Derby University offers two International Hospitality Management courses: a Bachelors Degree and a Masters Degree. Both of these programmes are aimed for students who are interested in developing their skills for a successful career in the hospitality industry.
1. You will be able to meet and be mentored by industry representatives, who regularly collaborate with Derby University.
2. You will have access to Institute of Hospitality’s Educational Membership Scheme, giving you great opportunities to network and make new contacts in the industry. Learn more about these contacts in the Free Online Event that is taking place on November 26th.
3. You will study with other students from all around the world including: Bulgaria, India, Russia, Greece and South Korea, which will help you to develop global practice skills which is a critical business management skill, especially this industry.
4. You will learn and practices all your skills through a variety of learning and teaching methods such as, formal lectures, practical demonstrations, seminars, small group exercises, case study discussions, videos, guest speakers and professional visits
5. The full time Hospitality masters programme has a period of work placement in the UK or abroad and the Bachelors programs has a one year optional industry placement.
6. If you decide on doing the bachelors programme come students will have the posibility of having a paid 48 week industrial (national or international) placement and gain a Diploma in Professional Practice.
7. You will be working with tutors with a high level of industry experience within different areas and they will you all through out the course and the work placement.
8. After studying the bachelor or master programme in hospitality management you will have the required skills to start your own hospitality business or even have access to senior management positions in 4 and 5 star international hotel chains.
9. You will have studied in the subject area ranked 5th in the The Guardian University Guide 2014 (http://www.theguardian.com/education/table/2013/jun/04/university-guide-tourism-transport-travel)
10. If you decide to do the Bachelors programme, you will have the opportunity to continue studying and gain a masters degree. If you decide on studying the masters programme, you have the option of doing in part time or full time.
For more information about all the benefits of studying Hotel Management at Derby University register to the Free Online Open Day.