Egerton University (EU)
Bachelor of Catering and Hotel Management
- Bachelors Degree Program
- Duration : 4 years
Hotel sector is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Kenya's economy. It now requires an astute business mind, creative management and stunning interests to fully explore and appropriate its socio- economic prospects. The Bachelor of Catering and Hotel Management degree brings to aspirants opportunity to be part of the global leadership in Hotel and Catering sector.
This Bachelor of Catering ad Hotel Management programme is unique in that it covers all areas of hospitality that is an important component in the tourism industry, the fastest growing sector.
The Kenyan Hotel industry is a dynamic sector that is growing fast and this programme targets to train those interested in a career in the Hotel industry. Trainees will be expected to specialize in either Hotel management or Catering. The stake holders recommended that there is need to include courses in marketing and course emphasizing on human morals. Further it was evident that there was need to introduce more foreign languages other than French.
The career opportunities include:- Food and Beverage management, Catering management, Hotel or Resort management, Front Office management, Resident management, Property Management and Meetings Consultant or Resort Supervisor.
All candidates admitted to the degree programme of Bachelor of Catering and Hotel Management BCHM. must satisfy the minimum common entrance requirements as stipulated by the Egerton University Statutes.
The aim of Bachelor of Catering and Hotel Management programme is to produce professionals with firm academic and practical orientation in the Hotel industry. Specifically the programme will:
The Bachelors of Catering and Hotel degree programme takes FOUR academic years for full time students. Part-time students may be allowed to cover the programme within EIGHT academic years.
In order to fulfill the graduation requirements for Bachelor of Catering and Hotel Management Degree, candidates are required to take and pass at least all courses done.