How to Apply

Follow our easy 3-step application process

  1. Download the application form below and complete the information in English
  2. Prepare the documents required
  3. Submit the completed application form and all documents to our Education Team (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm)



Admission Requirements | Information | Tuition Fee

ASEAN Programs & Preparatory Hospitality Course (PHC)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum Age: 17 years.
  • Previous Education: High School or equivalent.
  • Level of English: Pre-intermediate proficiency.
  • Successful completion of entry exam.

Program Information:

  • Duration: 10 months full-time (one academic year).
  • Study Method: Instructor-led, interactive .
  • Study Material: Textbooks.
  • Award: Certificate II, ASEAN level 1 in a chosen specialty field.

Tuition Fee – payable in US$:

  • ASEAN main programs: $945 (subsidized fee).
    PHC program: $525 (subsidized fee).
    (The total tuition fee for one student is US $2,800).
  • Tuition fee includes: uniform, accident and health insurance, lunch, study kit, all training materials, and site visits.

Diploma in Hospitality Management (DHM)

Target groups & Requirements:

  • École Paul Dubrule graduates.
  • Recipients of RPL Certificate III, ASEAN level 2.
  • Level of English: Professional working proficiency.
  • Successful completion of entry exam.

Program Information:

  • Duration: 10 months part-time, Monday-Friday, 15hrs/week.
  • Study Method: Interactive, bring your own laptop.
  • Study Material: e-books.
  • Award: École Paul Dubrule Diploma in Hospitality Management.

Tuition Fee – payable in US$:

  • DHM program: $1,575 (subsidized fee by the Fondation Paul Dubrule, Accor Group and École Hôtelière de Lausanne).
  • Tuition fee includes: e-books, all training materials, insurance, access to resource lab and library, drinks and snacks, parking.


For students who feel money is a constraint, please contact us about our scholarship opportunities. Every year we grant a number of full or partial scholarships, awarded on the basis of financial needs and the student’s motivation to study at École Paul Dubrule.

The École Paul Dubrule Scholarship Committee, consisting of representatives of the education and finance department, and one independent member, will screen all applications and recommend to the Board which prospective students meet the scholarship criteria.