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Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hotel Operations Management (MH125104, MOI: English)

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Hotel Operations Management

DepartmentDepartment of Hospitality and Business Management

Programme NameBachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hotel Operations Management

Programme Code MH125104
- Application for self-financed places in Year-1 Entry via VTC Admission S6 Portal
Application for self-financed places in Year-3 Entry via VTC Web-based Admission System

Mode, Year of Study Accepting Entry & Duration of StudyFull-time: 4 Years (Year 1 Entry) */ 2 Years (Year 3 Entry)

Medium of InstructionEnglish 

Venue(s)Programme core modules conducted at Chai Wan campus and some General Education (GE) elective modules on other campuses


Qualifications Framework

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Hotel Operations Management is recognised

under the QF
QF Level: 5

QR Registration No.: 14/002733/L5

Registration Validity Period: 01/09/2014 to 31/08/2024

Programme Aims

This programme aims to nurture a new generation of professionals for the rapidly developing hotel sector in Hong Kong as well as in the region. In order to equip students with strong theory and practical knowledge and skills in hotel operations management, a broad range of hotel topics including food & beverage management, front office and housekeeping management, hotel revenue management, and staff development and training will be covered in the programme. Via internship opportunities, this programme will also help students to identify and strengthen their career aspirations by integrating classroom knowledge with the practice of work within actual hotel settings.

Career Prospects

After obtaining relevant operational experience in the hotel / hospitality industry, graduates will be capable of assuming managerial positions such as restaurant manager, catering manager, front office manager, housekeeping manager, or revenue manager in local, regional or global hotel / hospitality companies (e.g. hotel and resort companies, conference and exhibition centres, private and country clubs, and theme parks, etc.).


Students’ abilities and performances will be assessed by a variety of assessment approaches, including Assignments, Written Tests, Skill Tests, Projects and Examinations. Details of assessment methods, criteria and weighting for each module are described in the Module Syllabi and Module Curriculum.

Professional Recognition

This programme has been accredited by the Institute of Hospitality (UK), and received Recognition of Quality Culinary Education Programme Cerification by the World Association of Chefs’ Societies.  This programme also achieved Observer of the International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education (THE-ICE).

Entrance Requirements

Entrance Requirements for Year 1:

Please refer to the General Entrance Requirements for details. 


Programme-specific Requirements :
1. For HKDSE, a maximum of two Applied Learning (ApL) subjects can be counted for admission purpose.  Relevant ApL subjects include: Hotel Operations, Hospitality Services in Practice, Western Cuisine, Food and Beverage Operations, Events Planning and Operation, Film and Video Studies/Film and Video, Accounting in Practice, Pâtisserie and Café Operations and Practical Psychology.
2. Applicants may be required to attend an interview.


Entrance Requirements for Year 3:

Higher Diploma OR equivalent sub-degree qualifications/studies in a relevant area of study.
1. Additional core modules are required (with fee charged) for sub-degree graduates according to the educational background of individuals.
2. All applicants are screened and selected by an Admission and Interview Panel. All interviews are conducted in English.
3. For enquiry please contact Department of Hospitality and Business Management (Telephone No: 3890 8222).

Tuition Fee

  • The tuition fees are charged according to the number of credit points taken during a semester.
  • The tuition fee for academic year 2024/25 is $3,235 per credit point for local students and $3,720 per credit point for non-local students. Tuition fees are subject to annual reviews.