Foundation Year Program in Hospitality

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A foundation year can help students get ready for more intense learning. This year-long program introduces them to higher education and assists them in finishing courses that will get them on the path to their intended field of study.

Students take hospitality management courses to get education in operations and strategy that is tailored to hospitality industries such as tourism, hotels, and restaurants. The most common length of a hospitality management course is one academic term.

 

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Hospitality Foundations Programme

Suzhou Centennial College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 China Suzhou

This Hospitality Foundations program has been specially designed as a pathway to nenable international students to enter the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts and then transition into one of our diploma programs. [+]

Best Course Studies in Hospitality 2017. Credential: Certificate Program Length: 1 year/ 2 semesters This Hospitality Foundations program has been specially designed as a pathway to nenable international students to enter the School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts and then transition into one of our diploma programs. In the Hospitality Foundation courses, you learn both the core job skills required to work in the dynamic hospitality industry as well as the language skills to communicate successfully in English to colleagues, employers and guests. Academic Requirements - Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent documentation/transcripts from country of origin, or mature student status (19 years or older). Note - Applicants to Centennial College post-secondary programs in the areas of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts, with scores of 140 or 141 on the Centennial College English Skills Assessment, are advised to take this program first as a pathway to their program of choice. Additional Requirements - Meet English Requirements for Foundations Programs. - Students will be placed in the appropriate English level based on skills assessment results. This may lead to additional courses and require extra time and fees. Program Highlights - Smaller class sizes allow for more individualized attention. - There is a carefully measured pace to the delivery of this Hospitality Foundations program. - Enjoy specially crafted learning experiences that are delivered by supportive and experienced instructors and professors. - The program places a strong emphasis on the use of English in all of its aspects. - Upon successful... [-]

University of Ulster Foundation Degree Tourism, Hospitality and Events

South Eastern Regional College
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Bangor Downpatrick + 1 more

This programme validated by Ulster University combines knowledge and understanding of Tourism, Hospitality and Events, with the vocational training in these areas. This Foundation Degree is a recognised Higher Education qualification, allowing students to progress to BSc Hons courses or to obtain employment in the Tourism, Hospitality and/or Events sectors. [+]

This programme validated by Ulster University combines knowledge and understanding of Tourism, Hospitality and Events, with the vocational training in these areas. This Foundation Degree is a recognised Higher Education qualification, allowing students to progress to BSc Hons courses or to obtain employment in the Tourism, Hospitality and/or Events sectors. This course offers exciting, modern and engaging content, embracing all three industries; it provides students with the opportunity to appreciate the symbiotic relationship that binds Tourism, Hospitality and Events, while simultaneously acquiring a balanced mix of academic and practical skills. The Foundation Degree also provides students with an opportunity to undertake a structured placement within Tourism, Hospitality and/or Events organisations during the final year of the programme. Placements can be undertaken locally, nationally or internationally. Typically, weekly contact hours are scheduled for a minimum of 17 hours per week per semester. Student workload usually includes 2 to 3 assessments per module, inclusive of both coursework and exams. Students are required to undertake between 20 and 25 self-study hours per week. All staff teaching on the programme hold relevant graduate and post-graduate qualifications, as well as holding significant industry experience. MANDATORY MODULES Mandatory modules may include: Effective Learner Tourism, Hospitality and Events (THE) Industry Foodservice Operations Introduction to Finance Introduction to Human Resource Management Understanding Tourism Introduction to Event Operations Fundamentals of Marketing Tourism Today Contemporary Food and Beverage Supervision Professional Development Work Based Learning This course may grant you privileges as an Associate student of the Ulster University and you... [-]