Fees
UK/EU: £4,410
INT: £4,410
Course length
2 years of part time study
Start dates
September, January and May
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Course code: OLUAE   Level: 6

Logo for the Institute of HospitalityAccredited by the Institute of Hospitality, this online International Hospitality Business Management BA Top-Up degree has been designed following extensive consultation with the hospitality industry to ensure you obtain the skills and understanding of the critical aspects affecting hospitality management. It will provide you with a range of opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge essential to the contemporary hospitality industry, as well as expertise in specific areas of management.

You will develop a critical understanding of the forces influencing the international hospitality industry, be able to evaluate the role of core management functions, their application and contribution to quality and performance as well as develop strategic plans that can respond to the changing demands within the international hospitality environment.

This online International Hospitality Business Management BA Top-Up Bachelors degree can help you to stand out in this competitive and continually expanding industry – research has shown that qualifications really make a difference to career progression in the hospitality arena. If you already hold an HND, Foundation degree, or have significant experience in hospitality, you can gain a full degree in 1-2 years with this online course.

Alternatively, our University Advanced Diploma in International Hospitality Business Management can be achieved in just 12 months by completing three core 20 credit modules - ideal for continuing professional development (CPD) or as a platform to continue study to a full bachelors degree or masters degree at a later stage.

Institute of Hospitality Educational Membership Scheme (EMS)

Through our partnership with the Institute of Hospitality you'll be given free access to the Institute's Educational Membership Scheme (EMS) once you've enrolled onto this course. This gives you access to management guides, monthly specialist newsletters, e-journals, webinars and much more.

Learn more about our online Hospitality courses

With a choice of dates to start your course (September, February or May) and interactive online learning materials, you've got the flexibility to study whenever and wherever is most convenient for you. The course modules still operate within a fixed trimester but you can choose to study during the day, evenings or at the weekend instead of having to attend fixed lectures.

Find out more about studying a Hospitality course online with University of Derby online learning.

You’re in control

Studying online gives you the flexibility to study at the most convenient time and place for you. Course modules still operate within a fixed trimester but you can choose to study during the day, in the evenings or at the weekend rather than having to attend fixed lectures. This can be invaluable when you’re working in a busy hospitality role, because we know it’s not easy to get time off work. Throughout the course we’ll ask you to test out what you’re learning in your day to day role, and use your own experiences in assignments. Ultimately this should mean you find the degree more useful for your career.

Programme Specification

Image: PDF opens in a new window BA (Hons) International Hospitality Business Management Top-Up programme specification

What does online learning look like?

If you're thinking of studying one of our courses, you may be wondering how online learning works and what it looks like. Below are some images from one of the modules of this course. There are three screen shots for you to scroll through which show you what the learning environment and material looks like, with a brief explanation underneath.

Click on the image below to view examples.

This page discusses the symptoms of culture shock with an example.
This page contains an interactive presentation that illustrates levels of organisational culture.
This is an activity on Hofstede’s cultural dimensions theory.