Bachelor of Hospitality Management


The Master of Business in Hospitality Management at Schellhammer Business School is a special program that is focused on the research of the hospitality industry in general with a particular focus on management.

The multidisciplinary program that includes food and beverages as well as services and hospitality, food rooms department, tourism and hospitality offer students with an extensive educational background with the chance to pursue careers in the industry of hospitality which is where the skills developed through this program like critical analytical, creative and imaginative thinking, intellectual dexterity, and creativity are highly sought-after.

In keeping with the other undergraduate and graduate programs offered at Shellhammer Business School, while advocating for and promoting a new way of thinking.

Humans have a tendency to look for answers to many human-made and related issues in order to comprehend the spiritual, moral, and intellectual significance in the present.


  1. Marketing principles
  2.  Academic writing and reading abilities
  3. IT skills I
  4. Critical analysis and industrial visits
  5. Self-management
  6. An introduction to food and drinks
  7. Introduction to management of hotels
  8. Food and service
  9. Communication skills
  10. Department of rooms


  1. Resolution of conflicts and negotiations
  2. Management and creation of efficient teams
  3. Philosophical anthropology and ethical anthropology.
  4. Data analysis and financial management
  5. Control of food and drinks
  6. Critical analysis and industrial visits
  7. Principles of travel and tourism
  8. IT skills: E-commerce.
  9. Tourism and hospitality marketing services
  10. Management of hospitality
  11. Human management of resources


  1. Food and Beverage Management
  2. IT Skills III
  3. The State of Humanity and the Planet
  4. Family Business
  5. Industrial Visits and Critique
  6. The Architecture of the Mind
  7. Sustainability: A Global Resources Challenge
  8. Personal Development Concepts.
  9. Innovative trends and developments in the area of tourism and hospitality.
  10. Career development and personal presentation

LANGUAGE CLASSES OFFERED: (Spanish, French, German, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, Russian and English)

Note that the suggested topics might differ from the official list, and are regularly reviewed in order to ensure the most relevant information to the specific industry and the business world. The language classes are based on requirements (minimum 5 students) per level and should be selected prior to the start of the course.

Course Information

Course Duration 3 academic years
Semester 1: October / Semester 2: February
ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) 180 points
Age minimum: 18 years


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