MBA in Hospitality

MBA in Hospitality

2 years
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Silver Mountain School of Hotel Management, which is affiliated with Scotland's Queen Margaret University (QMU), offers the esteemed MBA in Hospitality program. This comprehensive program equips ambitious business professionals with the skills, information, and perspectives required for success in the modern corporate environment. Leading experts in their fields, our respected teachers provide a top-notch education that integrates theory and practice. A range of businesses, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, event planning, and tourism, are among those for which the hospitality MBA program prepares students for managerial roles.

The course covers general business practices before focusing on the hotel sector. This curriculum offers numerous possibilities in hospitality management, including;

Career advancement: Students have the chance to develop your career in the hospitality business by earning an MBA in hospitality management.

Increased job opportunities: An MBA in hospitality management can open up more work prospects, including those as a hotel manager, event organizer, restaurant manager, and other positions.

High earning potential: The hospitality industry is booming, and an MBA can help you get hired for well-paying jobs like executive chef, general manager, director of operations, etc.

Entrepreneurship: People with an MBA in hospitality management can go out on their own and launch their own hospitality enterprises, such as eateries, lodging facilities, event management firms, etc.

International opportunities: Opportunities are available because hospitality management is a worldwide sector. An MBA in hospitality management can help you take advantage of these chances.

Networking: MBA schools frequently offer lots of opportunities for networking, allowing students to build connections with people in the hospitality sector.

Skill development: critical skills like leadership, problem-solving, communication, and strategic planning that are applicable to a variety of industries with the aid of an MBA program in hospitality management.


  • A specialist Bachelor in Hotel Management, Bachelor in Travel and Tourism or related discipline equivalent to an ordinary degree (SCQF 9) containing structured work experience equivalent to one year with a minimum average score of 50%
  • A Bachelor in any discipline equivalent to an ordinary degree (SCQF 9) with a minimum average score of 50% from a recognized board/institute by Tribhuvan University plus at least one year work experience relevant to the hospitality industry
  • Written Examination
  • Interview

Admission Criteria

  • Application Form
  • Academic Certificate
    • High School
    • Bachelor Degree
    • Equivalent sheet of TU (if needed)
  • Training Certificate if any
  • 2 Passport size photograph
  • Copy of Citizenship

Curricular Structure

9 Module: (9x20) =180 Credits

Consulting Project =60 Credits

Duration: 2 Years

Module description 

Critical Issues in International Hospitality

  • Identify current issues and challenges, use tools to manage hospitality business strategy, evaluate key forces for change, appraise companies' responses to external changes, engage in academic debate on hospitality industry influences, and demonstrate skills in reflective learning and oral presentation.

International Marketing

  • Apply marketing concepts and roles in a contemporary and international business context. Evaluate the impact of the macro environment, particularly culture, on marketing and business activities. Review international marketing opportunities considering ethics and social responsibility. Critically analyze international marketing strategies related to branding and market entry.

Accounting for Managers

  • Demonstrate understanding of cost classifications. Evaluate costing principles and apply them to relevant scenarios. Apply budgeting, performance measurement, and investment appraisal techniques critically. Analyze responses to current management accounting issues critically.

Innovation in Hospitality

  • Analyze changing consumer and market dynamics in the hospitality ecosystem, evaluate characteristics of hospitality offerings and their implications for innovation, create evidence-based value propositions for hospitality innovations, and critically appraise constraints, implications, sustainability, disruption, and future potential of innovations for hospitality organizations and the industry.

Strategic Human Resource Management

  • Understand the role of HRM in managing people and leading change. Demonstrate a critical understanding of key HR practices and their role in contemporary organizations (recruitment & selection, employee development, performance management, pay and reward management). Understand different forms of employee involvement and participation. Evaluate the role of HRM in creating sustainable workplaces and organizations critically. Evaluate the link between HRM and organizational performance critically.

Data Analytics and Decision-Making

  • Explore data sources, analyze database inputs and outputs, develop analytical competency through secondary data analysis, evaluate data analytics techniques for decision making, synthesize key findings, and utilize presentation outputs to influence decision-making.

Sustainable Hospitality Operations

  • Apply critical analysis to political, social, economic, and environmental challenges in a digital environment and understand ethical dilemmas in hospitality operations. Understand sustainability benchmarks and their implications for hospitality operations. Critically appraise hospitality organizations as corporate citizens. Evaluate managerial options for responsible hospitality operation.

Research Methods

  • Critically analyze principles of qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. Evaluate the suitability of research methods for specific objectives. Design and pilot data collection instruments. Formulate a research proposal with justified data collection and analysis strategies. Demonstrate understanding of practical, organizational, and ethical implications of empirical research.

Strategy and Leadership

  • Evaluate techniques used in macro-environmental and resource-based analysis critically. Analyze the importance and challenges of strategy formulation and implementation critically. Synthesize and appraise leadership models and their effectiveness in achieving organizational goals. Evaluate the relationship between leadership and organizational change critically. Assess the impact of strategic decisions on an organization and recommend change management strategies.