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Foundation Science Degree International Hospitality Management (Ulster University)

Course Code: C5139
Campus: Titanic Quarter
Week Commencing: 10 Sep 18
18/19 Academic Year End Date:
08 Jun 19

This two year full time programme, validated by Ulster University, is ideal for those who seek a career in organisations such as hotels, restaurants, licensed premises and events. The hospitality and tourism industry is a vibrant sector in the UK and one which makes a significant contribution to job creation and the national economy. It has been identified as a priority skills area where jobs are available at all levels. Study modules include: Introduction to the International Hospitality & Tourism Industry; Facilities Operations, Events Operations; Introduction to Finance & Accounts and Study and Research Skills. In year two modules include, Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Leadership and People Management, and Global Tourism Management. The course includes a compulsory six month period of work-based learning. Assessment is carried out using a range of methods. 

This programme of study is likely to include enrichment units, which are an additional component to enhance your employability. There is no extra charge for these units.

Career Opportunities / Progression

Many successful graduates progress to top up their qualification to a full honours degree either at the Ulster University or at other universities. Ulster University will accept students onto the final year of the BSc Hons International Hospitality Management degree after undertaking additional bridging modules. Students can also apply to final year in other universities. Alternatively, you can progress to employment within the hospitality, travel and tourism and events sectors.

Entry Requirements

Requirements are pre-defined by the College’s admissions criteria which are outlined at . The minimum entry requirement for this course is 72 tariff points, although a higher tariff than the minimum is likely to apply in response to levels of demand for the course. GCSE Maths and English Grade C or equivalent are also required. All applicants must attend a pre-entry guidance session.


Tuition Fee


Fees relate to year 1 of a 2 year course.

All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.

Important Information

Students are required to supply their own kitchen and front of house attire at the cost of approximately £100.00 (Kitchen: a white jacket, a butcher's striped apron, a skull cap, safety shoes and a pair of black trousers. Front of house: black dress trousers, black shirt and black dress shoes). Students will be required to contribute approximately £20 towards the cost of educational visits on this programme.

Contact Information

Joanne McCourt/Mark Rice, Tel: 028 9026 5021 or email: [email protected]