1 Explanation of Points scale: (a) The person shall have reached the age of 23 in the first Career Information year of registration and shall have at least: Senior Certificate Three years' appropriate work experience; and/or national diploma : hospitality Management symbol Higher Grade Standard Grade Capacity for the proposed instructional programme, This programme may be replaced in 2018 by the diploma in hospitality A 8 6 which shall be tested at the discretion of the subject to the approval being granted by the Council for Higher Education. B 7 5 respective Head of Department; and Location C 6 4 (b) The relevant Faculty Board shall be satisfied that the Ritson Campus (Block D) person's standard of communication skills, ability to D 5 3. Description of the Programme study successfully and/or work experience are such that E 4 2.
2 Good hospitality management is about ensuring high standards in the person, in the opinion of the relevant Faculty Board, F 3 1 should be able to complete the proposed instructional businesses, which provide hospitality as their core product, mainly in respect of accommodation, food and beverage and events management. % NSC Level Points programme successfully. If required, the communication Banqueting/Conference and leisure activities are associated with the 90-100 7 8 skills and study skills should be tested; and programme. 80-89% 7 7 (c) The person's application for admission in terms of work 70-79% 6 6 experience, age and maturity is approved prior to Although establishments vary with regard to business emphasis and target 60-69% 5 5 registration. markets, a common commitment to service excellence is essential.
3 It is 50-59% 4 4 Applicants intending to gain admission through work only the degree of luxury that changes. As a Career which depends upon 40-49% 3 3 experience, age and maturity must submit their service as its cornerstone it is the challenge of every general manager and 30-39% 2 2 applications at least four months before his/her team to ensure that each guest leaves the hotel as a satisfied and 20-29% 1 1 commencement of the academic year. well-disposed customer. Entry Requirements Additional Entry Requirements: DEPARTMENTAL SENIOR. The national diploma : hospitality Management is designed to develop or, DEPARTMENTAL NSC. CERTIFICATE All persons will be required to present themselves for the as is the case in certain areas, only to introduce students to the knowledge REQUIREMENTS Department's suitability test and successful candidates may be REQUIREMENTS.
4 And skills required to become a successful hospitality manager. NSC diploma Entry Applicants with A Senior Certificate or equivalent short-listed for an interview. 22 or more points will be considered qualification. Personal Qualities Required NSC Compulsory Every learner will be required to have a Hepatitis A vaccination, Compulsory Subjects Rating HG SG which must comprise a primary and a booster dose. Personal attributes associated with successful hospitality Management Code Subjects are essential and the following characteristics are an important part of English (home) OR 3 Full uniform and toolkit is required which is for the learner's account. English D C. the curriculum. English (1st additional) 4. Communication ability (verbal and written) Preference will be given to students Preference will be given to Preference will be given to applicants who have passed the With at least one of the following students with at least one of the Self-confidence and maturity Subjects: following Subjects: under-mentioned listed subjects for each of the following Good grooming and personal presentation 4 Economics OR qualifications: Accounting OR Business D C.
5 4 Business Economics D ND: hospitality Management/ND: Catering Management, Business Leadership ability Studies OR Consumer 4 OR Hotel Keeping C. Studies OR Economics OR D C related subjects and Hotel Keeping & Catering recommended. Self-control and a strong sense of responsibility hospitality Studies 4 & Catering OR Preference will be given to applicants who have: Home Economics D C. 4 Proven experience in the Tourism, hospitality and Food Industries. Duration Three years full-time (two years at Hotel School and one in a reputable These are minimum requirements and do not guarantee Successfully completed a subject/qualification for the hospitality entry. The Department reserves the right to accept students industry at a Technical College or other accredited training hospitality organisation).
6 (Work Integrated Learning). with the highest points/codes/symbols. organisation. Career opportunities OR Successfully completed national Qualification units/levels as The national diploma : hospitality Management will provide you with the recorded by qualified assessor/s of CATHSSETA. foundation to become a departmental manager in a hotel or other food Admission Requirement based upon Work Successfully completed Further Education and Training Certificate at and beverage outlet, and eventually a general manager, should this be in Experience, Age and Maturity NQF Level 4 or equivalent. keeping with your ambition and potential. Over and above Work For admission to entry level diploma and certificate studies: Tuition Fees Integrated Learning students have the opportunity of applying for A person may, subject to such requirements as the Senate To assist you with your planning, the 2018 fees have been indicated internships (one year) in reputable hospitality organisations nationally as may determine, be admitted to the Institution even if such a PLEASE NOTE: DUT cannot be held liable for the fees in well as internationally.
7 Disney World and South African Youth Exchange person is not in a possession of a national Senior Certificate, this brochure as the 2019 fees are not yet final. (SAYX) are regular partners. Senior Certificate or an equivalent certificate, provided that: First Year Curriculum 2018 Fees FOR FURTHER Information . Department of hospitality and Tourism Culinary Studies and Nutrition I R7 Food and Beverage Service I R5 Ritson Road hospitality Communication I R4 Durban University of Technology hospitality Financial Management I R3 P O Box 1334. hospitality Health and Safety I R4 Durban hospitality Information Systems I R5 4000. hospitality Management I R4 Tel: (031) 373 5508. Accommodation Management I R6 Fax: (031) 373 5502. Service Excellence I R4 Total R46 APPLICATION FORMS.
8 Contact the Central Applications Office ( ). Second Year Curriculum Code: Culinary Studies and Nutrition ll R7 Address letters to: Food and Beverage Studies ll R5 hospitality Communication ll R3 Central Applications Office hospitality Financial Management ll R4 Private Bag X06. hospitality Information Systems ll R4 Dalbridge hospitality Management ll R4 4014. hospitality Industry Law l R4 Tel: (031) 2684444. Choose ONE of the following electives: Fax: (031) 2684422. Accommodation Management ll R5 Apply online: Food and Beverage Operations ll R5 Closing Date for applications: 30 September 2018. Third Year Curriculum hospitality Financial Management lll R3 Financial Aid hospitality Mgt Information Systems l R2 For Financial Aid application for a DUT programme please hospitality Management lll R3 apply online at or call the NSFAS call hospitality Industry Law ll R2 centre on 0860 067 327.
9 hospitality Events Management l R2 For an explanation on how to fill out the application form, please go Choose ONE of the following electives: to or contact the call centre on the number above. Accommodation Management lll R2 Please note that completing a form does not guarantee Food and Beverage Operations lll R2 Financial Aid. For further assistance, please consult the Department of Financial Aid and Scholarships on (031)373. 2931/2557/2054. 1 January - 31 December 2019. 2019. This leaflet is for Information purposes only and is not binding on the Durban University of Technology