The hospitality sector has many professional opportunities. In addition to international hotel management, studying the Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management will allow you to work in multiple areas and departments of the hospitality and tourism industry as well as events, gastronomy or restaurant service. Are you curious? If you keep reading, we will explain everything that awaits you after university.
Tourism is one of the sectors with more weight in the Spanish economy. The volume of foreign tourists visiting Spain does not stop growing, in fact, in 2018 and for the sixth consecutive year there were record numbers, according to the data published by the National Institute of Statistics and in 2019 the trend continues to rise. All this sums up in studying the Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management a positive bet for the future; keeping in mind the multiple options that it offers.
Three concentrations: multiply your job opportunities
1. International Hotel Management
If what you are passionate about is the international hotel management, studying the Bachelor’s Degree in the University College of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts of Sant Pol de Mar (EUHT StPOL) will allow you to work in hotels and accommodation companies as general director or as head of some of its departments: human resources, marketing, quality, food & beverage, guest service, revenue management, etc.
As a graduate in hospitality and tourism management you can also become responsible for the hospitality department in sectors as different as luxury brands, cruises, shopping centers, etc. And as a professional in the sector, you can also practice consulting and advising in hospitality and lodging companies, among many other options.
2. Food and Beverage and Events Management
If you are one of those who prefer to specialize in food and beverage or events management, the list of job opportunities continues growing. You can become a Food & Beverage director at a hotel, cruise, theme park or embassy; running a restaurant, an event company or a catering company; become a consultant for catering companies and many more.
3. Culinary arts and Kitchen Management
If, on the other hand, what you are passionate about is culinary arts and kitchen management, studying the Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management will allow you to become a chef in a restaurant, or become an executive chef, that is, taking charge of the management and restaurant administration. With the specialty in culinary arts and kitchen management you can also lead the gastronomic R & D department in a chain of restaurants, for example; or work as a consultant in gastronomy and cooking or as a gastronomic advisor.
Being able to choose between the two mentions and three concentrations offered by the Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management guarantees you to have a professional profile adapted to what the professional industry requires at all times. The data confirms this: once the students finish the Bachelor’s Degree in EUHT StPOL, they all have nearly a 100% job placement.