The programme gives a thorough understanding of the hotel industry standards and practices. These graduates will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to pursue a successful career in the international hospitality industry.
The General programme enables students to obtain the necessary skills for being successful managers.
By completing The Hotel Administration program the students will develop the knowledge and skills needed to become leaders and develop careers in the hospitality industry. Moreover, students will receive invaluable theoretical knowledge in a variety of key management areas, research, and evaluation, critical thinking, and problem solving, culminating in a well-formed program. Students become well-trained in our professional and well-equipped kitchen, in addition to our very own restaurant set up, thus allowing them to gain the experience of a real live environment. The program entails a four-month paid practical training period at the end of the 3rd semester of their studies. The practical training period offered to the students of this course can provide additional income for the tuition fees of their final year of study.
The program offers concrete knowledge, practical skills and theoretical themes and concepts directly related to every aspect of hospitality operations in food and beverage planning. The course offers a combination of theory and practices through a variety of resources such as modern computer and food preparation labs.
In addition, the practical training in restaurant management covers every aspect of hospitality, food and beverage management, from coffee shops to room service, dining rooms, banquets, cafeterias, employee food service, catering, clubs, shows and more. The students carry out their practice at the restaurant/bar of the college. It covers the types and layouts of bars, management, and services as well as all types of international drinks, cocktails, and wines.
Furthermore, students are taught practical kitchen skills and develop an understanding of culinary techniques. Hotel students carry out their practice in a food preparation lab, cooking delicious local and international dishes at the college’s kitchen.
4 Years, plus an optional Foundation Year, Bachelor of Arts
Students who have completed successfully 4 years of their studies and have attained the 240 ECTS credits are awarded the final degree of “Bachelor of Arts in Hotel Administration” from Casa College.
Students who have completed successfully the first 2 years of a 4-year program of study and have attained the 120 ECTS credits are awarded the “Intermediate Qualification of Diploma in Hotel Administration” from Casa College. Those who proceed with the BA will not be awarded the above qualification.
What is an ECTS Credit?
ECTS credits represent the workload and defined learning outcomes of a given course or programme. Learning outcomes are statements of what the individual knows, understands and is able to do on completion of a learning process.
How are ECTS Credits Allocated?
Sixty (60) credits are the equivalent of a full year of study or work. In a standard academic year, 60 credits broken down into two components carrying equally 30 credits. Credits awarded to students in one of our programmes may be transferred from our institution to be accumulated in another programme offered by our or another institution. Credit transfer is the key to successful study mobility. Our institution faculties and departments establish agreements which guarantee automatic recognition and transfer of credits.
Mr. Nasir Hussain
International Admissions Officer
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