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Hospitality

Specialty

First cycle

Hospitality specialty at UEM in Warsaw – why is it worth it?

Why is it worth it?

FOR WHOM WAS THE SPECIALTY OF HOSPITALITY CREATED?
If you are interested in tourism from an organisational point of view and want to run an accommodation facility in the future and be successful in this business, then the specialty of hospitality will meet your expectations.

PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
As a graduate, you will acquire knowledge and skills of:

  • hotel services organisation – accommodation and supplementary services, including catering,
  • economics, finance, legal and social foundations of business,
  • principles of the effective accommodation facility management.

FUTURE-ORIENTED EDUCATION
The specialty of hospitality will prepare you for managerial tasks in widely understood hotel services, from private apartments to large hotel networks, as well as for running your own business. As a hospitality student you will learn about the characteristics of the business, facilities requirements, the principles of cooperation with travel agencies and the organisation of the tourist activities for guests.

Courses

CoursesThe programme of education of three-years full-time and part-time first-cycle studies (Bachelor) in Management includes the following courses:

The programme of education of three-years full-time and part-time first-cycle studies (Bachelor) in Management includes the following courses:

COURSES OF THE SPECIALTY (obligatory):

Work organisation in the hotel industry

Basics of catering

Basics of tourism

Food commodities

Basics of hotel industry

Economics of hotel industry

Hotel industry infrastructures

International financial settlements

Hotel guest service

Diploma seminar

Service marketing

Consumer service

Enterprise planning and business plan

BASIC AND MAJOR COURSES FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES (OBLIGATORY):

English language

Mathematics

Microeconomics

Basics of law

Basics of management

Psychology

Logistics

Marketing research

Organisational science

Basics of finance and banking

Basics of marketing

Information technology

Workplace safety and ergonomics

Corporate finance

Statistics

Economic law

Accounting

Information systems in management

Quality management

Production and service management

Projects management

Market analysis

Databases

Consultation and writing the diploma thesis

Vocational training

Organisational behaviour

Environmental management

Human resources management