The Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management Department at Cardiff Metropolitan University is the foremost collective of academics in these disciplines in Wales, and one of the leading collectives in the UK.
Programmes include HNC/D Courses, Undergraduate Courses, Part-time Courses and Masters Courses. We also offer a number of Short Courses, such as British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) National Certificate for Personal Licence Holders; British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) Award for Music Promoters; WSET Level 1 award in Wines (formerly the Foundation Certificate); WSET Level 2 and Level 3 award in Wines and Spirits (formerly the Intermediate and Advanced Certificate.
Staff are consistently praised for their expertise, subject knowledge, and their accessibility and support.
Pedagogic and applied research forms a significant part of daily life across the Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management Department. This enables staff to bring state-of-the-art thinking and practices into the teaching and learning environment. A wide range of compulsory and optional modules exist within the programmes, including project-based modules and field study trips.
Collaboration with other national and international institutions is widespread. Students are able to undertake industrial work placements around the globe as a result of our dynamic industry links and robust alumni network. These strong links have created opportunities for students to benefit from industry-based scholarships and mentoring schemes, e.g.: SA Brain, Sodexo, Compass and the Savoy Educational Trust.