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St Julian's Scholar deadline looming for aspiring hospitality manager

23 June 2006

Hospitality managers wanting to hone their skills and become St Julian's Scholars must apply for the scheme before the end of July.

The intensive training scheme develops managers through courses at either Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, Cornell University in the USA or the Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne in Switzerland.

During the programme, which is celebrating it's 10th anniversary, leading international industry figures teach both hotel management and leadership skills with the aim of fast tracking managers.

All graduates of the programme become part of the St Julian's Scholars alumni association.

Previous participants include David Morgan-Hewitt, managing director at the Goring Hotel, London; Andrew Stembridge, managing director of Chewton Glen, Hampshire; and Andrew McKenzie, managing director of the Vineyard at Stockcross, Berkshire.

Graham Bamford, scholarship administrator for the Master Innholders, said: "This programme provides the ideal grounding for the general managers of tomorrow."

The programme is funded by the Worshipful Company of Innholders, The Master Innholders and the Savoy Educational Trust.

If you want to enter go to application here >>

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