Glion and Les Roches Rank in World’s Top Three in Hospitality and Leisure Management
Glion and Les Roches, two higher institutions of Sommet Education, share third position in the world ranking for Hospitality and Leisure Management, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 announced on Wednesday. The two hospitality management institutions also ranked among the world’s top three for employer reputation within the same category.
The QS World University Rankings categorize the world’s top universities by subject. It aims to help prospective students identify the world’s leading schools in their chosen field of study, extending the list of subjects each year in response to a high demand for subject-level comparisons.
In the Hospitality and Leisure Management category, the survey includes two criteria: academic reputation and employer reputation. The QS World University Rankings draw on survey responses from 94,000 academics and 44,000 responses from global employers providing a comprehensive view of global university programs.
“We are proud to have both of our hospitality management schools, Glion and Les Roches, share the third place in QS World University Rankings and rank among the top three institutions for employer reputation,” said Benoît-Etienne Domenget, CEO of Sommet Education.
Sommet Education is an education group that specializes in hospitality management and the culinary arts, committed to delivering an exceptional student experience and developing future talent for the experience industry.
“Since our first identification in QS Ranking in 2018, our schools have continuously moved up the rankings and we are thrilled to see that our commitment towards excellence in hospitality has shown great results, further reflecting our commitment to delivering education of the highest standards,” Sommet Education’s CEO said.
Sommet Education’s hospitality management institutions Glion and Les Roches, with campuses in Switzerland, Spain, China and the UK, provide undergraduate and graduate students from more than 100 countries with an education built on the Swiss model of academic rigor, skills-based learning and dynamic multicultural exposure.