EHL Master students in Global Hospitality Business in a group work session on EHL hospitality school campus

Master's program in global hospitality business: Academic Business Project

  1. The Academic Business Project aims to provide you with exposure to real-world challenges in diverse business environments. Equivalent to a master’s thesis, this academic project is conducted in collaboration with global industry partners:

    • solving distinct problems
    • conducting studies
    • designing or launching new products
    • defining or implementing procedures
    • opening international offices

    Working in small teams and coached by experts, you and your fellow students will act as consultants and will develop your assigned project over the course of your master’s program.

  2. We select global leaders as our industry partners for capstone projects.

    Here is a sample of our past partners: 



    The No. 3 company worldwide in catering and airline activity logistics, serving 120 airline companies on four continents with 10,000 staff members and a turnover of over 700 million.


    Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is the national airline of Switzerland. It serves 104 destinations in 48 countries all over the world and transports 16 million passengers every year. 


    The world's leading hotel operator and market leader in Europe, present in 92 countries with more than 3,600 hotels, 470,000 rooms and 170,000 employees.


    Dusit International is a leader in hotel management and education. Rooted in Thai culture and tradition, it comprises a unique international portfolio of distinctive hotels and resorts. 
    A collection of innovative hotel concepts, citizenM is driven by one desire: to create affordable luxury for people.
    Hilton Worldwide is one of the largest and fastest growing hospitality companies in the world, with more than 4,200 hotels, resorts and timeshare properties, including more than 690,000 rooms in 93 countries and territories.

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