degree in hospitality management meets the education requirements for many hospitality jobs, including lodging manager and food service manager. Students take courses on topics like hospitality sales, service excellence in the hospitality industry, and hospitality cost control.
Hospitality majors often complete an internship to gain professional experience. Some programs offer concentrations in areas like human resources management and hotel management; these options allow students to further customize their degree to match their career goals.
In addition to hospitality courses, hospitality programs include general education courses on topics like communication, English, and math. These courses strengthen critical thinking and communication skills.
Admission to the program requires at least a high school degree from an appropriately accredited school.
The following documents are required to complete the application process:
Two letters of recommendation (optional but preferred).
Knowledge of the English language:
If the student is unable to present a certificate of language proficiency, he or she may attend a pre-determined prerequisite language program prior to the start of the program.
After receiving all the necessary documents, the student will be evaluated and notified immediately after the decision is made, then submit:
Copy of the student's ID card;
Payment of registration fee.
Basics of Marketing and Branding
Human resource management
Management and operations
Operations and project management
Motivation and the role of the Manager
Organizational Culture and Leadership
- Hotel, tourist residences, or hotel complexes manager
- Head of international sales, consultant in specialized firms in the tourist accommodation sector
- Hotel operations director, revenue manager for tourist accommodation
- Reception Manager
- Responsible e-commerce in the hotel industry
Tuition and related ancillary fees for this program can be viewed by using the Tuition and Fees Estimator tool at fee section.
Fees are subject to change.
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You have done the hard work. So what’s next? Once you have submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email from us to acknowledge your application.
Once we have all the necessary information regarding your application, we will make a final decision. If you are offered a place, the offer may be ‘conditional’ or ‘unconditional’. If you have been accepted onto the programme, you will then receive your joining instructions and more information about starting your studies.
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