About the Programme

LMQ Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management is designed to provide focused and specialist courses linked to professional body requirements and National Occupational Standards where appropriate, with a specific work-related emphasis.

There is a strong emphasis on practical skills development alongside the requisite knowledge and understanding in the sector. They are particularly suitable for more mature learners who wish to follow a programme of study that is directly related to their work experience or to an aspect of employment that they want to move into in due course.

On successful completion of these qualifications, national recognition by employers enables learners to progress into or within employment and continue their study in the vocational area.

Programme Modules

Unit Number Unit Name Credits
L/PDHT/7001 International Tourism Policy and Development 20
L/PDHT/7002 Organisational Behaviour in International Hospitality and Tourism Organisations 20
L/PDHT/7003 E-Tourism and Social Media in Hospitality and Tourism 20
L/PDHT/7004 Strategic Human Resource and Development in Hospitality and Tourism 20
L/PDHT/7005 Destination Management 20
L/PDHT/7006 Capstone Hospitality and Tourism Project 20

Entry Requirements

LMQ Level 6 or any Level 06 recognised Qualification at the same level in the UK or Overseas qualifications, has judged by UK NARIC, to be equivalent in standard to a level 6 qualification in the UK (or higher) and three years Senior management work experience in the reputed organization.

Delivery and Assessment

This qualification will be delivered a minimum of 12 months for full-time study. The Total Qualification Times (TQM) or Notional Learning Hours (NLH) will be covered as per the qualification requirements. This programme is flexible and can be delivered face-to-face or distance learning.

‘Notional learning hours’ are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course unit or programme. They are therefore not a precise measure but provide students with an indication of the amount of study and degree of commitment expected.


Awarded by

London Management Qualifications (LMQ), United Kingdom