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MSc in International Business Management (International Tourism and Hospitality Management)

MSc in International Business Management (International Tourism and Hospitality Management)

Overview

The MSc in International Tourism and Hospitality Management has strong links with the tourism and hospitality industries and has a flexible design in order to meet the educational and professional needs of each student.

The course is completed over a one year full-time, or two year part-time mode. Part-time students can spread the modules over a longer period of time and tailor the programme structure to meet their needs following a meeting with the Programme Director.

Why Study International Business Management at Griffith College?

Our MSc programme in International Business Management is available on a full- and part-time basis and prepares graduates by providing an academically rigorous and intellectually challenging educational experience.

  • flexible study model gives students the option of either full-time or part-time study with class size, structure and assessment tailored to each individual module.
  • highly practical learning approach taught by a Graduate Business School lecturing team with outstanding industry experience.
  • An international course perspective increases the variety of career opportunities open to graduates.
  • Students have the opportunity, after gaining management experience, to return and convert their MSc to an MBA award.

    Course Highlights

    • Variety of modules covering all aspects of International Business Management
    • Flexible study modes
    • Lecturers chosen from industry
    • Opportunity for advancement in dynamic industries of hospitality & tourism

    Location

    For Tourism and Hospitality, Limerick is uniquely located at the confluence of the main tourist journeys, the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland's Hidden Heartlands. Home to a historic landscape and unrivalled natural beauty, the area is home to some of the most prestigious hotels in the world and will host the future Ryder Cup in 2026. With tourism favourites such as Kerry to the south and Galway/Clare to the north, Hospitality students in Limerick will be ideally situated to capitalise on these unique attractions, in order to provide an unbeatable educational experience

    Guest Lecture

     

    Grace O'Sullivan Guest Speaker
    Grace O'Sullivan Guest Speaker
    Topic: Sustainability in Ireland & the EU 
    Date: 27 Feb 2020 

     

    Intake Dates

    We run 2 intakes for this course commencing in Autumn and Spring.

    • October 2020
    • February 2021*

    *subject to sufficient numbers

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