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MSc in International Management and Leadership with Hospitality

The MSc in International Management and Leadership Hospitality is designed as a career-entry programme for those with little or no experience in business management.

The programme develops reflective and critical thinking in professionals who aspire to be committed, competent, confident and creative.  Students learn to be flexible and to apply strategy to achieve business sustainability.

Students will gain expertise in areas such as Critical Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Leadership, International Marketing, Organisational Behaviour, Global Issues and Challenges for Hospitality Managers, Introduction to Behavioural Finance, Strategic Management, Introduction to Management Accounting and Finance, Contemporary Issues in International Management.

Students will complete 12-months of Community Impact and Practice alongside taught classes.

Programme Objective
  • To equip graduates with the leadership knowledge and skills, so that they can be effective and competent contributor to the industry.
  • To develop in students a critical understanding of research, leadership, and community impact in the organisation.
  • To exercise initiative, self-direction and creativity in an effective and professional team in the organisation.
Delivery Method
The curriculum is taught over 4 terms of 12 weeks each. Modules are conducted in formal instructor-led classrooms sessions. Each term will cover 2 modules with 6 contact hours per module; Lecture is a 3-hour session and Tutorial is a 3-hour session per week. Students will undergo community impact and practice alongside taught classes.
Delivery Schedule
 2020 Quarter 1
03 Feb 2020 -  10 May 2020 
 2020 Quarter 2
11 May 2020 - 02 Aug 2020 
 2020 Quarter 3
03 Aug 2020 - 25 Oct 2020 
 2020 Quarter 4
26 Oct 2020 - 01 Feb 2021 
BM083 Critical Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Leadership  BM017 International Marketing BM020 Organisational Behaviour  BM008 Global Issues & Challenges for Hospitality Managers
BM119 Introduction to Behavioural Finance  BM085 Strategic Management  BM120 Introduction to Management Accounting and Finance BM096 Contemporary Issues in  International Management 
BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice
 2021 Quarter 1
01 Feb 2021 -  09 May 2021 
 2021 Quarter 2
10 May 2021 - 01 Aug 2021 
 2021 Quarter 3
02 Aug 2021 - 24 Oct 2021 
 2021 Quarter 4
25 Oct 2021 - 30 Jan 2022 
BM083 Critical Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Leadership  BM017 International Marketing BM020 Organisational Behaviour  BM008 Global Issues & Challenges for Hospitality Managers
BM119 Introduction to Behavioural Finance  BM085 Strategic Management  BM120 Introduction to Management Accounting and Finance (EXAM) BM096 Contemporary Issues in  International Management 
BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice BM077 Community Impact and Practice
Progression Pathway
MSc in International Management and Leadership with Hospitality
Mode & Duration
Full-time: 12 mths
Part-time: 12 mths
Intakes
Feb / May / Aug / Oct

Registration

One Month Prior to Intake Dates
Average Teacher-Student Ratio
1:30
Modules
  • 1. Introduction to Management Accounting and Finance
    • This module provides an understanding to the concepts and analytical techniques in management accounting that can provide relevant information for managerial decision-making in planning and controlling the firm
  • 2. Introduction to Behavioural Finance
    • This module provides an introduction to a relatively new area in economics and finance that focuses on alternative theories of risk-taking behaviour and biases in information processing that influence financial decision-making. The module examines two inter-related questions: what are the psychological mechanisms of individuals
  • 3. International Marketing
    • The module addresses the challenges of leading and managing the development and refinement of organisation strategy in the shaping of international marketing context. Management and leadership, entrepreneurial knowledge and skills will also be addressed. It challenges students to create a plan for the launch of a product or service into a new international market, which requires students to conduct a detailed study and analysis of the context.
  • 4. Strategic Management
    • This module provides an overview of strategic management, the strategic planning process and what it means to be able to think and act strategically. The module focuses on understanding the use, value and limitations of key models, tools and frameworks, and how the outputs of these can be used as helpful inputs to the strategic decision-making process. Topics include value creation, competitive advantage, organisational design and change, and managing innovation, creativity and knowledge.
  • 5. Critical Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Leadership
    • This module develops students' ability to evaluate, critically consider and apply the theory and practice of leadership with specific references to the global hospitality and tourism context. Students critically evaluate a range of problems in connection with leadership and leadership style in contemporary hospitality and tourism context; apply a range of evaluative techniques, to provide solutions to these complex issues. The topics include behavioural leadership, emotional intelligence, cultural influence, gender and leadership in women, and leadership and the future.
  • 6. Organisational Behaviour
    • This module clarifies how organisational behaviour (OB) and management are similar disciplines and also exposes students to the different ways to measure job satisfaction. It equips students with the knowledge of various organisational designs and new forms of service driven organisations, as well as organisational culture and change.
  • 7. Contemporary Issues in International Management
    • This module engages students in a critical exploration of the principal theories, concepts and principles of global management. Students learn to examine in critical perspective the practice of management through an engagement with a range of contemporary issues in management across different organisational and cultural contexts. Students will critically analyse issues and specific case studies, which are at the forefront of the study of international management and to critically review and consolidate knowledge and thinking in relation to management.
  • 8. Global Issues and Challenges for Hospitality Managers
    • This module engages students to critically assess a notable issue and/or challenge, for hospitality professionals that have been evaluated, analysed and commends a range of actions with demonstrable outcomes. It facilitates the enhancement of team, group and leadership skills in planning, maintaining, evaluating and improving hospitality operations. The topics include creativity and innovation in the hospitality industry, technology, emerging markets, employability and migrant workers, and the cruise ship industry.
  • 9. Community Impact and Practice
    • This module facilitates and develops students appreciation of the importance of community, sustainability, corporate social responsibility and ethics through leadership, development and participation within communities and enable them to engage in community based projects with socially responsible objectives and to investigate, define, plan, negotiate and lead a community project. At the heart of this module lies the firm belief that the responsibility of leaders and managers does not stop at an organisational level, but includes the responsibility to individuals, communities and society as a whole.
 

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