CTH Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism

CTH Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism
Starts from:Sun, May 1, 2016 9:00AM - 4:00PM
Location

11 Selsdon Way, City Harbour, London E14 9GL,London,United Kingdom

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Programme Features
Course Description

This university endorsed international qualification is appropriate for both hospitality and tourism graduates and experienced hospitality and tourism managers without a first degree.
It also provides an effective route for graduates in other fields who wish to make a career change into the growing hospitality and tourism sectors.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Minimum degree graded “third” or above; or a minimum of five years work experience at supervisory or managerial level for non-graduates from the hospitality and tourism industries.

This course is open to UK and EU students only

PROGRAMME CONTENT

  • Hospitality & Tourism Marketing Strategies
  • Management & Leadership Across Cultures
  • Hospitality & Tourism Strategic Planning

 

Plus ONE of the following options:

  • Managing Hospitality & Tourism Projects Research
  • Methods for Hospitality & Tourism Managers
Develop an understanding of the interrelationship between the hospitality and tourism sectors and explore strategic issues in business development, rather than operational level issues. Candidates have an opportunity to gain credit towards either an MA or an MSc degree. They also have the opportunity to develop higher level academic skills that can be applied in a vocational context.
A professional qualification to secure employment at senior level for supervisory or management roles, also enables Masters Pathway Progression opportunities to graduates for top-up options with CTH partner universities – BPP University, Edge Hill University, University of Sunderland
Assessment involves investigative assignments, presentations and research activities. The assessment of candidates’ work is carried out at DAL against the specified learning outcomes and CTH carries out external marking and moderation of assessments