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Tschumi Fond Scholarship by Hotelleriesuisse

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Attractive Scholarship Opportunity

EHL Campus Passugg (SSTH), as a member of Hotelleriesuisse, has the possibility to offer its hotel management students a unique scholarship opportunity through the Tschumi Foundation to benefit from.

The Tschumi Foundation supports highly talented and motivated students at EHL Passugg in need of a financial contribution. A maximum of CHF 12'000 can be granted for the entire education program. This includes the Swiss Professional Degree and the EHL Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management.

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Who is eligible for the Scholarship?

These students are eligible for the scholarship:

  • Swiss citizens
  • International students who have been residents in Switzerland for at least five years prior to starting their education and who are enrolled at EHL Passugg at the time the Hotelleriesuisse scholarship is awarded
  • Applicants who can demonstrate an outstanding performance that supports the image of the hotel industry (languages, club memberships, or other talents).

You can find the award criteria in detail here (in German).

If these criteria do not apply to you, as an international student you may benefit from the EHL Scholarship Award.

How can I apply for the Scholarship?

An application form must be submitted for the scholarship.

Submission deadlines:

  • June 30th at the latest for the semester start of August
  • November 30th at the latest for the semester start of January

Please make sure that you submit your scholarship application before you start your studies.

Application to be submitted directly to:

EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality
Student Services
Hauptstrasse 12
7062 Passugg

Phone +41 81 255 11 11

If you have any questions about the scholarship application, please contact us.

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