Master’s in Hospitality Strategy and Digital Transformation
1 Field Trip
*Please note this particular program is pending final approval from New England Commission of Higher Education, Les Roches’ accrediting body
Digital technology is revolutionizing hospitality, with businesses across the world desperately seeking tech-savvy professionals to lead their digital transformation strategies. This new Master’s is designed to make you ready to shape the hospitality industry of tomorrow.
- Semester 1
6 months + Decoding Bootcamp 4 weeksSwitzerlandSemester 2
6 months + business field trip to ParisSwitzerland
Internship or capstone
- Internship or capstone
Explore the future of hospitality and discover the latest thinking in design, digital marketing, technology and business management. Includes 4-week Decoding Bootcamp.
Includes courses on ethics, sustainability, business modelling and innovative thinking, together with a business field trip.
Leadership, talent development, emotional intelligence and the customer experience help to round out your digital transformation leadership toolkit.
Choose between a 6-month internship or capstone project.
For more detail please download a course brochure.
As a Master’s student you will have access to expert career counselors to guide and support you as you work towards a high level marketing career.
And around 200 of the biggest brands in hospitality, luxury, finance and retail come to our campuses every year to recruit new talent.
For this Master’s program you can choose a 6-month internship or capstone project.
Both will enable you to further develop the knowledge and skills you’ve learned in the classroom, adding to your employability
Postgraduate Diploma applications from non-degree holders with extensive documented work experience will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Non-degree holders may qualify for a Professional Development Diploma, not a Postgraduate Diploma.
Relevant work experience is preferable, but not required.
Must be proficient in English for higher education studies. English language exam scores (issued in the last 12 months) are required from candidates who are not native English speakers, or who have not spent the lastyears in full-time English education.
brands visit our campus every year to find talent
of career-seeking students have one or more job offers on graduation day.
Leading brands recruit our students
Successful careers that started at Les Roches
"I like to think of it as the ‘Ivy League’ of hotel schools"Radha Arora