metz campus, le pôle supérieur de Jean XXIII - Montigny-lès-Metz
Bachelor of Arts (Honours Degree)
and TOURISM MANAGEMENT
This programme provides students with the opportunity to develop managerial skills and
knowledge necessary to succeed in fast-changing and challenging international industries. As well as being able to gain an advanced understanding of hospitality and tourism management, students will be guided in improving their ability to evaluate, analyse and to apply their knowledge in innovative ways.
Hospitality and Tourism management
International Hospitality and Tourism Management Top-Up focuses on strategic management
subjects taught in the context of hospitality and tourism, with expert academic support given to
the students during their chosen final project.
How to Register
You need 120 ECTS (2 years after « Baccalauréat » or « Abitur » « A-level ») to be entitled to apply through the admission process.
BTS, DUT, DEUG (L2), Prépa
You need to master the English language.
Required English level
For students with a « BTS » in France
You need to get a grade average of 13/20 in English, in the official exams, whatever the speciality.
If you can not provide this grade, you will have to justify your level through an official test – see next page
For other students with 120 ECTS
Coventry University requires the validation of one of the following official English tests: TOEIC, TOEFL or IELTS.
English Level : Minimum score
IELTS : 6.5
TOEFL paper-based exam : 575
TOEFL CBT : 232
TOEFL IBT : 90
TOEIC : 650
Cambridge Exam : B2-CAE
Fill in an application form
Write a cover letter in English
Provide your CV in English
A 30 minute interview in English with the programme coordinator to validate your application (at the Lycée or via Skype)
What does it cost and how to finance your investment.
Annual tuition fees 2017-2018: 5 000 € (Coventry University subscription + courses + access to Moodle pedagogical platform & e-resources)
Mandatory prepayment of 1 500 Euros to confirm your subscription before the programme starts.
The Lycée offers the opportunity to stagger the payments of the balance outstanding until the final assignment submissions in May or June.