Why Lucerne is a summer paradise for career discovery
You may think Switzerland is all about winter holidays – swishing down slopes and drinking hot chocolate. But it’s also a summer paradise with the power to transform your career – thanks to outstanding programmes in hospitality and culinary arts.
Set in the German-speaking part of Switzerland, Lucerne is already a magnet for English speakers looking to improve their German skills in this idyllic town of 85,000 people.
Indeed, Lucerne’s location and community make it an ideal destination for students of all kinds. And at the heart of if all is the Swiss Education Group, which has not one, but two schools in the heart of the city.
And by sharing a beautiful campus in a magnificent former hotel, Swiss Education Group’s César Ritz Colleges / Culinary Arts Academy facilities bring the best of both worlds together, offering the finest in hospitality and culinary training.
Choosing to study in the region offers up an idyllic learning environment combined with an excellent social life for hospitality students. Lake Lucerne offers up plenty of activities to stay active, from paddle boarding to water skiing, while the city itself offers plenty of shops and al fresco dining for browsing or lounging in the sunshine after class.
As a major tourist destination, Lucerne is the perfect place for anyone looking to boost their career in hospitality as it offers a real-life laboratory to for how to meet tourists’ needs.
Perhaps nothing better exemplifies Lucerne’s hospitality culture than the famed Villa Honegg. Located a mere 30 minutes from Swiss Education Group’s campus, this beautiful, 5-star boutique hotel offers spectacular views over the mountains from its heated outdoor pool. It’s a truly unforgettable experience for its pampered guests.
And the Villa Honegg restaurant, with 14 Gault-Milau points, serves up locally sourced and regional cuisine, making for a perfect blend of hospitality and culinary perfection – and an inspiration for aspiring hospitality students who enrol at one of Swiss Education Group’s Lucerne schools.
While both schools offer four starting dates each year, why not opt to start your studies in July so you can enjoy the splendors of summertime in Lucerne while you receive a top-notch education in hospitality.
Another benefit of summer enrolment is more preparation time for Swiss Education Group’s bi-annual International Recruitment Forum, held in Montreux each March and October. The event offers unfettered access to industry leaders from all over the world – so having more time to prepare can really pay off.
So why not take the first step toward a rewarding career in hospitality and culinary arts?
Enrol in one of Swiss Education Group’s programmes in Lucerne.
After all, Swiss hospitality graduates are in demand – and summer in Lucerne is hard to beat.
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