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Applied Sciences

Hospitality Management

Bachelor of Hospitality Management: Restaurant Entrepreneurship

3.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile

The international and growing service field needs people with planning, organising, management and development competences. The focus of these studies is on helping students acquire entrepreneurial skills for restaurant entrepreneurship. An innovative approach is the key success factor for competitiveness in this field.

Students combine theoretical knowledge with empirical field work. Service design methods are implemented in innovation and development projects, such as Bar Laurea student restaurant and other development hubs, as well as versatile projects support learning and the development of professional competence.

In addition to service business studies, the programme covers a wide range of studies in communication, since the ability to network and understand the needs of customers is a core competence.

Restaurant Entrepreneurship studies provide the skills to work as an entrepreneur in the restaurant business or other service field.These skills are implemented through projects.  The education provides students with genuine capabilities for becoming entrepreneurs, and the foundation of the studies thus is student entrepreneurship, team work and real-life projects. Students learn about restaurant entrepreneurship by running co-operatives that they establish in teams at the very start of the programme. The students and student teams will be responsible for developing their own competences. The teachers' and supervisors' task is to support the studies, guide the students in finding the correct information, and assist the teams. The theoretical aspect of the required competences will be developed by means of essays and assignments that demonstrate the students' ability to apply their competences.


The college does not currently offer a related Masters programme, taught through English

Entry Requirements

3 A-levels + 3 GCSEs

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5




Laurea will make provisional offers based on receiving results in late July

08 January

22 January