will have the opportunity to develop into self-confident individuals with enhanced professional skills, who respect diversity and understand cultural differences and are able to take a holistic view of the industry and hospitality-related operations. These graduates will be highly sought after by the industry as they will have become professional practitioners in their specialist field and have demonstrated that they can make a real difference in any hospitality situation.

Distinctiveness Of The Program

The philosophy of the program is aligned with the requirements of the industry and provides an opportunity for youth who are at the fringe of the socio-economic section in Nepali society to have access to global standard quality higher education in hospitality. The program has been designed so that the students enrolled in the program spend more time in the industry enhancing their knowledge, skills, and competencies by developing attitudes required to be a successful professional in the hospitality industry.

The innovative world-class hospitality education program will champion Kathmandu University’s initiatives of quality, innovation, equity, identity, impact, and global engagement. Enrolled students will “learn-while-they-earn” and “earn-while-they-learn” to cover their tuition fees.

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  • globally accredited programs
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  • the involvement of international students
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USA Launches New Hospitality and Tourism Concentrations

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The University of South Alabama Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management in the College of Education and Professional Studies is launching two new concentrations, global leadership and events marketing and management, under its bachelor’s degree program.

For those who seek to shape the future of a vibrant and evolving industry, South’s hospitality and tourism concentrations will start in the fall semester of 2024.

“With the new concentrations in global leadership and events marketing and management, our program in Hospitality and Tourism Management is uniquely positioned to provide students with the knowledge and skills that hospitality and tourism employers demand,” said Dr. Angela Barlow, dean of the College of Education and Professional Studies. “This will, in turn, lead to successful careers for our students in the fast-growing areas of leisure and hospitality. Whether a student desires to be the operations manager for a cruise line or an event planner for a resort, this program will help them grow as professionals through meaningful experiences provided by our community and industry partners.”

The servant leadership being modeled to South students will help them stand out in an industry that will produce future leaders through innovative business-education partnerships.

“The new concentrations in global leadership and events marketing and management were developed through a robust planning process and were not arbitrary,” said Dr. Khal Nusair, chair of the Department of Hospitality and Tourism and Management. “Over the duration of a three-step planning method, we analyzed hospitality and tourism programs at the state and national levels, sought the feedback of our advisory board and gathered data from industry partners and alumni.”

In the global leadership concentration, students build problem-solving, communication, critical thinking and analytical skills to excel in the global hospitality and tourism industry.

“It’s important to note these specialized programs will strengthen our existing industry ties and develop new partnership opportunities with stakeholders from the hospitality and tourism industry,” Nusair said. “Thanks to hospitality and tourism industry partners’ guidance and support during the program restructuring efforts, the program has been positively transformed. This couldn’t have been accomplished without their dedication and commitment to our success.”

According to President and CEO of Visit Mobile David Clark, who also serves as president of South’s Hospitality and Tourism Advisory Board Executive Committee, the new concentrations will open doors to many career opportunities.

“USA continues to raise the bar with its education and career offerings to help students earn the right to lead,” Clark said. “Adding global leadership and events marketing and management will significantly enhance students’ ability to make a huge impact on their career path and advancement.”

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WTTC, UN Tourism and the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance join forces to support Nature Positive Tourism

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The leading players of Travel & Tourism globally have published a landmark joint report setting out their joint plan to help halt and reverse biodiversity loss.

Launched on Earth Day 2024, "Nature Positive Travel & Tourism in Action" is the creation of the high-level 'Nature Positive Tourism Partnership, made up of the World Travel & Tourism Council ( WTTC ), the World Tourism Organization ( UN Tourism ) and the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance ( the Alliance ).

For years, UN Tourism has been at the forefront of integrating tourism into the broader UN biodiversity agenda, including supporting the work of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)

Developed in collaboration with specialist consultancy ANIMONDIAL, the report is the sector's pledge to support the implementation of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF), the UN's Biodiversity Plan.

It presents more than 30 case studies of inspiring and progressive actions from around the world involving large and small businesses, national and local government agencies, civil society groups, and inter-sectoral partnerships.

By offering actionable guidance and insights, this report not only highlights the intrinsic link between biodiversity and tourism's resilience, but also empowers businesses to become stewards of nature.

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Ms. Julia Simpson, WTTC President & CEO , said: "This historic partnership with Travel & Tourism heavyweights is a significant step in our collective journey towards a more sustainable and responsible sector. This report is not merely a publication but a movement towards integrating environmental stewardship into the core of travel experiences. As we celebrate Earth Day, let us heed the call to nurture and protect our destinations. Our sector's reliance on nature, coupled with our expertise in creating inspiring and memorable experiences, means we are ideally placed to be guardians of nature."

Mr. Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of UN Tourism , said: "For years, UN Tourism has been at the forefront of integrating tourism into the broader UN biodiversity agenda, including supporting the work of the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). This pivotal new collaboration among key global players sets a robust framework for sustainable practices that not only drive significant impact but also exemplify the power of united efforts in conserving biodiversity. This report is a testimony to what we can achieve together for nature's preservation, inspiring a global movement towards more sustainable and resilient tourism."

Mr. Glenn Mandziuk, Sustainable Hotel Alliance CEO , said: "This report is a milestone for Travel and Tourism, representing our commitment as an industry to protect and conserve nature. The Alliance is proud to contribute to and collaborate on this insightful and action-orientated report which will bring tangible change to destinations around the world, supporting biodiversity.  Nature underpins our society, economies and indeed our very existence. The hospitality industry is today a leader amongst industries in its Nature Positive approach and this report signifies how much our industry understands the true value of nature."  

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Recognising that the sector has a critical role to play in protecting and conserving biodiversity, the Nature Positive Tourism approach is designed to be a touchstone for actionable change. It focuses on equipping the sector with the tools and insights needed to nurture and protect destinations upon which it depends.

The commitment of the Partnership to work towards "net positive for nature" draws on extensive consultation with experts from business, government, academia and civil society, including the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA).

The report, which follows the 2022 WTTC report "Nature Positive Travel & Tourism", includes practical frameworks and real-world examples that encourage both travel providers and travellers to embark on journeys that contribute to the conservation of our natural treasures.

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UN Tourism and Hotelschool The Hague, have agreed to partner around the development and execution of pioneering projects in the hospitality industry.

A new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aims to stimulate innovation and fresh ventures within the hospitality industry, promoting entrepreneurship and education while engaging in open innovation projects that can enhance the tourism industry, with a particular focus on hospitality. Currently, 20% of entrepreneurs of the UN Tourism Network are directly related to hospitality and are the most dynamic projects including a variety of stakeholders of the industry.

Building on the UN Tourism’s established innovation network, this agreement will further facilitate connections between startups and potential investors, as well as promote knowledge and skills through joint events, communication channels, and media interactions. This partnership not only underlines a commitment to a more sustainable future for the industry but also signifies a shared commitment to providing inclusive opportunities and memorable global student experiences, demonstrated through Hotelschool The Hague’s global Sustainable Hospitality Challenge.

Strong foundations for innovative future

Ms. Natalia Bayona, Executive Director of UN Tourism, expresses: “Unfortunately 90% of startups within the hospitality sector eventually do not succeed. A decent tourism education and knowledge of the hospitality sector is necessary to develop a disruptive and well-functioning product. Through our collaborative efforts, we aspire to alter this trajectory by offering a more robust foundation, fostering invaluable connections, and providing a conducive testbed for emerging startups. Given that technology now permeates 70% of tourism enterprises, it is imperative that these startups are seamlessly integrated into the ecosystem, connected with pertinent stakeholders, and afforded the opportunity to validate their solutions in real-world settings before embarking on a larger scale.

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Ms. Regine von Stieglitz, President of the Board of Directors of Hotelschool The Hague says: “At Hotelschool The Hague, we provide our students with the perfect balance of theory, real-world experience and applied research to prepare them for a career in the hospitality industry. We develop leaders who shape our global industry and drive it to give back more than it takes. We are proud to join forces with UN Tourism. We fully embrace their vision to Foster Innovation in the Hospitality Industry. In fact, our Sustainable Hospitality Challenge is a student competition designed to enhance the evolution of sustainable practices in hospitality, aligning seamlessly with the objectives of UN Tourism.”

Hotelschool The Hague, founded and funded by the hospitality industry in 1929, provides high-quality education and cutting-edge research in the field of international hospitality management, with an emphasis on the transformation of sustainability and digitalization and on developing students into sought-after hospitality graduates who excel in leadership roles worldwide.

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Earlier this month, students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's hospitality, restaurant and tourism management program traveled to Augusta National Golf Club to provide hospitality services at the 2024 Masters Tournament. The group of students traveled with Associate Professor and HRTM Program Director Ajai Ammachathram to the event April 4-16. It was the 10th time that Husker students have had the opportunity to help at the Masters. Three of those students - sophomore Abby Cantrell, junior Lydia Tobin and freshman Lyv Williams – share about their experiences in these blog posts.

Abby Cantrell – sophomore – Malcolm, Nebraska

The promise of unforgettable experiences is at the heart of the hospitality industry, and that is what the Masters Tournament provides: an unforgettable experience. It is a truly unforgettable experience for both the patrons and tournament employees. The exceptional level of service demanded fosters a unique learning environment for hospitality students nationwide. Since this was my second year working the Masters, I had the privilege of being the student lead from UNL. In this position, I had to coordinate with Augusta National’s representatives, our UNL faculty leader, Dr. Ajai Ammachathram, and the nine other UNL students who got to work the tournament.

We are sent to the tournament to work as servers or bartenders in the hospitality cabins and suites, and our focus is providing patrons with exemplary service that will enhance their Masters experience. However, our supervisors understand that this prestigious event provides us valuable learning opportunities and once in a lifetime experiences. Some highlights include acquiring new hospitality and communication skills from my experiences and supervisor’s expertise as a hospitality and event industry professional, building connections with my coworkers and patrons, walking the course during practice rounds, and seeing the iconic Amen Corner.

Skill development was a key takeaway from my experience. After working 10 days for 8-14 hours a day, I can say that I have enhanced my communication skills, flexibility, teamwork, and customer service skills. In addition, I now pay greater attention to detail because I saw firsthand how much the little details truly matter. A combination of my experiences in the cabin and around the beautiful course made for a memorable experience that will last me a lifetime. I am thankful for my time at Augusta National, and I hope to return next year!

Lydia Tobin – junior – Waukee, Iowa

My experience at the 2024 Masters Tournament was framed by azaleas, putting greens, and pimento cheese sandwiches. Augusta National Golf Club (AGNC), the backdrop for the tournament, is unlike anything I have ever seen. The exclusivity, privacy, and secrecy surrounding the club make it a mystery to the outside world. When I accepted my role as a server in one of AGNC’s hospitality suites, I had no clue what to expect. The more I researched and googled ahead of time, the more unclear my mental expectations became. All I had to go off of were stories from the servers that preceded me.

I recall the first morning on AGNC property, outfitted in my three-piece suit uniform (complete with a bowtie), and pulling up in front of a row of picture-perfect cottages. These cottages, which looked like they were straight off the cover of a Better Homes & Gardens magazine, were my place of employment for the next nine days. Little did I know on day one that the Flowering Peach Suite would be host to inside jokes with coworkers, sincere connections with patrons, and the truest sense of teamwork I’ve ever felt by day nine.

I’m walking away from this experience with essentially a masterclass in hospitality under my belt. Augusta National Golf Club’s high standard of service and impeccable reputation sets the Masters Tournament apart as such a highly regarded event, year after year. The melding of “Midwest nice” and “Southern hospitality” elevated my and my patron’s experiences. I feel lucky to have been selected to represent the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Hospitality, Restaurant, and Tourism Management program at this year’s Masters Tournament and I look forward to doing it all over again next April.

Lyv Williams – freshman – Columbus, Nebraska

The Masters Golf Tournament is an event that I never thought I would have the honor to experience. This opportunity felt like merely a dream until I was in the airport with the rest of the UNL hospitality students, eager to get to Augusta, Georgia. As a first-year hospitality student, I had no idea what to expect, apart from the exciting stories from returning students. From the moment we set foot on the grounds at Augusta National, we were not only met with beautiful sights, but also top tier hospitality. The first day was enough for me to know that I was going to have the best week with the most ambitious and hard-working group of people I have ever been a part of.

Reflecting now, my experience at the Masters exceeded my expectations. One of my favorite parts of the trip was growing close with likeminded individuals from schools across the country. With my amazing team I learned the importance of teamwork, attention to detail, and to always look out for one another. These skills, along with the technical skills that I developed while serving, are going to benefit me for the rest of my career. The best memories that I made were celebrating one another’s successes throughout the week no matter how small. On the eve of the very last day, my friends and I all went to dinner to celebrate our hard work. Making those unforgettable memories was so worth missing out on an extra hour of sleep!

Going into the week I was expecting the work to be difficult, but nothing was harder than saying goodbye to the wonderful people I made connections with at Augusta. Not only did I get to work alongside some of the most amazing individuals, but I also learned the most important part of hospitality: making meaningful connections with the guests. When asked about my favorite part of the Masters, it was without a doubt having the ability to put a smile on patrons’ faces. From an outside perspective my time spent at the Masters may have seemed like work, but to me it was so much more. The biggest takeaway I have is that hospitality is not just about service, it is about creating the best atmosphere and experience possible for the guests. That is precisely the reason I love this field of work so much, and why I cannot wait to pursue a career as a hospitality professional.

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