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2 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA) IN INTERNATIONAL HOTEL MANAGEMENT BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 S1 1 Bluche S2 1 Bluche S3 Internship S4 1 Bluche S5 Internship 3 S6 Bluche S7 Bluche TOTAL Tuition 16,425 18,000 18,000 16,013 16,013 84,451 Tuition for international students 21,900 24,000 24,000 21,350 21, ,600 Double room 5,950 5,950 5,950 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 4,450 4,450 4,450 Learning resources (estimate) 1, Health & accident insurance ,500 1, Uniform (service / kitchen) Kitchen ,025 29,500 29,000 26,963 26,963 for international students 35,250 37,000 36,500 33,050 33,050 DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 S1 1 Bluche S2 1 Bluche S3 Internship S4 1 Bluche S5 Internship S6 Internship TOTAL Tuition 16,425 18,000 18,000 52,425 Tuition for international students 21,900 24,000 24,000 69,900 Double room 5,950 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 4,450 Learning resources (estimate) 1, Health & accident insurance ,500 2,250 Uniform (service / kitchen) Kitchen toolkit ,025 29,500 29,000 for international students 35,250 37,000 37,250 Footnotes for BBA & Diploma: 1 Lodging and full board compulsory. 2 Health & accident insurance includes academic semesters & upcoming internship semesters. Some students may be exempt, please refer to the Insurance chapter in the terms & conditions. 3 Students who choose the Culinary Business Management BBA specialization should refer to the 'Culinary Business Management specialization' chapter in the terms & conditions. Please note: Students may choose to take additional elective courses. Please refer to the 'Elective Courses' chapter in the terms & conditions.
3 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN GLOBAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 S1 1 Switzerland S2 1 China S3 1 Spain S4 Internship S5 Switzerland S6 Internship S7 Switzerland TOTAL Tuition 19,500 19,500 19,500 19,500 19,500 97,500 Tuition for international students 26,000 26,000 26,000 26,000 26, ,000 Double room 5,950 2,050 3,900 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 2,050 2,850 4,450 4,450 Health insurance , Additional Fees 3 1,950 1,350 1, ,050 31,850 24,950 27,700 30,350 30,950 for international students 39,100 31,900 35,050 38,350 38,200 INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & SERVICE PROGRAM(IELSP) 4 INTENSIVE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM (IELP) 6 BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER YEAR 1 S1A 1 Bluche S1B 1 Bluche TOTAL Tuition 14,200 14,200 28,400 Double room 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 Learning resources (estimate) 7 1, Health & accident insurance Uniform (service / kitchen) 550 YEAR 1 BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER S1 1 Bluche Tuition 6,500 Double room 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 Books and materials (estimate) 350 Health & accident insurance TOTAL 18,000 27,550 25,700 Footnotes for Global BBA, IELSP & IELP: 1 Lodging and full board compulsory. 2 Health insurance includes academic semesters & upcoming internship semesters. 3 Includes books, uniform, kitchen toolkit and support coordination. 4 Intensive English Language and Service Program covers the equivalent of semester 1 of the Hotel Management Diploma / Bachelor of Business Administration. Please refer to the corresponding fees for the remaining semesters. 5 Some students may be exempt, please refer to the Insurance chapter in the terms & conditions. 6 This program is only offered in conjunction with one of our hospitality programs. 7 Please refer to the 'Learning Resources' chapter in the terms & conditions. Please note: Students may choose to take additional elective courses. Please refer to the 'Elective Courses' chapter in the terms & conditions. Please note: The terms and conditions for the Global Bachelor degree vary for each campus. Please refer to the full 'Tuition and Other Fees document for the Global degree on our website : www. lesroches.edu/global-degree
4 POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA (PGD) 1 / HIGHER DIPLOMA (PGHD) IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY ADMINISTRATION BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER SEMESTER YEAR 1 YEAR 2 S1 Bluche S2 Bluche S3 Bluche S4 Internship TOTAL Tuition 13,763 13,763 14,550 42,076 Tuition for international students 18,350 18,350 19,400 56,100 Double room 5,950 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 4,450 Books and materials (estimate) Health & accident insurance , Uniform (service / kitchen) and kitchen toolkit 1,050 25,863 24,463 25,250 for international students 31,200 30,550 30,850 MBA IN HOSPITALITY BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER YEAR 1 SEMESTER S1 Bluche S2 Bluche TOTAL Tuition 3 18,788 18,788 37,576 Tuition for international students 3 25,050 25,050 50,100 Double room 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 Books and materials (estimate) Health & accident insurance ,938 29,688 for international students 36,950 36,700 MASTER IN HOSPITALITY LEADERSHIP (MhL) BREAKDOWN (CHF) PER YEAR 1 SEMESTER S1 Bluche S2 Bluche TOTAL Tuition 15,225 15,225 30,450 Tuition for international students 20,300 20,300 40,600 Double room 5,950 5,950 Full board (compulsory) 4,450 4,450 Books and materials (estimate) Health & accident insurance ,375 26,125 for international students 32,200 31,950 Footnotes for PGD, PGHD, MBA & Mhl: 1 Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality Administration = Semester 1+2+4, and Postgraduate Higher Diploma in Hospitality Management = semester Health & accident insurance includes academic semesters & upcoming internship semesters. Some students may be exempt, please refer to the Insurance chapter in the terms & conditions. Students enrolled on the PGHD program will be charged CHF 750 for insurance in semester 2, and 1,500.- for insurance in semester 3 to cover the upcoming internship. 3 Includes half board, return flights from Switzerland to USA and lodging for 2-week Chicago trip in semester 2 (MBA only). 4 Please refer to the Insurance chapter in the terms & conditions. Please note: Students may choose to take additional elective courses. Please refer to the 'Elective Courses' chapter in the terms & conditions.
5 TUITION & - TERMS & CONDITIONS DEFINITION AND VALIDITY OF To be eligible for the stated Swiss Resident fees: The student must hold a valid Swiss Passport or Their sponsor holds a Swiss Passport or is currently residing in Switzerland holding a B/C permit. Fees applicable to new students only. Please note: Students and sponsors with a diplomatic status (carte de légitimation) are not entitled to the Swiss Residents tuition and other fees as outlined. All other students and sponsors are subject to fees for international students. COVER Tuition, professional development courses, school nurse, some events and facilities (i.e. conferences, leisure and sports activities, library), administration costs, laundry and ironing of professional clothes (kitchen and service), other school supplies, visitor s tax, cantonal and communal taxes (only if living in campus accommodation), administration charges for the visa and work permit (excluding where there are legal and court charges, if the visa or permit is refused and an appeal is made), administration charges for internship(s), Swiss VAT, membership for the Alumni Association of Les Roches, tutoring (when necessary), industry presentations, examiner fees and career counseling. Any unused services, clothes, school supplies, benefits, etc. included in the main fees are not refundable. ADDITIONAL EXPENSES COVER Application fee, damage deposit, double room accommodation in Bluche or Crans-Montana, full board, books and learning resources, uniforms (kitchen and service) and health & accident insurance (professional and nonprofessional). Parking, single accommodation, personal expenses including travel to and from the school and the internship site and pocket money are not included. ROOM, BOARD & PARKING Room and board fees include accommodation in a double room in Bluche or Crans-Montana, full board (3 meals a day, 5 days a week, as well as brunch and dinner on Saturdays and Sundays). Subject to availability, students can book a single room for an additional fee to the double room. As single room accommodation at Les Roches is limited, students will automatically be secured a standard double room once pre-payment is made. However, students will also receive instructions by about how to make room reservations in our lodging system, with the option to choose a single room (subject to conditions and availability). The prices below are in Swiss francs, per person and per semester in addition to the double room fee: ROOM / PARKING PRICE (CHF) LOCATION Single room supplement 2,100 All buildings Permit 600 Assigned parking in Bluche The half board option, available at a discount of CHF 1,200 per semester, is only open to students living at Les Cheminots building or in buildings in Crans-Montana, or to students living off campus with written approval from the campus director. Students who choose the half board option are responsible for their own dinner and weekend meals. NON-SMOKING POLICY Please note, the campus is a smoke-free area, including bedrooms. LEARNING RESOURCES As of October 2016 onwards, all first semester bachelor degree students (excluding global bachelor degree students) and intensive English Language and service program students (IELSP) will receive a pre-loaded ipad containing e-books, videos and digital content to support the learning experience. Any students wishing to order printed text books may order through the school for an additional cost. For all returning and direct entry students, this fee covers the cost for books and materials. LAPTOP POLICY Students will need to have individual access to our intranet website, which hosts student information, including support and teaching documents and other learning resources. Students will also need to use internet for their project research, to access on-line library resources or s. Two options are available to meet our requirements: 1. Students may bring their own laptop provided it meets the institution s requirements. Specifications will be sent directly to the student upon confirmation of enrollment and are also published on our website (www. lesroches.edu). 2. Students may purchase their personal laptop through Les Roches for a fee of CHF 2,300. More details are available on the Les Roches website.
6 TUITION & - TERMS & CONDITIONS ELECTIVE COURSES Subject to schedule availability and classroom size (minimum 5 students), students can choose to take additional elective courses from semesters 6 & 7 of the BBA program. This will incur a cost of CHF 3,000 per course and each course bears 3 credits. Please contact the Academic Dean for further information. OTHER EXPENSES It is estimated that students require a minimum sum of CHF 500 per month to finance their out-of-pocket expenses such as snacks and drinks, entertainment, personal office supplies, laundry and any other personal expenses. INSURANCE Health and accident insurance is mandatory in Switzerland, thus students are required to take the health and accident insurance provided by the school which covers them when on campus and on internship. However, if students have a private valid insurance cover equivalent to the Swiss health insurance cover scheme, they have to follow the procedure to be exempted by the Swiss authorities (information about exemption and validation of foreign insurance plans are available from Admissions). If students fail to complete this procedure, prior to their registration on campus, they will automatically be registered with the insurance provided by the school at the most competitive rate which may vary from one semester to another. Students who have been granted the exemption by Swiss authorities are responsible for verifying the validity of their private health and accident insurance cover in Switzerland and on internship in Switzerland or abroad; the school will not cover any health or accident related expenses. Personal and private insurance to cover issues such as damage or theft of personal property are not mandatory but are strongly recommended. Les Roches cannot be held responsible for the theft of personal belongings, student damage or third party insurance. DAMAGE DEPOSIT A refundable damage deposit of CHF 1,000 is required to cover any damage caused to Les Roches property by the student during his/her studies. It is payable at the time of the first semester s invoice and is refundable three months after final check-out (completion of studies). SCHOLARSHIPS Les Roches provides a limited number of scholarships for new students. The scholarships are competitive and linked to Les Roches s admissions strategy which aims to assist motivated young people to study at our institution. Each scholarship has specific criteria and eligibility for a scholarship is examined on a case-by-case basis for those students who have submitted a complete application. Returning students faced with extreme financial difficulty may apply with the registrar for Financial Aid (subject to conditions). Applications must be made at least four months prior to the start of the intended semester of study. APPLICATION FEE A fee of CHF 250 is required with each application. Complete credit card information must be provided on the application form. This fee is not refundable. PRE-PAYMENT New students: upon acceptance of your application, a pre-payment of CHF 3,000 must be paid within 20 days from the date of the acceptance letter, in Swiss francs, by bank transfer, credit card or online at lesroches.flywire. com. This pre-payment confirms your place in the program and is refundable if a formal written cancellation is received before 15 th May (for the summer intake), 15 th September (for BBA1 October intake) or 15 th November (for the winter intake). The pre-payment is deducted from the first semester's invoice. Please note: if the student postpones his/her studies after the pre-payment has been made, the balance will be carried forward for the next intake only. If a student postpones to the next intake and subsequently cancels no refund of the pre-payment will be made. LATE CANCELLATION FEE If the new or returning student cancels his/her studies after the deadline of 15 th May for the summer intake, 15 th September for the BBA1 October intake and 15 th November for the winter intake and without a written notification, a late notice fee of CHF 3,000 will be charged to the student account.
7 TUITION & - TERMS & CONDITIONS PAYMENTS Payments must be made in full in Swiss francs no later than the 15 th November (for the winter intake) and no later than the 15 th May (for the summer intake), unless a payment plan contract has been approved. Payments can be made by bank transfer, check, credit card or online at lesroches.flywire.com. Students will not be permitted to begin their studies until payment for the semester has been received. Swiss Residence permits, academic diplomas and degrees are only delivered / awarded when all fees and charges have been paid. REFUND POLICY AND REVIEW OF The tuition fees paid for each semester are not refundable. If a student cancels before the official arrival date on campus, only the pre-payment will be retained. If a student is dismissed or withdraws from the semester, only the fees covering the accommodation, board and insurance are reimbursed (proportional to the number of weeks remaining in the semester for accommodation and board, remaining months for insurance). Any credits on account will be carried over and deducted from the invoice for the following semester and respectively refunded 3 months after final check-out at the end of the program. Les Roches reserves the right to review and modify the tuition fees of each semester at any time and without notice. To maintain the standards expected from the institution, the fees are reviewed annually. METHOD OF PAYMENTS Option 1: By direct bank transfer to UBS SA, 1002 Lausanne, Switzerland Beneficiary s Name: GESTHOTEL Sàrl, Hotel Management School Les Roches Account Number: 243-H Swift Address: UBSWCHZH80A IBAN: CH H (WHEN APPLICABLE) All students are requested to complete their internship(s) in establishments approved by Les Roches. The main objective is to prepare students for their professional career by developing their managerial, entrepreneurial and personal skills to their fullest through interesting and challenging internships. Les Roches has established excellent relationships with the hospitality and tourism industry, and a wide choice of training possibilities are offered to students in large, medium or small companies, in Switzerland or abroad. However, some countries can be restricted by Government visa and work permit policies as well as language requirements. Although internships are generally paid by the employer, the remuneration received cannot be expected to finance studies at Les Roches. VISA PROCEDURE FOR ACCEPTED CANDIDATES Accepted candidates will receive an acceptance letter from the Admissions Department detailing the visa procedure. For students who need an entry visa, it is imperative to request a STUDENT VISA (not a tourist visa). Students are strongly advised to apply immediately as it takes at least 2 months to obtain a visa. Candidates must make a personal request at the Swiss Embassy / Consulate in their country of residence and present the school s attestation. Once the visa is approved (after 6 to 8 weeks), the Embassy / Consulate will notify the candidate who then must collect the original visa from the Embassy / Consulate. Candidates with European Union passports, and those from countries with which Switzerland has bilateral agreements, need only to send the required documents to the school. Please note: copy of authorization to collect the visa will only be sent to the candidate if the pre-payment has been made within 20 days of the date of acceptance. Option 2: By online credit card / bank transfers on lesroches.flywire.com Please make sure that the bank indicates the student s name and student number on the payment advice slip for the bank transaction.
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