BACHELOR DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
The BA Degree is awarded at the end of three years of study. It is described as “Career-oriented programme”, meaning that it directly prepares students for professionals’ activities. Therefore, at the end of this programme, students who graduate can, depending on their personal ambitions, directly enter the world of work or can continue studying for a Masters.
This programme focuses on theoretical subjects (academic disciplines) and comprehension ability (hospitality operations and all related facilities). It provides knowledge of team working and decision-making. The programme offers a combination of operational skills and solid business management knowledge, in order to enhance students’ knowledge of general management and finance, vital for this professional career path.
MASTER DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
The MSc Degree is awarded after one year of study. This programme aims to consolidate knowledge acquired during undergraduate training and to increase knowledge about the numerous aspects of business management. The programme also offers students a range of specific skills leading to their selected specialisation, enabling them to adapt to current industry requirements.
This programme provides in-depth knowledge of research and critical analysis. Students will gain a firm practical understanding of the management trends that make a difference at an international level. Students learn the facets and techniques in the science of hospitality and tourism business management, focusing on objectives relating to a variety of subjects. They learn to integrate different specialisations and techniques in the broad framework of goal-oriented organisations and also apply management theory in their field of study.
The MSc Degree is an on-campus and customised programme that provides, through classes, workshops, self study and a variety of research projects.
SCOTTISH CREDIT AND QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK (SCQF)
SCQF is a way of comparing Scottish qualifications. It covers achievements such as those from school, college, university, and many work-based qualifications. It does not this by giving each qualification a level and a number of credit points. The level of a qualification shows how difficult the learning is. The credit points show how much learning is involved in achieving that qualification. Each credit point represents an average of 10 hours of learning.
1620 hours of study including a Basic Operational Internship of 3 months
1620 hours of study including an Advanced Operational Internship of 3 months
1620 hours of study including a Management Internship of 3 months
1800 hours of study with possibility for optional Advanced Management Internship between 3 to 12 months