F&B Management specialty students receive professional knowledge and restaurant business management skills, learn newe0st technologies of client service organization at food and beverage operations.
Restaurant business is the one of the highly developing businesses in the world, therefore students with F&B Management diploma have very high chance for successful employment.
The program may be elective (studied as additional specialty to Hotel Management program) or may be studied as an independent one.
Students studying Hotel Management just need to take one extra module in a semester to get the second F & B Management diploma.
Training scheme (additional modules):
1st semester (14 weeks)
2nd semester (14 weeks)
Internship (up to 22 weeks)
|As an addition to the Hotel Management modules:||As an addition to the Hotel Management modules:||Internship in Antalya seaside hotels / International programs internships|
3rd semester (14 weeks)
4th semester (14 weeks)
|As an addition to the Hotel Management modules:||As an addition to bask list of the Hotel Management modules:|
- 2 years for the 12th grade school graduates (secondary specialized education) + 1 year of the Undergraduate program.
The academic workload is up to 40 study hours a week plus self studies – up to 15 hours a week.
As an addition to the main Hotel Management diploma this program graduates obtain EI-AH & LA (USA) diploma with the specialization in Food & Beverage Management.
Managing Beverage Operations
The course incorporates basic information on beverage operations in general, and its HR segment in food and beverage operations. While studying the module, students learn all details about alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, get acquainted with their classification, service rules, compatibility with various meals, etc.
Purchasing for Food Service Operations
Purchasing is one of the most important functions in food and beverage operations. Tactically, purchasing activity main goal is avoiding lack of required products; strategically – managing purchasing process, integration with other departments and external suppliers, satisfying clients’ needs and demands. Purchasing for Food Service Operations’ tasks and role in food and beverage operations, department effective organization options, costs and expenses control principles, selecting right distributor partners: these are the module’s program topics.
Planning and Control for Food and Beverage Operations
This module helps students become experts in issues related with effective control system in food and beverage operations, expenses breakdowns, cost-volume-profit analysis, income and expense control, menu cost calculation, theft prevention among staff, etc. The course also incorporates information about software required for proper functioning of food and beverage operation.
Training and Development for the Hospitality Industry
At the moment personnel training in the hospitality industry gets special meaning, after all client requirements to the service are getting higher and higher, standards are changing, competition is becoming more intense.
In this module’s program students will learn about advantages of training, retraining and professional development, investment role in human resources development, training methods for employees of different levels.
|Fee per an academic year|
|Program name||Enrolment on the basis of entry examinations||Early-bird campaign – before 01.05.2019||Standard fees (no examinations)||Fees include|
– Hotel Management
|Second Program ***|
– Food and Beverage Management
|Extra payment for the chosen education option|
* The education fee on the basis of entry examinations will be determined by the Admission Committee subject to examination results. See the Admission Procedure for the Academic Year 2018-2019 for details.
** This fee does not include translation of documents, notarisation, apostils, etc.
*** Food and Management Diploma is a minor and can be taught along with the Hotel Management program.
LANGUAGE (English, Turkish or Russian) + INTERNSHIPS PROGRAMMES
|Cost per an academic year|
|Programme name||Enrolment at early registration|
|The cost includes:|
|Intensive English course with introduction to speciality||3500 euro|
* This cost does not include translations of documents, notarisation, apostils, etc.
|Study materials for the 1st year program (English Faculty on the basis of 11th form) for those receiving Turkish and American diplomas||€670|
|Study materials for the 2nd year program (English Faculty) for those receiving Turkish and American diplomas||€535|
|Medical insurance (per 1 academic year)||min. $250|
(depending on the program, age, and other factors)
|Excursion subscription (per 1 academic year) – Optional||$250|
|Lodging at the dormitory and three meals daily (mandatory for all foreign students)/td>||See the Lodging Pricelist|
|Residence permit fee||From $85 depending on the country of citizenship|