Hotel & Resort Management

Hotel & Resort Management

Required Courses Dual Degree Duration
54 Courses Not Available 8 Semesters
Language Credit Hours Annual Fees
English 132 Hours 40,000 EGP

Program Overview

Is hospitality management the right path for you?

Why should you study hotel and resort management?

If you love building human connections, working in a global team, and you are ready to take on the challenge of thinking creatively, then studying hotel and resort management might be a great option for you. Fast growth, on the job training and career development opportunities are excellent reasons to consider a career in hotel and resort management. Hotel managers are responsible for each, and every aspect of the hotel that they work for, such as the front office, reservations, guest relations, housekeeping, restaurants, kitchen, banquets, sales and marketing, human resources, engineering and maintenance, accounting and finance, information systems and even security.

The hospitality industry is dynamic, innovative, and lively and this program will help you to develop those skills needed to be a successful manager of the future within the industry.

The hotel and resort management program aims at preparing you for a career in this exciting and fast-growing industry.

The program combines core business administration studies with specialist hospitality and tourism modules.  It contains a set of general courses related to tourism, accounting, economics, and specialist modules that give you a detailed understanding of the unique features, opportunities, and challenges of the hospitality industry.

The program offers specialized courses in the areas of hotel and resort management, hospitality marketing, food and beverage management, rooms management, human resources management.

  • Practice Based LearningThis program also requires the student to arrange and participate in approved internships so that classroom learning can be applied or experienced at hospitality facilities. Local/international internships expand students’ understanding of the day-to-day operations of the industry. Graduates of this program can serve different nationalities in hotels and resorts, perform the administrative and technical functions related to managing different hospitality businesses. They can compete locally and globally in the field of hospitality, not just hotel and resort management.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:
Identify the importance of travel and tourism as a major industry in the local
community and global environment.

Practice the technical skills needed for successful daily operation of hotel and
resort business.

Recognize the role of management in controlling and supervising the functions
of the various departments, properties, and activities of hotel and resort
operations.

Serve the customers of different nationalities and satisfy diverse customer expectations.

Utilize the latest computer technology to manage information as it relates to
the hospitality industry.

Analyze and apply marketing objectives and sales strategies to the operations necessary for the management of hotel and resort business.

Analyze the records, financial data, and systems of operation necessary for the management of hotel and resort business.

Potential Career Opportunities

The skills and knowledge acquired enable graduates to develop into senior managers in a relatively short period of time in a wide range of areas including employment in hotels, resorts, catering, leisure facilities, conferences, exhibitions and event management, hospitality sections within the armed services, and health services. Graduates of this program may be employed in positions such as:

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

Hotel/ Resort manager

Accommodation manager

Catering manager

Conference center manager

Event manager

Restaurant manager

Fast food restaurant manager

Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

Air cabin crew

Customer service manager

Health service manager

Sales managers or assistant managers.

Human resources officer

Marketing executive

Retail manager

Tourism officer

Typical employers include:

Hotel chains

Resorts

Airlines

Restaurants and fast-food outlets.

Conference and exhibition centres

Events venues

Hospitals

Local authorities

The armed forces

Tuition Fees

  • Annual Fees: 40,000 EGP
  • Registration Fees (Paid Once): 2,500 EGP
  • Ministry Fees: 800 EGP
  • Annual Admin Fees: 4,850 EGP
  • Total First Year Fees: 48,150 EGP
  • Total Annual Fees: 45,650 EGP
  • Lab Insurance (Refundable): 2,000 EGP