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This is a multi disciplinary course validated by London Metropolitan University. The course integrates academic and work-based learning and is intended to equip you with the vocational skills, competencies and knowledge relevant to your future career in the hospitality industry.

As well as studying topics such as front of house, rooms divisions and operations, food and beverage operations, marketing, and customer relationship management, you will also learn about other important aspects of the hospitality industry including finance and human resource management.

You’ll be trained on MICROS software and hardware – a property management and computer reservation system used to book guest services and record sales. You’ll learn to use MICROS for both front and back office tasks such as placing food orders from customers and recording menu sales.

Guest speakers from the food, beverage, conference, banqueting, and recruitment fields will share their expertise, and educational visits to various hotels offering a range of guest experiences will also be provided.

This is a multi disciplinary course validated by London Metropolitan University. The course integrates academic and work-based learning and is intended to equip you with the vocational skills, competencies and knowledge relevant to your future career in the hospitality industry. As well as studying topics such as front of house, rooms divisions and operations, food and beverage...

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Entry Requirements

Prospective students will be required to produce a minimum of 4 GSCE at minimum C grade. Foreign students will be required to compare their qualifications through UK NARIC.

Additional requirements:

  • 160 points UCAS in A Level
  • BTEC National Diploma
  • BTEC National Certificate
  • A recognised Access to Higher Education Certificate in a related field or equivalent

Students whose first language is not English will be required to produce:

  • 5.5 IELTS
  • 79 TOEFL (internet-based)

All applicants may be asked to sit entry test(s).

In exceptional circumstances, candidates with lower qualifications and suitable industrial or external experience in Business disciplines may be registered as a student of Foundation Degree.

Accredited Prior Learning (APL) and Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) is permitted, in line with the University's regulations.

In addition to entry requirements above, the College must comply with its Policy and Procedures and other regulatory bodies requirements in relation to entry and admission processes.

The College's Recruitment, Selection and Admission Policy can be found under the following link: Recruitment, Selection and Admission Policy

Prospective students will be required to produce a minimum of 4 GSCE at minimum C grade. Foreign students will be required to compare their qualifications through UK NARIC. Additional requirements: 160 points UCAS in A Level BTEC National Diploma BTEC National Certificate A recognised Access to Higher Education...

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