ADMISSION ALERT: Indian School of Hospitality invites applications for Summer Experience Programme Package

New Delhi: The Indian School of Hospitality announces admissions for their Summer Experience Programme. This unique programme offers a glimpse into life of an ISH student and provides the opportunity to get an insider’s guide into the exciting world of hospitality and culinary arts.

The programme will offer exclusive workshops conducted by industry experts and experienced chefs during the day while the evenings would see a lot of fun social activities that will help one get familiar with their batchmates. Additional benefits will comprise of welcome lunch, shuttle to and from the campus to their respective hotel accommodations.

Students will be connected with successful industry experts including celebrity chefs, bespoke artisans and other professionals who have made an impact on these industries along with some unforgettable experiences, incredible friendships, and a passion to pursue their ambitions within the world of hospitality and culinary arts with ISH.



• Age groups between 13-18 years

• Good command over English language

• Outgoing nature with a curiosity to explore future opportunities

• Urge to learn and create lasting memories

Duration: 5 days

● Batch 1 – 13th to 17th April 2021

● Batch 2 – 15th to 19th June 2021

Admission Fee: INR 50,000 + Taxes

How to apply: Visit

About the Indian School of Hospitality

Indian School of Hospitality (ISH) is an institution of higher education focused on reimagining hospitality education for today’s generation & tomorrow’s businesses. ISH is a member of the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne Network of Certified Schools, the world’s oldest & top ranked hospitality school. ISH is also the only Indian institute to hold an academic collaboration with Asia’s leaders in culinary arts, At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, Singapore. Located in Gurgaon, ISH offers degree as well as diploma and certificate programmes in hospitality, culinary arts and service operations at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.


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