The Italian Chamber of Commerce is pleased to introduce the new edition of the Master in Hospitality and Hotel Management.
Over the years, this course has been a unique international example of vocational training. The focus has been on providing better prospects through lectures in English given by professionals of the sector who work in London, a capital of hospitality, and major internship opportunities in top hotels. In fact, 80% of candidates find a job within 3 months after the end of their internship. The course provides an in-depth overview of the industry, enabling students with a genuine interest to enter this social business already with an understanding of what excellent customer service is. People, or rather human resources, are the key feature that makes the difference in this top market. Attentive, committed and determined individuals have the chance to learn essential skills, including organizational ability and problem-solving, which result in doing the job competently.
The subjects taught during the intensive one-month of lectures give an accurate overview of the different kinds of management involved in the sector (sales, events and front of house), as well as marketing, communication and hospitality law. The three to six month internship provides an invaluable experience, which is useful in approaching not only the British or Italian market, but the market on an international level as well. This course is the best way to forge your career in hospitality.
The Master in Hospitality and Hotel Management includes:
- lecture material provided in digital format;
- tutor assistance;
- personalized placement service;
- complimentary accommodation in London during the first term of MA (classes);
- complimentary return flight to London (either from Rome or Milan);
- complimentary transfer to the accommodation from London airport.
The classes are structured as follows:
- Tourism Marketing and Communication;
- General Accountancy;
- Food & Beverage and Sales Management;
- Congress & Events Management;
- Managing and evaluating human resources;
- Front of the house management;
- Hospitality Law;
- Case Histories.
Students will be supported throughout the classes for a constant learning and to get prepared to the internship, which will provide valuable experience departing from an on-the-field point of view.
Students are provided professional help through aimed coaching by the tutor of the course.
Courses are conducted predominantly in English.