Jobs and careers

The service sector is a wide-ranging industry with various subcategories

This means that your future employer, job title and work duties may also vary greatly depending on your efforts and on how you specialise in terms of your work placement, your assignments, your network etc. during your time of study at the International Hospitality Management programme.

Possible job titles

There are numerous possible job titles, which of course depend on your individual profile. Your individual profile is a combination of:

  • Your subject knowledge, that is, the degree to which you master the knowledge acquired through studies.
  • Your work experience, including your work placement.
  • Your personal competencies.
  • Other experience and competencies.

During your time of study, you will acquire knowledge of management, economics and strategy, among many other things, which will give you the skills to handle high-level duties in the hospitality industry.

Some will be able to take up a position as manager or mid-level manager immediately after graduation, while others may need to gain more experience in order to hold a position as manager or middle manager – this will depend on your individual profile.

With this in mind, your future job title could be:

  • Marketing coordinator
  • Marketing assistant
  • Hotel manager
  • Sales manager
  • Sales consultant
  • Event manager
  • Event coordinator
  • Travel agency employee
  • Travel agency manager
  • Restaurant manager
  • Yield manager
  • Self-employed
  • Guest relations manager
  • Reception desk manager
  • Booking manager
  • HR manager
  • HR consultant
  • HR coordinator
  • Sales coordinator
  • Food and Beverage manager
  • Contract manager
  • Concept developer
  • Conference coordinator
  • Project manager
  • Activity manager
  • Tourist agency worker
  • Communications worker
  • Guest services worker
  • Rooms division manager

Possible employers:

  • Hotels
  • Travel agencies
  • Tour operators
  • Restaurants
  • Tourist information centres
  • Tourist attractions
  • Sports clubs
  • Event businesses
  • Kitchens
  • Conference centres
  • Local, regional, national and international tourist organisations
  • Airlines
  • Cruise lines
  • Handling agents
  • National parks
  • Festivals
  • Public and private trade associations
  • Museums
  • Cultural institutions
  • Inns
  • Campsites
  • Hostels
  • Local governments
  • Mid-level governments
  • Inbound travel agencies

Possible work duties:

  • Sales
  • Guest and customer services
  • Travel coordination and planning
  • Innovation and concept development
  • Marketing campaigns
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Destination development and marketing
  • Attraction and amusement development
  • Event and conference planning
  • Event facilitation and hosting
  • Project coordination
  • Process optimisation
  • Communication assignments

Contact Student Advisor

Lars Olsen
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 13 95
laol@ucn.dk

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

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