Top-upInternational Hospitality Management
|Type||Final year and top-up, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1,5 years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
In order to enter the BA top-up you need to have an AP Degree in Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Marketing Management or an equivalent short cycle programme.
TESA is accepted with an overall score of C1
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
As a Bachelor of International Hospitality Management you will be qualified to work with hotel, tourism, and experience management.
The programme is designed to equip you with knowledge and skills that will enable you to work as e.g. manager, administrator, project manager, or perform other functions in the multi-faceted hospitality industry.
You will be able to independently analyse, evaluate and review business issues and scenarios, and to perform different complex tasks related to general operation, development and planning, administration and management in hospitality enterprises.
International Hospitality Management is a three-semester professional bachelor programme which is a top-up of the Service, Hospitality and Tourism Management and Marketing Management programmes or other similar programmes.
The programme is compriced of a variety of teaching and learning methods, i.e. lecturing, classroom teaching, guest lecturing, practical classes, presentations (including student presentations), case studies, seminars (workshops), and project work, as well as work placement in relevant organisations or companies.
The programme contains the following subjects:
Economics (15 ECTS)
Management (10 ECTS)
Theory of Science (5 ECTS)
Cultural awareness & Customer relations (10 ECTS)
Elective module (5 ECTS)
Strategy (15 ECTS)
Work placement (15 ECTS)
Final thesis and final bachelor examination (15 ECTS)
The work placement period takes place in the third semester. Work placement is a full-time equivalent of a job performed in a business setting, with a workload of 30 hours per week, excluding writing a work placement report and a work placement learning journal. Scheduling the work placement in the final semester allows the student to acquire professional competence and apply theory and methodology in a real-life business setting and also to assess and reflect on the practical issues that are relevant to the bachelor project and final bachelor examination.
There are various types of jobs:
Hotel, restaurant or bar manager
Conference consultant or manager
Manager of customer relations
Tour or activity manager
Product or production manager