IIE School of Hospitality and Service Management (HSM)
The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), Africa's leading provider of private higher education, is proud to introduce a new IIE School of Hospitality and Service Management. The School will serve as a centre of service education excellence, representing the embodiment of a new gold standard in industry-aligned service and hospitality-focused qualifications, each underpinned by a strong commercial learning foundation. The IIE qualifications offered at the School will serve to equip future graduates with both the requisite commercial and operational acumen necessary to successfully navigate the private and public sectors. In addition, the School will afford students the opportunity to participate in an immersive service and / or hospitality-centric academic programme that delivers a rich experiential and applied learning pathway.
The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE) offers quality and accredited programmes at the IIE School of Hospitality & Service Management.
With a qualification offering which spans from NQF level 5 to 7, students will have access to a range of articulated qualifications ranging from Higher Certificates to Degree.
With a focus on service-centred innovation, academic quality, graduate employability and industry engagement our graduates will continue to drive industry-standards globally, completing their qualifications with the relevant knowledge, skills and experiential learning to make them day-one contributors to their employers of choice.
Here is a list of the courses available IIE School of Hospitality and Service Management:
- HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
- HIGHER CERTIFICATE IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT DISTANCE
- BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
- BACHELOR OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT DISTANCE
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