Masters in Hospitality Management

A hospitality management degree will allow you to develop your skills in preparation for employment in one of the world’s most diverse industries. Almost everywhere we travel on holiday, or go out to eat or drink, we are relying on employees of the hospitality sector to make our experience pleasant. You will learn about the industry as a whole, as well as how all of the elements work separately.

About Hospitality Management


The accreditation of your degree will depend on where you choose to study. It will also depend on your level of study. At postgraduate level, you can expect to be awarded a Master of Arts (MA), a Master of Science (MSc), or a Master of Research (MRes). Further study will award a research degree, such as a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).


A postgraduate degree will normally take one to two years to complete.


Postgraduate course annual tuition fees are set by the institution, which means that they can differ. Postgraduate programmes are generally less expensive than undergraduate programmes. You will find detailed fee information on the institution webpage.

Typical Annual Tuition Fees

  • Postgraduate - £6,850

Topics Covered


When studying for a postgraduate degree, such as an MA, you will build on the knowledge gained at undergraduate level. The modules you study will cover the more specialist areas of subject. Modules and specialisms could include global hospitality, hotel management, managing and leading people, strategic marketing, and cultural management. Assessment methods might include written work, group projects, presentations, and final major research project.

Entry Requirements

The entry requirements for a degree in hospitality management will depend on where you choose to study. They will also be influenced by the level of study for which you are applying. For a postgraduate degree, most universities will require that you have an undergraduate degree in hospitality management, or a closely related subject. Students who do not meet the academic entry requirements but have the equivalent work experience, are normally encouraged to apply anyway.

Typical Entry Requirements


  • Degree Requirements - 2:2 or higher
  • Required/Desired Subjects - Hospitality Management, International Hospitality, Tourism, Events Management