After your graduation you can decide whether to find a job or carry on studying - at masters level.
- Get a job
After completing your graduation assignment, you will be equipped to enter a variety of hospitality-related careers, at home or abroad. Alternatively, you might take up positions at other types of companies; conference venues, holiday resorts, wholesalers to the hotel and catering trade, or consultancy agencies.
As a manager in hospitality, you oversee the operations of an organisation that runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Our graduates work across the entire spectrum of the hospitality industry, on positions as Banqueting Manager at a conference centre and Sales and Marketing Manager at the head office of an (international) hotel chain.
After graduating you often start your career in an assistant position and over time, you work your way up to (senior) management positions in the hospitality branch.
In HBO Monitor 2018 (an independent guide containing a systematic quality comparison of study programmes in higher education) you can find an indication of the labour market prospects for recent graduates (average starter salary and percentage of unemployed among recent graduates). For the Hotel Management programme, the starter salary of recent graduates amounts to €12,69 an hour before tax. A year and a half after graduation, approximately 97% of the graduates have found a job of which 92% on a Bachelor’s level.
- Obtain a Master's Degree
To broaden your horizon and get to know more about possibilities and crossovers you can make with Hotel Management, you can choose a one-year master’s programme at Breda University of Applied Sciences after your bachelor’s programme in Hotel Management :
If you want to obtain a more in-depth view, you can choose a master’s programme in the field of hospitality management, for example: