Griffith College

Diploma in International Hospitality Management

Diploma in International Hospitality Management

Diploma in International Hospitality Management

The Diploma offers learners the prospect of gaining a level seven award and gaining practical work experience in the international hospitality industry.

Dublin: Full-Time
Limerick: Full-Time
Students enjoying Griffith College Campus
Validated by: QQI
QQI Level: 7
Course Level:Undergraduate
Duration: 3 Semesters
Overview

Business Courses at Griffith College

The hallmark of a Griffith business education remains the development of innovative, globally orientated business professionals who are able to integrate theory and practice. The Faculty provides numerous programmes to students from Ireland and around the world at all stages in their professional lives. These programmes equip students with not only the knowledge but also the capabilities required for success in the global marketplace. GCD undergraduate business degrees provide a solid foundation for careers in accounting, marketing, general management, finance and hospitality.

About the course

The Diploma in International Hospitality Management offers learners the prospect of gaining a level seven award and gaining practical work experience in the international hospitality industry. The skills, knowledge and competencies gained while participating on this course are important for prospective graduates in attaining jobs and meeting current industry trends.

The learners who register on this programme study hospitality specific modules such as Hospitality Operations, International Hospitality Management, Food and Beverage Management, Accommodation and Facilities Management, Hospitality Law and Tourism Studies along with general business subject areas. These modules give the learner a detailed insight and understanding of the international hospitality industry, both through their practical skills training sessions and management studies.

This style of programme delivery supports and highlights the diverse range of career opportunities open to successful graduates. Learners who wish to exit with a Diploma in International Hospitality Management may do so at the end of semester one, year two. These learners will take three taught semesters of 90 ECTS credits and must complete the one thousand hour industry placement which is graded and worth 30 ECTS credits, giving a total of 120 ECTS credits.

GRIFFITH BUSINESS BEST BITS
ACCA exemptions:
Graduates of the Honours Business Programmes at Griffith obtain excellent exemptions from the ACCA.  Those who complete the BA(Hons) in Accounting and Finance programme may qualify for 9 exemptions while those from the BA(Hons) in Business programme may qualify for up to 5 exemptions.

Teaching Council recognition:
As the BA (Hons) in Business Studies is recognised by the Teaching Council of Ireland, graduates from this programme are eligible to pursue secondary teaching careers.

Programmatic reviews:
Griffith College business courses undergo rigorous programmatic reviews to ensure pragmatic and relevant business tuition.

Work placement :
The BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management and the Diploma in International Hospitality Management facilitate work placement during the programmes.

Progression paths :
Transfer and progression opportunities are available across all programmes within the faculty from Level 6 to Level 8. On successful completion of all of the level 8 programmes students have the opportunity to progress on to post graduate level.

Personal attention :
Personal attention provided along with an excellent student/lecturer ratio.

Tax relief:
Griffith College students can avail of tax relief on all QQI validated undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. For more information visit www.revenue.ie

QQI
The National Qualifications Authority of Ireland changed the national structure of qualifications awarded to successful students in 2004. In the past there were five award levels in Griffith College; Masters, Graduate Diploma, Degree, Diploma and Certificate.
The new titles for these QQI awards are:
• Higher Certificate (Level 6)
• Bachelor Degree (Level 7)
• Bachelor Degree Honours (Level 8)
• Masters Degree (Level 9)

Disability Services
Please contact the faculty for more details.

Students relaxing on the green in Griffith College Dublin
Structure

Please Note: Our courses are currently undergoing Programmatic Review by our validating body QQI, this may mean some of the modules outlined below may change for the September 2015 term.

This course focuses on introducing and preparing students for management roles in the dynamic hospitality industry. It takes an international perspective, thus increasing the variety of career opportunities open to graduates.

Year 1 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Business Communications & IT
Economics
Financial Accounting
Hospitality Operations 1
Hospitality Operations 2
International Hospitality Management
Introduction to the International Hospitality Industry
Principles of Services Marketing
Quantitative Methods for Business
Year 2 Core Subjects
Semester 0
Accommodation and Facilities Manangement
Food & Beverage Management
Hospitality Law
Industry Placement
Professional Development
Tourism Studies
Entry Requirements
General Requirements
Diploma in International Hospitality Management

5 D3s (Ord) to include a Language (English, Irish or other language) and Maths.
Mature Students
If you are 23 years or over from the 1st January of this year, you can apply for this course directly using the College’s online application form. A member of the College’s admissions team will be in touch to discuss your course entry requirements.

English Language
If English is not your native language, you must show that your English level is of a suitable standard. For further information please contact a member of the admissions team

Fees
  • Please note that a Registration Fee of Euro 250.00 is applicable each academic year in addition to the fees quoted below.
  • The tuition fees quoted below are tuition fees for Year 1 of the course only.
Campus: 
Dublin
Study Mode: 
Full-Time
EU living Ireland: 
EUR 4,850.00
EU living Abroad: 
EUR 5,600.00
Non EU living Ireland: 
EUR 8,000.00
Non EU living Abroad: 
EUR 8,000.00
Campus: 
Limerick
Study Mode: 
Full-Time
EU living Ireland: 
EUR 3,500.00
EU living Abroad: 
EUR 3,500.00
Non EU living Ireland: 
EUR 6,500.00
Non EU living Abroad: 
EUR 6,500.00
How to Apply

Through the CAO or directly or Apply Online

Progression
Academic Progression: 

Progression

Graduates of the Diploma in International Hospitality Management, who at a later date wish to return to complete the Bachelor of Arts programme, will be required to study semester 2, of year 2, and all of year 3 of the programme.

Diploma in International Hospitality Management Academic Progression
Career Progression: 

Careers

This internationally focused programme offers graduates the opportunity to work in the diverse field of Tourism and Hospitality. Graduates will have a variety of employment prospects in the many sectors which include hotels, restaurants, conference and events, travel, and tourism organisations.

Diploma in International Hospitality Management Academic Progression