The Master’s in Global Hospitality Management at Schellhammer Business School builds on our years of dedication to the business world and adds a strong specialization to the core fields of Hospitality.
Students on this Master’s program will delve into the Global Hospitality Management essentials, including Rooms Division & Operational Management, Food & Beverage Administration as well as Tourism Marketing, without losing sight of the challenges of Sustainability in the Tourism sector and the core knowledge about the Architecture of the Mind and Consumer Behaviour.
With a strong focus on developing strong creative, critical and analytical thinking skills the Master in Global Hospitality Management at Schellhammer Business School provides a stepstone to a career with highest responsibilities in the Hospitality Industry on a global scale.
Whether you are looking to enhance your skills and move your career to the next level with a outlook towards the upcoming decades or keen on boosting yourself to start your own hospitality business, this is a Master program that covers all the options.
Series of modules, seminars and workshops covering the following topics:
1. Global Strategies of Negotiation
2. Ethics & Philosophical Anthropology
3. Industrial Visits & Critical Analysis
4. Rooms Division & Operational Management
5. Consumer Behaviour
6. Human Resources in the Hospitality Industry
7. Sustainability in Business
8. Leadership & Management for Change
9. Delusions & Realities
10. State of Humanity and the Planet
11. Food & Beverage Administration
12. Architecture of the Mind
13. Conceptual & Strategic Global Solutions
14. Tourism Marketing
15. Concepts of Personal Development
16. Final Research Paper
Please note that subjects offered may vary from the published list and are revised periodically to ensure maximum relevance to the related industry and business world. Language classes are based on demand (minimum five students) per level and must be chosen prior to the start of the semester.
Course Code: MBA-200
Course Duration: 1 academic year
Semester 1: October / Semester 2: February
ECTS (European Credit Transfer System): 90