Since September 2019, BBI Luxembourg is a member of the Institute of Hospitality (IoH) based in Surrey, United Kingdom.
Established in 1938, the Institute of Hospitality is the professional body for managers and aspiring managers working and studying in the hospitality, leisure and tourism industry. Their members are working in every sector of the industry and in over 100 countries around the world. Its primary purpose is to promote professionalism through lifelong learning. This is achieved through engagement with hospitality educators around the world, through the knowledge library resources and through a programme of professional development events. IoH aims to support all our members at every stage of their career and help them reach their full potential. Every part of our broad industry is supported: managers, students, educators and suppliers. Resources include publications, management guides and research, covering both our industry and other management disciplines.
Membership of the Institute of Hospitality provides access to a wide range of benefits, promotes networking with industry contacts and helps members develop professionally to achieve their full potential.
BBI Luxembourg, through its membership, provides free, individual access to each student, exposing them to a variety of online library resources and development opportunities.
The online library databases consist mainly of:
Business Source is EBSCO’s most comprehensive collection of premium business journals and magazines from the top publishers from around the world including Harvard Business Press, SAGE, Wiley, Taylor & Francis and Routledge to name a few. Users gain direct access to over 5000 titles in full text as well as immediate access to thousands of indexed articles, white papers, conference proceeding, company information, trade publications, consumer publications, country reports, and much more.
Hospitality & Tourism Complete is a trusted and unique resource for information covering all areas of hospitality and tourism from top publishers around the world. In addition to full-text journals, it provides magazines, company and country reports, books and newspapers. The database covers all areas of Hospitality & Tourism including Development and investment, Hotel management and administrative practice, Food and beverage management, Hospitality law and Market Trends as well as many other subjects.
e-Books – an extensive list of +500 e-books