With this Hospitality Business Management (Hons) course from Leeds Beckett University you will develop your project management skills devising, developing and successfully implementing an array of hospitality events guided by industry.
Our philosophy is to inspire future hospitality leaders, like you, to transform practice, think critically and have the confidence to implement your innovative ideas. Our team are passionate about hospitality, and they will provide you with the knowledge and skills to make effective business decisions. There will also be opportunities to put theory into practice and see hospitality in action, with visits to local industry and the chance to work on live projects.
These may include devising social media communication plans for restaurateurs, designing and developing an exceptional guest welcome or creating a strategy for hoteliers and bars based on data and market insights on the latest trends in the sector– this year that included: catering to millennials, an increased emphasis on health and wellbeing, sustainability and a need for seamless technology.
You will have the skills to take advantage of a host of job opportunities at all levels across a variety of sectors, including graduate programmes with national and international organisations. You will have the transferable skills needed to enter the service industry, or you could use your knowledge and confidence to start your own business.
You can apply until:
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
Sandwich option: 4 Years
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