The Indian School of Hospitality (ISH), Delhi, NCR, has announced special new measures to adjust fees on a per applicant basis, increase the amount of scholarships offered as well as a new student support agreement which provides loans at zero interest to help families with the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Announcing this new financial initiative, Kunal Vasudeva, Chief Operating Officer, commented, “Our education has always been for the exceptional and deserving. In light of the recent pandemic, we understand the hardships families across the country are going through, and we want them to know that our education remains accessible to all passionate and meritorious students who wish to study with us. We will be taking every applicant’s circumstances into consideration and offering a portfolio of scholarships, interest free loans or fee adjustments.The new Student Support Program is a duty-of-care initiative taken under our industry funded 'Flourish Foundation'. It is a 'Fee Deferment' plan which is being extended to parents at zero interest cost, payable only after the student starts earning.At ISH, it’s always been about accepting the talented and driven – and we pride ourselves on empowering those who deserve globally bench marked education.”.
ISH is currently offering Bachelor’sDegree programs in Hospitality Management & inCulinary Arts as part of their certification with EHL, with the option to complete the final two years of the program in Switzerland itself.
For culinary aspirants, applicants have Diploma programs in Culinary Arts as well as Pastry &Bakery with inbuilt studies and internships in Singapore. Most recently, the college has launched a new 11 month employment focused Postgraduate Program in Service Operations Management, tailormade for recent and working graduates from any discipline looking to reinvent their careers and join the services sector. This full time program starts in August 2020.