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Hospitality & Tourism Management

Hospitality and tourism management programmes are professionally designed to suit the emerging needs of the industy, and they are taught by experienced industry practitioners and/or visiting lecturers from the distinguished University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom. Our emphasis on learner-centred teaching aims to stimulate students and give them a global perspective, so that they can widen their horizons and enhance their employabiliity beyond Hong Kong and the region. The comprehensive articulation pathway from Advanced Diploma, top-up Bachelor and further to Master degree in hospitality and tourism education provides the best possible study choices for learners from different academic and professional backgrounds. 

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University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
The Master of Science Tourism and Hospitality Management (Part-time) is offered by HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Plymouth and this degree programme carries the same academic status and recognition as that offered to Plymouth’s on-campus graduates.
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Start To be advised
Duration 18 months
Fee Course Fees: HK$118,000 to be paid in 3 semesters
Alumni Fees#: HK$106,200 to be paid in 3 semesters

# Graduates of Bachelor Programmes of HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Plymouth will enjoy an alumni discount with tuition fee HK$106,200 to be paid in 3 semesters.
(The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Cruise Management (Part-time) is offered by HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Plymouth School of Tourism and Hospitality which is part of the University of Plymouth Faculty of Business. It is an 21-month part-time offshore degree programme which carries the same academic status and recognition as that offered to Plymouth’s on-campus graduates.
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Start 10 APR 2023 (MON)
Duration 21 months
Fee Course Fees: HK$105,000* will be paid in 4 terms (Overnight cruise line field trip are not included in this fee)
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)
University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Hospitality Management (Part-time) is offered by HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Plymouth School of Tourism and Hospitality which is part of the University of Plymouth Faculty of Business. It is an 21-month part-time offshore degree programme which carries the same academic status and recognition as that offered to Plymouth’s on-campus graduates.
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Start 10 APR 2023 (MON)
Duration 21 months
Fee Course Fees: HK$105,000* will be paid in 4 terms
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)
University of Plymouth, United Kingdom
The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Tourism Management (Part-time) is offered by HKU SPACE in collaboration with the University of Plymouth School of Tourism and Hospitality which is part of the University of Plymouth Faculty of Business. It is an 21-month part-time offshore degree programme which carries the same academic status and recognition as that offered to Plymouth’s on-campus graduates.
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Start 10 APR 2023 (MON)
Duration 21 months
Fee Course Fees: HK$105,000* will be paid in 4 terms
(Overnight cruise line field trip where possible are not included in this fee)
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)
Hotel revenue management analytics is cross-functional and cross-disciplinary. Revenue management is key to hotel business because hotel room has fixed capacity, perishable inventory, and time-variable demand. The team of reservation and front desk departments in hotels needs to learn the principles of revenue management regarding how to apply pricing and length-of-stay tools, manage overbooking, forecast demand, and measure the revenue management performance.  Successful revenue management strategies hinge on the ability to forecast demand and to control room availability and length of stay. This practical knowledge also needs to disseminate and communicate to those working in other hotel departments, so that they can collaborate together towards the overall pricing strategies to maximize profitability.
 
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Start 22 MAR 2023 (WED)
Duration 10 weeks
Fee HK$9,000 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

This programme aims to provide students with the basic concepts and knowledge in tourism and hospitality. It covers a wide range of industrial knowledge, including vast majority of business organisations, structures in travel and tourism industries as well as different career pathways in airlines, theme parks, travel agencies, hotels, restaurants, and cruise industry. Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to identify and examine travellers’ purposes of visiting a destination and travellers’ motivations by understanding the industrial trends, statistics, contributing factors and stages in the historical development of tourism. The new travelling modes and experiences in 21st Century as well as the professional ethic consideration will also be discussed via various real-world case studies.

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Start 01 NOV 2023 (WED)
Duration 39 hours
Fee HK$5,200 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

This programme aims to equip the hospitality, tourism and event practitioners with the concepts of marketing. It covers products, pricing, internal marketing strategy (people) and customer satisfaction, promotion, digital marketing strategy, and distribution channels in the tourism, hospitality and event industries. The programme also aims to give students an opportunity to extend their understanding of marketing in the hospitality, tourism and event contexts. It offers a wide range of academic knowledge, including how to examine the marketing environment and its likely impacts, how to access the market segmentation, targeting and positioning strategies in use for the hospitality, tourism and event industries specifically. Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to prepare a marketing plan for the hospitality, tourism and event organisations. 

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Start 01 NOV 2023 (WED)
Duration 39 hours
Fee HK$5,200 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

This programme aims to equip hospitality leaders with a solid knowledge of the management in food and beverages administration and other related products in hotel banqueting and catering in the workplace. It covers basic knowledge of bar management in operations and the advantages and disadvantages of franchise business. Upon the completion of the programme, students will be able to handle different customer service scenarios, draft training plan in restaurant operations and the planning of staff development in food and beverage. This programme develops students’ managerial skills needed in both food and beverage as well as hospitality industries for applying in their workplace or further study. 

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Start 01 MAR 2024 (FRI)
Duration 39 hours
Fee HK$5,200 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

This programme aims to introduce to students an overview of digital technology applications in hospitality, tourism and event industries, including the digital technologies (e.g. ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT), e-booking and e-purchasing) and digital tools (e.g. FaceBook page, YouTube, Twitter and MakeMyTrip.com). It covers how these applications influence the management of international hospitality, tourism and event businesses as well as the characteristics of digital consumers’ decision making.

Upon the completion of the programme, students will learn the contemporary trends in on-line payment, web-marketing, and the importance of web presence for international hospitality, tourism and event businesses. Case studies will be shared to enhance students’ understanding of the good practices / applications in the real-world setting, including the sectors of destination, hotel, restaurant, tourism attraction, airline…etc.

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Start To be advised
Duration 33 hours
Fee HK$5,200 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE

This programme aims to equip business leaders in both resort and hotel organisations with comprehensive knowledge of the planning, operation as well as management principles for hotels and resorts. It also covers branding and marketing, finance and revenue, service management, customer relationship management and information technology issues. Upon completion of the programme, students will be able to distinguish the management of back of the house and heart of house and describe the differences of various departments in resort and hotel organisations. With the trend of integrating hotel and resort, there is a demand for students equipped with understanding on how to organise a successful business for a resort and its unique characteristics. 

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Start To be advised
Duration 39 hours
Fee HK$5,200 per programme
(*The tuition fee is reviewed annually and is subject to change without prior notice.)