MBA in Hospitality Management

UTS Pune

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Important information

  • Master
  • Online
  • Delhi
  • Duration:
    2 Years

Tourism has now become a significant industry in India, contributing around 5.9 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP) and providing employment to about 41.8 million people. As per the world travel and tourism council, the tourism industry in India is likely to generate US$ 121.4 billion of economic activity by 2015 and Hospitality sector has the potential to earn US$24 billion in foreign exchange by 2015. Hospitality and Tourism industries are expected to grow at the rate of 8% between now and 2025.
Suitable for: The MBA programme prepares students for executive and managerial positions. Most popular career opportunities include positions as hotel/resort managers, assistant managers, sales and marketing professionals, property managers, restaurant managers, general managers, food and beverage directors, front office managers, conference planners, human resource managers, convention planners, special event planners, travel agents and group travel facilitators.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
4B/1First Floor, Tilak Nagar, 110018, Delhi, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Graduates in any discipline

Course programme


Semester 1
Financial Accounting Management
Business Communication
Managerial Economics (Micro)
Managerial Practices & Organizational Behavior (MP&OB)
Human Resource Management (HRM)

Semester 2

Managerial Economics (Macro)
Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Operations Management
Operations Research
Project Management

Semester 3

Research Methodology
Legal Aspects of Business
Introduction to Hospitality Management
Front Office Operations
Accommodation Operations
Financial Accounting

Semester 4

Strategic Management and Business Policy
International Business Management
Hospitality Customer Sales & Service
Principles and Practices of Management
Food Production and F & B Service
Hospitality Communication

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