Bachelors of Science (BSc) in Hotel Management at Ozyegin University: $12,000/year (Scholarship Available)
The first of its kind in Turkey, the Undergraduate Hotel Management Program was launched by the School of Applied Sciences at Özyeğin University with the ultimate goal of being ranked among the world’s best academic programs. This ultimate goal was also publicly announced during the founding of the program.
In the pursuit of this goal, the Undergraduate Hotel Management Program of the School of Applied Sciences at Özyeğin University signed a memorandum of understanding with the Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts which opened doors for students to complete their internships, and have preferential treatment in screening and selecting for open positions at Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts worldwide. The MoU is especially noteworthy as it has marked the beginning of a unique collaboration in this field.
The Undergraduate Hotel Management Program at Özyeğin University forged its second Memorandum of Understanding with The Marmara Collection Group to further strengthen its bond with the sector.
The Özyeğin University Undergraduate Hotel Management Program formed its first Advisory Board on July 16, 2009 during its foundation phase. The 12-member board featured the doyens of the tourism and hospitality who have made valuable contributions to our academic program since its first meeting to date.
On April 20, 2018, the Özyeğin University Undergraduate Hotel Management Program forged a new collaboration, this time, with AccorHotels Turkey, the world’s 6th largest hotel group, to offer new opportunities to its students.
The Undergraduate Hotel Management and the Undergraduate Gastronomy and Culinary Arts Programs, by their nature, require a perfect blend of modern, theoretical, and practical knowledge. To this end, our students are offered case studies, professional hotel management software, culinary/laboratory and tasting workshops tailored to develop students’ practical skills, interactive simulation programs, courses focused on human and artificial intelligence, projects, at least 14 seminars a year, almost 2,000 hours of internships, elective courses, a second foreign language in Russian, Chinese, German, or Spanish, and a multimedia based education, all of which are taught by a stellar cadre of faculty with a strong research background and an extensive sectoral experience.