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Course Information and Fees

MTech: FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT (Phasing Out - Only students who have previously studied this qualification will be allowed to register) magister technologiae

FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT (Phasing Out - Only students who have previously studied this qualification will be allowed to register)

MTech: (magister technologiae)

The purpose of the programme is specifically designed to provide a broad based education recognizing the strong interrelationships between food and beverage and hospitality. This program of study allows for the students a broader opportunity for employment and career related goals. Magister Technologiae: Hospitality Management Food and Beverage is a thesis that strengthens the student’s overall view of the Food and Beverage and Hospitality professions. The masters will ensure that middle and senior level management in the Food and beverage and hospitality, food service sectors have the requisite competencies and associated proficiency to succeed at strategic level.

Career Opportunities
Food and Beverage and Food Service have become one of the world’s most significant sectors due to the economic activities of tourism over the last fifty years. International tourism is responsible for the movement of many millions of people each year, traveling for a variety of reasons, including holidays, business, education, health and visiting friends and relatives. A significant industry is required to enable tourism to take place, while various public sector organizations are concerned with tourism development and marketing. Food and Beverage in the Hospitality industry supports employment on a large scale in many parts of the world. As the tourism industry grows and tourism develops, there is an increasing demand from employers for quality graduates with an in-depth understanding of Food and Beverage and hospitality with proven research skills. The South African Food and Beverage, Hospitality and Tourism Industry are committed to service excellence and professionalism. Effective and professional management in this vibrant industry is the key to achieving sustainable Food and Beverage and hospitality development, providing an enabling environment for entrepreneurs. The Institution supports these goals and provides for further development at senior level in food and beverage management tourism, hospitality and food service management.

Admission requirements


For all Certificate, Diploma and National Diploma applications, consult the General admission requirements.

General admission requirements

Some courses require students to submit additional information as part of their application.

Additional admission requirements


For all Honours, Masters and Doctorate applications, consult the Postgraduate admission requirements.

Postgraduate admission requirements

Syllabus and fees
Phasing Out - Only students who have previously studied this qualification will be allowed to register) (Fifth Year)"/>

Fifth Year

Compulsory subject(s):
9850 ZAR
Offering Type and Duration
Full-Time /

Offering Type and Duration
Part-Time /

Course is offered on Granger Bay Campus.

For any queries get in touch with:

Contact: Mr LS Mtetwa (Faculty Administration )
Telephone: +27 21 460 3247
Fax: -

NOTE: The fees in this prospectus are for the 2020 academic year and are provided to assist you in your planning.



This information is subject to change based on approval and accreditation of HEQSF aligned qualifications.

Admission requirements may therefore differ between the existing qualification and the HESQF aligned qualification. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this page; however the University reserves the right at any time, if circumstances require, to make changes to any of the published details.