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2. There are increasingly few skilled staff in the industry.

Despite the huge growth in the Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism industry, recent reports from some regions have highlighted the lack of skilled staff to fill the vacancies. Perhaps the sector is growing so fast that it's creating jobs it can't suitably fill, but either way, having a degree in the subject can only be a good thing. If employers are struggling to find individuals with the necessary skills and education to work in the sector, then what better way to impress them than with a relevant undergraduate qualification?

3. Opportunities to travel.

The beauty of Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism is that no matter where you are in the world, the industry has a place. Whether you choose to work in hotels, events, attractions, or anywhere else in the sector, there are always jobs available to Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism graduates. However, it's not just graduates that get the chance to travel. Many university courses offer a year studying or working abroad, providing even more opportunities for you to see the world.

4. Transferable skills.

Many courses in Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation & Tourism, particularly those with a specific focus on management, will encapsulate the learning of business skills. This knowledge can be used in careers far beyond those related to the degree, especially given the degree's focus on service. Service is increasingly important in global markets, so graduates from a highly service-oriented degree are all set to have an immediate advantage over the competition.


You can start any movement, any time, any day, of the years, that are not regarded to sementer. All our programmes duration base on thesame time.

Enhance your career prospects with an excellent masters qualification specialising in Hospitality and Tourism and management Build on existing management skills to strengthen your personal performance and benefit your organisation
Put Hospitality and Tourism theory into real practice with an exciting Business Innovation Project.

BSc (Minimum 12 months, maximum three years)
MSc (Minimum 12 months, maximum two years)

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Our programmes divided into three segement;

   1. Certificate of Higher Education in {YOUR CHOOSEN PROGRAMS}. First Year
   2. Diploma of Higher Education in {YOUR CHOOSEN PROGRAMS}. Second year
   3. Bachelor's of Science in {YOUR CHOOSEN PROGRAMS}. Third Year for the THESIS

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These programmes are available for 2years but you can study and finish the program at your own pace.

The School Of Hospitality & Tourism Management is recognized by the industry as a global leader in hospitality management education. Our students leave here with the professional skills to lead some of the major corporations or manage the strong demands of their own enterprise.

One of the best ways to learn a job is by actually doing it, so we offer field education placements in most of our programs to ensure you get real experience and are workplace ready. The relationships we've established with leading industry partners provide students with local, international and work study abroad learning opportunities.

The classes at God Embassy not only began to change my opinion of college life, but also gave me an insight into the world of hotels and hospitality management. From courses relating to the basics of hospitality, to food and beverage tasting/pairing, to the financial and entrepreneurial side of the industry, I dare say my view on hotels and hoteliers has changed day by day - if not course by course. Teachers came from a variety of professional paths to share their knowledge and experience with us; they taught us to provide a service that not only meets customer expectations, but also exceeds those expectations. It is this that my university has taught me, to be different by aiming high and surpassing goals within the work environment. Hence, people who work in this industry must constantly keep up with new client trends and be up-to-date with current events and technologies.

So the question is not “How does a hotel management school prepare students to work in hotels?” but rather “How does a hotel management school help its students innovate the industry?

As the hospitality industry centers upon customer satisfaction, an increasing demand for hotel services requires a supply that will meet these demands. That supply doesn’t focus just on physical properties, electronic devices or transport vehicles - it focalizes on people. Hoteliers, chefs, supervisors, etc. must be trained with both in-the-field experience and proper management education. Returning to the earlier question, it becomes clear that hospitality management education must help students to not only learn about the operational aspects of hotels and restaurants, it must teach them to contribute to the evolution and innovation of this industry.

Here are four main things that hospitality management schools do differently from other universities:

1. Experienced faculty and industry leaders:

For a starter, this industry is run by experienced professionals in the field and so are our courses. Most professors that teach in a hotel schools come from a real-life environment and bring years of experience into the classroom along with their teachings, thoughts and advice for future use. In an industry where hands-on experience and practice are crucial, it is important to note that relating practice to management theory in an academic environment contributes greatly to future development of students.

2. Hospitality students have access to mostly everything there is to know about the industry:

Through modern class-rooms, countless books and research journals, seminars, company visits (for recruitment purposes) and on-campus training in various food and beverage outlets and service areas, students gain a brief introduction to the industry standards and codes of professionalism.

3. Experiential learning and application:

During studies in a hotel management school, students are required to apply their knowledge and complete professional internships. Fortunately, the choice of internships is as varied as the industry itself. Some students may choose this work experience based on the company that is hiring, geographical location, culture and language, opportunity for career advancement later on, etc. Within the hospitality management program at God Embassy, students complete at least two internships of approximately six months in length. This experience adds up to one year by graduation, it makes a nice addition to our CVs and helps us to meet the prerequisites for jobs such as Management Training programs and supervisory positions in the industry.

4. Hotel management college & universities open the doors to a wonderful world of career opportunities:

The hospitality industry is growing so fast, with so many new hotels opening around the world; sometimes, graduating students may even end up working for the same company, if not having their offices next to another. During the time here at God Embassy, we make connections with our peers that may continue even after we graduate which translates to connections around the world as we all travel upward and outward in this amazing global industry. And knowing the right people working in the right departments is a major plus for careers in top hotel companies.

In conclusion, hotel management schools, like God Embassy Institute of Higher Education, really help out students when it comes to choosing, training and pursuing their careers in the hospitality world. Apart from courses, interviews and internships, students also learn that as long as they love their work, professional success is sure to follow.
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4 Good Reasons to Hospitality and Tourism Mangement at GETC

1. The chance to join a rapidly growing industry.

Even with the economic crisis that has impacted on many industries in recent years, hospitality and tourism are amongst the fastest growing areas of employment in the world. Some sources estimate that the number of people employed in the industry globally stands at over 100 million, and this doesn't look set to decrease any time soon. In addition, the rewards for talented and focused individuals are high.
Organisations operating in the hospitality sector are in the business of serving people, be that through food, drink, accommodation or a combination these and a range of other services.

Those who work within hospitality, regardless of job function, play an essential role in the overall customer experience. The ability to recognise the role and level of influence that each member of the team has on the customer experience can have a major impact on business prosperity and reputation.

This self-guided course offers useful insight into the learning, training and development needs within the hospitality industry. It highlights the importance of investing in workforce development and the value of staff training along with the benefits of training and development and continuous professional development for organisations and individuals alike.
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