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Emirates Aacademy of Hospitality Management

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EAHM is an integral part of the Dubai-based luxury hospitality company the Jumeirah Group. Meticulously planned just for you, the campus will support your world-class hospitality management education. The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management (EAHM) is recognized by the higher education authorities in the UAE, UK and Australia. In addition, the ongoing academic association with world-renowned hospitality school, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, continues to enhance the quality of all study programmes.

The cost of attending university varies by program, however, a full time student can expect the tuition fees to range from 1 to 15192 (USD) in this establishment.

Why should I consider a career in tourism or hospitality management?

Because you will be in demand! The industry is enjoying unprecedented growth and is expected to triple in size in the next ten years.

How do I apply?

Click here for 'Enrolment Procedures'.

I've got a number of specific questions. How do I contact you?

Click on the contact button above and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Am I free to come and go as I please?

Clearly, like all educational establishments, EAHM expects its students to meet minimum attendance and behaviour criteria. However Dubai is a liberal environment, and we actively encourage participation by students in all kinds of community and extra-curricular activities. We want students to enjoy Dubai in the same way as its resident national and expatriate populations do.

Can I entertain visitors from my home country during my studies in Dubai?

It is possible to arrange for visitor visas, where required, by application to EAHM’s Administration Office.

What about the dress?

During classes students must be formally dressed, in compliance with the requirements of a management position in any public or private work environment. During practical classes in kitchen and service, professional kitchen or service outfits will be worn. During evenings and weekends students wear casual clothing. Cultural diversity of business and casual dress is acceptable.