瑞士凱撒里茲飯店管理大學  布夫雷及盧森校區
Cesar Ritz Colleges Switzerland – Le Bouveret and Lucerne

瑞士廚藝學院 布夫雷及盧森校區
Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland – Le Bouveret and Lucerne

Hotel Institute Montreux – Montreux


2017年5月30 (二)& 31日 (三)

2017年7月18 (二)& 19日 (三)

2017年8月15 (二)& 16日 (三)



參訪行程 包括:

Tour our campus 參訪學校及設備

Learn about our study programmes 了解我們的課程

Meet our students, school management & faculty 安排與我們學生及老師及行政管理見面


費用: 參訪學校行程期間內的交通費及食宿免費 ( 不含瑞士來回機票及旅遊明安療險)


《瑞士》2017-2-28 恭喜! 瑞士廚藝學院學生贏得2017年德國舉行奧林匹克世界廚藝大賽烹飪技能贏得銅牌


恭喜! 瑞士廚藝學院學生贏得 2017年德國舉行的奧林匹克世界廚藝大賽烹飪技能贏得銅牌.


Bronze Medal At The International Culinary Olympics

28 Feb 2017

Culinary Arts Academy Switzerland student brings home a bronze medal for her culinary skills.

Current student Amy Cho showed off her culinary competences during the International Culinary Olympics held in Germany. Known as one of the most international culinary competitions in the world, the Culinary Olympics are held every 4 years and attract gourmets, gastronomists and top chefs from around the globe.

Amy brought home the bronze in the individual category representing her home country South Korea. While preparing for the Culinary Olympics, she was working full-time at the Kameha Grand Zurich Hotel.


“My colleagues at work helped me a lot in the preparation and testing of my recipes as I did not have a well-equipped kitchen at home. I am very grateful for the support I received at work. We even used my winning recipe in the service”.


Amy is currently working towards her Masters degree in hospitality at the Brig campus and plans to continue towards a doctoral agree upon graduation.





李爵伶 Pearl Lee2015參加台北大學與瑞士凱撒里茲飯店管理大學3+2 dual degree 雙聯學位學術交流, 由凱撒里茲台灣代表處林肯企管及林肯瑞士教育智庫 輔導報名雙國雙聯學位成功典範.


自凱撒里茲畢業後在台北艾美寒舍擔任宴會活動管理幹部的李爵伶,這次參加獅威啤酒(SKOL Brewery)實習計畫,來到遙遠的盧安達籌辦非洲運動盛事──盧安達自由車賽。在語言不通的陌生環境中,爵伶以專業而靈活變通的態度一一克服各種障礙,成功地協助賽事的各種工作:包括活動籌辦評估、賽事管理、媒體公關,選手訪談和廣告宣傳等等。「最大的收穫是離開自己的舒適圈並挑戰極限。」對爵伶來說,最好的自我期許就是永遠不給自己設限!


Just barely a month ago, Pearl Lee was on the other side of the world, organising Rwanda’s biggest cycling event through her internship with SKOL Brewery.

Pearl Lee, a fresh graduate from César Ritz Colleges, recently returned home from a true internship adventure in Rwanda to begin her full time job as an Events Coordinator with Hotel Le Meridien Taipei.

Why did you choose to do your internship in Rwanda?
When I moved to Switzerland for my studies, I told myself that I would embrace any challenges and opportunities that came my way. I heard about this position from our school’s career office and I thought, why not?! Having travelled in Europe and Asia before, I knew Africa was a place I wanted to get to know more and I believe you need to live in a country for some time if you want to truly get to know it.

What was your first impression of Rwanda when you arrived?


“Rwanda is known as the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’ and it perfectly describes the country – rolling hills, impressive mountains and a surprisingly cool climate.”


The people are also warm and genuine. Interestingly, I made friends with people from many different countries in Rwanda. I met a girl from Hong Kong who was teaching music in an international school, a Japanese restaurant owner who moved his entire family to Rwanda to start his business, a Chinese businessman who can’t speak English, French or Kinyarwanda (the local language), and yet was running a successful business in Rwanda. More than its landscape it’s the people I met and the locals who I worked with that really shaped my appreciation for the country.


Tell us a little more about your internship with SKOL Brewery.
SKOL Brewery is one of the fastest growing companies in the country. A core focus is corporate social responsibility and giving back to society. In this spirit they sponsor the Tour du Rwanda to promote sport.

As the Events Assistant, I organised and prepared event evaluation reports and supported the events team from preparation through to the execution of campaigns. I was also tasked with managing media relations and tracked daily media coverage, facilitated interviews for journalists with cyclists and oversaw the branding of the event on TV, online and other platforms.

What was the biggest challenge you faced in this role?
Overcoming the language barrier was probably the most difficult. My job required me to work closely with locals that we employed for casual labour at our events, and they all spoke Kinyarwanda, which I don’t understand. At the beginning we found ourselves communicating through sign or body language! Over time, I realised that their written English was better than their spoken, so we started texting as a form of communication and I made sure to double check with them and show them exactly what we needed their help with to avoid misunderstanding.


What did you learn from this experience?
My internship with SKOL Brewery has been a great opportunity for me to develop my leadership skills, as I had to train staff in different roles for events. I also learned to work independently, be adaptable and flexible as nothing ever goes as planned!


“My biggest takeaway from this experience is that I have more confidence in getting out of my comfort zone and pushing boundaries to always do better the next time round. The sky is the limit!”