If you want to combine your love of travel and tourism with ensuring guests receive a memorable experience, Solent’s international hospitality management top-up degree will help you realise your ambitions in this fast-growing sector.
Solent’s international hospitality management top-up degree is designed for students who have completed a foundation degree, HND or equivalent international qualification in hospitality, tourism or management. Completion of this course will allow you to top-up your existing qualifications to a career enhancing BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management degree.
The course combines practical, industry-focused content with management training. You’ll study global trends and analyse management strategies, whilst learning techniques to help develop your research and critical thinking. You’ll also hone your communication and pitching skills, to develop a broad knowledge to enable you to develop a career in this dynamic sector.
There is often a good mix of international students on this course, providing you with the perfect opportunity to enhance your intercultural awareness and develop your interpersonal skills, sharing experiences from around the world.
Think a career in hospitality management is for you? By helping you build on your existing knowledge of the tourism industry, Solent’s well-balanced and exciting international hospitality management top-up degree could be your springboard into an exciting career in this growing industry.
What does this course lead to?
This top-up will equip you with the key skills and confidence to enter the field of international travel, tourism or hospitality and apply your talent to managerial positions.
Students may find themselves working with cruise operators, travel agencies, or as an in-house hospitality specialist.
Who is this course for?
This course is ideal for those who already have a foundation degree, HND or equivalent qualification in tourism-related subjects, who wish to advance their career in hospitality management within the international tourism industry.