MSc International Hospitality and Events Management

1 TO 2 YEARS
Part 1 - MSc in Hospitality and Events Management
Professional practice CHF 2,212 (optional)

Part 1 - MSc

in Hospitality and Events Management

22 Weeks

This MSc programme, offered by IMI, is suitable for those with a Bachelor’s degree qualification but limited work experience. Focusing on key strategic management skills in the hospitality and events industries, the programme offers a broad insight into operational management, planning and strategy within the international arena. There is the opportunity to undertake paid work placements, either in Switzerland or internationally, on completion of the study semesters, offering the chance for CV-enhancing, practical experience in the industry. This programme offers the perfect blend of theoretical competencies and practical insight for those looking to develop as managers in either of these international fields.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in any discipline
  • English proficiency: 6.0 IELTS or equivalent

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Award

  • MSc in International Hospitality and Events Management, awarded by IMI, Switzerland
  • Executive Diploma in International Hospitality and Events Management, awarded by the Confederation of Tourism & Hospitality, UK

Core units: 105 credits
Credits: 10

An investigation and analysis of contemporary strategic management through an examination of external and internal influences on the organisation of companies in the hospitality industry. Students analyse competitive forces and dynamics in successful corporate ventures through business and corporate level strategies.

Credits: 10

This unit engages students in international hospitality operations management based on industry case studies with a specific focus on the management of food and beverage, rooms divisions and ICT departments as well as an overview of key aspects of HR departments.

Credits: 20

This unit offers an overview of the creation of a new brand or business from the initial idea, through to the planning, introduction to market and actualisation. Case studies examine innovative entrepreneurs who have successfully grown global corporations and businesses.

Credits: 20

This unit focuses on the structure and organisation of the events industry and the operational knowledge required for the management of events through their various stages.

Credits: 15

This unit examines the organisation, management and running of international conference events with a focus on the latest trends seen in the industry.

Credits: 20

A critical assessement of the important role of financial and revenue management for international events firms. Key financial management concepts are examined with emphasis placed on pricing, investments, financial planning, performance and reporting, indicators, capital structure management and revenue management.

Credits: 10

Examining the operations of Human Resource teams across global companies with a specific focus on the Events industry.

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