The Undergraduate Programme in Hospitality Management combines practical career-based elements with the essential management disciplines that underpin this dynamic industry. It aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the Global Tourism and Hospitality Industry and operational aspects such as rooms division operations and supervision, as well as food and beverage operations and supervision. As people are always at the centre of any hospitality business, there’s also a strong focus on customer service.
This programme builds on the foundation programme (level 3) and allows for career progression into supervisory and first line management positions. Since the Level 4 Programme is designed to be broadly equivalent to that of the first year of a bachelor’s degree, students may use the qualification to apply for credit entry to a number of bachelor degree programmes at selected international universities abroad.
This programme is delivered as a blend of e-learning and textbook studies.
Students who do not have the required tools and infrastructure for the e-learning component, will therefore be able to study this course off-line. You must, however, have access to a PC or notebook and email communications to complete and submit assignments.
This programme is assessed and moderated by the CTH and involves four (4) written assignments and three (3) closed book, written examinations.
CTH Level 4 Diploma in Hospitality Management awarded by the Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality
This qualification is registered in the UK and is not a South African qualification.
CTIA Undergraduate programme in Hospitality Management
August 2021 | October 2021 | February 2022
CTH Level 3 Foundation Programme in Tourism and Hospitality
Grade 12 with evidence of at least three years’ work experience in the hospitality industry.
Access to a PC or notebook with Internet access.
Upon successful completion of this programme students may elect to continue with the CTH-ADHM Level 5 Advanced Programme in Hospitality Management.
Optional: Monthly on-campus/Zoom contact sessions for students to offer support and guidance.
MODULE 1: Finance in tourism and hospitality.
MODULE 2: Customer service management in tourism and hospitality.
MODULE 3: Global tourism and hospitality.
MODULE 4: Rooms division operations.
MODULE 5: Rooms division supervision.
MODULE 6: Food and beverage operations.
MODULE 7: Food and beverage supervision.