Rise to the top with a Master in Hotel Management
The Master of Science in International Hotel Management will prepare you to lead a high-flying career in the world's most prestigious international hospitality chains. It focuses on developing skills for managing people, operations and business in hotels and hospitality companies. To create a foundation of hotel management skills, you will complete a 10-week applied learning course on the Glion campus in Switzerland. From there, you will advance to higher-level courses in hospitality management including finance, marketing, human resources, and revenue management. The program ends with an internship for hands-on experience that gives students a chance to practice their new skills in a real-world work environment.
Is this master degree right for you?
This program is designed for recent graduates or career changers who hold a bachelor’s degree—preferably in hospitality, tourism or event management, business, or an equivalent qualification—and limited or no work experience.
Master of Science (Msc) in International Hotel Management Program
Duration: 1 year and 6 months (Internship included)
Academic Semesters: Two semesters on campus (4 study blocks)
Program Start Dates: January, April, July or October
Location: Switzerland (Bulle campus), or Glion London, UK
Applied Learning: 10 weeks, completed on the Glion campus in Switzerland
SEMESTER 1 (STUDY BLOCKS 1 & 2) - On Campus (15 credits)
- Practical Arts (Glion campus)
- Managing Hotel Operations
- Advanced Accommodation Management
- Strategic Event Planning
- Entrepreneurial Food & Beverage Management
SEMESTER 2 (STUDY BLOCKS 3&4) - On Campus (15 credits)
- Managerial Financial Accounting
- Hospitality Services Marketing
- Human Resources Management
- Revenue Management
- Business Research Methods
SEMESTER 3 (6 Credits)
- Mastering Management Report
Some of the courses in Semester 2 (study blocks 3 & 4) may be taken online, depending on course availability. Students wishing to study courses online will be asked to complete a short non-credit Student Readiness Orientation (SRO) in advance of the online study to prepare them for the platform and virtual learning.