Robinson’s School of Hospitality among world’s top 30 hotel management programs

ATLANTA – The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration of Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is listed among the top 30 hotel management schools in the world.

The 2014 list, published by HotelierMiddleEast.com, highlights the world’s leading hotel management schools across Europe, Asia, North America, Africa, Australia and the Middle East. Robinson’s School of Hospitality is one of six U.S. programs listed.

“We are pleased to be named among the best hotel management schools across the globe” says Debby Cannon, director of the School of Hospitality. “It is because of our diverse students, outstanding faculty, accomplished alumni and extensive industry support that we have received this accolade.”

The School of Hospitality integrates its curriculum with practical opportunities enhanced by the school’s location in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Degree programs include a one-year Master of Global Hospitality Management and a B.B.A. in hospitality administration.

Founded in 1973 and named in honor of the late founder of Days Inn Hotel Company, the Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration is the oldest and largest program of its type in the state of Georgia. For more information, visit hospitality.robinson.gsu.edu »


The largest business school in the South and part of a major research institution, Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business has 200 faculty, 8,000 students and 75,000 alumni. With programs on five continents and students from 88 countries, the college is world-class and worldwide. Its part-time MBA is ranked among the best by the Bloomberg Businessweek and U.S. News & World Report, and its Executive MBA is on the Financial Times list of the world’s premier programs. Located in Atlanta, the Robinson College and Georgia State have produced more of Georgia’s top executives with graduate degrees than any other school in the Southeast.

 
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