Master (MSC) in Hospitality and Tourism Management

Postgraduate Course

The Masters Class

Requirements of Admission

This is a joint course TRIPLE AWARDS including:

  • Master (MSc) in Hospitality and Tourism Management (Edinburgh Napier University)

  • MBA in Hospitality Management

  • MBA Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality Management.

Requirements of Admission

Two Year Programme

Candidates for Two Year Programme must be a minimum 20 years old.

Students must hold a Bachelor Degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in any discipline, OR the student has a minimum of two years suitable experience in the hospitality and tourism industry and suitable academic qualifications .

HTMi requires that students should reach its required English level , usually by interview/ HTMi English Placement Test or have TOEFL 5t 3 or IELTS 5.5 or equivalent HTMi Placement Test Score.

Progression Path

Two Year Programme

  • Year One

    • Postgraduate Diploma in International Hotel and Tourism Management
      (Plus Diploma in Management Training)

      Academic Study for 20 weeks.

      Work Placement or Internship up to 20-24 weeks.

  • Year Two

    • Master (MSc) in Hospitality and Tourism Management (Edinburgh Napier University)& MBA in Hospitality Management (Joint Course- Triple Award: Includes MBA PgD)

      Academic Study for 20 weeks.

      Work Placement or Internship up to 20-24 weeks.

      Dissertation (to be completed within 6 months following the completion of the taught course)

Requirements of Admission

One Year Programme

Candidates for One Year Programme must be a minimum 21 years old.

Students must hold a Bachelor (Honours) Degree or a Postgraduate Diploma in any discipline, OR the student has a minimum of three years suitable experience in the hospitality and tourism industry and suitable academic qualifications.

HTMi requires that students should reach its required English level, usually by interview/ HTMi English Placement Test or have TOEFL 547 or IELTS 6 or equivalent HTMi Placement Test Score.

Progression Path

One Year Programme

  • Year One

    • Master (MSc) in Hospitality and Tourism Management (Edinburgh Napier University) & MBA in Hospitality Management (Joint Course- Triple Award: Includes MBA PgD)

      Academic Study for 20 weeks.

      Work Placement or Internship up to 20-24 weeks.

      Dissertation (to be completed within 6 months following the completion of the taught course)

  • Semester Two (Optional for both Programme)

    • Master's Dissertation Course

      Academic Study for 20 weeks.

      Work Placement or Internship up to 20-24 weeks.

Contact Hours

Postgraduate Diploma in International Hotel and Tourism Management

TOTAL 420 CONTACT HOURS.

Hospitality Finance Level 4 40 hours
Rooms Division Operations 60 hours
Rooms Division Management 40 hours
Food and Beverage Service & Management 80 hours
Culinary- Theory & Practical 60 hours
Marketing & Consumer Behaviour 60 hours
German Language 40 hours
Entrepreneurial Group Project 40 hours

Contact Hours

MSc & MBA Joint Course

MSc TAUGHT MODULES: TOTAL 280 CONTACT HOURS

Tourism Management 40 hours
People Management and Performance 40 hours
Modern Hospitality Marketing 40 hours
Strategic management 40 hours
Creative Manager 40 hours
Research Methods 40 hours
Management of Heritage Tourism 40 hours

MBA TAUGHT MODULES: TOTAL 320 CONTACT HOURS

Hotel Finance and Control Systems 40 hours

Contact Hours

Master's Dissertation Course (Optional)

TOTAL 220 CONTACT HOURS.

Research Methods 40 hours
Dissertation Planning 20 hours
Literature Review Tutorial 20 hours
Sampling and Sample Selection 20 hours
Design of Research Instruments 20 hours
Research Ethics, Consents and Approvals 20 hours
Planning Primary Research 20 hours
Methodology 20 hours
Analysis of Findings Tutorial 20 hours
Discussion and Conclusions Tutorial 20 hours

Dissertation

The dissertation of 12000 words should be competed within 6 months of the completion of the taught course, and students will be given online support following the semester to assist them in doing this, as well as direct contact to a Supervisor who will provide advice and guidance.

The topic should be based on the hospitality and tourism industry. This research is expected to be largely desk based, making use of academic resources.

Masters students may choose to join the optional Dissertation Course following the completion of the taught course.

HTMi reserves the right to make changes to the course and application details at any time.

Internship Project (10 hours Tutoring and Support)

This project is part of any internship which is completed as part of the course, and must be completed and sent to HTMi by the end of the internship for assessment as part of the overall course marks.

HTMi will require a minimum of one internship at under- and postgraduate level. Any internship exemptions must be approved by HTMi.

Interested, Whats Next?

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