Diploma Program in Tourism and Hospitality

Top Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality

Tourism and Hospitality

Diploma programs offer students an option when time is short or when the individual hopes to move quickly into a career. These programs typically provide an intense and comprehensive study of subjects that provide the knowledge and skills that graduates need in the workforce. A diploma program is often completed after just one or two years of work and study.

What is a Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality program? Students in this program develop the skills and the knowledge that they need in order to succeed in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries. Students develop computer skills, review selling and marketing techniques, learn about destination choices, and monitor the motivating factors and travel trends of tourists. Students might also learn to use the most effective research tools or create tour packages.

There are some important benefits to completing this type of program. Graduates are prepared to move quickly into their chosen fields with the skills necessary to succeed and advance. The short program exposes students to professionals and experts in the field, allowing students to begin to develop a network of peers and sponsors.

There are many schools located across the world that offer this program. Because of this diversity, the costs associated with tuition and supplies vary a great deal. For specific cost information, prospective students should contact the schools individually.

There are many fulfilling and interesting careers available to graduates of this program. There are jobs in tourism, such as marketing, promotion, hospitality, and human resources. Other job opportunities include travel counseling, cruise line guest services, hotel and car rentals, and airline customer service or attendants. Once a job position is earned, there are often many chances for the graduate to advance and extend his or her career opportunities.

Those individuals who hope to apply to a Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality program can find more information in the following listings. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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HND in Hospitality

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 United Kingdom London

The HND in Hospitality course at LCCA is a work related higher education qualification that leads to a career in Hospitality industry. It is a practical course that is an alternative to a foundation degree and also gives you the opportunity to combine part-time work and study. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. HND in Hospitality The HND in Hospitality course at LCCA is a work related higher education qualification that leads to a career in Hospitality industry. It is a practical course that is an alternative to a foundation degree and also gives you the opportunity to combine part-time work and study. This course also provides opportunities for you to focus on the development of higher-level skills in a hospitality management context, including investigatory and research skills focusing on management issues within the context of hospitality, leisure or tourism. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years old Qualifications: UK applicants: four GCSEs (C or above). Minimum two A levels (D or above) any NARIC recognised equivalence Language proficiency: IELTS 5.5 (min. 5.0 in each component) PTE 51 (min. 51 in each component) TOEFL (IBT) 87 – min. L-21, R-22, S-23, W-21 Mature students: (over 21) are accepted subject to satisfactory literacy and numeracy tests, work experience (if applicable) and a strong personal statement Intake February, June, October 2017 [-]

Diploma in Hotel Operations

The International School of Hospitality
Campus or Online Full time 315 hours USA Las Vegas

This diploma program readies students for all aspects of hotel operations by focusing on the key functioning centers – hotel operations, concierge, conference management, event planning, and wedding services. Broad credentials for those wanting to enter the hospitality industry or advance a career. Learn to manage a rooms division of a hotel, how to provide high-level guest services, how to run conferences and events, and how to plan and execute from a supervisory level down to planning every minutiae of events and weddings. To earn a diploma, students must earn certificates in four specific areas of study. WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE OR PICK THIS INDUSTRY? Understanding of the many disciplines in hotel management is essential for any hospitality professional who aspires to executive management ranks. This is a valued and respected credential from TISOH. [+]

This diploma program readies students for all aspects of hotel operations by focusing on the key functioning centers – hotel operations, concierge, conference management, event planning, and wedding services. Broad credentials for those wanting to enter the hospitality industry or advance a career. Learn to manage a rooms division of a hotel, how to provide high-level guest services, how to run conferences and events, and how to plan and execute from a supervisory level down to planning every minutiae of events and weddings. To earn a diploma, students must earn certificates in four specific areas of study. WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE OR PICK THIS INDUSTRY? Understanding of the many disciplines in hotel management is essential for any hospitality professional who aspires to executive management ranks. This is a valued and respected credential from TISOH. KEY PROGRAM TOPICS: To receive the Diploma in Hotel Operations, students must complete and pass a series of four courses in the curriculum, totaling 35 quarter credits, 31.5 CEU. A total of 105 hours of externship over the four course area is required. Online students can contact the school for assistance in arranging for an externship in Las Vegas or to request for an introduction letter for an externship in their home city. Each semester, over 1,000 hours of externship opportunities are provided to students. Hotel Operations 90 clock hours, 10 quarter credits, 9.0 CEU Art of Concierge 45 clock hours, 5 quarter credits, 4.5 CEU Conference Management & Event Planning 90 clock hours, 10 quarter credits, 9.0 CEU Wedding Coordination & Design 90 clock hours, 10 quarter credits, 9.0 CEU PREREQUISITE High school diploma or GED No work experience necessary [-]

Cordon Bleu Diploma

Tante Marie Culinary Academy
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Woking

This course is designed for those with little or no previous experience in the kitchen. The pace is designed to enable students to progress within their comfort zone and only when our experienced staff are satisfied that students have mastered an acceptable level of foundation skills, will we allow you to progress to a more advanced level. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Cordon Bleu Diploma This course is designed for those with little or no previous experience in the kitchen. The pace is designed to enable students to progress within their comfort zone and only when our experienced staff are satisfied that students have mastered an acceptable level of foundation skills, will we allow you to progress to a more advanced level… and then, when you are ready, we will really start getting into the fast paced, advanced, technical cooking! This course is most popular with those aged between 16 and 22. For those looking for a career in food, the Tante Marie Cordon Bleu Diploma course is one of the worlds’ leading professional qualifications. The course also includes the CTH Level 4 Diploma in Professional Culinary Arts – a qualification which was created by Tante Marie in collaboration with the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality. Students graduating from our professional courses can earn both qualifications, making Tante Marie graduates some of the most highly qualified and sought after professionals working in the industry today. What level will I be when I graduate? This course will take graduates to a level whereby they are able to go and work in a professional kitchen environment, whether it be a restaurant, catering and events company, private household or any other food related environment, and can expect to ‘hit the ground running.’ Past students have gone on to careers as varied as private catering, ski chalet work, running delicatessens, restaurants, plus a great deal more, with many graduates going on to establish their own businesses within the hospitality sector. Some of our past graduates have used the skills and knowledge they have gained on this course to non-cooking roles, for example journalism, food photography, PR, events management, consultancy and recipe development and styling. Take a look at the Graduates section to get an idea of what our Cordon Bleu Diploma could do for you! We have extensive industry contacts and provide careers support to all of our students, even after you graduate! The course is designed to offer graduates a faster progression through the ranks than they could otherwise expect – this course is quite literally a fast track to an exciting and rewarding career. What will I learn? For 60 years, our focus has been on highly skills focussed training. Tante Marie Culinary Academy graduates are versatile and with our Cordon Bleu Diploma you can expect to be able to go into any food environment and quickly adapt. Our goal is to provide you with a wide range of advanced skills. We’ve been doing it longer than anyone else and there is quite simply no substitute for experience! Tante Marie’s Cordon Bleu Diploma is split into a Practical grade and a Theory grade, with a heavy emphasis (approximately 80% of the course) on time spent in the kitchen, cooking under the guidance of our experienced teaching staff. Each term of our Cordon Bleu Diploma is run over 11 weeks and begins with a basic introduction to working in a kitchen environment including safety procedures and food hygiene. It then progresses into a program of ‘foundation skill development.’ By the end of the first term, (or second term on the 3 term course) students will be expected to be competent and confident in a broad range of intermediate level skills. Knife skills will be introduced in the first days of the course, which will be followed by a number of basic professional skills such as butchery, fish preparation and pastry work, to an acceptable level, prior to advancing onto the advanced, professional skills and techniques. Think of it as learning to walk before you learn to run. By taking this approach, our graduates have found they can adapt to any environment and still produce the highest standards of food. Once the students have demonstrated mastery of the foundation skills, this is when things get technical! The skills and techniques developed in the first half of the course will be applied at an advanced technical level, to produce food that is to the standards expected of the hospitality sector at the highest level, including modern cookery techniques. In the second half of your course you will learn advanced professional techniques and cooking methods, all taught in a modern contemporary manner, before progressing onto modern (and sometimes more ‘scientific’) cookery methods such as sous-vide. Over the entire course, you will learn everything from the classics to the modern – from basic to advanced levels – all taught in a contemporary manner, applicable to current trends and styles, across every area of cookery. Assessment on the course is carried out through a process of continuous assessment in classes and a series of practical and theory exams – some of these are ‘blind’ exams where we set the menu and some are budget controlled tests where you get to decide what to cook – but most importantly, we provide extensive feedback through the course and after the exams, guiding you in the right direction to ensure you have the best possible learning opportunity! In total there are 4 practical exams and 2 theory exams. Students will also create a portfolio of advanced menus for a range of different scenarios which forms part of the theory grade. The course formally covers 12 different categories. Within each category you will cover an entire spectrum of skills, from the most basic to the most advanced, such as chocolate tempering, sugar craft and cake decorating, knife skills and events catering. Stocks, sauces and dressings Soups Yeast products Vegetables and salads Meat, poultry and game Fish and shellfish Farinaceous dishes Terrine dishes Pastries, desserts and confectionary Hors’ d’oeuvres and cocktail canapés Professional kitchen skills and management Menu planning Students will also complete a 3 day wine course with Master of Wine, John Downes and the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Level 2 Award in Food Hygiene. A number of qualified specialists will provide lectures and demonstrations on subjects such as butchery, sustainable seafood and guest chef demonstrations, and we will even guide you on running your own business! Put simply, upon successful completion of our Cordon Bleu Diploma, you will stand out from the crowd and be ready for your exciting future. Start Dates 20 September [-]

Business Administration Diploma in Hospitality Management

Eton College Canada
Campus Full time 77 weeks Open Enrollment Canada Vancouver

This program prepares students for careers in hospitality management. Graduates may find work in hospitality environments such as hotels, motels, resorts, and convention centers. The program’s unique design sharpens the learners’ analytical, critical thinking, problem solving & decision making skills, enabling graduates to transfer these skills across a broad spectrum of careers. [+]

This program prepares students for careers in hospitality management. Graduates may find work in hospitality environments such as hotels, motels, resorts, and convention centers. The program’s unique design sharpens the learners’ analytical, critical thinking, problem solving & decision making skills, enabling graduates to transfer these skills across a broad spectrum of careers. Admissions Policy: Eton College admits qualified students without discrimination with regard to race, colour, creed, national or ethnic origin, marital status, sexual preference, age, religion or physical disability. Applicants must meet all minimum requirements to be considered for admission to Eton College and have sufficient financial support for his/her study. Eton College Placement Assessment will be required if candidate does not meet minimum English Proficiency requirements as per admissions requirements. Please Note – The minimum admission requirements cannot be waived by either Eton College or the applicant under any circumstance. Admission Requirements: 1. General Admission Requirements: Completed BC Secondary school graduation (or equivalent in another school system) OR 19 years of age or older – must successfully complete Eton College Placement Assessment Medical insurance coverage 2. Demonstrate English Proficiency with one of the following: BC High School English 12 – minimum C (60-66%) BC High School Communications 12 – minimum C+ (67-72%) TOEFL PBT score 500, or CBT 173, or iBT 61 IELTS – minimum overall band test score 6 Procedure Note: Eton College Placement Assessment will be required if the applicant does not meet minimum English Proficiency requirements as above. In the event that the applicant does not meet the necessary English requirements, the applicant will be placed into the Business Environment Communications Program. Once the applicant achieves the required level of proficiency in English, the applicant will then enter his/her original choice of program. [-]

Diploma / Certificate in Hotel Management & Catering Technology

Indian Technical Institute - Management Educational Trainings (ITI MET) and Goa Swiss Institute of Hotel Management (GSIHM)
Campus Full time 12 months Open Enrollment India Mumbai Goa Russia St. Petersburg + 3 more

Hotel management, Internship, Industrial placement, Front-office, Food & Beverage Service, Food Production, House Keeping, Cookery & Bakery, Principals of Management [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Duration: 12 months Internship: 4 / 6 months Fees: 2500 USD Industrial placement or Internship Program as seperate course for 6 or 12 months. Internship program: 645 USD for 6 months, 1000 USD for 12 months. Each course in the following program can be taken separately on the 3 / 6 months basis and issued by the certificate or 12 months diploma. Front-Office Introduction to Hotel Industry Classification of hotels Attributes of a good receptionist Basic of charging & food plans Front-office functions Functional organization Guest cycle (reservation, arrival, occupancy, departure) Reservation, Whitney system Cooperation of Front-Office with housekeeping Message handling Telephone Food & Beverage Service Introduction to Hotel Industry Introduction to catering - types of catering Restaurant - types of restaurants, staff organization of various restaurants, Restaurant service, arrangements of sideboards, loading / carrying of trays Types of menu, accompaniment & garnishes, beverages systems, banquets & buffets Practical hands-on trainings: order taking, napkin folding, arrangement of the side boards, types of service, loading and carrying of light and heavy trays, set up of breakfast cover, lunch and dinner. Beverage practical (limited): alcoholic / non alcoholic. Food Production Introduction to professional kitchens Introduction to Cookery Hierarchy and layout of Kitchen Department Equipment and Fuels Used in the Kitchen Basic Menu Planning Basic Principles of Vegetable Cookery Classification of Fruits and Their Uses in Cooking Stocks Soups, Sauces, Salads Introduction to Meats Introduction to Fish and Shellfish Introduction to Eggs Seeds, Nuts, and Spices Introduction to Rice, Cereals, and Pulses Methods of Cooking Basics of Bakery and Confectionary Basic Commodities Used in Bakery and Pastry Bread Fabrication Basic Sponges and Cakes, Pastes, Creams, Fillings, and Sauces Laminated Pastries Basics of Indian Cooking - Condiments, Herbs, and Spices used in Indian Cuisine, Masalas and Pastes. Understanding Commodities and Their Usage in Indian Kitchen. Basic Indian Cravies House Keeping Outlines of duties & function of staff, organizational chart. Importance of housekeeping department, principles of cleaning, types of rooms / beds, areas of responsibility, lost & found, room status. Daily cleaning of guestrooms & bathrooms, evening services, cleaning of vacant room, daily cleaning of public areas, cleaning agents & equipment. Interdepartmental co-operation, maids trolley, housekeeping report, interior decoration & flower arrangement. Interdepartmental co-operation, maids trolley, housekeeping report, interior decoration & flower arrangement. Cookery & Bakery An ideal career course in which housewife, hotelier, caterer and student; all can utilize their creative talents. This course provides a stimulus to candidates to work independently and earn a good income. Soup: types of soups, important points to remember when making soups Gravies: different types of gravies and their preparations Rice: points to note when making rice dishes Cakes: different types of cakes and icing, different methods of making cakes Breads: methods of making bread Salads: types of salads, parts of salads Sandwich: types of sandwiches, methods of making sandwiches. Practicals: Soups, chicken, biryani, vegetable dishes, cakes and icing bread and sandwich. Principals of Management Basics of management: definitions, planning, hierarchy of objectives, management by objectives, management by exceptions. Organizing: nature of organizing, formal and informal organizational structure and process of organizing, authority and responsibility, decision making. Staffing & Directing: purpose of staffing, recruitment and selection, training and development, performance appraisal, principals of direction, leadership, motivation, communication. Controlling: concept of management control, nature of control, needs for control, significance and limitations of control, types of control, process of control, control techniques. Entry Requirements 18 years of age with successfully completed 12 (10+2) year secondary education. Please note that students must be at least 18 years of age to commence an industry internship. Hospitality orientation and good personality. Please contact the Admissions Office for details. We will be happy if you can also Be committed to academics and practical learning and your own personal development Be motivated towards a future career at a supervisory level in the international hospitality industry Demonstrate curiosity, tolerance, and open-mindedness toward other cultures Set yourself realistic goals for your time at GSIHM in India The course includes 20% of theory and 80% of practice.(Weekly practical trainings and 3 semesters of paid internships in hotel industry in India, Russia, Dubai) During the course you will get knowledge about common structure of hotel: 1) Food and Beverage Division Departments: Kitchen, Restaurant, Bar, Banquets, Room service, Disco, Bakery and Confectionery, Delicatessen 2) Accommodation Division Departments: Front-office, House-keeping, Health club, Laundry, Hotel engineering , Landscape, Gardening. 3) Staff Administration Division Departments: Human Resourses, Sales and Marketing, Finance and accounts, Information technology, Security Practical Trainings in Goa - Resort Facility Practical trainings in Goa are organized in Resorte Marinha Dourada. Resort is located in the scenic village of Arpora just minutes away from the famous Baga beach. Very quiet and green place. The resort has been awarded the Thomson Holidays, U.K. Gold Award for Best Accomodation. Resort Marinha Dourada houses a spa, an outdoor pool and a gym, wedding&banquet parties, health&beauty health club. Guests can play a giant game of chess, or go boating at the lake. The resort’s open-air restaurant serves Indian and Continental dishes, accompanied by views of the landscaped grounds. Future in hotel industry after graduation in India and abroad: Business in hotel, Restaurants, Business in Banquets, Business in hotel masnagement institutes/colleges, Business in Lodging, Business in indoor and outdoor Catering and industrial catering, Management of hotels. Jobs: In Cruise Liners In 3,5,7 star hotels As a ship cook Air hostess/air purser Positions: Casino general manager Hotels general manager Hotel operations manager F&B director Accommodations director Executive chef Restaurant manager Front office manager Executive house keeper Classes and practical trainings will be held in Mumbai or in Panjim (Goa). Enrollment open for April, July, September and January. College timing – Monday – Friday from 11 am to 4 pm We have a team of qualified international teachers for hotel and hospitality management Internship We have structured our courses to combine theory and practical based learning with the flexibility to earn while you are studying. The internship periods are an integral part of the study program. Each year includes a three to six-months internship in Goa or Mumbai. Objective of industrial training is to provide students the feel of the actual working environment and to gain practical knowledge and skills, which in turn will motivate, develop and build their confidence. Industrial training is also expected to provide the students the basis to identify their key operational area of interest. Internships for students are organized in different hotels in Goa, including luxury hotels like Taj, Marriot, ITC, Hyatt and others. Hotels, restaurants and other touristic facilities are demanding international professionals. Internship place depends on results of candidate`s job interviews in hotels. Trainees will be appreciated by the results of the industrial training. [-]

2-year Culinary Arts Diploma

HRC Academy
Campus Full time 2 years March 2017 Bulgaria Sofia

HRC Culinary Academy offers an integrated 2-year culinary degree program in a modular design, created by top international chefs and the best educators complete with an internship in the USA. [+]

HRC Culinary Academy offers an integrated 2-year culinary degree program in a modular design, created by top international chefs and the best educators. Our total immersion hands-on instruction transform students to a professional skill level in no time. You will develop a command of both classic and contemporary culinary methods and techniques, created by HRC in a unique series of hands-on classes. You will prepare and understand the many global cuisines that drive today’s industry. But cooking is not all that it takes to become a great Chef: You will expand your horizon by learning new business skills during classes like Management and Leadership, cost control, food photography, nutrition and food safety. After four intense semesters at HRC Culinary Academy you are awarded a valuable diploma in culinary arts. Tuition fees include course materials, books, ingredients, industry placement services. - Semester 1 HRC Culinary Academy Sofia - Semester 2 First Intership in Europe, Middle East and South Africa - Semester 3 HRC Culinary Academy Sofia - Semester 4 Final Internship in USA & Worldwide [-]

Diploma of Hospitality - Incorporating Certificate III and IV in Commercial Cookery

Front Cooking School
Campus Full time 100 weeks November 2017 Australia Melbourne

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a manager in any hospitality functional area. This individual would possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and be able to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and/or the work of their team. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. This qualification provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent as a manager in any hospitality functional area. This individual would possess a sound theoretical knowledge base and be able to use a range of specialised, technical or managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate their own work and/or the work of their team. Work would be undertaken in various hospitality settings, such as restaurants, hotels, catering operations, motels, clubs, pubs, cafes and coffee shops. Expected Outcomes After completing a Diploma of Hospitality you can continue your studies in a Advanced Diploma of Hospitality. Entry Requirements Completion of Year 12 or above IELTS 5.5 or equivalent Study Programme Full time studies over 2 years. The studies include some online modules and work placed training. Method and delivery Classroom based learning, online learning and work-based training. Assessment methods The assessment methods consist of Written Work Questioning Practical Demonstration Class Activities Career prospects Individuals with this qualification are able to perform roles such as: managing a department in a large hospitality enterprise managing a small hospitality enterprise Possible job titles include: restaurant manager kitchen manager front office manager housekeeper chef sous chef gaming manager motel manager unit manager (catering operations) Registration Front Cooking School is a division of Acknowledge Education Pty Ltd, a Registered Training Organisation with the Australian Skills Quality Authority. [-]

Restaurant Management

SWISSAM Hospitality Business School
Campus Full time 2 semesters February 2017 Russia St. Petersburg

This program is designed for those who want to open their own restaurant business (café, restaurant, bar, catering company), or wants to improve work within the existing enterprise: the present or future restaurateurs and managers, chefs and pastry chef. [+]

This program is designed for those who want to open their own restaurant business (café, restaurant, bar, catering company), or wants to improve work within the existing enterprise: the present or future restaurateurs and managers, chefs and pastry chef. Training is conducted on business-school program SWISSAM - with the participation of leading Russian experts with extensive practical experience in the restaurant business. Program aims to change the application and entrepreneurial nature. Graduates of the program receive a diploma SWISSAM Diploma in Restaurant Management. Syllabus The program starts 2 times a year: February, September. Career prospects: Restaurant manager The control bar Managing cafeteria Managing a catering company Restaurateur Restaurant consulting [-]

Diploma in Hotel Management

Les Roches International School of Hotel Management - Marbella, Spain
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Spain Marbella

This 3-year Hotel Management Diploma Program is open to students, ages 18 or over, who have completed a full secondary education. It is designed to provide fast track access to entry-level [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. This 3-year Hotel Management Diploma Program is open to students, ages 18 or over, who have completed a full secondary education. It is designed to provide fast track access to entry-level employment. It alternates between 3 semesters of intensive academic study at the school, and 3 semesters completing professional supervised internships at hotels and hospitality establishments in Spain and abroad. The Hotel Management Diploma program is delivered entirely in English. Coursework focuses on administration and management, culinary arts, and guest relations. Students have progression opportunity towards a bachelor degree within the institution. INTAKES: JAN./FEB. AND JUL./AUG. Craft-Based Learning Managers who have done their subordinates’ jobs, know exactly what it involves and therefore have a real advantage. At Les Roches Marbella we ensure that our students are well-trained in Kitchen, Service and Rooms Division. These three areas are taught outside a traditional class environment as students learn by doing. This learning style is called hands-on or craft-based learning. Hands-on learning is critical to gain the knowledge and skills you need to lead a hospitality organization in the future. This is the part of the program that many students enjoy most, where they learn leadership skills and build confidence. The kitchens, dining rooms and rooms division areas are equipped exactly as they would be in a top hotel or restaurant. This is the perfect opportunity to learn how to work effectively in a team and learn to communicate between your fellow students and faculty before going on your first internship. Admission Requirements 1) Normally 18 years old and above. Students can be under that age provided they are 18 years old by the time they start their 1st internship. 2) A completed application form or submitted online application with all pertinent attachments and a non-refundable application fee of 300 Euros. 3) An official copy of your High School Diploma or equivalent. Students must have completed their full higher secondary education (IB, A Levels, 2º Bachillerato, Abitur, Baccaulareate, Gymnasium, or the High School Diploma) or at least six years of secondary education and provide evidence, supported by complete information on the school, including school transcript and/or certificate of public examination (including an explanatory note of the grading system). 4) A complete CV, Pre-Study Plan (a brief essay stating the reasons why you choose to study Hospitality Management at Les Roches Marbella.) and Post Study Plan (stating your future professional goals after graduating). 5) If English is not your mother tongue or if you have not spent the last 3 years in an English-taught school, please enclose one of the following official certificates and scores: - TOEFL: minimum score of 500 points for the paper based test or 61 IBT. - Cambridge First Certificate Exam (FCE): grade C - Please also send the statement of results with your detailed profile. - IELTS: Academic Module minimum Overall Band Score 5.0 and min. 5.0 for each part (listening, reading, writing, speaking). - All English certificates must have been issued in the last 12 months prior to admission. If on application, your official English test results are not available, applicants will be required to take the Les Roches Marbella English entrance exam, and provide your official English results thereafter. 6) A valid medical certificate. Please note: the admissions requirements are guidelines and are subject to change at any time. Please note: the admissions requirements are guidelines and are subject to change at any time. [-]

Diploma in International Hotel Management

Les Roches Jin Jiang International Hotel Management College
Campus Full time 5 semesters September 2017 China Shanghai

Our industry-focused program delivered in English is designed to lead students through the numerous facets of hospitality by developing their operational, administrative and managerial [+]

Our industry-focused program delivered in English is designed to lead students through the numerous facets of hospitality by developing their operational, administrative and managerial expertise, with a particular focus on business leadership skills. We achieve this careful balance by interlocking academic and guided hands-on learning.

The undergraduate program is ideal for high school graduates aged 18 years and over. The student can enroll at 17 years old but must be 18 years old to go for internship. Graduates of the Les Roches Jin Jiang Diploma in International Hotel Management can apply to study further for degree completion at our Les Roches sister campuses in Switzerland and Spain, and the partner institution in the USA.... [-]


Culinary and Hospitality Internship

Culinary Institute of Israel
Campus Full time 5 months March 2017 Israel Beersheba

Intern at 4 or 5 star hotels in Israel's tourist hotspot on the Red Sea: Eilat . Everything you need to so you can focus on making the most from your professional internship and academic learning is provided for you. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. All-Inclusive & Worry-Free Intern at 4 or 5 star hotels in Israel's tourist hotspot on the Red Sea: Eilat . Everything you need to so you can focus on making the most from your professional internship and academic learning is provided for you: Accommodation $200 monthly stipend Three meals a day at hotel Wi-fi at accommodation City bus-pass Academic studies / Culinary Certification Internship placement Uniform to wear while interning Tours in Israel & City Tours 'Soft Landing' orientation of Israeli life 24/7 advisor and more! Academic Excellence & Practicum The program covers six days of activities per week, where two days are dedicated to academic studies and four days to professional internships. At the end of the 5 months internship and semester, you qualify for 14 academic credits from Ben Gurion University in Eilat. There's an alternative track for culinary students who wish to train and gain certification in Israeli, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Cuisine, which include Kosher Cooking and Middle-Eastern cuisine. The program also includes workshops and seminars in the world of culinary and hospitality, as well as introductions to all facets of running a large 4-5-star hotel. You'll also spend some time learning about and touring Israel. Ready to start? The Lirom academic study and internship program is intended for students in the field of Hospitality/Tourism/Culinary arts/Lodging. You must have completed at least 1 year of study to quality. The classes are taught in English, and students will require an Israeli Student Visa. Internship start dates: Spring 2017 Starts March & August 2017 Price: $1,500 USD application fee, covers the price of the entire program. [-]

NSIA Diploma in Hospitality Management

NSIA - The Professional Hospitality Academy
Campus Full time 2 years January 2017 New Zealand Auckland

Graduates will have an overall understanding of key aspects of the hospitality industry, including in-depth knowledge in food and beverage products, host responsibilities, kitchen commodities, catering utilities, and hospitality management. [+]

Level 5 Graduates will have an overall understanding of key aspects of the hospitality industry, including in-depth knowledge in food and beverage products, host responsibilities, kitchen commodities, catering utilities, and hospitality management. They will also receive training in food safety, supervision, customer service, food and beverage service, hospitality operation, and staffing skills and knowledge required for leadership roles in the hospitality industry. Graduates may enter directly into the workforce or may consider further study at higher levels in Hospitality or Hotel Management. Why Study at NSIA Award Winning Training Large commercial training kitchens Onsite training restaurant and café Real work environment facilities NZQA Accredited Courses London City & Guilds qualifications Skilled and passionate tutors Job experience while you are studying Industry links Work experience programmes 2016 INTAKE DATES January 25th April 18th July 11th October 3rd [-]

Diploma of Business in Hotel Management

Australian School of Management
Campus Full time 1 year February 2017 Australia Melbourne Perth + 1 more

If you want to thrive in the fast-paced world of hospitality and tourism, our course is the perfect way to advance your skills and gain essential knowledge that will help you excel in the industry. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Overview If you want to thrive in the fast-paced world of hospitality and tourism, our course is the perfect way to advance your skills and gain essential knowledge that will help you excel in the industry. This 1-year course features 8 units designed to give you a broad understanding of many concepts that directly apply to business and hospitality, so you can feel prepared to step into a position in a hotel or resort setting. The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management gives you the option of advancing to the second year of the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management or Associate Degree of Business in Hotel Management, so you can manage your education in a way that suits you and tackle your studies step by step. The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management at ASM is the key to making a start in your dream job - are you ready to take this opportunity? Let the Diploma of Business from ASM open new doors in your life! Course Structure The Diploma of Business in Hotel Management at ASM is a higher education diploma consisting of 8 business units, covering various disciplines such as Management, Accounting, Organisational Behaviour and Leadership, as well as two key Hotel Management major units. Duration: 1 year Units: 8 units 6 core units (54 Credit Points) 2 major units (18 Credit Points) Course Requirements: 72 credit points Delivery Modes:Campus: Perth (Domestic and international students) Melbourne (Domestic and international students) Online: Study anywhere, anytime online (Domestic students and offshore international students only) Degree Units Diploma Units MGT106 Contemporary Communications for Organisations (Core) MGT102 Management Principles (Core) MKT101 Marketing Principles and Practices (Core) MGT107 Digital Literacy and Social Media (Core) ACC101 Introductory Accounting (Core) ITT101 Management Information Systems (Core) HOT101 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management (Major) HOT102 Food and Beverage Service (Major) Graduate Testimonial “Studying with ASM gave me the freedom to be who I want to be and learn in a way that was right for me. I’m so grateful for the support I received and for all that I have learned. My time at ASM has been the highlight of my life so far and I will never forget this experience.” Kittipon Bunraksa Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management Admission Requirements The Australian School of Management (ASM) upholds the principle that all applicants seeking to enrol are treated fairly and equitably. To ensure this, ASM has open, fair, clear and transparent student selection and admissions procedures. Applicants will be selected through the merit based admission requirements detailed below. Applicants for ASM degrees are required to meet at least one of the following entry requirements: Successful completion of Year 12 (with ATAR) or equivalent; or Satisfactory completion of an approved Tertiary Preparation Program, Tertiary Orientation Program, or a Foundation Year Program offered by an accredited institution of higher education (“satisfactory completion” means with at least a “Pass” grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or “Competency Achieved” if a VET pathway has been undertaken); or Satisfactory completion of one year of accredited full-time study at an institute of tertiary education (“satisfactory completion” means with at least a “Pass” grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or “Competency Achieved” if a VET pathway has been undertaken); or Having reached the age of 21 (Mature Age Entry) and possessing an employment background deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager / Dean such as to give the applicant reasonable prospects for completing the degree (“suitable employment background” means 3 or more years of supervisory or management experience in Business or Hotel Management); or Having reached a standard of education deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager / Dean as to be the equivalent of completion of Year 12 (with ATAR). In addition, all students must be 18 years of age or over at the time that they commence the degree for which they have applied. English Requirements International students whose first language is not English must demonstrate competency in the English language. English proficiency can be demonstrated by providing proof of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall test result of 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) or equivalent. Other acceptable evidence of English proficiency includes: Completion of secondary education undergraduate degree via the medium of English; or Successful completion of Year 12 secondary schooling in Australia (minimum of 1 school year to be completed in Australia within the last 2 years); or Successful completion of an Australian qualification recognised as at least AQF Certificate IV (minimum period of study of 1 school year within the last 2 years); or Successful completion of a Tertiary Studies Foundation Program (minimum period of study of 1 school year); or International students who do not meet the specified English proficiency requirements can undertake an ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students program prior to undertaking the course at ASM; or Pearson Test of English Academic (Pearson); or Cambridge English (Advanced) from Cambridge ESOL (Cambridge). Applicants who do not meet the above requirements may enrol in the Full-time General English course at the Australian English Language Centre. This course meets the requirements for a student visa. [-]

Diploma in Hotel Management

HELP University
Campus Full time 2 years August 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

People travelling for business or leisure reasons look for a “home away from home” when they travel. Therefore, good food and a secure and restful accommodation can go a long way towards making people enjoy traveling. [+]

People travelling for business or leisure reasons look for a “home away from home” when they travel. Therefore, good food and a secure and restful accommodation can go a long way towards making people enjoy traveling. Lodging managers ensure that guests’ needs are taken care of by providing amenities like television and fitness rooms, and making sure everything is kept in order. Lodging managers work at all kinds of establishments, from traditional hotels to camping areas, inns, motels, ranches and resorts. Lodging managers have many different duties as well. They may also provide services for business travellers like helping arrange conferences and providing meeting rooms and electronic equipment. The HELP CAT Department of Hospitality, consisting of the Centre of Culinary Entrepreneurship and the Centre of Hotel Management, conducts diploma programmes in culinary arts and hotel management. The industry strives to ensure high levels of satisfaction for temporary space to travellers in the form of hotels, resorts, clubs, restaurants, cruise lines, contract catering, retail outlets, fast food restaurants, suites and residences. Traditional roles are in front office, housekeeping, guest services and sales. Features A unique approach in teaching and learning hotel management Prepares highly adaptable students for the fast changing trends in the hospitality industry Provides high quality teaching and learning Teaching equipment with state-of-the-art technology Highly experienced faculty with proven industrial, professional and academic track records 60% practical training + 40% management know how = highly capable and employable graduates Small classes for a better learning environment Teaching Strategies For subjects requiring the acquisition of skills, such as restaurant and bar operations, a modular method of teaching and learning is adopted. For each practical subject, students will learn the techniques in a laboratory setting, where they will have an opportunity to improve their effectiveness and efficiency before applying them in actual service settings. With a low lecturer-student ratio for practical and theory classes, our lecturers are able to spend time with each individual student, giving timely feedback and facilitating the acquisition and mastery of knowledge, efficient skills and professional attitudes. An integrated broad-based “learning by doing” experience, an experience based approach, with a career-focused curriculum is adopted to enable students to gain real-world experience. As such our students are trained to think critically, communicate effectively and manage professionally. Students benefit from the most comprehensive and advanced state-of-the-art learning resources and support facilities. There are well equipped kitchens, training restaurants, a mock-up front office and a housekeeping suite. They are also introduced to e-Learning as part of their learning environment to enhance communication and sharing of information. Internship provides students with hands-on experiential learning in related industries. This provides them with the opportunity to put their learning into practice. The students will be able to develop their technical skills in a work environment and to learn the skills of a supervisory and managerial level. It also prepares them for future careers and enhances their employability. Duration of Study : 2 years and a 4-month internship Intakes : January, April, August [-]

Diploma in Adventure Tourism

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 1 year February 2017 New Zealand Rotorua + 1 more

Learn the skills required for guiding adventure tourism ventures. In particular, the specialist areas are: rafting skills; sea kayaking; ropes; anchors and rope skills; mountain skills and trip leadership skills. [+]

Best Diploma Programs in Tourism and Hospitality 2017. Programme aim This diploma provides students with the knowledge and skills required for guiding adventure tourism ventures. In particular, the specialist areas are: rafting skills; sea kayaking; ropes; anchors and rope skills; mountain skills and trip leadership skills. Award information Included qualifications To achieve the award of the Diploma in Adventure Tourism students must pass a total of 120 credits, including: 60 compulsory credits; 30 credits from the Options List; and 30 elective credits at Level 4 or above. Knowledge and skills you will gain Graduates will be able to: competently raft guide at Grade 2 and/or 3; undertake the external examination for sea kayaking instructor level; apply the base skills required to pathway to mountain industry, including rope systems; perform ambulance and ski-level pre-hospital emergency care; accomplish leadership tasks including risk management, environmental judgements and business start up; perform outdoor activities with an understanding of the impacts of adventure tourism in terms of cultural and historical aspects and also legislative regulations; and pursue an area of interest. Entry criteria Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations. [-]