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Our philosophy of Hospitality management studies: The hospitality industry, which includes the four principal sectors of lodging, transportation, food and beverage and recreation, is the fastest-growing industry in the world today. Whenever you travel, dine out, or spend an evening away from home, you are enjoying "hospitality".
By offering varied as well as interesting programmes of study, ALPINE can prepare you for a career in any or all sectors of the hospitality industry. Our unique approach to education and training in this field ensures that your own needs will be met - whether you are seeking a specialized position or one that will allow greater job mobility.
One of the big advantages of studying hospitality management is the transferable skills gained through such an education. Simply put, transferable skills are those that can be applied to, and are in demand by, businesses not necessarily under the umbrella of hospitality and tourism services.
In general, they are technical skills such as communications technology, people skills, sales and marketing skills, finance and accountancy skills, and the very latest in top hospitality management practices and theories. Some of ALPINE's graduates can be found working successfully in non-hospitality/tourism occupations belonging to the service management industries also known as the experience economy, including telecommunications, training and education, banking, consultancy, human resource consultancy, sales and marketing, finance, and television and broadcasting to name a few.
This final year top-up degree programme offers specialization in the management of international hospitality and tourism organisations. The focus of the programme is on entrepreneurship development and aims to equip students with business competencies for managing financial, operational and strategic decisions.
The program is offered on a full-time and part-time basis and offers two intakes in October and April.