Awarded by: University of Derby
As the international hospitality industry draws upon a variety of vocational, analytical and management skills, it is essential that the subject develops a balance between these various skills. You are expected to develop critical analytic skills and formulate strategies that make the best use of available resources. You will develop transferable skills through a variety of real world learning activities and module assessments. You will be taught using demonstrations, lectures and tutorial, developing skills such as brand awareness, recognition and understanding your market.
This course offers you:
The programme aims to produce graduates with:
Abilities to evaluate and apply vocationally relevant concepts associated with the operational and strategic management of financial, human and physical resources within an international hospitality management context. Understandings of and ability to apply concepts associated with the allocation of available resources within a global hospitality business. A range of intellectual, analytical and managerial skills and knowledge appropriate for obtaining positions in the contemporary service sector. The transferable skills that will empower them to pursue other career options and to adapt to changing patterns of employment.
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