Undergraduate Course


BSc Hospitality Management

The hospitality industry in Ireland and worldwide is performing very strongly and needs qualified graduates to work in and run operations in this sector.  This is a great industry for those interested in travel as positions are plentiful and the financial rewards are attractive.  Students learn how to be competent as managers in any functional area in a hospitality business whether that is working in a top hotel or resort or opening your own restaurant, hotel or bar. 

This dynamic course provides an industry focused curriculum taught through a range of practical and academic learning styles to maximize the learning experience.  Students learn all the necessary business skills to equip them for management, while getting plenty of opportunities to put their skills into practice. 

For more information about what you will study on the BSc in Hospitality Management click here.


  • At a glance
  • Level 8 Honours Degree
  • Duration : 1 year full-time (one year add-on having completed a Level 7 Ordinary Degree)

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  • Dr Ziene Mottiar
  • ziene.mottiar@dit.ie
  • 01 402 7559
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Graduates are trained professionals with sound operational work experience and a comprehensive understanding of the hospitality industry.

Career opportunities are almost limitless in hotels, food and tourism enterprises worldwide. As such, they are in demand by a large cross section of the industry from general and operational management within the hospitality industry, to more specialised areas.

Career opportunities in this sector include marketing and sales, human resource management, food and beverage management, rooms division management, and conferencing management in Ireland and abroad. 

For more information about what you will study on the BSc in Hospitality Management click here.

Students who have reached the appropriate honours standard have access to a range of Masters Degrees in DIT and elsewhere in Higher Education.  Within the School, there are Master programmes in Hospitality Management (full time or part time), Tourism Management (full time or part time),  or Event Management (full time or part time).