Hotel and Restaurant Business

State code 6531LX047
Faculty Faculty of Business Management
Study field Business Studies
Qualification Professional Bachelor of Business Administration
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180
Study plans Degree Course 2019-2022

Career Prospects

Graduates will be able to work as hotel and restaurant assistant managers, receptionists, sales or booking managers, to plan events, conferences, manage departmental work, establish hospitality enterprises (café, restaurant, hotel, etc.) and supervise them.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

  • Analyse hospitality business, assess business environment and plan activities.
  • Manage hotel and restaurant services, apply hospitality standards.
  • Apply management and business environment cognitive methods, manage human resources.
  • Manage and control financial and material resources and facilities and manage the changes.
  • Analyse and ensure customer needs, prepare and implement hospitality projects.
  • Communicate with local and foreign guests and business partners.


Full-time studies
Degree Course 2019-2022

1st semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation*
Social Business Environment

(Business Psychology, Business Law, History of Culture)

10 E

(Theory of Economics, Economic Statistics)

10 E
Business Foreign Language (first) 10 E
2nd semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Sustainable Development

(Socially Responsible Business, Business Ethics, Labour and Civil Security)

10 E

Accommodation Services Management

(Accommodation Services, Administrator’s job, Hotel Management Systems)

10 E
Catering Services (Production and Supply Organization, Organizing Food Preparation by Integrating Hygiene Basics, Organization of Restaurants and Bars) 10 E
3rd semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *

Management of Enterprise Material and Financial Resources

(Enterprise Economics, Finance, Accounting, Business Information Management)

10 E


(Hospitality Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, E-Marketing)

10 P
Free Elective Module 10
4th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *


(Theory of Management,  Tourism Management)

10 E
Hospitality Internship 20 E
5th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Hospitality Projects Management (Conference and event management, Entertainment management, Leisure management, World Countries Dining Technology) 10 P


(Specialty Language, Intercultural Communication, Oratory)

10 E
Business Foreign Language (second) 10 E
6th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *

Final Internship

20 E
Final Thesis 10 Defense of the Final Thesis

Optional subjects are freely selectable subjects from the list of predefined subjects.

* E – exam, P – project