International School of Hotel and Tourism Management
Vatel Hotel and Tourism Business School is a recognized institution around the world, which prepares students to acquire the knowledge and necessary skills to responsibly perform management positions in hospitality establishments, such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, service agencies, hospitals, recreation centers, etc. Vatel's academic plan offers an official double degree (Mexico-France) that opens the opportunity to join the professional world directly.
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Contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org by phone or Whatsapp at +52 999 576 8410 Fill out the information form on the website www.vatel.mx.
Send your file in digital format to email@example.com, or in physical format on campus to start the admission process. The file must contain an admission application filled out with a photograph, high school academic history, and a copy of the birth certificate.
The Admissions Department and the Academic Director will review your file and notify they will notify of receipt.
Once your file is accepted, you must pay the admission fees; $1,500.00 MXN (one thousand five hundred pesos 00/100 M.N.). Once the payment is made, you must send the receipt to schedule the date and time of the admission exam.
You will receive the results within 48 hours with the information to start the enrollment process.
Living in Merida, Yucatan
Mérida, Yucatán is recognized as one of the most outstanding cities nationally and internationally. It is located less than 40 km south of the Gulf of Mexico in the northwestern part of the Yucatan peninsula. Mérida has a rich Mayan and colonial heritage; That is why the central point of the city is the Independence Square which is flanked by the city's Cathedral (like a fortress) and the Church of the Third Order. Both colonial-era churches were built with remnants of ancient Mayan temples. The Casa de Montejo (a 16th century mansion) is an iconic site of colonial Plateresque architecture.
Pibil suckling pig, papadzules, Yucatecan panuchos, lime soup, stuffed cheese, Tikinxic fish, among others.
The Yucatecan population enjoys many centuries-old traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation and customs that are related to daily life.