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Bacchus Society

The Oxford School of Hospitality Management

Bacchus Society

Established in 1997, the Bacchus Society, formerly the Bacchus Alumni Association is a worldwide network of students, graduates, friends and associates of The Oxford School of Hospitality Management.

As a community of professionals it exists to support the aims of the School and to promote its reputation; to initiate mutually beneficial links between members; and to assist current students who aspire to management and leadership careers in international hospitality and tourism.

It is with the support of the association that the Bacchus Mentoring Programme has become such a roaring success. The first of its kind in the UK, it links senior figures in industry (many of them alumni) with final year undergraduates, giving them new insights and opportunities. This kind of practical support is not only of value to students, but has also proved to be rewarding to alumni.

As you may have guessed from our logo - a red wine stain - not all of our activities are conducted with great solemnity. We believe that successful hospitality is built on positive relationships, which are often forged at social occasions. It is with this in mind that we host and participate in many events, often with current students.

We would love you to become more involved. For  the latest Bacchus events and updates, visit the Bacchus Society website, or join the Bacchus Facebook Group.

Ben McEwen '08 - President

Bacchus Alumni Association

2014 Acorn Winner