François Jérôme is a Senior Lecturer teaching Ethics and Business French at EHL since 2004. After obtaining a BA in Philosophy and Economics from Dominican University (Illinois, USA), François studied humanities for two years at the Sorbonne (France) before deciding to tackle a different field where the human component is also essential: hospitality. He obtained a Bachelor in International Hospitality Management from EHL 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 a Master of Philosophy (Ethics major) at the same time at the Université de Bourgogne in France. In 2005, he obtained a teaching certification from the Alliance Française for French as a Foreign Language. He speaks four languages fluently and his life revolves around three passions: languages, hospitality and philosophy.
Mr Bizière François Jérôme
- Développement durable
- Français en tant que langue étrangère
- Guyau ou Bergson ? Les Sources Philosophiques de La recherche du temps perdu. Université de Bourgogne, 2014