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Top Master Degrees in Tourism and Hospitality Management in Africa 2019

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Tourism and hospitality is a field of study that prepares students for work within hotels, resorts, theme parks, golf courses or similar environments where people commonly spend time relaxing or on vacation.  Tourism and hospitality students typically study business management, accounting and convention marketing, among related areas.

Master Degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management in Africa

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University of Johannesburg

The purpose of the Master’s of Tourism and Hospitality Management is to develop the ability of the student to question, analyse and interpret tourism and hospitality mana ... [+]

The purpose of the Master’s of Tourism and Hospitality Management is to develop the ability of the student to question, analyse and interpret tourism and hospitality management issues within a global context with a focus on industry-specific sectors. This purpose is achieved through the delivery of a research-based dissertation at the Master’s Level where the student will show evidence of scientific research and the ability to reflect in the context of tourism and hospitality management.

The programme, therefore, assists in the continuing professional development of managers and leaders in tourism and hospitality management.

Admission requirements

The minimum admission requirement is a BTech (Tourism Management) or a BTech (Hospitality Management) or an equivalent qualification at the same level in the field of tourism and hospitality. The selection of Master’s students will be done in accordance with rules and regulations of the Higher Degrees Committee of the University of Johannesburg as stipulated for inter-disciplinary programs. The STH Research Committee may prescribe a module or modules, at NQF Level 8 or 9 as a supportive measure to successfully complete the qualification. This applies when the STH Research Committee concludes that the student’s knowledge of research needs to be updated or when the research topic extends to issues insufficiently covered at the graduate level.... [-]

South Africa Johannesburg
February 2019
Part-time
2 - 3 
Campus
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