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BMS Tourism & Hospitality Management

Why take this course?

If someone is looking for a career that offers travel, varied challenges and they enjoy working with diverse people, then a degree in tourism and hospitality management field will be the best choice. The Tourism & Hospitality Management Graduates find themselves in demand and often have a choice of employers when they start their careers, giving them confidence and the chance to excel in their chosen field. The right education enables future leaders to grow in this dynamic industry which will continue to provide global opportunities for the right people. The new-age Bachelor of Management Studies in Tourism and Hospitality Management is a unique specialization offered by Jain (Deemed-to-be University). The program has been designed with inputs by industry experts to groom students for the competitive and fast-growing technology sector of tourism and hospitality. The curriculum has been prepared with industry requirements in mind and it emphasizes practical, application-oriented learning. The tourism and hospitality management program equip students with the skills required to work with leading names in the hotel, resort and travel industry.

What will I experience?

  • While studying this course, you will be taught in a variety of ways including lectures, practical sessions, workshops, and guest speakers
  • Research projects and Field trips
  • Assessment is undertaken in many different ways, such as delivering a presentation, writing an assignment, analyzing a case study, completing a portfolio of evidence, time constrained tests or writing reports
  • During the course of study, the program will enable the student to develop the managerial skills required for working in the tourism and hospitality sector. While also further developing the transferable skills such as; team work, research skills, verbal and nonverbal communication, problem solving and analytical skills, which are required to work in the tourism and hospitality sector

What opportunities might the Course lead to?

There are many options to venture into to be a part of the tourism sector; public and private. The following are some of the profiles one can look into:

  • The ground staff or in flight staff, Traffic Assistance, Reservation and Counter Staff, etc.
  • Hotel Operations, Front office - Reservation, Front Office Supervisor, Night Auditor, Duty Manager
  • Food and Beverages - F & B Executive, F & B Supervisor, F & B Manager
  • Accounting
  • Booking Officer, Site Guide/ Excursion Agents
  • Guest Service Coordinator, Sales Reservation Agents
  • Operations Supervisors, Sales Coordinator, Marketing Coordinator
  • Management Positions - Operation Manager, Manager Finance, Marketing & Sales Manager
  • Coordinator / Manager - Events, Conference, Sales, Marketing, Business, Finance

Degree Awarded

Bachelor of Management Studies

Course Commencement

June 2019


The minimum qualification required to apply is, pass in the 10+2 examination in Science or Commerce from PUC / ISC / CBSE or equivalent board. A course recognized as equivalent thereto by the University.

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