MSc Property and Resort Management
Design for success
With continual global challenges like sustainability threats and scarcity of resources, tourism, as an international industry, is often faced with difficulties to sustain its businesses. As a result, many tourism destinations choose to diversify their products by capitalising on other tourism potentials. Resort and property management is seen as one of the feasible alternatives. The business of tourism property and resort management is gaining increasing importance and is one of the emerging markets in newly industrialized economies. Therefore, there is a growing demand for qualified property and resort managers in the tourism industry. The MSc Property and Resort Management Programme is designed to address this need. The programme is unique in that it is specifically developed for aspiring professionals seeking to enhance their managerial skills in the field of resort and property managementThe programme is a professionally relevant course designed to prepare students to assume responsibilities in property and resort management. This Postgraduate Degree will help to strengthen existing managerial skills of students and provide them with a more rigorous background to build a successful career in tourism resort and property management.
- For people working in the managerial sector looking for boost in property and resort management
To provide students with an understanding on the complexity of the tourism property and resort businesses
To build up their ability for assuming strategic roles in the planning and development of tourism resort and properties;
To develop skills and knowledge necessary in decision-making at managerial level, specifically in the context of resort and property management
To gain managerial competencies necessary for middle management positions within the tourism resort and property industry
To train mid-management & junior staff at management & operational levels of the industry
To equip students with sufficient knowledge & techniques in order to enable them to assist decision makers in resort and property planning & management
To develop a grounding in postgraduate research practices, theoretical approaches and debates in international tourism management
- (i) A Bachelor Degree from a recognised university or any other recognised institution of higher education
- (ii) Exceptionally candidates holding a relevant Diploma from a recognised institution may be admitted with at least 5 years of relevant professional work experience.
12 Lessons2 years