Vatel gives students the opportunity to study abroad as of their second year. So, to leave, or not to leave with Marco Polo? Here’s something to help those who are still hesitating whether or not to follow in the footsteps of this famous traveler.
10 good reasons to leave with Marco Polo:
- Because living abroad is evident for those who want to work in the hospitality industry: Mathilde Henault dreamed of Marco Polo even before she started school at Vatel.
- To discover other languages and other cultures: at Vatel Ho Chi Mihn, Roxane Hamel learned and spoke Vietnamese everyday.
- To see how subjects are taught differently, such as Natacha Thevenot, when she spent a year at Vatel Manila.
- To do an internship in a resort, like Pauline Millet when she spent a year at Vatel Mauritius.
- To see what happens every day inside French palaces: a dream that came true for Xavier Doger de Speville when he went to Vatel Paris.
- To meet guests from every country in the world, a dream for Hugo Guidot, who went to Vatel Mauritius.
- To meet students from all walks of life: a melting pot that Kenny, Mai and Robin appreciate at Vatel Bordeaux.
- To speak other languages, like Jennifer Ludwig, a German student from Vatel Switzerland, who wanted to speak French better thanks to a year at Vatel Paris.
- And because those who did the Marco Polo program love to share their tips, as Romain de Charnace discovered before he left for Vatel Manila!
A Marco Polo video: