Hospitality Courses(6 courses)
Start an exciting global career in the fast-paced tourism industry by studying a Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management. View course information
Study the Diploma of Hotel Management with The Hotel School and develop important skills that can take you to some of the world's most exciting places View course information
The Graduate Certificate of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School is an essential step on the career path for those hoping to work at higher levels of management within the hotel industry. View course information
The Graduate Diploma of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School covers contemporary leadership techniques in the global hotel and hospitality sectors, and provides a direct entry pathway into the Master of Business in Global Hotel Leadership. View course information
The Master of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School is the ultimate postgraduate qualification for future leaders in the hotel, tourism and leisure industry. View course information
The International Hotel & Tourism Management Program from The Hotel School combines a rigorous academic program with paid internship opportunities to prepare students for management careers in hospitality and tourism. View course information
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Hospitality is a broad and diverse industry that covers a range of services including accommodation, dining, clubs and pubs, events and tourism. It is a career that can literally take you around the globe, and studying an online course in hospitality can act as the perfect first step to get you in the industry.If you like to entertain people and strive to be the host with the most, a career in hospitality could be your calling. The hospitality industry centres around making people feel welcome and providing the perfect environment for them to relax and enjoy themselves. Creating this environment involves providing the best possible customer service and understanding the needs of clients.In every hospitality role, customer service is the main priority. It is just as true for food and beverage attendants, housekeeping attendants and bar staff as it is for maitre d’s, executive chefs and general managers.
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