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Finland

Applied Sciences

Hospitality Management

Bachelor in Hospitality, Tourism & Experience Management

3.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme aims to prepare students for roles in the Travel & Tourism industry. It aims to furnish its graduates with the following key skills and knowledge: Communication Skills in Travel; Knowledge of Tourism Operational Environment; Production and Sales of Travel and Tourism Services; Social and Collaboration Skills; Business and Entrepreneurial Skills.

The programme has four corner-stones of studies: working-life orientation, business management, aesthetics and internationality. They are integrated into all study modules.

Internationality is underlined by the university's relationships with partner universities through which it can offer: double degree programs, semesters abroad, internships abroad and study trips

Programme content


In Year 1, the emphasis is on the development of basic professional skills. Students will learn the basic skills and expertise required by the hotel and restaurant industry. The theory base is supported by basic and professional work placement. The themes of the first year are service skills, operational business environment and customer relations management.

In the second year the emphasis is on observing, understanding and researching the industry. The student will learn practical management skills. Students are offered flexible forms of completing their courses. The themes of the second year are commercial business skills, entrepreneurship and supervisory skills. The student will combine and implement the studied theory base in the advanced work placement.In the third year studies are focused on company and organisational strategic management and profitable business operations.

The third year study themes are financial competence, management and business development. Students will acquire industry-related special skills via optional advanced level studies. In the bachelor thesis the student shows his/her aptitude for conceptual learning and understanding complicated phenomena in a way which will be beneficial for a company or an organization within the industry

Progression


The university offers a related Masters programme, taught through English, in the following area:

Hospitality Management

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels + 3 GCSEs

Transfer opportunities for students with relevant qualifications from Further Education.

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5

Transfer opportunities for students with relevant qualifications from Further Education.

Yes

No

No

Copy A Level or Leaving Certificate results usually need to be received by the university before the end of July

10 January

25 January