Your career prospects in Hospitality Management

After graduation you have a wide range of possibilities for starting your career in Germany or abroad. Potential employers include international hotel chains, holiday and club resorts, conference and trade fair organisers, business consultancies or specialised service providers in the hospitality industry.

Typical employers of an Hospitality Manager are:

  • Hotel chains
  • Holiday and club resorts
  • Congress and fair organiser
  • Business Consulting

For example: As a manager in a hotel company you’ll work in human resources, the front office or, after a few years of professional experience, in strategic management. You calculate prices, ensure excellent service quality and create conceptual plans for the hotel’s further development. You can also work in the areas of marketing, sales and public relations or specialise in food & beverages.

The graduates of the IUBH School of Business and Management are in high demand among national and international companies. Thanks to the annual "Career Days" recruiting fair, you can make valuable contacts on the campus of the University to improve your career prospects.

Selection of employers of our graduates

  • Ajman Kempinski Hotel & Resort
  • Arts & Wiles Werbeagentur
  • Bayer Gastronomie und Systemtechnik
  • Berge & Meer Touristik GmbH
  • Fairmont Hotel
  • FDM Group GmbH
  • Four Seasons Hotel
  • Grand Hyat
  • Hard Rock Café
  • Helios Privatkliniken
  • Hotel Adlon, Kempinski Hotels & Resorts
  • Marriott International
  • The Ritz Carlton
  • Robinson Club
  • Steigenberger Hotels

What others say about careers in Hospitality Management

Now in our thirteenth year after having placed many hundreds of graduates in the job market, IUBH ensures the best possible pathway to the international Hospitality Industry in the widest sense. Responding to the growing global demand in the industry of our programmes are the result of lengthy consultations between leading national and international industry experts and academia.

Philip Sloan

Lecturer Hospitality Management