The Masters of Arts in Entrepreneurship for the Global Hospitality and Tourism Industry provides a contemporary curriculum preparing graduates for employment and work in today’s global environment. Accredited by University of Derby, students will graduate ready to launch and maintain a sustainable and profitable business within a challenging global environment.
The programme of the Bachelor of International Business in Hotel and Tourism Management (recognised by Canton of Valais) has a strong professional focus for students seeking a career in international hospitality and tourism management. Students combine practical courses and management subjects with the development of a personalized business plan in the final year. Qualifications have been designed to deliver an appropriate blend of skills and knowledge in academic disciplines, professional hospitality and tourism management and personal and social development.
The Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Business Management is awarded by Washington State University (WSU) and requires students to achieve a minimum of 2.50 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) after Term 4 to apply for this qualification. The same CGPA is required at the end of Term 8 to be awarded the WSU degree. Those who do not have a 2.50 CGPA but are above the César Ritz pass grade will be awarded a Bachelor of International Business in Hotel and Tourism Management.