Hospitality-related subjects offer a wide range of study options, both specialist and generalist. Whichever you choose, a degree in hospitality management gives you an in-depth understanding of the structure and operation of the industry and its related sectors. A common thread is a focus on identifying, understanding and responding to the needs of consumers, so as to provide an excellent customer experience.

Students complete three certificates (N4-N6) and 18 months of in-service training, at the end of which a Diploma in Hospitality and Catering Services is awarded. The course structure is laid out so that you can follow a stream that suites your requirement. The subjects for the various streams are as follows:

How is the Program Structured

The Program is divided into Six , six month Semesters.

What will I Learn

Applied Management N4
Catering (Theory and Practical) N4
Nutrition and Menu Planning N4
Sanitation and Safety N4
Applied Management N5
Catering (Theory and Practical) N5
Food and Beverage Service N5
Entrepreneurship and Business Management N4
Applied Management N6
Catering (Theory and Practical) N5
Communication and Human Relations N6
Introductory Computer Practice N4or
Computer Practice N4

What is the minimum entrance requirements
A year end school report for Grade 12

Each level takes 6 Months full time to complete (total of 18 months to complete the theory) and then 18 months practical. Generally it takes 3 years to qualify for a National Diploma.