Hospitality Business Management with Culinary Arts (BSc (Hons))

Sheffield Hallam University the United Kingdom

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About Hospitality Business Management with Culinary Arts at Sheffield Hallam University

The hospitality industry is competitive, fast growing and international. It covers everything from * deluxe hotels * restaurants * designer bars * catering contractors * specialist catering for sporting and other events, to * budget hotels * public houses * nightclubs. This course prepares you for a career in the hospitality industry with an emphasis on culinary arts. It ensures you have all the skills required to become a successful manager in this area. You study * business and management * food and drink management * facilities management * culinary arts. Optional modules allow you to focus on your specialist interest. Your studies include an optional one year paid work placement in year three. Placements are a valuable way of increasing your employability and starting salary. We have strong links with industry to help you find a placement in the UK or abroad. We have a reputation for producing high calibre graduates. The Young Guns Competition, a hospitality industry award that recognises students who have excelled during their placement, supports our reputation. Our students have been winners or finalists for the last eight years. Past students have worked at * Sheffield Park Hotel * Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate * The Grove Hotel * Petrus * Mayfair Hotel, Shanghai * Goring Hotel, London * The Berkley, Knightsbridge. The international award places emphasis on the global hospitality industry. To gain this award you must take a work placement abroad. Your learning involves taking part in seminars, workshops and projects in our modern facilities at City Campus. This degree shares a common first year with BSc (Honours) Hospitality Business Managementhttp://prospectus.shu.ac.uk/CourseEntry.cfm?CourseId=770 BSc (Honours) Hospitality Business Management with Conference and Eventshttp://prospectus.shu.ac.uk/CourseEntry.cfm?CourseId=LFM125 BSc (Honours) International Hotel Managementhttp://prospectus.shu.ac.uk/CourseEntry.cfm?CourseId=LFM153 You can move to one of these courses at the end of the first year if you wish. If you already have an advanced diploma, higher national diploma, foundation degree or equivalent qualification in this subject, you can take a one year top up course, based on the final year of this degree. This allows you to convert your qualification to an honours degree. Please see http://www.shu.ac.uk/courses/924 Previous student, Shauna Caithness, won the Young Guns Competition in recognition for her achievement when working at Gordon Ramsay's two Michelin star Petrus restaurant.

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