Join an international and professional school that meets the challenges of tomorrow's tourism!

Y SCHOOLS’ School of Tourism aims to train future managers in the tourism industry.

As a member of the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), the school benefits from a rich teaching ecosystem thanks to the multiplicity of training courses on offer. The Ecole Supérieure de Tourisme thus delivers a Bachelor Tourism Management and a Master Tourism Management based on 5 areas of expertise.

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Blog, Professional tourism

Have you heard of regenerative tourism?

Tourism is a sector in turmoil. At least, that was the case before March 2020 and the global lockdown. But
Blog, Leisure tourism

Don’t be the tourist that nobody wants!

The tourist who is curious about local cultures, who wants to meet the locals and talk to them, who asks
Blog, Leisure tourism

5 incredible countries still untouched by mass tourism

Tourism is a thriving economic sector. The number of tourists is constantly increasing all over the world and will continue

86% of our graduates are employed less than 6 months after graduation.


Anne-France Orban,

2012 cohort

The Bachelor in Tourism Management from the School of Tourism offers a complete course in a small-scale school with a family atmosphere. The format and diversity of the teaching, the professionalism of the lecturers and the possibility of studying abroad really broadened my horizons. From the Bristol Paris to the Melati Beach Resort & Spa in Thailand, from the Péninsula Paris to Relais & Châteaux, this course introduced me to so many wonderful hotels.

Jérôme Cuny,

2014 cohort

I did my whole course in Troyes, starting with a Bachelor’s degree, then I specialised in business tourism for my Masters. This programme really helped, by giving me an excellent overview of the tourism market and a solid basis in business operations. Working in a team, speaking in public and the methodologies I learned gave me the added value I needed for my future career. Finally, the work placements help you put the teaching into practice.

Natacha Winkler,

2010 cohort

The Bachelor in Tourism Management was very enriching on several levels. We received very good teaching from sector professionals and had the opportunity to do a work placement every year (I did mine in Marrakesh and Berlin). It was also personally enriching, as I had the chance to study abroad for a semester, going to Finland. The Bachelor in Tourism Management definitely helped me launch my career in the tourism industry.