Diploma in Hotel Management (NQF ‐Level4) Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management(NQF?Level5)

[Leading to Bachelor of Science (With Honors) International Hospitality and Tourism Management Final Year]

The school has one of the most experienced and reputable faculties for Management education in London, and on average all lecturers` possess over 10 years of industry work experience.


Student population

The school has students from over 150 countries around the world. Classes usually do not exceed 24 students with ages ranging from 18 years to 55years.


Lecture theatres and support

The school conducts regular business workshops and seminars to assist students with their examination techniques and assignment preparation.

All study centres offer a wide variety of communal facilities to students including cafes, study areas, library facilities and all study locations are centrally located and easily accessible via public transport.


Study platforms

The school firmly believes in the importance of integration of Business Management and Information Systems. They have therefore developed unique study platforms to all students. For example, all students have access to the following online study facilities:

Student Portal

  • Where students can download lecture notes, case studies, communicate with lecturers as well as personal tutors, conduct discussion boards and also access job vacancies.

Market Intelligence

  • Where students can access a wider range of electronic resources. Such as EBooks , Journals as well as order marketing research papers.

Online

  • Students who are studying as ?Distance Learning ?o r? Interactive learning? have access to online services.

Student services and support staff

Experienced academic and student support teams as well as administrative staffs are happy to assist with all your queries. The aim is to answer all student queries within 24hours.

In today`s challenging business world, employers require welltrained business professionals who can make a real difference in their organisation.

Tourism and Hospitality professionals are expected to take managerial positions not only in hotels, but in Tour operations, cruise companies, Holiday operators as well as restaurant chains.

If you are a School or College Leaver, then the Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management programmes are a challenging way of enhancing your CV, developing your education and furthering your career.

Who is this course for?

This programme is ideal for you if you are a school leaver and aiming to enter into the tourism and hospitality sector.

This programme is also suitable for experienced hospitality professions(with no school leaving qualifications), who have more than 2 years operational work experience.

Start dates:

The programme is delivered on modular basis and therefore there aremonthly intakes.

Study location:

CentralLondon

Study modes:

Fulltime

  • Students are required to attend classes on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • Average course length ? 12months for the Diploma stage and another 4months for the Advanced Diploma stage.

Certification and Awardingbody

The Diploma in Hotel Management as well as the Advanced Diploma Hotel 
Management qualifications are awarded by the Confederation of Tourism & 
Hospitality?CTH; 

Work Placements

Students can combine this study programme with a Work Placement/Internship between 12 to 24weeks.

Diploma & Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management


Course modules

In order to qualify for CTH`s Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management, students are required to complete sixteen modules as follows:


Diploma in Hotel Management total 10 units:

  • Food and Beverage Operations
  • Food Hygiene, Health and Safety
  • Front Office Operations
  • Facilities and Accommodation Operations
  • Hospitality Finance
  • Introduction to Business Operations
  • Marketing
  • The Tourism Industry
  • Business Computing
  • Understanding the Global Hospitality Industry

Advanced Diploma in Hotel Management Diploma plus 6 units:

  • Food and Beverage Management
  • Strategic Hospitality Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Research Report

Assessment methods:

Diploma level modules are assessed by closed book examinations. Each exam is expected to last up to 3 hours. Assessment dates are in January, June and September each year.

Advanced Diploma modules are assessed by a combination of closed books examination as well as a written assignment. Assessment dates are in January, June and September each year.

Career prospectus & further study


Further study opportunities

Students who have successfully completed all sixteen modules of the Hotel Management programme are eligible for direct entry to the final year of the BSc (Hons) International Hospitality and Tourism Management degree programmes at over 15 British Universities.




 

 


 

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