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AITM School of Hotel Management provides an environment where students are challenged regularly and are encouraged to pursue their professional requirements. School of Hotel Management is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding faculties. Our faculty members do not just train the young school graduates; they transmute them into tomorrow’s leaders of the Hospitality industry. We provide cutting edge skills and make our students capable of accommodating to the ever emerging demands in the hotel industry. Our students are qualified to turn challenges into innovative experiences and global careers. They are trained for good interpersonal skills, persuasiveness, and positive attitude. While acquiring knowledge, we put emphasis on a balanced combination of theory and practice to make sure that it can be introduced to many career options.

Research based study is our fundamental priority which personalizes our students’ experiences and broadens their cognitive skills for analytical findings and interpretations. The academic overall success is further accomplished in close connection with Nepal Education Foundation-Consortium of Colleges, Nepal (NEF-CCN) which governs a corporate role in this enlightening 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 association with industry professionals. School of Hotel Management frequently calls industry experts for guest lectures, assessments and job interviews. We feel a sense of accomplishment when we hear from the hotels that our students are able to delight their valuable customers in terms of both production and services.  We are the recipient of the “Second Best Hospitality/Tourism College Nepal-2014” by Business age magazine. Our graduates are found in top five star hotels in the world and few of them are involved in opening their own outlets in Nepal and abroad. The School of Hotel Management is affiliated with IMI (International Management Institute), Switzerland.






IMI in Switzerland offers full range of programs at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Hotel, Tourism and Events Management and International Culinary Arts. The combination of quality academic teaching, Swiss practical training and excellent industry contacts are a recipe for success. IMI graduates are found in senior hotel manager positions all around the globe. Their success shows that to reach at the top, it pays to start at the top.

One of the world’s top 50 Hotel and Hospitality Management Schools (CEO, World Magazine, 2016)

17th out of 50 top Hospitality & Leisure Management Schools (QS, World University Ranking, 2017)



  • Bachelor in International Hotel and Tourism Management (4 Years) –IMI, Switzerland (



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



Plus 2 or Equivalent with minimum 50% marks
Physically and mentally sound

Evidence of scoring minimum 50% marks in Plus 2 or equivalent with 12 years of formal education in Nepal or abroad

Written:     50 marks
Interview:  50 marks
Total:       100 marks

Prof. Theodore Benetatos, CEO & Academic Dean of IMI
Prof. Gavin R R Caldwell, Director of Operations, Human Resources & Partner Schools
Ms Greta Musu, Director of International Business Development
Dr. Carrie Ann Brühlmann, Partner School Liaison