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MA Hospitality Management

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  • Objectives
    Specifically designed to ensure that you emerge with the knowledge, management and interpersonal skills to make you highly employable in this dynamic industry.
  • Academic Title
    MA Hospitality Management
  • Course description

    - Specifically designed to ensure that you emerge with the knowledge, management and interpersonal skills to make you highly employable in this dynamic industry
    - Delivered by experienced staff, the course aims to mould capable, creative and strategic thinkers - future leaders of the hospitality industry
    - The inter-disciplinary nature of the MA, drawing on academic knowledge and developments across a wide range of areas, provides an in-depth knowledge of leisure and hospitality practices and services, an understanding of the total hospitality experience and a practical awareness of the nature of contemporary hospitality and licensed retail operations
    - This knowledge is combined with a thorough grounding in management, marketing, human resource management, business information systems and financial principles – you will also take away highly-developed personal, transferable skills
    - Our postgraduates are sought after for their industry-specific knowledge and expertise - the University is the first in the UK to be awarded the HCIMA Corpus of Management Excellence

    Future prospects

    - The course is designed to ensure graduates will be highly employable in this dynamic industry
    - Successful students will find a variety of career options open to them both nationally and internationally
    - The hospitality industry offers graduates some of the best management opportunities - there are so many prospects in this diverse sector it is possible to find yourself gaining high levels of responsibility and managerial positions as early as your mid twenties
    - Senior management opportunities exist for graduates in hotels, restaurants, conferences and events, contract catering, entertainment, leisure and theme parks, fast food outlets, health and fitness facilities, industrial catering, pubs and bars

    Entry requirements

    - You should have a good Honours degree or equivalent in a related subject. Substantial professional experience can substitute for graduate status
    - Graduates from other disciplines may still be eligible for entry but should be able to demonstrate employment experience within the hospitality industry
    - You should have a good standard of written and spoken English (IELTS 6.0 or equivalent)
    - If you are currently employed we request a statement of support from your employer

    Typical modules may include:

    - Contemporary Gastronomy
    - Cultural Issues
    - Hospitality Dissertation
    - Hospitality Entrepreneurship
    - Hospitality Industry in the 21st Century
    - Management of Change
    - Research Methods
    - Strategic Management
    - Professional Internship

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