Accredited Courses > M.Sc. in Hospitality Management

Master of Science

M.Sc. in Hospitality Management

Start Date

TBA

30 Months

Part-time

Course Modules

10 Modules

7 Compulsory

5 Electives

1 Dissertation

Price

€ 9,500

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€ 6,650 back on this course

Prerequisites in detail

Candidates who apply must have a:

➢ Level 6 Degree and 3 years’ work experience
Preference is given to applicants having:
o Level 6 Degree in a discipline related to the Study Programme; and
o A minimum of 3 years’ work experience in management within the sector covered by the Study Programme.
OR
➢ Level 5 Diploma or Higher Diploma and 5 years’ work experience in a supervisory or managerial role.

Do you meet these required prerequisites?

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Modules

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.1: Tourism and Hospitality Principles

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.2: Leading and Managing People

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.3: Hospitality Operations Management

10 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.4: Marketing, Sales and Event Management

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.5: Managing Change in Hospitality

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.6: Revenue Management in Hospitality

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.7: Research Methods

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.8: The Art and Science of Gastronomy (Elective Module)

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.9: Managing Cultural Diversity in Management (Elective Module)

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.10: Project Management in Hospitality (Elective Module)

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.11: Finance for the Non-Financial Managers (Elective Module)

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

MQF lvl 7

MSHM7.12: Health, Safety and Crisis Management in Hospitality (Elective Module)

6 Credits (ECTS)

€ 950

Course Details

Who is this course for?

  • This course is targeted at hospitality professionals with supervisory and/or middle management experience such as:  event manager/coordinator, restaurant manager, reception manager, shift manager/supervisor, marketing and sales manager, guest services manager/supervisor, housekeeping manager/supervisor, manager special events, room service manager, etc.
  • The target group can be extended to groups such as: wedding manager, transport manager, maintenance manager, operations manager, marketing manager, conference manager up to and including general manager level.
  • The target group focuses primarily on people already employed within the hospitality sector and who wish to have a more thorough background in the subject in order to progress further in their career.

What are the course objectives and benefits?

By the end of the training programme, participants should be able to:

  • Critically reflect on and appraise the utility of management and leadership theory in the development and functioning of the hospitality sector
  • Analyse hospitality sector in global and local context in relation to operations management within hospitality sector
  • Evaluate the importance of managing change in the fast paced hospitality sector at different management levels in the context of change management and implementation theory
  • Critically analyse the functions and processes of hospitality management, and how hospitality services are organised, delivered, and evaluated
  • Critically analyse and assess the value of hospitality management functions and roles in relation to management and leadership theories

Dissertation related question?

The dissertation is a compulsory element of the M.Sc in Hospitality Management.

The aim of it is to produce an original piece of research work on a clearly defined topic. Additionally, it would enable the student to develop deeper knowledge, understanding, capabilities and attitudes in the context of the programme of study.

Course Intake Dates

TBA
Malta
€ 9,500
TBA
Gozo
€ 9,500