Executive Masters

 

An executive Masters degree allows you to study while working and can help accelerate your hospitality career.

What is an executive masters program

If you want to accelerate your career and are looking for leadership opportunities but you’re already working and can’t commit to a full-time program, an executive Masters could be just what you need.

Executive Masters programs in hospitality are designed for experienced professionals who are looking for a formal qualification to progress in their hospitality careers.

Key to this is flexibility. An executive Masters will generally offer online or remote learning options so you do not have to relocate and provides a high degree of flexibility so you can fit your studies around your work and life commitments.

That flexibility doesn’t mean you have to compromise either. An executive Masters still gives you all the benefits of other in-person hospitality degree programs, including:

A degree from an accredited hospitality or hotel management school on your CV

  • Teaching by faculty who are experts in their fields
  • Access to career support and contacts with sought-after employers
  • Network access that boosts employability

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Executive Masters degrees in Hospitality and Hotel Management

There are a number of different hospitality Masters options – from a hotel management degree to luxury management – so the right one for you will depend on your career goals and the area in which you want to specialize.

Crucially important is choosing the right hospitality management school. Ideally, you should look for one that offers:

Strong online program content – advances in technology mean learning can be delivered in a number of different formats, so look for a school that provides opportunities to attend lectures virtually, view recordings of classes online and download course content.

Quality faculty – if you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best, so look for a school that employs experts in their fields.

Industry recognition – look for a school that’s well regarded in the industry and can organise placements with some of the top brands in the business.

Access to an alumni network – a thriving alumni network can give students the edge because alumni tend to recruit from their former school or recommend other alumni for roles.

Career support – the best schools have careers departments that have strong links with top brands, provide ongoing and tailored career advice and introduce you to recruiters you cannot get to off the street.

Professional work experience – find a school that offers at least one internship so you can gain valuable, on-the-job professional experience and apply what you’ve learned in a real-world context.

Student experience – the opportunity to mix with students from different backgrounds is also important. Hospitality is an international industry and exposure to different cultures is a must, as is building a strong professional network of your peers.

Find an executive Masters that sets you up for leadership roles in hospitality

The ultimate goal of studying an executive Masters program is to accelerate your career in hospitality. A good program will teach you everything you need to know, from front of house, food and beverage and event management to marketing, accounting and revenue management.

The best programs will set you up for leading roles in the industry through a mix of high-quality academic content, bespoke career support, an immersive experience in industry and access to a network that will maximize your employment prospects.

Take the Executive MBA in Global Hospitality Management

The world-renowned Les Roches MBA is now available in a flexible format that enables you to reach the highest levels of hospitality leadership while working

Study for an Executive Master’s in International Hospitality Management

The perfect program for mid-career professionals looking to accelerate their career in hospitality is available at Les Roches

Frequently asked questions

For people looking for the academic clout to accelerate their careers in hospitality but who do not have time to devote to full-time study, an executive Masters is the ideal solution. A good executive Masters program will enable you to reach leadership positions in the industry while you are still working.

The Executive MBA is your chance to study the world-renowned MBA program in a timescale that suits your circumstances. It gives you all the advantages of an MBA while allowing you to remain in your current role.

An Executive MBA is a type of graduate degree, just like an MBA or MSc. The only difference is that you are able to study for it without having to attend a campus full time. For more on graduate hospitality degrees, visit https://lesroches.edu/graduate-programs/