This curriculum enables students to grasp the importance and complexity of the hospitality
industry, as well as its direct and indirect impacts on a country’s economy. This will allow
students to build, organize and manage products and services related to tourism. This
program’s managerial approach is geared towards decision, prevision, planning and executing
business plans in the tourism and hospitality industry, nowadays a booming market.
|Year 1||Year 2|
|French Language||Event Management|
|Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management||Strategies for Excellence in Guest Service Management|
|Managing in Service-based Industries||Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Marketing|
|Strategy and Leadership in Tourism & Hospitality||Project Management|
|Operations Management||Business Communication|
|Food & Beverages||Innovation Management|
|Principles of Management||Corporate Governance|
|Strategic Management||Leardership Development|
|Cross Cultural Management||Brand Management|
|Corporate Finance||Change Management|
|Brand Management||Thesis, Memoire|
|Total Credits||120 ECTS|
Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent
English Language Requirement
All applicants to the University (from overseas) are required to show evidence of a
minimum English language level in order to be accepted on to our courses.
This level is often referred to as the ‘B2 level’.
Most of our courses require a minimum English level of IELTS 6.0 (Academic) or
equivalent, with no band score under 5.5.
We accept a wide range of alternative English language examinations and tests so
please check the list of other accepted tests.
- IELTS Indicator
- Language Cert
- Oxford English Language Test
In the absence of any english proficiency certificate, the level of english will be assessed during the credibility interview.
Career and Opportunities
- Hotel Manager
- Travel & Tourism Advisor
- Heritage Interpreter
- Food & Beverage Manager
- Restaurant Manager
- Special Events Coordinator
- Retail Supervisor
- Accomodation Service Manager
- Public Recreation Services