About us

UCLan Hospitality Management is part of the Tourism, Hospitality and Events Division at the University of Central Lancashire.

We offer two Undergraduate programmes: a full-time sandwich course BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management and a part-time BA (Hons) Hospitality and Event Management, one Top-up degree BA (Hons) Management in Hospitality and seven Postgraduate programmes, out of which two MSc and one MA include Hospitality. All programmes incorporate hospitality management education with social science perspectives.

We want our graduates to be highly employable when they leave us, so we place a strong emphasis within all our courses on knowledge and developing practical skills, as well as on the more theoretical aspects of learning. Students develop their practical skills on Campus in co-operation with our Scholars Hospitality Team.

Our graduates hold a range of management positions in companies across the world as well as being employed in government departments, charities and educational institutions.

THE Division is accredited by the Institute of Travel & Tourism (UK), and was ranked as a Top 3 UK University Department in the 2010/11 Times University Guide.

The Institute of Transport & Tourism (ITT) and Institute for Dark Tourism Research (iDTR) lead the Division's research activities.

Core Modules
Food and Beverage Operations
Food Safety Management
International Hospitality Management
Exploring Management in Tourism, Hospitality and Events
Foundations in Scholarship, Research and Technology

Optional Modules
Event Planning and Management
Service Excellence and Professionalism in Tourism, Hospitality and Events
Tourism Destinations

Core Modules
International Issues in Hospitality
International Corporate Hospitality and Business Events
Marketing & ICT for Visitor Economy Managers
Talent Management and Employability
Applied Research and Service Quality in Tourism, Hospitality and Events

Optional Modules
International Study Visit
Events in Action
Tourism Development and Sustainability
Work and Learn

Year 3 - 48-week work placement (optional)

YEAR 3/4
Core modules
Case Studies in Global Hospitality
Contemporary Issues in Food & Drink
Managing Strategically in Tourism, Hospitality and Events
Management Development
Independent Research Option (1 of 4 available)

Optional modules
Managing Quality in Service Organisations
Tourism and Events: Society, Culture and the Visitor Experience
Dark Tourism & Thana-Events: Managing Macabre Attractions & Exhibitions
Sport Tourism Management
International Fieldwork
Industry Based Experience (for 3-year course only)

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