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OTHM QUALIFICATIONS EQUIVALENCE

The Level 4, 5 and 6 diploma qualifications are equivalent to Year 1, 2 and 3 (Final year) respectively of a three-year UK Bachelor's degree. Each level consists of 120 credits. Completing any of the level 4, 5 and 6 qualifications will enable learners a progression to the next level of higher education at UK universities.

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

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The curriculum at Servo Hospitality School emphasizes both industry requirements and our students’ intellectual growth and personal development. We believe that the joy of discovery and learning is best experienced with the thoughtful guidance of a skilled mentor or teacher. Have a look at the classes being offered now at Servo Hospitality School.

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INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN HOTEL & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

The three year Level 4, 5 and 6 International Graduate Diploma in Hotel & Hospitality Management is designed to equip learners with specialist skills and knowledge in the hotel and hospitality industry. This programme involves minimum 6 month of compulsory domestic or international training with a research essay requirement towards the fulfillment of the programme. The research essay component based on domestic/international internship shall enable learners to critically analyse and evaluate specialised department in the hotel and hospitality industry. 

Modules in Year 1 (Level 4): 

  1. Principles of Food & Beverage Service; 

  2. Principles of Food & Beverage Production; 

  3. Customer Service Management; 

  4. Front Office Operations

  5. Principles of Housekeeping Operations and Management

  6. Marketing Research and Sales Management for Hospitality Industry

  7. Basic Accounting and Financial Management

Modules in Year 2 (Level 5)​:

  1. Advanced Principles of Food & Beverage Service

  2. Advanced Principles of Food & Beverage Production

  3. Communication Competencies for Professional Advancement

  4. Advanced Housekeeping Management

  5. Advanced Front Office Operations

  6. Marketing Management & Entrepreneurship in Hospitality

  7. Events Management

  8. Advanced Principles of Food & Beverage Services​

Modules in Year 3 (Level 6)

  1. Applied Food & Beverage Service Management

  2. Applied Culinary Operations & Management

  3. Room Divisions Management

  4. Hospitality Human Resource Management

  5. Strategic Marketing in Hospitality

  6. Accounting and Financial Management in Hospitality

  7. Compulsory on the Job Training

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME IN TOURISM & HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

The objective of the OTHM Level 4,5 & 6 Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management (equivalent to Year 1, 2 and 3 (Final year) respectively of a three-year UK Bachelor's degree) qualification is to develop learners’ management knowledge and skills within the tourism and hospitality industry. Learners will critically evaluate contemporary knowledge and theories and use these to propose solutions to complex management problems. 

Successful completion of the qualification will equip learners with the specialist skills and knowledge they need to plan and manage their work areas, to make effective decisions, and to adapt effectively to the needs of a range of tourism and hospitality organisations. The detailed modules can be found here. 

This programme has progression routes to the following UK universities in the 3rd (final year):

  1. BA (Hons) Business (Tourism) (top-up) at Arden University

  2. BA (Hons) International Hospitality and Tourism Management (top-up) at Coventry University

  3. BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management (final year) at University of Sunderland

  4. BA (Hons) in Tourism and Hospitality Management (top-up) awarded by University of Chichester delivered through London Graduate School

  5. BSc (Hons) Travel Business Management (top-up) - online at Leeds Beckett University

  6. BA (Hons) Professional Studies (top-up) final year at University of Portsmouth (Learning at Work)

  7. BSc (Hons) Professional Studies (top-up) final year at University of Portsmouth (Learning at Work)