The Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed to meets the need of learners who wish to establish a firm grounding in the Tourism and Hospitality sector and gain progression opportunities.
This program focuses on the functional areas of Tourism and Hospitality Management within an organisation and how those disciplines integrate at the operational level. It aim to identify linking with the overall corporate strategy to achieve short, medium and long term objectives.
At the end of this programme, learners will be able to,
- Develop problem solving techniques and critical thinking skills in a business situation.
- Demonstrate an understanding of internal structure and external relationship for companies doing business at an international level.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the organisation and its management system.
- Examine the concept of entrepreneurship including behaviours, processes and skills relate to small business and enterprise.
- Manage budget and perform financial analysis to the organisations for effective decision making.
- Manage complex issues in the organisation to improve management practice.
- Perform environmental analysis for strategic marketing decision making to implement strategy.
- Develop managerial and leadership skills to manage team performance.
- Gain knowledge about the advanced economic literature and legal systems in which business operate.
- Understand strategic human resource techniques and tools to manage employees’ performance.
- Apply research methodologies for effective decision making.
- Develop an ability to analyse information and to identify research question and to apply advanced research techniques and tools to create new literature which is justifiable and measureable.
Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management Level-6. Learners need to complete all core units to a total of 120 credits to achieve the Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management
Unit-1: Tourism Concept and Practice (10 Credit)
Unit-2: Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism (10 Credits)
Unit-3: Front Office Management (10 Credits)
Unit-4: Economics for Tourism Destinations (15 Credits)
Unit-5: Human Resource Management (15 Credits)
Unit-6: Accounting for Hospitality Managers ( 15 Credits)
Unit-7: Orgnisational Context and Management (15 Credits)
Unit-8: Research Methods for Hospitality and Tourism Management (30 Credits)
Units are typically assessed by individual assessment.
Each unit is assessed through and assignment of 2500-3000 words in length to meet the assignment criteria detailed within each unit.
Learners must fulfil the following criteria to gain admission in programme:
Diploma in Level-4 with one year work Experience OR Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Level-5 Any equivalent qualification.
Hospitality and Tourism is one of largest industry in the world .The Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed to support future career in the Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure sector. It prepare learners for employment in wide range of orgnisations in hospitality , tourism and related industries such as culture, sport, event and leisure to work as senior event manager ,visitor attraction manager , service manager, marketing manager and hospitality or tourism consultants.