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Bachelor / Year I and Year II

  /  Bachelor / Year I and Year II
Program Overview
Year I and Year II
Year III
Who is this program for?
To graduate with the Diploma – Hotel Director, students are required to complete the following requirements:
• Obtain the maximum number of credits by receiving passing grades for all courses.
• Complete one industry placement of at least 700 hours / 4 months.
• Pass the final exam with the external commission of examiners.

Part 1: Fundamentals of Hospitality

The first part of the Diploma program is focused on studying the fundamentals of the hospitality industry, acquiring practical experience and understanding the global hospitality industry at introductory level. At the end of the first part of the program, students will be able to perform the basic tasks of the operational hotel departments, analyse and solve specific customer interaction situations. A significant amount of time is allocated for practice sessions in the school’s laboratories, complemented by the work experience students gain during the mandatory (international) internship.

Part 2: Operations Management

The second part of the Diploma program is focused on operational management, as well as on general management issues. At the end of the second part, the students will be able to assess a managerial situation, to analyse it and provide viable solutions. Also, they will be able to identify their career goals and create a professional development plan.

Year 1

Semester 1

Business Management

Food Sanitation & Safety

Business Communication

Front Office Operations Management

Food & Beverage Service

Hospitality Today

Spanish 1

Extra English

Semester 2

Gastronomy & Culinary Arts

Academic Writing

Rooms Division Management

Food & Beverage Management

Hospitality Mathematics

Spanish 2

Extra English

Year 2

Semester 3

Research Methods

Hospitality Facilities Management & Design

Hospitality Human Resources Management

Business Law

Customer Acquisition (Concentration 1)

Events Planning (Concentration 2)

ESL High Intermediate

Spanish 3

Semester 4

Leadership & Management in the Hospitality Industry

Hospitality Financial Management

Strategic Management

Digital Marketing (Concentration 1)

Project Management for Events (Concentration 2)

ESL Advanced

Spanish 4

On successful completion of the courses above, together with proof of English proficiency and the examination for the Hotel Director Diploma, a student qualifies to enter the Degree top-up year, accredited by Manchester Metropolitan University