“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.“
Dear HTMi Alumni,
By the end of 2019, there were over 2000 students studying HTMi programmes globally. This means that there is more than 2000 students joining the Alumni network each year. When adding this to the already existing members, the result is a very extended Alumni network all over the world. Whether you are just travelling to a new place or looking for the next career steep, most probably someone else already did it and can assist you. Even more, sometimes there is only one person, or only one link missing between you and your next professional goal. This is exactly what the HTMi Alumni Network is aiming to achieve; to create a strong platform for networking and to facilitate the information exchange between all the current and future Alumni and with the HTMi brand worldwide.
Last but not least, stay in touch with the latest Alumni news by joining the HTMi Hosco Alumni network.
Please consider that this is a project under development and we need your support and input to move forward this project. Are you an HTMi Alumni? Please contact the Career Centre Switzerland at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
HTMi Alumni News
. CEO Mr Larmour hosts an HTMi Switzerland staff event to congratulate the staff team for all efforts, dedication and successes in steering HTMi Switzerland towards our vision of being “a leading hotel management institute [...]
We are delighted to announce a major expansion plan in India, and HTMi Switzerland is delighted to form a new partnership with Kingston Educational Institute Kolkata (www.keical.edu.in). Kingston Educational Institute are one of the [...]
HTMi, Hotel and Tourism Management Institute Switzerland’s Head of Events Education and Planning, Mr. Anthony Lack was invited as a speaker at the first edition of the Russian International Protocol Forum 2019 in Moscow, Russia. [...]
On 26th April, the Swiss – South African Apprenticeship Programme SSHAP has been successfully launched. SSHAP supported by The Swiss Embassy to South Africa, National Business Initiative (NBI) and HTMi had placed students in Johannesburg’s [...]