The Hospitality Management Programme offers a broad educational approach across a varied course study that prepares students with the necessary management theories and operational competencies to enter any segment of the industry upon graduation.
Our programme offers an unrivalled business education that delivers a balance between theory and practice. The education is grounded in hospitality- the ultimate service business and ideal foundation for leadership training. ISH students learn how to succeed in business and how to tap into a range of key skills, including strategic thinking, big-picture orientation, as well as poise, charisma and emotional intelligence.
The Hospitality Management Programme offers a broad educational approach across a range of courses and concentrations that prepares students with required management theories and operational competencies to enter any segment of the industry upon graduation.
Through the unique curricula, the students can focus on their areas of concentration over the eight semesters that also includes two business internships. In focusing on the arts and science of hospitality, prospective ISH graduates will be adept at day-to-day operations while also prepared to assist in the preparation and execution of the organisational strategic vision. The first two years of the programme focus on the art of hospitality while the last two years allow the student to engage with the science of it.
The ISH Industry Mentorship Programme
Students are encouraged to use this programme to seek information and guidance about their career direction and goals. Mentors will support and guide you as you prepare for your future career.
As an ISH student, you will be matched with an experienced professional from the industry, giving you first hand insights into your chosen profession. The ISH Industry Mentorship Programme helps students discover the range of work options available, whilst actively supporting their career exploration, professional development, and industry networking opportunities.
Our Hospitality Management Programme covers a broad spectrum of subjects in each semester with each semester building
on the previous.
The Indian School of Hospitality makes every effort to ensure that the information provided in the prospectus is accurate and up to date, however necessary changes to the information provided may be made to reflect changes in academic practice or theory as a result of new and emerging research.
Introduction to Hospitality Business
Culinary Theory & Practicals
Food Service Theory & Practicals
Front Office and House Keeping
Nutrition, Hygiene and Safety
Principle of Marketing
Food and Beverage Management
Business Internship and assessment
Service Operations Management
F&B Concepts and Management
Human Resource Management
Service Operations Management
Mice and Events Management
Law and Ethics
Crisis and Security Management
Resort and Destination Management
Trends in Hospitality Business
Methods of Research
Corporate Social Responsibility
The minimum eligibility to apply to the Indian School of Hospitality undergraduate programmes is the following:
In the case of Higher Secondary School Certificate or State Boards, CBSE and ICSE, 40% marks in 12th standard with English as one of the subjects is the minimum requirement.
In the case of International Baccalaureate students, a diploma is the minimum requirement. International Baccalaureate certificate students are not eligible for admission.
In the case of Cambridge University students (GCE/IGCSE/GCSE examinations of the approved British Examination Bodies), ‘A’ Level certificate is the minimum requirement with 5 (Five) subjects in A, B, C Grades including English at Ordinary (‘O’) Level and 2/3 (Two/Three) subjects at Advanced Level.
Candidates in their 12th standard or equivalent class can also apply, provided they would be completing their final examination before 30th May, and can produce their 12th passing certificate / mark sheet before 31st August. Admission of such a candidate shall be strictly provisional until they submit the qualifying certificates before the prescribed last date.
The offer of admission is subject to verification of original certificates/transcripts at the time of admission. If any candidate is found ineligible at a later date even after admission to the Institute, his/her admission will stand cancelled.
During the personal interview, candidates will be reviewed on
Motivation for hospitality
Here’s what to expect when applying to ISH:
Step one: apply online or by post
Step two: coordinated interview
Step three: interview, group discussion, team building activity
Step four: selection and confirmation of acceptance
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