Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Hospitality Ranked One of World’s Best
Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Hospitality Ranked #1 in California and one of the World’s Best
Pomona, CA – The Cal Poly Pomona Collins College of Hospitality Management was ranked among the “Best Hospitality and Hotel Management Schools in the World for 2019” by CEO World Magazine. Collins was No. 19 on the world list, moving up from No. 32.
The Collins College, 55,000 square-feet of state-of-the-art facilities, is known for advancing the field of hospitality management through its collaborative learn-by-doing approach to education. Undergraduate students choose a degree emphasis in food and beverage, lodging or events.
The curriculum provides a strong emphasis on real-world experience in learning how to run profitable hospitality enterprises, and opportunities for work experience and internships in the hospitality industry. Graduates are prepared for careers in restaurant management, hotel/resort management, club management, culinary product development, tourism management, and special events/meeting planning.
CEO World based their ranking on measures of the quality of education, job placements of graduates, recruiter response, and employer feedback from detailed survey data collected directly from 110,000 individuals.
Founded in 1973, The Collins College of Hospitality Management at Cal Poly Pomona thrives from a tradition of excellence and is consistently ranked among the premier hospitality colleges in the world. It is dedicated to advancing the field of hospitality management through its collaborative learn-by-doing approach to education, its profound appreciation of the diversity of backgrounds, ideas and cultures, and its active engagement in strategically integrating scholarship, service and applied learning.
Approximately 1,350 diverse undergraduate and graduate students receive a superior education in 55,000 square feet of state-of-the-art facilities, where they learn to apply hospitality management theories and concepts to research and real-world settings.