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BACHELOR COURSE

Admission Requirements 

We look for candidates who have outstanding academic and linguistic potential, as well as the interpersonal skills needed to succeed in a high-status hospitality management career.
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Overview

To access our Bachelor in International Hospitality Management, you must have successfully completed your final secondary school examinations, qualifying you for university admission in the country where you went to school. In general, we require grades that are well above the minimum pass level. We also take into consideration the difficulty of the courses you chose, and prefer subjects that develop the analytical skills needed to succeed at EHL Campus (Singapore).

Candidates are also required to have acquired at least the equivalent of one year of professional experience full-time in hospitality, either professionally or during their studies. Please contact our admission officers for further details regarding our professional experience requirement.

The minimum age for entry to our Bachelor's course is 18.

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Language Requirements

English

You must provide one of the following documents: 

  • A certificate showing that for the last six years of your secondary education you studied in a school where English was the main language of instruction.
  • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) new Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) - minimum 100 points or paper-based test minimum score 600 points or computer-based test minimum score 250
  • Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English, minimum grade B.
  • IELTS (International English Language Testing System), academic module - minimum band score 7.0.
  • IB English A (HL or SL) with a minimum grade of 4 or IB English B (HL) with a minimum grade of 5 or IB English B (SL) with a minimum grade of 6.
  • A-levels with English Literature Language: Minimum B.
  • Bac option Internationale, Maturité Bilingue, Bac Européen: Minimum 3 Subjects in English (including English).
To find out more about the minimum scores required, please contact us


Second language

Your second language may be your native language or another language of your choice, other than English. Should you choose another language, you must be able to demonstrate that you have studied it for at least three years.

Questions regarding your eligibility? Our Admissions Team can help you. 

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Secondary Education Credentials

  • Switzerland - Maturité gymnasiale/fédérale/professionnelle/spécialisée: successful completion
  • France - Baccalauréat général S and L (for the Baccalauréat Littéraire, the mathematics option is mandatory): 10/20
    and Baccalauréat général ES and French Baccalauréat technologique STMG: 12/20
  • United Kingdom -  A-Levels (minimum 3 required, a numerical subject is highly recommended): BBC
  • Singapore - GCE A Levels: Three H2 subjects and one H1 subject, including Mathematics, with a B average. A strong grade in Project Work and General Paper or Knowledge & Inquiry paper must be attained.
    Polytechnic diploma: Polytechnic diploma, ideally from a business or engineering stream, with a strong pass in GCE O Level Mathematics or equivalent (quantitative subject).
    NUS High School Diploma
  • Germany -  Abitur: 3
  • Spain - Bachillerato, plus satisfactory results in the Selectividad exam: Average of 6 for the Bachillerato
  • Italy - Maturità: 60/100
  • Canada - Diplôme d’Etudes Collégiales / Secondary School Diploma with a minimum overall average of 75% (including English and at least 1 quantitative subject in the final year)
  • Brazil - Certificado de Conclusão do Ensino Medio (7/10), plus satisfactory results in the Concurso Vestibular or ENEM (400-500 min. required).
  • South America - Bachillerato: dependent on the country
  • China - Senior High School Graduation Diploma, plus (1) Gao Kao or (2) satisfactory SAT 1 or ACT results and evidence of higher achievement (3 AP or IB Higher Level certificates or SAT II subject tests): Minimum Gao Kao results vary according to the province and year
  • India - Senior Secondary School Certificate: 70%
  • Australia - Senior Secondary School Certificate (HSC, VCE, WACE etc) : Minimum ATAR 75
  • Korea - High School Diploma plus (1) KSAT or (2) satisfactory SAT 1 or ACT results and evidence of higher achievement (3 AP or IB Higher Level certificates or SAT II subject tests): Average of Stanine 3 in each subject on the KSAT

International Baccalaureate: diploma: 28/45

American High School Diploma: 

Unweighted GPA of min. 3
+ SAT 1 (min. 500 points in each section and 15 out of 24 in the essay - mandatory)
OR ACT results (with a min. composite score of 24 + the essay is mandatory).

Plus evidence of one of the following higher achievements in 3 different subjects:

  • 3 AP certificates with a min. score of 3
  • 3 IB HL certificates with a min. score of 4
  • 3 SAT II subject tests with min. 500 pts
    Students may also choose a mix of the above.

All score reports must be sent directly to EHL by the College Board:

  • EHL’s institutional code for the SAT I, SAT II and AP certificates: 4102
  • EHL’s institutional code for the ACT: 5384

All certificates and transcripts that are not in English, French, German or Italian must be translated into English or French by a certified translator. The translation should be accompanied by comprehensive information on the school or university attended and an explanation of the grading and assessment system.

Other Credentials

Other higher secondary education credentials may be accepted at our discretion. Please contact the admissions office for further details.

Credentials from another country? Contact us for advice!

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Selection Process 

Our selection process is designed to assess your skills and attributes. There are three phases: initial evaluation, online assessment, and final selection.
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Overview

All applications should be made online through our application module.

We will start reviewing your files once your complete application is received.

We take a comprehensive approach to selection. We look for candidates who have the academic foundation and personal qualities to be successful in our challenging program and to become leaders in the industry. Here are a few of the qualities we seek:

  • Academic aptitude for critical thinking & creativity
  • Interpersonal skills for management and leadership roles
  • Motivation and service mindset
  • International outlook and language skills

Our dedicated Admissions Team is here to help if you have any questions about eligibility and the application process.

All of the documents listed below must be submitted electronically via the online application portal. We accept documents in French, English, German or Italian.

  • Copy of passport
  • Copy of secondary school diploma & transcripts
  • Essay in English (3 topics to choose from)

When you have uploaded all of the required documents, you will finalize your application by paying your application fee of SGD 325.

Upon a positive evaluation of your online application to our Bachelor's program in International Hospitality Management, you will receive an invitation to complete an online evaluation that includes a 20-minute online interview that you can complete at home. You need a computer, a webcam and access to internet in order to complete the online interview.

If you pass the online evaluation, you will be invited to take part in a selection day. The selection day is an opportunity for us to examine your interests and abilities in much greater depth. 
We advise you to attend one of our selection days in Singapore. This will give you a chance to visit our campus, meet members of our faculty and other employees, and talk to current students. If you do not live in Singapore and are unable to come to Singapore for your selection day, you may ask to take part in one of our selection days in Switzerland or abroad. Such requests are considered on an individual basis. 

Our selection days involve the following activities:  

  • An interview
  • A team-building exercise
  • An analytical and quantitative aptitude test
     

The interview

The interview is not a test of your knowledge, and you will not be quizzed on specific facts. The aim is to assess your motivation, your potential and your suitability for the demands of the hospitality industry. We will ask you to tell us about your experience and your expectations. Our questions will focus, for example, on any summer jobs you may have had in the hospitality industry, your extracurricular activities and your international exposure.

The team-building exercise

Working in a team will be an important part of your studies at EHL. We therefore would like to see if you enjoy teamwork and if you have the necessary skills needed to work successfully as part of a team. 

The analytical and quantitative aptitude test

This test is composed of 4 different exams in order to evaluate your leadership, interpersonal skills, analytical reasoning and motivation. This test will be computer-based; that is why we will ask you to bring your own laptop.

Preparing for your selection day

No specific preparation is needed. However, to make sure you are choosing the right career, you should find out as much as you can about the hospitality industry, the career opportunities it offers and the training options available in our international hospitality management degree program.

Following the selection day, your complete candidature will be evaluated by the Selection Committee. Admission to EHL is competitive, and only students who show excellent academic and leadership potential, motivation and interpersonal skills will be selected.

Please note that selection days are also organized in other main cities world-wide.

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Bachelor course fees

The tables indicate the fees breakdown for the Bachelor course, detailed information is available in the Student Contract. We remind students that their fees are secured through a Fee Protection Scheme. No tuition fees will be charged before receiving a signed student contract and before the 7 days cooling period. Please refer to our invoicing FAQ for further information regarding fees and payment modes. Please contact us for questions about financial aid.

EHL Campus (Singapore) provides accommodation support through arrangements with local providers. Students should budget about 6,500 SGD per semester for studio rental.

FAQ Student Invoicing       Student Contract

Fees Breakdown Total Payable in SGD
(incl. GST if any)

Tuition fees

116,720

Communal services1

20,480

F&B & printing2 6,500
Total Course Fees Payable 143,700
No of Instalments 3
 
  1. Communal services fees cover the costs related to the facilities, such as site security, student affairs services, career centre services or alumni lifetime membership and are detailed in the table below.
  2. Prepaid amount for beverage and printing services offered on campus. Please note that EHL Campus (Singapore) offers breakfast and lunch service on-campus provided by a catering services company.

Communal Services SGD
Facilities, Sports, Security 7,400
Student Affairs Services 6,580
Career Center Services 4,000
Alumni Lifetime Membership 2,500


Miscelleanous Fees

Miscellaneous Fees refer to any non-compulsory fees which the students pay only when applicable. Such fees are normally collected by EHL Campus (Singapore) Ltd. Pte when the need arises. 

Purpose of Fee Amount in SGD
(with GST, if any)
Health Insurance1 (per semester)

1,100

Additional study material
(estimated, per semester)
205
Exam Retake (per exam) 410
Late Payment fees
(per late payment request sent)
30

  1. Student enrolled at EHL Campus (Singapore) must have a valid health insurance throughout their studies

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