Hotelschool The Hague

Creating hospitable futures together


Den Haag

Type organisatie

Wij werken aan de volgende SDG's:

Organisatie Omschrijving

Hotelschool The Hague was founded in 1929, making it one of the oldest independent hotel schools in the world. The school has two campuses, one in The Hague and one in Amsterdam with over 2500 students and 200 employees. Since 2014, Hotelschool The Hague has been proclaimed best public Hotelschool of the Netherlands five times in a row. In 2017 and 2019, the school had the best Master in Business Administration according to the Keuzegids HBO. Graduates of Hotelschool The Hague occupy leading positions in the hospitality industry all over the world.

Hoe wij aan de SDG's werken

Hotelschool The Hague finds it important to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with the aim to achieve a better, more hospitable and more sustainable future for all. These goals address global challenges we all face. Hotelschool The Hague would like to achieve societal relevance, by focusing on the following four goals:

3 – Good health and well-being
4 – Quality education
11 – Sustainable cities and communities
12 – Responsible consumption and production

By implementing these in our curriculum and daily practices, we want to guarantee that each graduate of our school - as future leader of our industry - has enough knowledge and skills to 'create hospitable futures' which means to lead and operate hospitality companies in a commercial, yet socially responsible and sustainable way".  As part of that, we joined the SDG charter as well.

Zo dragen wij bij aan de SDG's

At Hotelschool The Hague, we believe in creating hospitable futures together. Futures in which we take our responsibility to inspire our community to make an impact, for example by reducing food waste. With our great community of students, staff, alumni and industry partners, we already created impact through: Food Rescue actions where we have saved over 40,000 kilos of food, numerous impactful P.A.T.E. projects, the elimination of plastic disposables, reducing our coffee cup usage with more than 30% and by joining the SDG charter. Click here for more information regarding Food Circularity.

Furthermore, we do a lot of research regarding over tourism (Airbnb, City Hospitality), Happiness & Care (Hospitality in Hospitals), Circular Hotels and many more. And there is much more to come. We only get one planet Earth. By sharing our initiatives on this platform and via our own channels, we hope to inspire you to make an impact to create a better, more sustainable and more hospitable future for all. For more information regarding our research projects, please visit the website of our Research Centre.

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