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International Hospitality Management

Study a semester at the International Hospitality Management programme

About the programme

Work professionally with guest experiences in the hospitality industry!

Studying International Hospitality Management, you will gain insight into the key areas of business in management, strategy, economics, culture awareness and guest relations. This means that you will achieve the tools to develop new markets and concepts, an understanding of strategic challenges as well as the ability to handle the operationalisation of a company strategy.

Semesters currently open for exchange

You will study a full semester

You will need to follow the full semester and obtain the 30 ECTS that the semester offers.

It is not possible to mix courses from different semesters and different programmes or to be exempt from single subjects. This is because all our subjects and modules are interwoven. This way you will learn to apply all your skills and competences to solve more complex problems.

Full programme and curriculum

Subject elements

The programme is based on a number of national and local subject elements that together make up the study programme. The following national and local subject elements are compulsory:

  • Management and organisation
  • Economics
  • Culture awareness and guest relations
  • Hostmanship
  • Strategy
  • Scientific method
  • Law
  • ​Sales and marketing

Project work is pivotal in each semester

In each semester you will be working on a major project across all the interlinked subjects.

Evaluations and exams

You can find information about the specific exams in each semester in the programme's full curriculum.

As an exchange student you will need to take all exams that are planned during the semester on the same terms as students following the full-degree programme. You can find more information in our examination regulations.

In Denmark students are evaluated on the basis of a 7-point grading scale. Learn more about the Danish grading system and how it translates