International Hospitality and Tourism Management

OBJECTIVES

Hospitality and tourism are part of today's fastest growing sectors. This programme provides students with the basis for success in this area of work in trade and management.

 

By exploring the impact of activities related to hospitality and tourism in various international contexts, students will gain the knowledge and skills sought by the employers of this booming sector. 

STUDENTS' PROFILES AND CAREER PROSPECTS
 
Profiles :
 - BTS, DUT, CPGE, 2nd year of university graduates - The equivalent of 120 ECTS*.
 - Students with a good level in English:  a minimum TOEIC score of 650 or the grade of 13/20 at the BTS ou DUT English exam.
 
Career prospects: 

 - Pursuing with a Master's programme or in a Grande École in France and abroad.

 - Integration into the business world using the newly acquired skills.

COURSES

1st semester:

  • Developing Business Skills

The aim of this module is to ensure students have a clear understanding of the requirements of the final year of undergraduate study, and provide them with a range of skills that will enable them to navigate their programme of study with the greatest chance of success.

  • Business Research Methods

This module gives students the methods and a methodology for undertaking a piece of research in the business or management field.

  • International Business Strategy

This module aims to provide students with an understanding of the challenges of international business and of the strategic issues facing businesses.

  • International Marketing Strategy

Students are introduced to the various aspects of international marketing with the principal objective of developing the skills to identify, analyse and solve problems encountered in the development of international marketing strategies.

2nd semester:

  • Work-based Project

We encourage all students to apply for workplace projects which are relevant to their studies and, if possible, match their career aspirations.

  • International Hospitality Operations Management

Providing students with an understanding of the skills, techniques, technology and management issues involved in hospitality operations.

  • International Tourism Destination Management

Students will develop an understanding of the complex range of business and management strategies for tourism businesses. Students will develop a critical awareness of the need for a holistic approach to tourism destinations and its complexities, whilst making extensive use of international case studies.

 

4 reasons to come study with us

 

  1. Improve your English language skills with100 % of your courses taught in English                                             

  2. Learn the theoretical and practical skills best suited to the current expectations of the market                                               

  3. Earn a diploma recognised in the European area of higher education (L3-180 ECTS)                                              

  4. ​Take advantage of our personal support for your personal and professional projects