Hotel, Restaurant, & Institution Management
Just as salt and pepper are the fundamentals of flavor, theory and practice are the foundations of our discipline.
The School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) primes future hoteliers, restaurateurs, and managers for the rigors and precision of the hospitality industry.
SHRIM adheres to the philosophy that superior education culminates in practice. Its campus, the Angelo King International Center (AKIC), houses industry standard kitchen laboratories where students apply what they learn through hands-on experience.
The Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management program integrates theory and practice to provide you with a strong service orientation and a global perspective of hotel and restaurant operations. Students specialize in any of the three tracks: Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management, and Tourism Management.
Benildeans are a mixture of premium ingredients fired in precise temperatures, a product of the perfect chemistry of theory and practice.
Our students are adept players in the hospitality industry because they are equipped with a strong academic foundation while trained to take on the challenges of the working world.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Culinary Arts Track)
What you can sink your teeth into.
The Culinary Arts track equips you with the fundamentals of food preparation and food service.
It sharpens your management and critical thinking skills for you to become chefs, managers, and leaders in the industry.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Hospitality Management Track)
How you can be superb.
The Hospitality Management track teaches you the essential principles of managing hotels, restaurants, and catering companies. In the process, you oversee diverse functions of the business, from accounting and finance to marketing and human resources.
Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (BS-HRIM Tourism Management Track)
Travel and Tourism Management
Where can you go next.
The Travel and Tourism Management track grooms you for a successful career in the fields of travel, recreation, sports leisure management, lodging, and food service. You learn the cultural and personal inclinations and expectations of travelers in order to facilitate the most fulfilling journeys and experiences.
Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management (BS-IHM)
International Hospitality Management
Why you must go the distance.
For students of International Hospitality Management, one degree is not enough. They earn Philippine and French bachelor’s degrees and benefit from Vatel International Business School’s worldwide network of schools recognized for international programs in business, hotel and tourism management.