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International Hospitality Management

Is your career ambition to be at the heart of the international hospitality industry? Do you want to refocus your career or further enhance your career within this thriving and exciting sector of business?

Challenge and maximise your potential with a postgraduate degree from Ulster University's Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Open to graduates of any discipline, you can study this postgraduate degree on a full-time or part-time basis.

The MSc International Hospitality Management postgraduate degree:

  • is designed and delivered by a team of highly-experienced experts
  • allows you to develop a wide range of management, leadership and technological skills in the exciting and developing area of event management
  • is delivered in time efficient three-day blocks
  • provides you with the opportunity to develop your knowledge and explore good practice globally
  • is delivered on the Belfast campus, in the heart of the exciting Cathedral Quarter, renowned for its connections to events, hospitality and tourism
  • is accredited by the Institute of Hospitality, the professional body for managers in the hospitality, tourism and leisure industries

Over twelve months you can gain a career-enhancing postgraduate qualification.

How To Apply

Apply now online for a September 2015 start or get in touch with us if you have any questions or need more information.

Career Paths

Event management is a thriving business area with career opportunities across sectors such as sport, tourism, heritage, hospitality, education

Professional Recognition

This course is accredited by the Institute of Hospitality, the professional body of managers in the hospitality, tourism and leisure industries. Accreditation entitles graduates to apply to the Institute for Associate membership. Graduates with appropriate management experience may be eligible for Member (MIH) grade.

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028 7012 3456
study@ulster.ac.uk