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Hospitality and Hotel Management

Course Code: UF6622, UX6623
  • Level: 5
  • Qualification: Foundation Degree
  • Course type: Full-time, Part-time
  • Duration: Two years (full-time), three years (part-time)
  • Time of day: Daytime

What's it all about?

Full Fee

Full-time £14,900 (£7,450 per year)
Part-time £11,100 (£3,700 per year)

The hotel and hospitality industry is one of the largest employers in the world, providing a huge range of opportunities to work in any country in the world and to do something different every day.

This Foundation Degree prepares you for a dynamic and exciting career by allowing you to develop yourself – professionally and as a person. Every subject is designed to give you the wide-reaching skills you will need to one day run or own a hospitality business, from understanding the principles of teamwork to the technical skills required in a restaurant setting.

The College has two realistic working restaurants which provide a learning environment for practical modules and networking opportunities with hospitality businesses when they attend to share their practice with students. This, along with the visits to local hotels and restaurants, give a further experiences that are not only fun but that will give you an insight into the career you may have in the future and the motivation to succeed.

As part of this course, you will also study for your personal licence at no extra cost.


Course information

If you do not hold a Level 3 qualification we also look at relevant industry experience.

A level/AS level Normal minimum entry requirements are 32 UCAS points
BTEC National Diploma/QCF Extended Diploma Pass or better
T Level Pass
Access to Higher Education at level 3 Pass
Welsh Baccalaureate Pass
Scottish Qualifications Authority Pass
Irish Leaving Certificate Pass
International Baccalaureate Pass
Work Experience Relevant work and/or life experiences will be considered for applicants lacking the above qualifications
APEL/APCL Possibilities See academic regulations
Interview requirements Yes, where normal entry requirements are not met

To complete each subject successfully you must demonstrate your competence at meeting the learning outcomes for each module. This will be in a number of ways and wherever possible to reflect the needs of hotel & hospitality employment. Examples are:

  • portfolio of evidence
  • presentation
  • group projects
  • case studies from the world of work
  • seminars
  • reports
  • reflective statements

Please note fees are quoted for one year only.

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