The programme explores subjects such as sustainable destination development and crisis management, experience design and digital marketing, trends and revenue management in hospitality, and leading, managing and developing people. Students will learn to assess their own self-development and develop team leadership and presentation skills.
Our programme has developed close relationship with tourism and hospitality industry. Students can access a range of industry engagement opportunities such consultancy projects for real businesses, guest sessions from industry practitioners, industry-led workshops and fieldwork visits to travel related exhibitions and destinations. Such opportunities help students to develop critical insights into the industry.
A range of assessment methods, including essays, reports, case-studies and oral presentations, will be used to measure student performance academically and in relation to experiences in the workplace. Most importantly, MSc candidates will have the whole year to undertake a capstone project under supervision of a specific supervisor. Students will also benefit from research method training workshops.
- THM7002 Sustainable Destination Development and Crisis Management
- THM7003 Experience Design and Digital Marketing
- THM7001 Trends and Revenue Management in Hospitality
- HRL7005 Leading, Managing and Developing People
- PBS7000J Capstone Project
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