Glyndwr University

International Hospitality and Tourism Management

Gain a global management perspective and a strategic awareness of the tourism and hospitality sectors, to build the managerial aptitudes needed to run operations and manage destinations sustainably.

Hospitality and tourism provide a vital part of the economic activity in a world city like London, and the sector is an important element of economic growth in countries with developing economies. This course is designed to meet the increasing demand worldwide for graduates with the competencies and knowledge to join the tourism and hospitality industry.

  • Explore current trends and topical issues in hospitality and tourism, including sustainable practice, intercultural awareness, and digital operational technology.
  • Combine academic theory, critical judgment, and practical experience2


    to help build the self-confidence you will need as a graduate to demonstrate industry-ready aptitudes and to be ready to undertake the leadership roles that employees demand.
  • Apply to study our International Hospitality and Tourism MSc with Extended Professional Practice route, an 18-month option aimed at individuals who are looking to attain a deeper understanding of business in a very practical way (additional fees apply

Why choose this course?

The program is structured to allow you to study subject areas through your chosen pathways, while also engaging with core modules across the program, which allows a breadth of diversity, interconnection, and enrichment amongst studies, both in the classroom and the wider student community.

The MSc program incorporates distinctive areas of knowledge, skills, and mindset traits that contribute to effective performance at a management level within an organization. Module content, delivery, and assessment develop the individual profile of the learner, enabling greater confidence and marketability as a professional.

Entry Requirements

  • An Honours degree (2:2 or above) in  relevant subject
  • IELTS 6.5 (with no individual skill score below 6.0) 2 years before the course start date.
  • AS / A Level English Language and/or Literature Grade C

Career Prospects

Career opportunities after completing International Hospitality and Tourism

  • Restaurant manager.
  • Event manager.
  • Hotel general manager.
  • Sommelier.
  • Food service director.
  • Travel manager.
  • Executive chef.
  • Hotel manager.

  • Restaurant manager.

  • Catering manager.

  • Event manager.

  • Public house manager.

Course Details


Corporate Strategy and International Management
Finance and Accounting for Business
International Organisational Branding
Subject Specific Modules:
Innovations in Hospitality Management
Global Visitor Economy

Optional Modules

International Entrepreneurship
Globalisation and Contemporary Issues in International Business
International Business Principles and Practice

Dissertation Modules

Research Methods and Dissertation

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