Taking this flexible route to the International Hospitality Management (Hons) (part-time) International Hospitality Management (Hons) (part-time) from University of Derby is a smart move if you already work within the sector or cannot commit to a full-time degree programme. It not only leads to a well respected academic qualification but also enables you to apply your learning directly to your own working role.
Careers and employability
At a time when there are concerted efforts to ‘professionalise’ the hospitality sector further still, a degree-level qualification will stand you in good stead. With the BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management on your CV, you will be able to present yourself as a versatile, confident and forward-looking professional ready to drive the future of the industry.
You will be ideally placed to progress in your role at work, securing promotions and taking on additional responsibilities. The knowledge you gain on the course could also help your organisation to improve its operations and the customer experience, to promote itself more effectively or to broaden the services it offers.
Our graduates are now succeeding in management roles in settings such as international hotel chains, five-star luxury resorts, consultancy firms and the retail industry.
Some have drawn on the entrepreneurial skills they gained during their studies to launch their own hospitality enterprises, including a gastropub and craft brewery, an off-site catering venture and a celebration cake making business. Others have gone on to develop teaching careers focussed on hospitality and food related subjects in the UK and overseas
You can apply until:
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up to six years
To complete the BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management, you will study modules such as:
Stage one (years one and two)
Stage two (years three and four)
Stage three (years five and six)
You need the following IELTS score:
Minimum required score:
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