MBA International Hospitality Management

The programme details below will be applicable from August 2019 onwards. Students starting their MBA programme in an earlier term should refer to this document for the course structure.

1 TO 2 YEARS
Semester 2 - MBA in International Hospitality Management
Professional practice CHF 2,212 (optional)

Students can undertake up to 44 weeks of work placements in Switzerland on completion of this programme.

Semester 2 - MBA

in International Hospitality Management

1 - 1.5 Years

This prestigious MBA, validated by Manchester Met., combines all the traditional elements of an MBA programme but with a strong focus on hospitality. The programme's objective is to equip students with the skills necessary for senior level management in the hospitality industry by focusing on those subjects that relate to the internationalisation of hotel and hospitality companies. The core focus is on strategic management with subjects covering strategy, finance, marketing, leadership and innovation. Students should have a good Bachelors degree and normally about 3 years work experience.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in any discipline
  • Appropriate level of professional experience in any area (not limited to hospitality)
  • English proficiency: 6.5 IELTS or equivalent

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Award

  • MBA in International Hospitality Management, awarded by IMI, Switzerland
  • MBA in International Hospitality Management, awarded by Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Core units: 70 credits
Credits: 60

The unit refers to a self managed process of systematic academic enquiry in international hospitality management. Transferable skills in research and project management will be developed with research conducted arround the world. Normally students can egange in empirical or consultancy-based research in the wider spectrum of hospitality.

Credits: 10

Corporate ethics and responsibility is a key consideration for global facing businesses. This unit reviews the latest sustainability theories, trends and practices through relevant case studies on sustainable business operations, development and branding with a strong focus on the hospitality sector.

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