All the details of Irene Urdangarin’s exclusive Swiss university: 85,000 euros to be a hotel manager

International Hospitality Management Sciences It is the university career for which you have opted Irene Urdangarin (18) after completing his baccalaureate studies at the International School of Geneva, also known as Ecolint.

the daughter of the infanta christina e Iñaki Urdangarin will study from September 20 at the Hotelschool of Lausanne (EHL Hospitality Business School), an exclusive teaching center, with 125 years of history, considered one of the best in the world in the hospitality sector.

The degree lasts four years and in total costs 84,950 eurosas stated Week. The magazine also reveals that, although the university is equipped with comfortable rooms for its students to reside full time, Irene will spend the day there, but will go to sleep at her mother’s house, which is about 50 minutes away in car.

luxury services

The university campus is 80,000 square meters and offers 850 places. Students can sign up for meditation and stress management workshops, yoga, or mental health counseling. The school psychologists offer emotional support “24 hours a day”, according to the center on its website. In addition, the campus has a swimming pool and gym for your spare time.

Irene, summer intern

One of the enrollment requirements that students at the École hôtelière de Lausanne must meet is having previous experience in the sector. For this reason, the granddaughter of Don Juan Carlos was an intern at the reception of a Swiss hotel for two weeks this summer, as told The confidential.

The new life of the Urdangarin

While Cristina and Iñaki decide to sign your divorcetheir children seek their way. Juan (23) just signed for Alejandro Agag’s event agency in Sardinia, where he works in the organization of the Formula E Island Prix. Pablo (22) He now defends the Granollers handball shirt, after passing through Barcelona, ​​where he signed a brilliant career, between the B subsidiary and the first team. A real pride for his father, a former Barça handball player. Miguel (21), for his part, is one of the most unknown members of the Bourbons. It is known that he went to England to study Marine Biology at the University of Southampton.