Masters degrees in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation, Sport & Tourism develop professional training and management expertise related to the Sport and Leisure industries.
Courses in these subject areas include MBAs specialising in entertainment, hospitality or sports management as well as taught and research courses focussing on the impacts of recreational activities and the development of sustainable tourism.
As you’d expect, the advanced training these courses provide can feed into a range of career paths in relevant industries and professions.
A Masters in Hospitality can lead to work for a large international hotel chain, or provide you with the confidence and experience necessary to set up your own business. Alternatively, such a course could equip you for a more specialised role organising events from corporate conferences to weddings.
A Masters in Leisure and Tourism could be the basis of a career working one the management of resorts and destinations around the world, or in more specialised pathways such as festival management and entertainment event planning.
Masters degrees in Sport and Recreation can lead to work in coaching or sports management – on behalf of organisations ranging from secondary schools to national sporting teams and associations.
Approximately 53% of people with a Masters in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation, Sport & Tourism are known to be in full-time employment six months after graduation, whilst 12% are in further study. The remainder are involved in part-time employment, voluntary activities or other pursuits.
Popular careers with a Masters in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation, Sport & Tourism include:
Popular specialisms for Masters Degrees in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation, Sport & Tourism include: