Higher Nationals Hospitality Management

Higher Nationals Hospitality Management

Duration

Duration

HNC One Academic Year
HND Two Academic Year

Start Dates

Start Dates

April
September
January

Fees

Fees

Home: Year 1 fee, £6,000 International: Year 1 fee, £12,500

Attendance

Attendance

3 days a week (average 15 hours each week).
Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

Minimum 48 UCAS Tariff points

Student Satisfaction

Student Satisfaction

95% of Our students would recommend IBCM / IBCM Student Survey 2022

Awarding Body

Awarding Body

Pearson

UCAS Course Code

UCAS Course Code

N/A

Purpose and Objectives of the HN’s in Hospitality Management

The purpose of the BTEC Higher Nationals in Hospitality Management is to develop students as professional, self-reflecting individuals able to meet the demands of employers in Hospitality Management and adapt to a constantly changing world.  The qualifications aim to widen access to higher education and enhance the career prospects of those who undertake them.

Key Objectives include:

  • To equip students with hospitality skills, knowledge and the understanding necessary to achieve high performance in the global hospitality environment
  • To enrich the student experience through a diverse and innovative programme of study that stems from a vocational and technical perspective
  • To provide insight and understanding into the diversity of roles within the hospitality industry, recognising the importance of networking and collaboration at all levels
  • To provide opportunities for students to enter or progress in employment in hospitality, or to progress to a higher education qualification such as an Honours degree in hospitality or related area.

Unit descriptions:  “Students will cover, in year one:  The Contemporary Hospitality Industry, Managing the Customer Experience, Professional Identity and Practice, The Hospitality Business Toolkit, Leadership and Management for Service Industries (Pearson set), Managing Food and Beverage Operations, Managing Conference and Events and Human Resource Management.

In Year 2, as well as studying mandatory units Research Project (Pearson set) and Hospitality Consumer Behaviour and Insight, students will choose from a range of optional units including: Hospitality Supply Chain Management, Food Service Management, Front Office Operations Management, Managing and planning an event, Integrated Hospitality Marketing Communications, Diet and Nutrition, Hospitality Business Strategy, Organisational Behaviour, Strategic Human Resources and  Managing and Running a small business