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International hospitality is challenging, dynamic and expanding rapidly. It also offers a wide range of exciting employment opportunities.
On this course, you will choose the pathway that best suits you – one that is tailored to suit your previous qualifications and experience.
If you are new to the industry and your qualifications are not related to hospitality or tourism, then you will take this pathway. This course will teach you about managing the operational aspects of the industry and incorporated the study of related tourism and events environments.
If you have an undergraduate degree in hospitality or tourism management and you wish to continue your studies then this will be your pathway. In addition to operational management, you will
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Academic: You will require a relevant undergraduate degree (or equivalent) from a recognised institution (if your degree is not related to Hospitality with Tourism Management, please contact [email protected]).
Work-based: We also consider applicants who are currently in work and wish to apply to UCB. To apply, you must have 5 years of relevant managerial work experience, demonstrating in depth knowledge of the sector of interest. A reference detailing your roles and responsibilities from your line manager and a meeting with the programme team will usually be scheduled prior to a place being offered.
For further information contact [email protected].
UK & EU Student: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
International Student: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
With dreams of running his own restaurant one day, Abraham chose UCB as “one of the best universities in Europe” for training for a career in the hospitality industry.
“I chose this course because I enjoy working in the hospitality industry and serving people, and UCB has outstanding facilities and a personal touch to courses,” he said.
“One of the best parts of the course is the learning trips you get to take part in to support the programme, which are all included in your fees.”
Currently working with Staycity Aparthotels in the heart of Birmingham, Abraham’s mission is to advance up the career ladder and be the best in his field by five years’ time.
“My advice to new students would be to focus on your course and make yourself accessible to all the extra services that are offered to students at USB,” he said. “For example, language courses are offered for free at the University, a great added benefit.
“I would also advise students to choose UCB for its invaluable CV research department, helping students put together their CVs in a way that will attract employers looking to hire or recruit. @HIRED also helps students to get work, which is extremely useful.”
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