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Tourism and Hospitality

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

Tourism and hospitality programs usually involve the study of travel, entertainment, and a variety of services. Students may learn about everything from management to food services. Other possible topics include hotels and motels, vehicle rentals, and public attractions.

Europe is the sixth largest continent and includes 47 countries and assorted dependencies, islands and territories. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the south, Asia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the West.

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4 Week Essential Skills

Tante Marie Culinary Academy
Campus Full time 4 weeks January 2018 United Kingdom Woking

The Tante Marie 4 Week Essential Skills course is one of the world’s leading cookery courses of this type. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. The Tante Marie 4 Week Essential Skills course is one of the world’s leading cookery courses of this type. During the course students will learn a range of essential, culinary skills across several areas of cookery. Students will leave with the ability to cook good food, for all occasions and in any environment. What you will learn Your course will begin with an introduction to working in a professional kitchen environment, incorporating practical skill development such as knife skills, before moving on to the foundations of basic cookery. Lessons are designed to include recipes and techniques that will build your understanding of how food changes as you cook. This will enable you to make adjustments and correct mistakes as you go on to produce your own recipes and menus. You will be taught in a small group of like-minded students and the majority of your time at the Academy will be spent in our state of the art kitchens. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of areas such as sauces, soups, meat, fish, canapés, pastries, bread….and many, many more! Exams & Assessment There is no assessment or exam on this course. QUALIFICATIONS GAINED Level 2 Award in Food Safety Certificate of Attendance Career Prospects Students who complete the 4 Week Essential Skills in cookery, are well placed to pursue work in numerous kitchen environments. Many graduates choose to apply their new skills whilst working a gap year, while others put them in... [-]

LRM Study Abroad Program

Les Roches International School of Hotel Management - Marbella, Spain
Campus Full time 20 weeks September 2018 Spain Marbella

A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les [+]

Hospitality Programs

A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les Roches Marbella for their Semester Abroad. In this program, students of hospitality management or business programs can be based here for 20 weeks and learn the Swiss approach to hospitality by taking up to five academic courses. One of the courses involves working in the different hospitality departments of Les Roches.

Other benefits: Learn from highly-qualified and experienced international faculty Develop industry-relevant practical skills through experiential learning Develop cross-cultural communication skills: over 60 nationalities on campus Develop independence and leadership skills Improve foreign language skills Live abroad: experience a new environment RANKING ... [-]

Summer Experience

Glion Institute of Higher Education
Campus Full time 1 - 2 weeks February 2018 Switzerland Montreux

The Glion Summer Experience offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018.

The Glion Summer Experience offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality and a taste of the bachelor degree program with a choice of three holiday courses.

London – one-week course. Learn what it takes to manage an international business through workshops and field trips to world famous hospitality companies including a visit to a luxury establishment and a tour of a premier sports arena.

Glion – one-week course. You will arrive in the birthplace of hospitality – Switzerland. Here you will learn hands-on hospitality skills in kitchen, service and rooms division, visit local attractions, and see first-hand how Swiss chocolate is made.... [-]


Summer Experience

Glion Institute of Higher Education London
Campus Full time 1 - 2 weeks August 2018 United Kingdom London

Our Summer Experience courses are designed to introduce you to the essence of hospitality. [+]

The Glion Summer Experience offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality and a taste of  the bachelor degree program with a choice of three holiday courses.

London – one-week course. Learn what it takes to manage an international business through workshops and field trips to world famous hospitality companies including a visit to a luxury establishment and a tour of a premier sports arena.

Glion – one-week course. You will arrive in the birthplace of hospitality – Switzerland. Here you will learn hands-on hospitality skills in kitchen, service and rooms division, visit local attractions, and see first-hand how Swiss chocolate is made.... [-]


Hospitality Management & Food Science Course

European School of Economics London
Campus Full time 2 months January 2018 United Kingdom City of London

The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. Students will become aware of the changing social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the Tourism & Hospitality industries. Through its innovative programme including an optional internship after the completion of the 3 months certificate with major hospitality and tourism companies worldwide, students will also explore the impact of learned practices in a range of international contexts. Intake Dates: 10th of November / January Modules Offered*: Contemporary Hospitality Human Resource Management Hotel & Resort E-Commerce & E-Business Culinary Science Modules maybe subject to change Course Duration: 150 hours (2 months) Internship (optional): 3 months Course structure: Each module holds a weekly 3/6-hour class (total 18 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Language of Instruction: English Level of Instruction: Undergraduate (A High-School Diploma or equivalent is required to access this course). Course Assessment: Group Project and Presentation Entry Requirements: Application form (click here to apply online) High-School Diploma Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable £50 application fee Maximum Number of Attendees: 30 (In order to provide a unique learning experience with a ratio between Professor to students, no more than 30 students will... [-]

International Year One

NCUK
Campus Full time 6 - 9 months August 2018 United Kingdom Manchester

The International Year One (IYOne) is a credit bearing qualification that enables you to enter the second year of an undergraduate degree at an NCUK university. [+]

The International Year One (IYOne) is a credit bearing qualification that enables you to enter the second year of an undergraduate degree at an NCUK university. The International Year One is currently available in 7 countries worldwide, including the UK. 

We offer business, accounting & finance, economics, events management and engineering options that lead to hundreds of second year degrees at a range of leading universities.

WHY SHOULD I STUDY THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR ONE?

The International Year One is ideal for students who are looking to:

Study locally for an extra year and gain university credits to transfer to a full degree; Experience an international learning environment and build up a global network of contacts; Benefit from smaller class sizes and personalised support before entering university. How long does it take? Accelerated Programme: Six months Standard Programme: Nine Months What do I study on the International Year One? ... [-]

The 2 Week Butler Course

Butler Valet School
Campus Full time 2 weeks August 2018 United Kingdom Witney

We cover exactly the same topics as on the 4 week course but in less detail and at a quicker pace for those students who have some knowledge but wish to focus on particular areas and develop certain skills. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. The 2 Week Course Programme £5,160 + VAT (includes accommodation, breakfast, and all meals at school). For delegates with some prior experience. We cover exactly the same topics as on the 4 week course but in less detail and at a quicker pace for those students who have some knowledge but wish to focus on particular areas and develop certain skills. WEEK 1 THIS WEEK PROVIDES INTENSIVE HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE AND PRACTICE IN THE DUTIES OF THE BUTLER. 1.How to behave, dress and speak to employers and guests. 2.How to greet guests, attend to their needs and make them welcome. 3.Become familiar with the duties of the housekeeper and other staff and understand how to work together 4.Learn what happens in the pantry, e.g. the care of fine crystal, silver and china. 5.Learn how to make trays for various meals. 6.Prepare the dining room for luncheon and dinner and other parties, and learn how to wait at table. FOCUSING ON DEVELOPING YOUR FOOD AND DRINK KNOWLEDGE AND COOKING SKILLS. 7.The serving of wines port and cigars, wine-matching. 8.The management of the cellar, laying of wine and port. 9.The preparation and presentation of fine foods. 10.How to carve different meats and cut smoked salmon. 11.A full day’s cooking with an experienced chef. 12.How to shop and what brands to buy. WEEK 2 THIS WEEK WE WILL EXPLORE THE ART OF VALETING. 1.The care of fine clothes, including all types of clothing, uniforms, suits, ties... [-]

Hospitality Management & Food Science

European School of Economics Madrid
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 5 months January 2018 Spain Madrid + 1 more

The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. Students will become aware of the changing social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the Tourism & Hospitality industries. [+]

The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. Students will become aware of the changing social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the Tourism & Hospitality industries. Through its innovative programme including an optional internship after the completion of the 3 months certificate with major hospitality and tourism companies worldwide, students will also explore the impact of learned practices in a range of international contexts. The ESE Madrid centre is fully equipped with a student study area, computer lab, library, and wireless internet access. Intake Dates: 10th of November / January Modules Offered: Contemporary Hospitality Human Resource Management Hotel & Resort E-Commerce & E-Business Culinary Science Modules maybe subject to change Course Duration: 150 hours (2 months) Internship (optional): 3 months Course structure Each module holds a weekly 3/6-hour class (total 18 hours per week, Monday to Friday) Language of Instruction: English Level of Instruction: Undergraduate (A High-School Diploma or equivalent is required to access this course). Assessment: Group Project and Presentation Entry Requirements: Application form High-School Diploma or Undergraduate Degree Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable € 50.00 application fee Maximum number of Attendees: 30 (In order to provide a unique learning experience with a ratio between... [-]

Hospitality Management Professional Programme

European School of Economics
Campus Part time 6 months Open Enrollment Italy Rome Spain Madrid United Kingdom London Milan + 5 more

The Professional Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the European School of Economics provides a strong foundation in the knowledge and tools in business and management that are necessary to excel in this prime growth area. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. The Professional Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the European School of Economics provides a strong foundation in the knowledge and tools in business and management that are necessary to excel in this prime growth area. Participants will explore the economic impact of tourism and hospitality in a range of international contexts, and consider the evolving social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the industry. This programme will explore in depth the role of Customer Service, Personnel Management, Hospitality Management and International Marketing and Tourism. Participants will be able to analyse and evaluate the policies and principles that best promote a customer-focused culture and learn how to successfully manage a team to obtain this objective. Participants will also develop the skills that will enable them to predict potential trends and pitfalls within the industry and design and develop effective strategies to adjust their marketing strategies accordingly. Modules Offered*: - Contemporary Hospitality - International Marketing - E-Business & E-Commerce - Events Management * Modules may be subject to change Course Duration: 3 month in class course + minimum 3 month internship Mode of Delivery: Each module requires 3 in-class hours per week, for a total of 12 /15 weekly hours (Monday-Friday) Course Assessment: Group Project and Presentation Entry Requirements: Application form High-School Diploma/first degree Résumé / CV Intermediate command of the English language (TOEFL / IELTS is a plus) Photocopy of passport / ID document Three passport-sized photographs Non-refundable £50 application... [-]

Rome - Tourism & Cultural Heritage Management

IES Abroad
Campus Full time 12 weeks January 2018 Italy Rome

Where better to study Business and Cultural Management than Rome, Italy? Just picture it: living and learning in a global city that balances a thriving tourism industry with a sustainable cultural heritage emphasis. [+]

Overview 12 credits. 12 weeks. $12,000. The Rome – Tourism & Cultural Heritage Management Program is part of our 12 for 12 for 12 programs. Where better to study Business and Cultural Management than Rome, Italy? Just picture it: living and learning in a global city that balances a thriving tourism industry with a sustainable cultural heritage emphasis. After all, Italy is home to more world heritage sites than any other country in the world, some of the most notable—Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Sistine Chapel, Pantheon—being in Rome. Enroll in four courses for a total of 12 credits to immerse yourself in tourism and cultural heritage management. From traditional cultural preservation to innovative business techniques, you’ll explore every aspect of this fundamental component of the global economy. Rome will also be your classroom. Can you imagine meeting for class at a museum, visiting cultural heritage sites, and attending guest lectures throughout the city? Our courses take advantage of the city’s many historical, artistic, and cultural sites. We want you to feel at home in Rome, so we do everything we can to help you integrate into life in the city. From housing to cultural events, our job is to make sure you have the most authentic study abroad experience possible. Quick Facts Center: IES Abroad Rome City: Rome Country: Italy Program Credits: 12 credits (4 courses) Language of Instruction: English, Italian Language Prerequisites: None Program Dates After you are admitted, refer to the Travel Dates section of the Predeparture Information in... [-]

Swiss Professional Degree in Hospitality Management

SSTH Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality
Campus Full time 6 semesters February 2018 Switzerland Chur

SSTH offers an attractive English language hospitality management program that has achieved Swiss federal accreditation. Our Swiss Professional Degree is designed to fulfill the demanding government regulations for the elite league of nationally recognized higher education institutions. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. SSTH offers an attractive English language hospitality management program that has achieved Swiss federal accreditation. Our Swiss Professional Degree is designed to fulfill the demanding government regulations for the elite league of nationally recognized higher education institutions. Professionals with strong people skills, intercultural competence and entrepreneurial thinking are in high demand in the international hospitality industry. An essential feature of the skill-based management training at SSTH is the focus on bringing together business and practical thinking into action. Being highly motivated, responsible and self-dependent are requirements for this rigorous training. After completion of the Swiss Professional Degree, continuing on with the prestigious Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management, designed by Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, is also an option. Curriculum Semesters 1 & 2 From cooking and service, to reception and housekeeping – the first two semesters focus your training on the operational side of the industry. Semester 3 During a six-month paid internship in Switzerland at a hotel or restaurant of your choice, you will bring your newly acquired knowledge and skills into the real world. Semester 4 Delve deeper into the fundamentals of management - not only in theory but also in practice: for instance, you’ll design the restaurant of your dreams and run it for a week in our on-campus restaurant. Semester 5 During this management internship in Switzerland or abroad, you’ll be able to put the fundamentals of semester four into practice. Semester 6 Your entrepreneurial skills are... [-]

ESE Short Course: Hospitality Management & Food Science

European School of Economics Italy
Campus Full time 3 months November 2017 Italy Rome Milan Florence + 2 more

The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. [+]

ESE Short Course: Hospitality Management & Food Science

The Short Course in Hospitality Management & Food Science provides in depth understanding of business and management as applied to Food & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and event providers. Students will become aware of the changing social, cultural, economic and political factors, which influence the Tourism & Hospitality industries. Through its innovative programme including an optional internship after the completion of the 3 months certificate with major hospitality and tourism companies worldwide, students will also explore the impact of learned practices in a range of international contexts.... [-]


HND Hospitality Management

St. Patrick's
Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 United Kingdom London

The Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management (HND) is a 2 year vocational course. This means that not only do you learn the theoretical aspects, but it also provides you with ability to relate this to the real world of work... [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. HND Hospitality Management The Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management (HND) is a 2 year vocational course. This means that not only do you learn the theoretical aspects, but it also provides you with ability to relate this to the real world of work. Evaluating the application of these theories and concepts puts you at an advantage of being a strategic thinker and proactive manager in turbulent economic times. This course is accredited by Edexcel. Course content This course covers general management units, hospitality and tourism specific units. Career Direction On successfully completing your course you could apply for a top up degree, or the work opportunities are varied in the hospitality sector. Study in a global tourism capital London is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations, home to world renowned hotels, restaurants and venues. It is the ideal UK location for studying tourism and hospitality, and for starting your career. Course structure You will study 16 modules over a period of 2 years, before undertaking a research project, which will draw together everything you have learnt. Course Modules Year 1 The Contemporary Hospitality Industry Finance for the Hospitality Industry Customer Service Rooms Division Operations Management Food & Beverage Operations Management The Travel & Tourism Sector Marketing for the Hospitality Industry Tour Operations Management Year 2 The Developing Manager Employability Skills Human Resource Management for the Service Industry Personal and Professional Development Sustainable Tourism Development Sales Development and Merchandising Small Business... [-]

Senior Technician Certificate - Hotels And Restaurants

Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Communication et de Gestion
Campus Full time Part time September 2018 France Nice Cannes Agde + 2 more

FRENCH The objective is to make the candidates to effective communication in everyday life and professional life on several levels: relationships within the company and outside, customer relationships and the hierarchy. [+]

FRENCH The objective is to make the candidates to effective communication in everyday life and professional life on several levels: relationships within the company and outside, customer relationships and the hierarchy. The aim is also to give them the ability to communicate orally, to learn, to document, to understand a message, to carry a message, appreciate a message or situation. FOREIGN LANGUAGES A foreign language Research oriented vocabulary to business needs. Improved understanding of spoken language in its diversity of accents, and speaking skills. Study of texts, journals specific to the profession. Learn to read quickly and well. Writing business letters dealing with the most common challenges of practice (inquiry, preparation of estimates, correspondence with foreign agencies, claims and follow-up, etc..). Variety of exercises: Rapid exposed improvised conversations, taking notes, writing or contraction of texts, reports. Foreign language B Research oriented vocabulary to business needs. Improved understanding of spoken language in its diversity of accents, and speaking skills. Study of texts, journals specific to the profession. Learn to read quickly and well. Writing business letters dealing with the most common challenges of practice (inquiry, preparation of estimates, correspondence with foreign agencies, claims and follow-up, etc..). Variety of exercises: Rapid exposed improvised conversations, taking notes, writing or contraction of texts, reports. GENERAL AND TOURISM ECONOMY The foundations of economic knowledge. The financing of the economy. Regulation. International economic relations. The global economy. The economic cycle and tourism. The tourist market and its actors. Development policies in the sector. LAW Law and... [-]

Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management

Tourism School Bad Gleichenberg
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2018 Austria Bad Gleichenberg

The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (Matura/Abitur) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. [+]

Courses in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2018. The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (A-level) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. Schooling lasts for four semesters. The school year starts in September and ends on the first Saturday in June. (The College entrance exam can be taken at the Tourism Schools.) The College of Tourism and Leisure imparts general education and specific commercial studies, training in the fields of tourism and gastronomy, specialist studies in at least two foreign languages, knowledge and proficiency in the field of guest service, food and beverage operations and in the field of administration and customer service. Practically orientated training guarantees a thorough preparation for employed and self-employed jobs in the various lines of the hospitality and leisure industry and in intermediate and higher commercial administration. Additionally, the courses of the College of Tourism and Leisure focusing on Third Foreign Language provide sound knowledge and skills in the fields of competence in communication, hotel and travel agency correspondence and specialist terminology with reference to tourism management in three languages. Our graduates pursue jobs that require a high degree of responsibility and independence in developing regional and supraregional tourism concepts, in planning, coordinating and supervising operational procedures and specific electronic data... [-]