Hospitality Management

Looking for a job in hospitality?


Are you a natural leader and a team player? Are you upbeat, energetic, and adapt well to change? Do you enjoy traveling the world? Do you feel fulfilled by helping others? If you answered “yes” to all of the above, then a degree in hospitality may be just what you are looking for.

According to Christine Letchinger of Kendall College’s Les Roches Faculty, “Great service means anticipating customer needs, exceeding expectations by tending to every detail, and relentlessly pursuing excellence. Now, do that a thousand times a day with dozens of staff, all while running a profitable business—that’s the fun of hotel management.” Great service means anticipating customer needs, exceeding expectations by tending to every detail, and relentlessly pursuing excellence. Now, do that a thousand times a day with dozens of staff, all while running a profitable business—that’s the fun of hotel management.”

The hospitality industry is currently seeking 200,000 new executives worldwide at hotels, restaurants, resorts, wineries, spas, and a large variety of other service-oriented venues. Hospitality employers seek professionals with versatile leadership skills: the ability to manage a diverse workforce while upholding the highest standards of customer service.

When seeking a degree in hospitality, it is import to find an institution that offers a solid curriculum: one that teaches you techniques, concepts, and various management skills while providing you with hands-on experiences so that you can be at the forefront of the industry. Looking for a program that offers you courses in hotel and restaurant management, finance, and marketing is imperative. You should also consider attending accredited institutions that offer internships and study aboard programs to give you that definitive edge.

A degree in hotel management prepares you for an incredible variety of careers in the $5-trillion global hospitality industry. If you enjoy working with others and aspire to be the best at whatever you do then a degree in hotel management is your passport to a future of success.


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2 Comments

  1. pajansen

    Question-I already have a Master’s in Social Work how would that matter if I also tried a degree in hospitality mgt? Thanks, Paj

  2. neeve paul

    How is procurement advantagious as an additional coarse to hospitality management.

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