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Hospitality Management

London College of Contemporary Arts

UCAS Code: HM11 | Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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112

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Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2022

The BA (Hons) Hospitality Management programme is designed for students with an interest in both
hospitality and events management. The modules provide a broad range of knowledge and skills that
are required by professionals within these sectors.

This course seeks to encourage more self-managed learning through the research / management
report/primary research report and links may be made to the students’ work experience in these. The
modules are typically more class based in that they require students to use theory and critically
examine certain issues and topics. A combination of teaching approaches are employed including
lectures, guest lectures, residential and day field trips, group and individual project work, student led
seminars. The LCCA virtual learning environment, CANVAS, will be used to provide supportive
material and to communicate with students via announcements.

Additionally, this course encourages students to develop the skills and competences relevant to their
roles as future managers in order to enhance employability, including interpersonal and transferable
skills. To achieve this, the course is designed to enable students to identify and analyse appropriate
techniques that are applicable in making management decisions at a strategic level as well as at
tactical and operational levels.

The course emphasises the requirements and challenges faced by
business leaders and managers, taking into account the complex, dynamic and integrated nature of
various factors which impinge upon management decisions. This course covers wide range of
modules; managing customer experience, event management, digital marketing, food culture and
society, hospitality operations, marketing strategy and planning and entrepreneurship and creativity.
UCA courses capitalise on the benefits that London as a global city and as a major creative,
intellectual and technology hub has to offer for the learning environment and experience of our
students.

The course is taught within the College of Design, Creative and Digital Industries which is
reflected in its content and pedagogical approach being both technological and creative

Tuition fees

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England
£9,250
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Northern Ireland
£9,250
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Scotland
£9,250
per year
Wales
£9,250
per year

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Course location:

Sceptre Court

Department:

Business

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