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AITM School of Hotel Management provides an environment where students are challenged regularly and are encouraged to pursue their professional needs. SHM is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding faculties. Our faculty members do not just train these young school graduates; they mold them into global achievers and tomorrow’s leaders of the Hospitality industry.

We provide the future hoteliers with cutting edge skills and make them capable of accommodating to the ever emerging demands in hotel management. Our students are qualified to turn challenges into innovative experiences and global careers. They are taught for good communication skills, persuasiveness, and positive attitude. While acquiring knowledge, we put emphasis on a balanced combination of theory and practice to make sure our students are introduced to many career options.

Research lies both inside and outside the classroom to personalize our students’ experiences and broaden their cognitive skills for analytical findings and interpretations. The results are in close connection with NEF-CCN which governs a corporate role in our education mission.

Our curriculum is further strengthened and streamlined through close bonds that we maintain with industry leaders. Our students’ learning is enriched in the field through real-world projects conducted in agreement with industry professionals. School of Hotel Management frequently calls industry experts for guest lectures, job interviews and university/college assessments.

We feel a sense of accomplishment when we hear from the industries that our students are able to delight their valuable customers and employees alike in terms of both production and services. AITM School of Hotel Management is affiliated with IMI University Switzerland.





IMI in Switzerland offers a full range of programmers at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Hotel, Event, Restaurant, Tourism, European Culinary, International Hospitality, Swiss Hotel, Health and Spa Management and Hospitality Entrepreneurship. The combination of quality academic teaching, Swiss practical training, excellent industry contact and breathtaking scenery are the recipes for success at IMI. Graduates can be found in senior manager positions all around the globe. Their success shows that to reach at the top it pays to start at the top.

IMI University Center Switzerland is one of the top 10 University Colleges in Switzerland. Bachelor in international Hotel and Tourism Management (BHM) at AITM is affiliated with IMI University Center Switzerland and students can complete this degree based on AITM School of Hotel Management, Kathmandu, Nepal.




 BHM (4 years) International Degree                     

(IMI, International Management Institute, Switzerland), 144 Credits

SEMESTER I (18 Credits) SEMESTER V (18 Credits)
  1. - Food Production-I
  2. - Food and Beverage Service-1
  3. - Front Office Operations
  4. - Introductory French
  5. - Fundamentals of Hospitality & Tourism Industry
  6. - Personal Development Planning
  1. - Anthropology and Sociology of Tourism
  2. - Computer Applications and Property Management System
  3. - Events Management
  4. - Human Resource Management for Hospitality & Tourism
  5. - Hotel Maintenance
  6. - Enterprise Development Project (EDP)
SEMESTER II (18 Credits) SEMESTER VI (18 Credits)
  1. - Food Production-II
  2. - Front and Beverage Service-II
  3. - Accommodation Operations
  4. - Intermediate French
  5. - Food Science and Nutrition
  6. - Hospitality English
  1. - Food Production
  2. - Food and Beverage Service
  3. - Tourism Destination Marketing
  4. - Strategic Management
  5. - Consumer Psychology
  6. - Organizational Behavior
SEMESTER III (18 Credits) SEMESTER VII (18 Credits)
  1. - Food Production-Ill
  2. - European Restaurant Operation
  3. - Front Office Management
  4. - Principles of Management
  5. - Financial Management for Hospitality &Tourism
  6. - Hospitality Law
  1. - Advance Food Production
  2. - Advance Food and Beverage Service
  3. - Tourism Planning and Development
  4. - Management Information System
  5. - Entrepreneurship Development
  6. - Research Methodology
SEMESTER IV (18 Credits) SEMESTER VIII (18 Credits)
  1. - Food Production-IV
  2. - Wine and Beverage Studies
  3. - Accommodation Management
  4. - Service Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
  5. - Hotel Statistics
  6. - Economics of Tourism
  1. - Industrial Training (Internship)
  2. - Report Writing on Internship






First week of October



Plus 2 or Equivalent degree with minimum 50% marks for BHM

SLC and above with minimum D+ in SLC for ADHM

Good health and good academic background



Submission of documented evidence of scoring minimum 50% marks in

Plus 2/PCL or in equivalent examinations with at least 12 years of formal education for BHM programs and evidence of scoring D+ in SLC or equivalent for ADHM program

Submission of official letter of financial commitment issued by the sponsor.



Maximum 21 years at the time of admission for BHM

No age limit for ADHM course

Test Series for entrance

Written Test- 50 points

Interview- 50 points

Total- 100 points