Start your Bachelor in Hospitality Management
Working in hospitality can be demanding: it’s often not a typical 9-5 desk job, but a seven days a week, 365 days a year effort, with peaks and flows between seasons and times of year. But that’s a big part of what makes a career in hospitality management so interesting – there are constant challenges and new opportunities to improve, and no two days are the same.
In this Bachelor’s degree programme in Hospitality Management, you’ll learn about business fundamentals and how they apply specifically to the hospitality sector. Learn how to plan a budget, organise and optimise workflows and develop your skills as a specialist. Upon graduation, you can use your skills successfully in many different elements of the hospitality and guest service world, from hotels and restaurants to casinos, cruise lines or event agencies.
Your degree summed up
Online studies and myStudies
Different time models
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Currently in the process of being accredited
English language skills
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The costs of your studies are usually tax-deductible
Available from, 01.09.2022 (English, 180 ECTS)
This programme is still in the process of accreditation. We are expecting Ministry approval at the very latest by the start of the study programme. So far, all IU programmes have been accredited and approved successfully on time.
Available for Online studies or myStudies
This study programme is available either exclusively online or in the myStudies model – where you can combine online studies and on-campus studies in Germany, in our campuses in Berlin and Bad Honnef. Study in groups with other students, kick-start your career in Europe’s largest economy and enjoy a unique mix of freedom and structure.
For more details about the different study models offered at IU International University of Applied Sciences, visit our study models page.
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