ADMISSION / REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

FIRST CYCLE STUDIES ( BACHELOR’S DEGREE)

You may be admitted as a student of the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry if you have finished secondary school and obtained an appropriate school – leaving certificate. The Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry does not have requirements regarding subjects chosen in secondary school-leaving examinations.

Once the students have submitted their documents, they are asked to fill in a personal questionnaire, sign a contract, choose their major and the mode of studies and also decide what level of proficiency they have attained with regard to languages. All students beginning Bachelor’s course have the chance to continue their studies by doing a Master’s degree in their chosen major in the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry.

Students of the Hotel Management and Catering Industry major, and all these who want to do work experience, are obliged to take a carrying test.

On the basis of this a doctor of labour medicine will issue a certificate for people working in food production and trade. This certificate should be submitted at the beginning of the academic year.

SECOND CYCLE STUDIES (MASTER’S DEGREE)

Graduates of the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry are admitted to the Master’s  programme as first.

You may be admitted as a student of the first year Master’s programme if:

  • you graduated from Bachelor’s programme (first cycle) or Master’s programme (second cycle) and submitted a complete set of documents
  • you graduated from “Tourism and Recreation” specialization in the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry (admitted as first)
  • you graduated from “tourism and recreation” specialization in other colleges
  • you graduated from other than “tourism and recreation” specializations
  • you have a Bachelor’s, engineer or Master’s degree in other than “Tourism and Recreation” specializations. The admission of such candidates takes place personally after they have submitted required documents and the study programme differences have been defined on the grounds of the student’s book photocopy (or Master of Science certificate supplement)

POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

You may be admitted as a student of postgraduate studies if you are a graduate of the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes.

-          Documents should be submitted in the Students’ Affairs Office in the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry, Poznań, 19 Nieszawska street from Monday to Friday (9 a.m to 2.p.m.) or send completed documents by post to the above address

-          The course lasts two or three semesters for students applying for a job at scool in conformity with the directive of the Minister of National Education and Sport of 7th September 2004 about standards of teachers’ teaching (3rd semester – methodology of class conducting and trainings)

-          Graduates of the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry (first and second cycle) are exempted from fees

POSTGRADUATE STUDIES – NEW MAJORS

The Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry in Poznan invites to one-year extramural postgraduate studies within the confines of the following majors:

Courses are directed to graduates of the I cycle – Bachelor of Science studies and engineer studies as well as the II cycle – Master of Science studies.

The graduates receive:

  • A certificate of postgraduate studies graduation in conformity with requirements of the Minister of Science and Higher Education – a Directive of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 19th December 2008 concerning kinds of professional titles conferred on study graduates as well as diploma and certificate patterns issued by universities
  • A diploma of postgraduate studies completion in the Academy of Hotel Management and Catering Industry in one of the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Russian

Teaching methods:

  • Classes, case study, workshops, catering exhibitions, discussion panels, lectures
  • E-materials provided by lecturers
  • Classes are conducted twice a month – on Saturdays and Sundays
  • Dates of classes and timetables are provided two weeks before classes begin
  • To complete studies students have to: attend classes, pass all examinations and get all credits, prepare and defend a project