The growth of the hospitality industry has raised employment opportunities with career advancement in a number of areas, chiefly the specialised area of Hotel Management. To work within this sector you will need excellent interpersonal skills and a sharp understanding of marketing and public relations.
Hotel Management courses in the UK focus on core hotel management subjects and topics such as strategic issues, business competencies, accounting, finance, marketing, operations, public relations, administration and management. Based in the broader hospitality and tourism sector, your studies will improve your knowledge on all areas of the industry including client focusing scenarios, hotels, restaurants, cruise ships, amusement parks, destination marketing organisations, convention centres and country clubs.
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The hospitality industry continues to grow globally and is in constant need of qualified people. Studying Hotel Management in the UK will give you the necessary background for a large range of high-level careers in a competitive market.
Hotel Management graduates go on to begin careers in tourism consultancy, event management, operations management, marketing, conference and banqueting management, travel agent or holiday representative at an overseas resort.
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Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best universities in UK for Masters in Hotel Management, find details on the top ranking Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism universities in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020 below:
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