Hotel Management is one of leading areas in international business. Hotel Management specialty will open unlimited opportunities for you to find successful employment and give a great start to your career.
The Academy students study management, marketing, human resources management, computer technologies used in the hospitality industry.
The educational program perfectly combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills; students have their internship in best hotels of Mediterranean seaside.
There are two departments in the Academy: Russian and English. In the English one all classes including seminars and practical training are conducted in English.
The academic workload for the Hotel Management students is up to 36 study hours a week. The educational program also includes self studies – up to 15 hours a week.
- 2 years for the 12th grade school graduates (secondary specialized education) + 1 year of Undergraduate program
- The Ministry of Education of Turkish Republic diploma
- EI-AH & LA (USA) diploma
- University of Applied Arts Bachelor diploma
1st YEAR (for the 12th grade school graduates)
1st semester (14 weeks)
2nd semester (14 weeks)
3rd semester (14 weeks)
4th semester (14 weeks)
Up to 22 weeks
3rd YEAR (Undergraduate Program)
5th semester (14 weeks)
6th semester (14 weeks)
The Lodging and Food Service Industry
This module provides basic knowledge of the lodging and food service industry and has been specifically developed for those who do not have vast experience in the lodging business. Students get acquainted with the hospitality history, different types of tourism, structure, organization and service in this area. The course covers two areas: lodging and food service.
Management of Food and Beverage Operations
During this module studying students obtain fundamental theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for organization, planning and control of food and beverage operations; they learn how to manage the food preparation and guests service processes, make marketing analysis of the services provided by a hotel.
Food Safety: Managing with the HACCP System
Food safety has very high standards to maintain nowadays, therefore it is extremely important to manage all food production, storage and issuing processes skillfully. The method of food safety based on hazard analysis and critical control points is taught in the module program in the format convenient for students. Student study each production stage very carefully: from menu planning, products purchasing, food preparation to service and cleaning; they identify specific risks, and learn how to use control methods for their prevention.
Managing Housekeeping Operations
Not only luxurious interiors create coziness and comfort in a hotel, but so does the operating personnel. The hotel’s atmosphere, clients feedback and, therefore, revenue depend on the Housekeeping operations. During the course studies students learn all details of successful housekeeping operation: from the correct way of recruiting and maintaining qualified personnel, planning and organization to technical details of cleaning various hotel areas. Practical tips from specialists will help use the knowledge in real live easily.
Managing Front Office Operations
The first impression of a hotel depends on how professionally the front office staff works. Thanks to this module students are able to understand the front office role, its relation to other services and meaning of the overall hotel operation. The module parts also incorporate revenue management and computer technologies used in the Front office operations. Practical research and global practice studies are great addition to the module.
Managing Technology in the Hospitality Industry
The modern level of hospitality industry development involves using various technical innovations. The newest computer technologies help make the managing system more effective, expand clients base, solve marketing tasks. Description of computer technologies in all functional areas of a hotel including booking, rooms, food and beverage, sales, accounting, basic purchases technical services and modern information systems management, system safety issues are covered in the course.
Marketing in the Hospitality Industry
Specialists working in the hospitality industry first of all should be client oriented. Understanding clients, learning their wishes and needs are the main goal of marketing. The course content presents practical introduction into marketing in the tourism and hospitality industry. Main areas of marketing are covered in the module program: clients wishes and needs identification, creation products and services satisfying these needs, products and services promotion as well sales for the company’s revenue increase.
Managing Hospitality Human Resources
Special attention in the hospitality industry is paid to Human Resources management. The company’s success rely on how much is invested in employees and how managers use the human potential. This module covers Human Resources management strategy as a special management area, students review modern approaches to Human Resources management, personnel recruitment specifics, employees motivation systems, learn labor law requirements, obtain effective leadership skills.
Supervision in the Hospitality Industry
Any supervision activity, starting with accepting new service standards ending with innovation projects implementation, affect staff job and task performance. The course covers effective supervision and managerial skills required in the hospitality industry, as well as staffing, personnel selection and training, job performance increase, conflict management and various methods of time management.
International Hotels: Development and Management
This module helps get a thorough look at the international hospitality industry, its development and management. Students learn about its nowadays trends, international policy in the travel and tourism area and factors affecting the hospitality industry in general.
Hospitality Facilities Management and Design
Thanks to this module, students are able to solve problems of design and maintenance (including basic technical systems, food preparation equipment and facilities design) in the hospitality industry. Costs saving and efficiency improving technologies, newest computer technologies that simplify operations in the hospitality industry are covered in this course as well.
Hospitality Industry Financial Accounting
This module is a comprehensive introductory course into financial accounting in the hospitality industry. Students learn about accounting department role in a hotel operation, obtain knowledge of accounting functions, forms and principles, get acquainted with full accounting cycle and different report types.
|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|