The aim of the Masters (MSc) International Hotel and Tourism Management is to include a knowledge of skills in, and aptitude for, international hotel and tourism management. The course enables you to acquire an understanding of the policy, strategy and leadership aspects of international hotel and tourism industry. It is designed to provide a coherent academic tool for students who will explore the aggregate environment in which international hotel and tourism operates. The strong applied dimension to this programme will equip graduates with the knowledge to further enhance their career aspirations within the hotel and tourism industry.
Applicants must normally have gained at least a lower second class honours degree in a relevant hotel, tourism or hospitality management related area from a recognised institution, or an equivalent professional qualification. Exceptionally, applicants who do not satisfy the above requirements may be admitted at the discretion of the course committee. An interview may form part of the selection process.
Duration and Mode of Attendance
- Offered on both a full-time and part-time mode
- Three semesters full-time or six semesters part-time
- Tourism Policy and Development
- Research Methods and ICT
- Marketing Management & Entrepreneurship
- The Business of Hotels
- Business Improvement & Strategy
- Leadership in the Hotel & Tourism Sectors
- International Tourism Management
- Tourism for Economic Development
- International Tourism & Transportation
- Environments, Heritage & Culture
- Tourism in Emerging Economies