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Les Roches Jin Jiang is Ranked No. 1 in China
Les Roches Jin Jiang is Ranked No. 1 in China
    

Les Roches Jin Jiang is Ranked No. 1 International Hospitality Management School in China for an International Career. (TNS Global Survey 2013)

Shanghai, P.R. China. January 17, 2014 – In a recent survey of hospitality industry hiring managers, Les Roches Jin Jiang was ranked No.1 international hospitality management school in China for an international career. (TNS Global Survey 2013)

A broad industry survey amongst hiring managers from top international hospitality companies around the world was completed by Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS), the world’s largest provider of custom research and analysis.

The survey included a regional ranking for international hospitality management schools providing university-level programs in China. Laureate Hospitality Education, a division of Laureate Education Inc., commissioned TNS, an independent market research agency, to conduct the survey in May and June 2013.

The primary purpose of this survey was to establish the relative ranking of the various hospitality management schools in China from which managers of international hospitality companies are likely to recruit staff and to determine the top international hospitality management school in this country.

A total of 145 questionnaires from 29 companies were completed. More than half of respondents (55%) had recruited graduates from at least two and up to five different hospitality management schools for their organizations. Over two thirds (70%) of respondents were human resources managers or hotel general managers with primary responsibility for hiring decisions. The respondents came from a broad range of hotel companies.

As Dr. Sacha Stöcklin, the Academic Dean at Les Roches Jin Jiang, says: “It is reassuring that LRJJ has been ranked No. 1 for an international career once again by the industry. By studying and living in China or originating from China, our graduates have an international outlook and especially a strong skill set for accommodating Chinese customers; highly relevant in today’s international hospitality industry as the World Tourism Organization has reported that the Chinese people are now the world’s number 1 tourism source market in terms of spending.”

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