After a BA in Philosophy and Economics from Dominican University (Illinois), Mr François-Jérôme Bizière studied Humanities for two years at the Sorbonne and then tackled quite a different field but where the human component is also essential: hospitality. He obtained a Bachelor in International Hospitality Management from the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne and went on to work in the Rooms Division Departments of four and five star hotels in Neuchâtel, Dijon and Marne-la-Vallée. He pursued with a Master of Philosophy (Ethics major) at the same time at the Université de Bourgogne in France.
He has been back at EHL since 2004 teaching Ethics and Business French. In 2005, he obtained a teaching certification from the Alliance Française for French as a Foreign Language. He speak four languages fluently and his life revolves around my three passions: languages, hospitality and philosophy.
Mr Bizière François Jérôme
- Sustainable Development
- French as a Foreign Language
- Guyau ou Bergson ? Les Sources Philosophiques de La recherche du temps perdu. Université de Bourgogne, 2014