Admission | American Hotel Academy

Start Dates 2016 Application Deadline
April 6th March 29th
July  6th June 30th
September 7th August 23rd

Application process for international candidates:

Step 1: Enrollment
Each candidate should submit the following documents to :

Application Form (download here)
✓ High school diploma – legalized (notarized) copy
✓ High school & all previous colleges/universities attended transcripts
✓ Certificates from any corporate education training programs or professional development
✓ Language certificate* – scanned copy
✓ Resume in English
✓ Medical Certificate (vaccinations for measles, mumps, and rubella)
✓ 3 photos (passport size)
✓ Passport – scanned copy
✓ Medical Insurance Coverage
✓ Financial Statement or Affidavit of Support for all expenses (tuition and accommodation).
✓ Registration fee receipt – $100.

*Certificates and minimum scores accepted for enrollment in the program:
IELTS (6.5 Academic)
Cambridge (Advanced Grade B)

Step 2: Admission Interview
It can be held via Skype (video call), based on appointment, every day from Monday to Friday. Appointments can be made by email to
The interview is intended to assess the personality and the potential of candidates to build a successful career in the hospitality industry.

Step 3: Admission decision
a. The admission decision is received by e-mail in 2-3 week days following the interview.
b. Letter of Acceptance. Successful candidates will receive an official letter of acceptance stating they are admitted in the program, along with all required visa documents.
c. Visa Application Guide. Successful candidates will receive a guide with useful information regarding obtaining their American visa.
d. Confirmation of Acceptance. Successful candidates will confirm their attendance by signing the tuition agreement.

Step 4: Visa Application & Arrival in USA
Once you have been accepted in the program, you can apply for the visa . One of our staff member will offer help and guidance with your visa application as well as regarding immigration issues throughout your stay in the US.