Hotel School Partnerships

To ensure we acquire the best emerging talent in the hospitality industry, Minor Hotels has built relationships with the world’s leading hotel schools. We also partner closely with prestigious schools and colleges in our countries of operation, working with top local talent while supporting the development of local communities where we are based.

We strategically partner with institutions known for their excellent reputation both locally and globally. Our goal is to offer students from these schools the best learning and career prospects available, matching their individual potential, interests and strengths to our diverse spectrum of opportunities.

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Featured Partnership

  • Swiss Hotel Management School (SHMS)

    The Swiss Hotel Management School is one of the leading international hotel management institutes in Switzerland. 
    It offers a wide range of world-class academic programmes for undergraduates and postgraduates in Hospitality Management, Events, Spa and Resort Management.

    As an institute of international hotel management in Switzerland the emphasis is on applied Swiss hospitality expertise combined with international management competencies. The school teach quality hospitality management programmes founded upon the internationally recognised Swiss traditions. Their broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes reflects the diversity of the service sector and is designed to meet the needs of the industry setting standards for the 21st century.

    The Swiss Hotel Management School offers an international hotel management education experience to 1,600 students per year from over 80 different nationalities at its Caux and Leysin campuses.


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  • Amelia Chung

    Food & Beverage Management and Front Office Trainee at Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas  Swiss Hotel Management School - Montreux, Switzerland 

    “I decided to work with Anantara because I stayed with Anantara in Phuket before and I loved my experience there. I choose a 6 month internship where I spend the first 3 months in Front Office followed by 3 months in the Food and Beverage department. I have been on a rotation to acquire knowledge from different departments and outlets. The information I gained helped me to understand the operation procedures and dealing with guest requests. By going through the orientation, I have also met a lot of experienced team members who have generously shared their skills, stories and experiences with me. In the future, I would like to work with Anantara again, possibly in other destinations.”