Stephane 🐝 Fenner en EHL - Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Hospitality and Tourism Partner • Gourmet Swiss Import 11/10/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +600

EHL VS Cornell: a Hospitality Management Friendly Competition – Part 2

EHL VS Cornell: a Hospitality Management Friendly Competition – Part 2

Following the first part of this story, I continue to explore the similarities and differences between the leaders in hospitality management education: Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) and Cornell University.



EHL VS Cornell: a Hospitality Management Friendly Competition – Part 2

THE ALUMNI

Cornell: Dinner and movie after work tomorrow?

EHL: Can’t. I have an alumni gathering.

Cornell: Again? Didn’t you go to one a couple days ago… So who will it be, alumni or me?

EHL: Alumni!

EHL has one of the largest alumni network in the world. Standing at 25,000 graduates, EHL may not hold a strong absolute advantage over other liberal arts colleges from a numeric standpoint but instead, this has in turn strengthened the relationships within the close-knitted EHL alumni family. The EHL alumni chapters (or “stamms”) all over the world never fail to hold at least one gathering a month.

At the gatherings, in addition to students doing internships locally and graduates just starting their careers, there are also many alumni with rich experiences, currently holding high and esteemed positions. Often over good food and drinks, the alumni are often keen on the recent updates of the school and on the other hand, current students would never miss the opportunity to learn from the senior members in the industry. As time marches on, the badge of EHL never loses its luster in the hearts of the alumni.


EHL VS Cornell: a Hospitality Management Friendly Competition – Part 2

THE PEOPLE

EHL: Sorry I didn’t answer your call. I went to lunch with the team after the meeting.

Cornell: The never-ending meetings again? How many are in your team?

EHL: Five. An Italian girl, a guy from Switzerland, a handsome Filipino-American, a guy from Czech Republic, and me. How about you?

Cornell: Eh… An American man, an American woman, another American woman, and me.

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