The Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management at Universidad Europea de Madrid is a study program that introduces and prepares students for careers in hotel, tourism and restaurant industries, respectively. Students in this program learn the skills necessary to manage employees and customers in commercial business settings. Some of the studies in the program include hotel marketing, touristic marketing, reception and event management, and human resources. This program is specifically for students with an interest in producing shows and staged events. Career projections include sales manager, event coordinator, and reception manager.
The Bachelor in Business Administration in International Hotel Management prepares students to enter the world of hospitality. It combines excellent academic theory, with real-world practice while on internships, to create a fully rounded experience. With a variety of courses on offer, you can expand your knowledge in areas such as business management, languages and other elective subjects. This degree will prepare you to enter the hospitality industry with confidence and enthusiasm. In your final two semesters, 6 and 7, you can specialize to develop strategic and management skills relevant to your chosen industry, or to create solid foundations for further graduate studies. Students can choose the BBA in International Hotel Management pathway which suits their career objectives and areas of interest including Hospitality Entrepreneurship, Resorts Management, Digital Marketing Strategies and Hotel Financial Performance.
This program provides professionals with the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the hotel management industry fundamentals and grow their expertise in concepts important to the future of the industry. The program has the flexibility to allow students to study and continue their professional work at the same time. Upon finishing students will have acquired universal business skills as well leadership, resource management and decision making skills. The course combines on campus classes with distance learning support and 6 months industry experience.
The postgraduate in International Hospitality Management is designed for people who already have a university degree or diploma wishing to fast track their career into the exciting international hospitality industry. The objective of the Postgraduate Diploma Program is to acquire and practice the knowledge and managerial skills necessary to successfully enter the hospitality and tourism industry. Employers particularly appreciate the varied backgrounds of postgraduate students because they bring experience, culture and diversity to an industry that thrives on creativity and professionalism.
With the Hotel Management Diploma students will be able to access practical hospitality courses including reception, restaurant operations, room division and basic hotel management theory. The Hotel Management diploma is designed to give graduates access to entry-level positions in the hospitality industry. The program included the foundation years of the BBA in International Management Degree.
Bircham University’s Hotel Management program looks at the fundamentals of hotel management whilst highlighting the current trends in the field. The program allows students to make decisions based on know-how rather than dated practices. Starting with an explanation of administrative theory and the role of the general manager, this program offers a complete coverage of different hotel departments and activities. It includes case studies that link theory with application.
Subjects covered on this course include: Convention Management, Food Production & Services, Front Office Procedures, Housekeeping & Facilities Management, Hotel Security Management, Customer Relations Management, Catering & Banquet Operations, Hotel Food & Beverage Service, Employees Supervision, Lodging & Hotel Operations, Hospitality Sales & Marketing and Hotel Management.
The Hotel Management module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.