Hospitality and Tourism Management

Hospitality and Tourism Management Masters courses – funding available

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Hospitality and Tourism Management Masters courses; within our school all of our courses offer a range of highly relevant areas of study to help with your career progression within your chosen industry.

In addition, you can tailor your course to suit your career aspirations by choosing
engaging optional modules and creating a thought-provoking dissertation.

Each year we host an employability masterclass, drawing on the experiences of professionals within the hospitality, events, travel and tourism industries. Last year presentations and workshops were given by:

Huge Felton (Senior Sustainable Tourism Executive, ABTA)

Jenny McGee (Enterprise Director, Visit England)

Thea Rogers (Head of Operations, Edwin Doran Sports Tours, TUI Group)

Claire Saunders (Managing Director, New Events Ltd).

Hospitality and Tourism Management Masters courses;

Air Transport Management MSc

International Events Management MSc

International Hotel Management MSc

International Tourism Management MSc

Strategic Hotel Management MSc

International Hospitality Management with Digital Innovation MSc

Scholarships and Bursaries

We ensure that we provide financial support to masters students who might need it by offering both merit-based and means-tested bursaries and scholarships.

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Funding Information

Funding applies to:
UK, EU and International students. APPLY HERE

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Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management Co-op

This one-year Co-op diploma will provide a springboard for a career in the dynamic world of hospitality and tourism. Cultivate professional hotel competencies such as effective communication skills and exceptional customer service, leadership, and teamwork skills to deliver first-class service.

Learning without borders means you’ll put principles and procedures into practice for a range of hospitality functions, including front desk operations, and food and beverage production.

Program Outcomes

  • Develop professional hotel competencies such as effective communication skills, good customer service skills, leadership, and teamwork to ensure you provide a first-class service
  • Gain supervised practical work experience directly related to your academic and career goals
  • Become immediately effective within the hospitality and tourism industry by gaining an understanding of the principles and procedures of a range of hospitality functions, including front desk operations, housekeeping and food and beverage production
  • Strengthen your resume with Canadian work experience
  • Co-op placement* or Capstone



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