Are you dreaming of getting an international education that focuses on management within tourism, hotels and restaurants?
Are you dreaming of an education that unlocks a wealth of opportunities to work in concept and company development in an international perspective within those trades?
Then the Bachelor Degree programme in International Hospitality Management is the stuff your dreams are made of!
The International Hospitality Management programme will provide you with knowledge that enables you to handle complex and practical tasks in marketing, managing, as well as running and developing businesses in the trades of experience economy, tourism, hotels and travelling which are all central to the hospitality industry.
In other words, the International Hospitality Management programme does not just focus on either tourism, hotels or restaurant management, it covers and combines the trades in a joint hospitality education.
The programme starts in September and is located at University College of Northern Denmark, Hobrovej 85, 9000 Aalborg.
An AP degree in Marketing Management, Service, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Retail Management or an equivalent higher educational background, English corresponding to Danish B-level + a high level in mathematics.
If you have an AP Degree in Financial Management you can also apply for enrolment on the International Hospitality Management programme. The AP Degree in Financial Management does not make you eligible for admission, but you will be invited for an interview where your motivation and preconditions for studying on this particular programme will be identified.
IELTS Overall grade of 6.5
TOEFL Internet-based test: minimum score of 83
Cambridge ESOL examinations:
C1 Advanced (CAE): grade C, B or A
C2 Proficiency (CPE): grade C, B or A
B2 First (FCE): grade A
Online Oxford Placement Test: Minimum score of B2 = a minimum score of 75 in each of the subtests - only valid if taken via a UCN partner organisation
Pearson PTE Academic: minimum score of 58
Danish qualification levels
All of our study programmes require that applicants/students have an English level corresponding to a Danish B-level, and some programmes have requirements to students’ levels in other subjects as well. But what exactly is a Danish B-level etc.? Here you can find the answers.
Individual prior learning assessment
Dispensation regarding admission to academy profession and bachelor programme.
An individual prior learning assessment is a dispensation for applicants who do not meet the formal admission requirements. An individual prior learning assessment gives you an individual assessment of your collected knowledge, skills and competencies.
The assessment will be used in relation to the admission requirements on the study programme that you want to apply to.