Hotel Management is one course that opens many opportunities for a great career. Most of the students choose from the following options
During the three/four year course in Hotel Management College, the students study Food Production, Food & Beverage Service, Hotel Front Office, and Housekeeping along with the other subjects like Computers, Accounts, Hygiene, Nutrition, Economics, Communication Skills, French Language, Human Resource Development, Sales & Marketing, Facility Planning, and many more subjects. Hotel Management Course Equip you with theoretical and practical skills to become manager, not only in Hotels but also in any service industry like retail, banking, and other MNCs. The reason for the success of the students of the hotel management Course is that throughout the course, the students are taught and practiced the real-life skills. Following are the traits that make Hotel Management Students unique and highly successful in Hotel and any other service sector:
Hotel management Course not only helps you to become a hotel professional but also help to start a great career the other sectors.
Hotel management graduates flourishing outside the hospitality industry
Hotel management breaks all stereotypes by giving one career options beyond the hospitality industry. It enhances your leadership quality, polishes your communication skills and develops your finance management skills, making you fit for the tourism industry, the telecommunication services and retail management.
A person opting for hotel Management must nourish and develop certain attributes and characteristics. They must possess a serving attitude and a sense of hospitality towards everyone. They must be adapting by nature and must carry a sense of responsibility along with a smile on the face and a growing brightness and calmness in their words.
“Doing hotel management course has given me immense exposure to real life challenges and taught me how to tackle those effectively. It has made me a confident & matured person and has helped me grow in my career. I got to learn the different types of management styles while pursuing this course which has helped me manage employees of different age groups. The industry stint of 6 months helped me to deal with pressure situations. I also got to learn a lot on effective coordination with different stake holders and accomplishing the organizational goals and objectives.” Says Mr. Ankur Shukla, Assistant Vice President – Human Resource Reliance Retail Limited.
“The course and the experience I got has made me more strategic in nature. The skills and the knowledge that I got from there has helped me to create a mark for myself in the hospitality industry. It has made me a more committed and dedicated individual. I have a focused approach and I owe my success to whatever I got to learn during those three years doing the hotel management course”
“As far as the career options are concerned, there is no dearth of opportunities for people who are really serious about making a career for themselves. An employee can choose from various options available that are available like Hotels /QSRs /Hospitals /Retail /BPOs / Telecom etc.”
“And also one has the option to try for opportunities in different functions, be it in hotels or other sectors. The experience I got interacting with people from different cultures, actually made me excel in the field of human resource management”
Banking and I. T.
“I studied hotel management from 1995 to 1998. During the Hotel Management Course, I learned accounting, and economic. Hotel management polished my communication skills. Then I got into the banking industry.” Says Mr. Shashi Prakash, Director – Alliance in Xebia and ex banker. “I worked for companies like American Express and ICICI Bank Ltd. and then I shifted to another industry, ‘I. T.’ that is information technology. But if I hadn’t studied hotel management, I would never have reached where I am today“
“The kind of education you receive in hotel management is diversified, you can move on in pretty much any field. I know multiple people who studied hotel management and moved on in other fields such as banking and finance. So, the opportunities are immense.”