Program Overview

The Master of Hotel Management (MHM) is a four-semester rigorous Hotel Management degree program that is the state's only one of its type. Skills in hospitality-related business sciences and methodologies for identifying, addressing problems, and building strategic and operational plans for the management of international hospitality-related organizations are developed throughout the study.

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    International Networking Opportunities.
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Master of Hotel Management

Students who graduate with a 55 percent or similar CGPA from a recognized university/institute can pursue a two-year master's degree in hotel management. Hotel management candidates are required to have strong communication skills and a commanding presence. The hotel management sector has exploded as a result of globalization. Every year, the hotel business generates a large number of employment, including Hotel Manager, Hotel Supervisor, Marketing Executive, and a variety of other positions.

The Master of Hotel Management Degree is one of the most popular specializations in the management sector, and it focuses on marketing, housekeeping, food and beverage, hospitality, catering, security, and finance, among other things. A Master of Hotel Management is a popular choice among graduates since it offers a wide range of opportunities. The programs take two years to complete. Principles and Practices of Management, Accommodation Management, Financial Management, Hospitality Law, Food & Beverage Management, and other disciplines are among the key areas of study for the Masters in Hotel Management.

The MHM equips students to lead senior management teams and entrepreneurial projects as theory-based, action-oriented leaders. Entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, developers, analysts, consultants, corporate directors, and hotel, resort, and spa managers are among MHM alumni.

MHM Key Learning outcomes are

  • Develop research skills to identify and solve business challenges using the hospitality and management ideas you've learned, and apply them to your day-to-day job as a team member and leader.
  • Critically examine various multilateral institutions and international organizations, including an analysis of their impact on international tourism and heritage tourism management.
  • Developing knowledge and abilities in the areas of food production, food and beverage service, front desk, lodging operations, and management studies.
  • Translate the practical, legal and soft skills required for leadership positions in the international hospitality and tourism industry.
  • Be confident in arguing, analyzing and synthesizing ideas when exploring organizational learning.
  • Coordinate the strategic, planning and marketing processes of the hotel business in the context of a global business environment. Develop professional management skills by fostering the creative development of new ideas and solutions.
  • Master of Hotel Management

Students who have a degree in hospitality management can work in the industry or pursue self-employment in the industry. Following graduation, students can pursue careers in Star category hotels, restaurant industry, heritage tourism, business tourism, medical tourism, wellness tourism, adventure tourism, travel blogging, aviation & retail sector, institutional catering, cruise lines, and so on.

Master of Hotel Management

  • Eligibility: Master's Degree
  • Duration: 24 Months
  • Enrollment: Being online - Throughout the Year

Important Information Regarding MHM Program

Program Delivery

The Master of Hotel Management is a full time online program delivered through a blended learning paradigm comprising of research, student centred learning, tutorials, lecture, presentations, assessments, project based assignments, and applied learning and self-directed study, designed to allow you to achieve a master degree without putting your job on hold.

You may combine your classroom learning and project knowledge with your current job experience to make a difference in your chosen profession.

Professional Professors

The faculty at EIMT has a deep understanding of the field and is selected for their excellence in teaching. The students will be given an unparalleled education by learning from some of today's most talented academicians, all while being honored with multiple awards!

We collaborate with a number of renowned, top scholars around the world. We believe that knowledge comes from a mix of talented and highly skilled professors who gained important experience in an industry context.

Admission Requirements:

Candidates are eligible for admission by satisfying the following admissions criteria:
A bachelor’s / Undergraduate degree.
Submission and evaluation of graduate school application including; undergraduate academic transcripts, ID or passport copy, and resume.
Applicants for the MHM program exempted from an English exam provided they completed their schooling years and/or bachelor’s program at a recognized school where the medium of teaching is English.

Application Go Through:

Applications are only accepted online. Once the application form is received, our team looks after past your performance and future potential and will contact you accordingly.

What is Next?

Once Admission Committee’s reviews your application with +ve response, you will receive a letter of admission. Having processed the payment, you will receive an email with your login credentials and will be granted access to our Learn Management System.

The Curriculum

The Master of Hotel Management program consists of 15 core modules in the first year. It is mandatory to submit a final project / thesis or business plan to get the graduation done (Based on the second year independent study during your Switzerland or abroad internship with tutor support), which will count as an additional point of 60 credits (in the second year). Most courses are worth 4 credits and are assessed by exam, assignment, or a combination of the two. 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits are awarded to students who obtain the MHM.

Modules during your first year

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the hospitality industry and an appreciation of the scale and importance of the five main sectors, travel/accommodation, meeting/event planning, catering, managed services and entertainment. The analysis of the main part of the company will be analyzed, to develop knowledge of the different factors of the company and the constraints under which the department and the work will work.
This module aims to explore clear answers to a simple but still perplexing question: how can leaders influence people and themselves to create quality work and a productive work environment. As such, this module is not intended to make students better hospitality managers, but rather to develop their ability to look beyond ordinary jobs and tasks and to expand their skills in areas that require discipline to seek in-depth explanations. this and compassion for human behavior. This module requires the development of critical methods for the analysis of people as actors in the service industry and to solve similar problems and situations. It supports research and questions about the culture and the nature of the perceived barriers to the integration of other aspects of the work of people management and operational processes.
This core module is a key factor influencing the development of a number of definable skills that are essential for successful management practices and effective leadership. These include the ability to think and make decisions, manage financial information, including the cost of proposed plans and manage budgets, many team work and interpersonal skills, and others related to the development of personal performance and trust and responsibility. This module also aims to develop other professional skills necessary for the effective management of advanced people and provides opportunities for applied learning and continuous professional development. Critical reflection on the relationship between theory and practice is particularly evident by considering case studies rooted in reality.
In this module, you will learn about List of functions of the H/K Dept, working towards ‘Customer delight’, Organisation of the Hotel, Staff Hierarchy, lines of Authority & areas of responsibility, Vertical & horizontal coordination within & outside the Dept, Effective communications skills, interpersonal skills & good grooming standards, Duties of staff at the managerial level, Duties of staff at the Operational level, duties of staff at the supervisory level, Types of Rooms & suites, Various status of Rooms, Amenities provided in standard, superior & deluxe rooms, VIP amenities, Items provided on request, Placement of Supplies in a room etc.
Develop an overview of the growth of the hotel industry. In the world from ancient times to recent times. Understand the different aspects of the food industry) the work of the different departments of the hotel and their relationship with the food and beverage service, to acquire basic professional skills in the principles of food and related matters. Understand the functions of the F&B department, its functions and its employees. Understand the various non-alcoholic beverages and their preparation and function
The design and organization of the hotel and its beginnings. – From the job chart to the responsibilities employees from different departments. Identify the market area. Room types, meal plans, prices and to rent a house. Importance, Format, Tools of Reservation.
This module provides opportunities to students to develop specialist event management knowledge and understanding, Gain an appreciation of the essential information and skills students need to be successful working in organisations operating in the conference, events and banqueting sectors.

The student can develop a tourism business idea using different business areas. The student can create new brands that provide different experiences for tourism customers. The student recognizes the potential for success based on market and customer research.

The aim of this module is to provide students with the knowledge and ability to explain the management processes, procedures and issues within different companies.

Furthermore, it seeks to give students the opportunity to analyze current developments related to the strategic management of businesses at the corporate level.
This unit aims to introduce students to the concept of international tourism and the main tourism activities in an international context. The course puts a lot of emphasis on the freedom of students to get knowledge from different sources, to deepen their understanding and explore the concept of international tourism.
This department seeks the development of critical methods for the analysis of the management of the hotel’s finances and the management process and problem-solving skills that managers need to manage effectively and profitably manage the hotel business. It is designed to train students in accounting, but to provide the knowledge and skills that business leaders need to run a profitable business, through an understanding of financial reporting.
This module aims to enable students to gain an understanding of the conceptual and practical aspects of marketing strategy. It is designed to be involved in any for-profit or non-profit organization, or any product or service. Students will select a tourism destination and analyze their marketing plan.

They will be required to demonstrate an understanding of the nature of strategic decisions and the types of issues that require their implementation. Therefore, the application of marketing should be studied at a higher level; Also, it is good for students with different marketing skills.

This module seeks to develop students’ ability to manage complex observations that reflect the thought process involved in predicting outcomes, which is the study of risk reduction, an important concept for study objects and practices of marketing.
This unit aims to enable students to think and demonstrate justice about values ​​and educational concepts in individual, group and group contexts. The module is designed according to the following aspects of nature: 1. Individual creativity 2. Team creativity 3. Creativity within organisations
The aim of the module is to acquaint students with the nature, function and management of heritage tourism around the world. The module focuses on the management of heritage tourism, one of the main areas of the tourism industry, which can include tourist attractions such as castles, parks, heritage sites, military bases , creative sites and many other sites built specifically for them to be able to. attract visitors or have changed to accommodate visitors. This means that studies on how to manage heritage tourism can be varied and diverse, even if one aspect they all have in common is their ability to attract visitors to see their properties. It is usually the heritage site that inspires the visitor to visit the destination. Therefore, their effective management is critical to the development and delivery of effective endpoint management.

The main aim of this module is to give students the opportunity to apply their knowledge of the research process and develop an independent research plan to facilitate the gradual development of an MSc thesis. Students will choose an area of ​​research that interests them and contributes to their professional development. This study will focus on secondary and primary research methods appropriate to the chosen topic.
The ability to use search engines and libraries with academic journals and books is an important part of the process. In addition, students should read extensively during the research process to develop knowledge and understanding of their chosen field. The module is student specific and the learner will be expected to demonstrate the ability to work independently and provide evidence of individual approach to the completed project.

Modules during your Second year

Independent Study

Integrated business project / dissertation off-campus / Final project based on the independent study during your Switzerland or abroad internship with tutor support.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much time should I spend on coursework each week?

    Expect approximately 16 hours of work per week. This may include lecture videos, readings, discussions and assessments.

  • Does a student need to be from a specific stream?

    The student can come from any stream , i.e. Science , arts or commerce.

  • Will I be able to manage my own hotel after learning it?

    Will you be able to open your hotel after you finish your studies? That is dependent. If you want to gain complete experience of working in a real-life atmosphere with various difficulties, obtain some hands-on training as soon as possible! But if you don't, you can launch an academic institution-owned establishment instead.

  • What is the Duration of Hotel Management Course?

    This Hotel management course is three-year bachelor's degree programmes. During these times, students study communication and culinary skills, as well as other abilities required in the hotel management industry, such as public relations and business administration!

  • I’m worried about the time zone difference; how will this work for live lectures?

    Live sessions will take place according on different time zones.

  • What kind of support is available?

    As an online student, you will have access to several types of support resources when you need help or guidance, beginning with new student orientation. Other services include a help desk for technical issues, a student services coordinator, financial aid advisers and more.

  • What are the career opportunities after doing Hotel Management?

    There are openings in both private and public sector. Starting from top level management to service staff, the hospitality sector has a lot to offer. You can aim to be a management trainee, customer relations executive, marketing/sales executive, kitchen manager, housekeeping manager and catering officer or chef in hotels, flight kitchens, cruises, fast food chains and other allied industries.

  • Is it safe for girls to study hotel management?

    Yes, Absolutely.

  • Is internship mandatory during the course?

    Internship is mandatory for all the students.

  • What are the job opportunities after studying hotel management?

    The students can work in hotels , airlines , cruise liners or any facility management companies.

  • Does a student need to be from a specific stream?

    The student can come from any stream , i.e. Science , arts or commerce.

  • Are the lectures pre-recorded or are there any live lectures?

    All online courses are live online not pre-recorded session. Beside that, there are often live workshops/masterclasses organized.