Title: MBA Hospitality
The MBA (Hospitality) develops knowledge of the business theories and functions which will accelerate your route to senior management. You will study these theories within the context of the hospitality industry. Combining traditional learning methods with applied studies completed whilst working in the hospitality industry, this MBA will provide you with the tools to drive your career forward with the work experience to apply those techniques to the world of hospitality management.
The course focus is on driving quality improvement in the workplace, allowing you to identify real achievements to assist employers and maximise your employability on graduation.
Paid work placement
You will spend your final semester in full-time paid work within the sector, allowing you to take your learning into the real-world and build your work experience. Practical experience is crucial in developing a career in this sector and so you will be encouraged to start working part-time during the first year of your degree. Students are expected to be working in all have experience of the proprioceptive university will assist students in finding a suitable placement. Students are invited to liaise with the work placement team at the early stages of their studies.
Fees: £ 11,000
Level of study: Level 7 MBA
Mode of study: Full-time
Duration: 18 months
Entry requirements: A good UK first degree, professional qualification or an overseas equivalent.
Assessment method:Students are assessed through a variety of methods including assignments, presentations and examinations.
As an alternative to the traditional end-of-course dissertation which many MBA courses include, this MBA has, at its pinnacle, a real-world case study. The case study is given to students approximately two months before the end of course examination. Students spend time researching the organisation prior to the exam. Students are allowed to bring their research on the organisation for reference into the examination. Students are assessed on the examination, plus previous research which is submitted with the exam script. It is our view that the analysis of an organisation provides an opportunity to draw on knowledge and experience gained from previous studies and to demonstrate the ability to cope with incomplete information in a way that reflects situations likely to be faced in a future career.