Swiss Degree in International Hospitality Management

3 TO 4 YEARS
Paid F&B or Housekeeping Internship (Semester 2) CHF 2,179

Paid Culinary Internship (Semester 4) CHF 2,179

Paid Supervisory Internship (Semester 6) CHF 2,179

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in International Hotel and Tourism Management

Bachelor of Arts with Honours

in International Hotel and Tourism Management

22 Weeks

This programme prepares students for the demands of senior management and allows a measure of specialisation in a combination of two fields of study; Hotel and Tourism. The curriculum focuses on the strategic business development of organisations and the Dissertation allows self study and for students to further specialise. This is for students who intend to make their management careers in the industry and wish to be best placed to achieve rapid promotion.

Requirements

  • IMI Higher Diploma, Swiss Professional Degree or equivalent
  • Six months work/internship experience
  • English proficiency: 5.5 IELTS or equivalent

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Award

  • BA with Honours in International Hotel and Tourism Management, awarded by IMI, Switzerland
  • BA with Honours in International Hotel and Tourism Management, awarded by Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Core units: 80 credits
Credits: 10

This unit allows students to reflect on their academic and personal progression and guides them through a professional approach to employment applications, curriculum vitae development and interview skills.

Credits: 10
This unit explores research frameworks and philosophies, methodologies and data analysis techniques to support the various stages of the dissertation writing process.
Credits: 20
This unit exposes students to International Marketing concepts and aims to develop critical understanding of marketing principles and practices in international hospitality and services contexts.
Credits: 40
The dissertation is a sustained, in-depth and independent piece of research into a self-selected topic which reflects the students pathway specialisation. Students are given a supervisor to support the writing of the dissertation and meet regularly with them to receive guidance on the process and feedback on formative submissions.
Pathway units: 40 credits
Credits: 20
Examine how to address the challenges of creating and sustaining competitiveness within hospitality organisations through the mechanisms of both leadership and innovation.
Credits: 20
Analyse tourism planning and development at international level focusing on sustainability. Students enchance the learning with producing in groups a sustainable tourism development project for a given destination.
TESTIMONIALS

"I am a part of all people that I have met."

Jove Schrottmann

from Germany , graduated in 2010

A Boracay resident after high school back in 2006, Jove first joined the Mandala Spa & Villas family by trying his hand at all aspects of the business from front office agent to guest relations officer and as restaurant service staff. Inspired by his father’s vision and legacy, he ventured out into the world by earning not one, but two degrees - finishing with a Bachelor‘s Degree in International Tourism and Events Management at IMI.

Armed with invaluable lessons from the international front, he returned with the greatest lesson of all, which is that we all share the same path. As we learn from every encounter, we must give something of ourselves to each other. As Resort Manager since March 2011, he hopes to share the wellness institution’s soulful healing touch, while inspiring others to live a better life.

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