Hospitality Management With Human Resource Management - BA/BA (Hons) - Full-time

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Similar to our BA (Hons) Hospitality Management course, this route allows you to specialise in Human Resource Management.

You’ll study the principles of hospitality management and apply these to practical situations, preparing you for a management career in the hospitality and tourism industries. You'll also learn a combination of human resource management skills, with a focus on the expertise needed to manage and motivate staff. Edinburgh offers an ideal place to study hospitality. A centre for travellers and tourists from all over the world, hospitality and tourism businesses flourish here, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to gain further work experience. You'll also have the opportu…

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Similar to our BA (Hons) Hospitality Management course, this route allows you to specialise in Human Resource Management.

You’ll study the principles of hospitality management and apply these to practical situations, preparing you for a management career in the hospitality and tourism industries. You'll also learn a combination of human resource management skills, with a focus on the expertise needed to manage and motivate staff. Edinburgh offers an ideal place to study hospitality. A centre for travellers and tourists from all over the world, hospitality and tourism businesses flourish here, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to gain further work experience. You'll also have the opportunity to learn from within the industry via an industry placement or live project. Or you can choose to study abroad through our international exchange links in Europe and the USA. You will learn practical skills in kitchens and restaurants, as well as transferable skills in research, academic writing, communication and interpersonal relations, presentation, and time management. human resource management food and beverage management accommodation services retail management financial management sales and marketing tourism management. Professionally accredited by: View Full Screen

What's involved The course is studied full-time over four years. You will learn by a variety of teaching methods including lectures, tutorials, and through independent study. Below you'll find an indication of the modules you could study. These will be supplemented with choices from a course-specific option pool: Year 1 Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism & Events; Intercultural & Organisational Management; Hospitality Operations; Behavioural Studies; Accounting for Business; plus one option module Year 2 Business & Management Challenges; Hospitality Systems; Introduction to HRM; Facilities Planning for Hospitality, Tourism & Events; The Study of Food & Wine; plus one option module Year 3 Hospitality Business Development; Service Management; Managing the Employment Relationship; plus either Supervised Work Experience or Live Project Year 4 Leadership & Innovation for Tourism, Hospitality & Events; International Hospitality; Organisational Change Management; Contemporary Issues in HRM; Dissertation

Requirements at a glanceEntry to the courseTypical year 1SQA HigherBBBC A LevelCCC Irish Leaving CertificateB2, B2, B3, B3 Subjects requiredStandard Grade (3 or above) English and Maths, GCSE (Grade C or above) English and Maths Typical year 2SQA Advanced Higher A Level300 UCAS points from 3 Advanced Highers or A Levels in Business-related subjects. HNCBusiness-related course, with A in graded unit. A basic or elementary Food Hygiene Certificate is essential. Typical year 3HNDBusiness-related course, with AB in at SCQF level 8 in the graded units. A basic or elementary Food Hygiene Certificate is essential. Typical Entry requirements indicate the minimum qualifications with which students are normally accepted. Competition for places varies from year-to-year and achievement of the typical entry requirements does not always guarantee a place.Fees Table2012/3 2013/4 Scotland £1,820 £1,820 European Union £1,820 £1,820 Rest of UK £6,500 £6,630 Overseas £9,690 £10,080 Fees displayed are correct at the time of publication but the University Court reserves the right to make changes in fees at any time, and without notice, before or after the student's admission to the University.Tuition fees are reviewed annually and will rise each year during your programme of study, at least in line with inflation.

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