The Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed to provide in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of international tourism and hospitality management. It provides a rich collaborative learning experience where learners can exchange views with other participants, interact with research active tutors and are challenged to become reflective practitioners.
The aim of Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is to offer learners that hold degree in a different field the opportunity to acquire and practice the knowledge and managerial skills necessary to successfully enter the hospitality and tourism industry. Employers particularly appreciate the varied backgrounds of post graduate students because they bring experience, culture and diversity to an industry that thrives on creativity and professionalism.
The Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management also provides its learners with realistic and appropriate career related guidance for early 21 st Century employment markets. Moreover, the Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management creates an opportunity for learners to complete their Master’s Degree (i.e.MBA/MSc degree from a UK recognised university)
By the end of the qualification, learners will be able to:
- Critically analyse an industry and a specific firm within an industry.
- Make use of different aspects of business models in making managerial decisions.
- Utilise statistical analysis to assess product demand conditions.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and non-verbally for a variety of objectives and audiences.
- Think laterally, critically, innovatively, creatively and to make connections among diverse fields of study in analysing industry problems.
- Apply the skills towards complex problem analysis, decision-making and in the application of modern strategic management methods relevant to the field of tourism and hospitality management.
- Explain and apply analytical constructs to business problem solving.
- Develop and present innovative solutions to complex supply chain and logistic problems.
- Perform team work and leadership skills.
- Design organisations to make and implement specific business decisions under given performance requirements.
- Perform various business activities necessary for managerial posts that satisfy market demand.
- Engage in environmental activities that demonstrate his/her environmental awareness.
- Positive, constructive and helpful
The Postgraduate International Tourism and Hospitality Management has five mandatory units. Learners must have to earn 120 credit points to obtain the EBMA Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism Hospitality Management
Unit 01: Marketing Strategies (24 Credits)
Unit 02: Tourism and Hospitality Consultancy (24 Credits)
Unit 03: Hospitality and Tourism Planning and Development (24 Credits)
Unit 04: Strategic Human Resource Management (24 Credits)
Unit 05: Organisational Behaviour (24 Credits)
Modules are typically assessed by individual assessment.
Assessment involves investigative assignments, presentations and action research activities. The main objective of the assessment of the Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management will be to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit,
- Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management OR
- A relevant Honour Degree OR
- Any Qualification equivalent to one of the above.
The Postgraduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management provides its learner the realistic and appropriate career related guidance worldwide for early 21st century employment markets.
This qualification also leads learners to complete MBA/MA degree in UK or overseas Universities at an advanced level.