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Uni Adv Dipl International Hospitality


University Advanced Diploma in International Hospitality Business Management



This Diploma is recognised at MQF/EQF Level 6.



30 ECTS  



4.5 months



This course will help you to obtain the skills and understanding of the critical aspects affecting hospitality management. You will develop a critical understanding of the forces influencing the development of the international hospitality industry and be able to evaluate the role of core management functions, their application and contribution to quality and performance.



The learning outcomes you will acquire from the programme are dependent on which modules you choose. The information below represents what you should achieve regardless of module choice.


Knowledge and Understanding of:

You will obtain knowledge and understanding of:

  • the strategic operation and management of human and technical resources;
  • the importance of diverse customers and articulate strategies to meet and respond to their needs;
  • current affairs related to the global hospitality workforce and techniques to develop your skills;
  • the moral, ethical and legal issues underpinning good management practice;
  • the nature and parameters of research in an academic piece of work.


Intellectual Skills:

You will acquire and develop the intellectual skills which will enable you to:

  • critically assess and evaluate phenomena in the hospitality business context;
  • critically interpret data and text in the analysis of the business problems;
  • analyse information and present a flexible and reflective response to problem solving within the hospitality context;
  • articulate your idea in a structured manner using electronic means of communication.


Subject Specific Skills:

You will acquire and develop the subject specific skills which will enable you to:

  • demonstrate a critical understanding of the forces influencing the development of the international hospitality industry;
  • analyse and evaluate food, beverage and/or accommodation service systems, their implementation and operation;
  • develop strategic plans that respond to the diversity that prevails in the international hospitality industry; giving consideration to stakeholders as well as moral, ethical and legal issues;
  • Evaluate the role of core management functions as they apply to the contemporary hospitality industry and their contribution to quality and performance.


Transferable Skills:

You will acquire and develop the transferable skills that will enable you to:

  • express ideas you have obtained through written and audio/visual work in effective and confident manners;
  • work effectively both individually and as a part of group;
  • apply a range of statistical and numerical skills to management information;
  • effectively use a range of Information Technology e.g. Web and Internet, databases, spread sheets and word processing;
  • manage your time successfully, setting appropriate and achievable goals;
  • engage in personal and professional development



  • Leadership and Management in Context
  • Managing Cultural Issues in Service Delivery
  • Strategic Hospitality Operations Management


Click HERE to access more information on the Modules listed above.



Modules are typically assessed through one or more coursework assignments. Depending on the nature of a given coursework assignment, you will be given the assignment specification at the beginning of the module for hand-in at the end of the module. Normally, you receive feedback on coursework within three weeks of submission or completion.

Modules also provide ample opportunities for formative feedback to guide you in your learning. A common approach is for activities to be set based on the content of an online unit and then provide you with the opportunity to discuss this work in online discussions. The feedback may be in groups or to you individually.

Coursework assignments may involve essays, reports, projects, answering or reflecting on questions, or various combinations of these submitted as a portfolio of work. Coursework assignments may be individual or collaborative (i.e., involve group work).

Some may be based entirely on material covered in the units or others may require independent research.



• An HND or Foundation degree in a relevant subject from a UK Institution; and

• A minimum of 6 months working in the hospitality industry on a full-time basis.

• If you have extensive industry experience at supervisory or management level but do not meet the academic entry criteria above, your application may still be considered.

• If English is not your first language, you will need: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent



University of Derby UK



Local Price: €4,500

Refund through Get Qualified Scheme: €3,150*

Net amount: €1,365*

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Last Updated: 06 Sep 17

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