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Hospitality Supervision - BA

Course Code: LC399


Level

7

Duration

3 Years

Department

Hospitality, Tourism & Wellness


CAO Points

137

Course Type

Undergraduate - CAO

Location

Limerick

The aim of this new programme is to prepare students for a variety of supervisory positions in the hospitality industry, which provide either food, beverage or accommodation services. The programme will provide the student with a unique blend of practical application and theory.

Students will acquire a range of skills such as Food Preparation, Restaurant Service, Accommodation Service, Bar Service and Front Office Service, Business Operations and Communications. The latter stage of the programme will help develop attributes in the areas of Supervisory Management, Revenue Management and Marketing. The programme includes work placements in Year 2 and Year 3. Students have the option to complete their work placement with world-renowned resorts in many international locations including Cape Cod, Paris, London and Dubai.

Note: Students will require €350 approx. for knives, books, uniforms and safety shoes in the first week of college.

What are the entry requirements?

Leaving cert

A minimum of 5 O6/H7 grades in Leaving Certificate subjects, including Mathematics and English or Irish.  
Foundation Level Maths at grade F2 or higher is acceptable for entry to the programme.

Mature Applicants

Candidates applying as mature applicants may be required to attend an interview and may be requested to take an aptitude test to prove their suitability for a place on this programme.

Who can I contact?

View our Culinary Arts & Hospitality CAO presentation and Q&A

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What modules will I study?

What are the career prospects?

Graduates will typically find employment in the hospitality industry at various grades with the potential to progress with experience to supervisory or management grades in the industry.

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