Hotelschool The Hague partners with the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance
A new collaboration between The Sustainable Hospitality Alliance (the Alliance) and Hotelschool The Hague is announced, which will see the two organisations form a knowledge and training partnership to help the Alliance achieve net positive hospitality for people and place.
The collaboration between the Alliance and Hotelschool The Hague will involve consultations on activities related to the Alliance's sustainable People and Planet programmes. These consultations will drive the development of training modules in entrepreneurship that can be deployed in areas local to where hotels operate. The aim is to increase positive local impact and contribute to becoming net positive for people and place. These modules will offer micro-credentials to students and professionals, formalising and acknowledging their learning and new skills.
The Alliance has had a longstanding relationship with Hotelschool The Hague, demonstrated through its global Sustainable Hospitality Challenge. The CEO of the Alliance, Glenn Mandziuk, judged the final of the challenge in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.
Hotelschool The Hague, founded and funded by the hospitality industry in 1929, has become a hub where industry partners can gain and share new insights, skills, and knowledge. It has a strong connection with the industry and a solid international reputation in hospitality management. The institution provides high-quality education and cutting-edge research in the field of international hospitality management, with emphasis on the transformation of sustainability and digitalisation. Ultimately, developing students into sought-after hospitality graduates who excel in leadership roles worldwide.