Stamford’s International Hotel Management program combines academic theory with hands-on learning, modern facilities and on the job training to fully prepare students for a career in the hospitality industry. The experienced and international faculty will guide students as they study a variety of essential skills before internships at well-known international hotels.

Dual Degree Option

• BBA – International Hotel Management
• BB – International Hotel & Resort Management

While students can get a Bachelor of Business Administration in International Hotel Management at Stamford, there is also a dual degree option in collaboration with Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) at Torrens University, Australia. Students who opt for the International Pathway option will study their first two years at Stamford and then complete the rest of the program at BMIHMS at Torrens University, Australia. Students will receive two degrees on graduation.

Internships

In 2017, over 100 Stamford students experienced internships at 30 different five-star and boutique hotels in places like Maldives, Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand and Thailand. Students complete two internships where they experience Food & Beverage and Rooms
Division areas of hotel operations.

State of the Art Facilities

Stamford offers state of the art facilities in teaching kitchen and restaurant operations. A mock hotel front desk and mock hotel room are also offered in the Rooms Division component of the program.

You will learn and develop skills in:

  • Leadership and team building
  • Decision making and problem solving
  • Good time management
  • Personality development for hospitality professionals
  • Cross-cultural relations
  • Culinary operation & management
  • Front office operation
  • Housekeeping operations
  • Restaurant operations & management
  • Wine and beverage knowledge
  • Basic food nutrition for dietary requests

You will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of guest satisfaction
  • Communicate effectively
  • Multitask effectively
  • Take initiative
  • Work effectively under pressure
  • Manage diverse situations
  • Understand the expectations of hotel industry
  • Understand the millennial guests
  • Familiarize yourself with on-the-job requirements
  • Understand the synchronization of hotel operations

Career Opportunities

Graduates can find work in fields such as:

Hotel and Food Services

  • Hotels, Resorts, Clubs, Catering, Tourism
  • Cruise lines, Airlines, Travel agencies

Entertainment and Leisure

  • Entertainment and Amusement Parks, Casinos, Theme Parks

Technology and Logistics

  • Real Estate Development, Logistics Management

Event Management

  • Event and Venue Management, Promotion and Sport Management

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