ND: Hospitality Management: Food And Beverage

ND: Hospitality Management: Food And Beverage 

Course Information and Fees

To meet the demanding standards of the industry, the course covers a wide spectrum of subjects. Emphasis is on efficient management in a food and beverage unit (students will not be trained as chefs). Students work in a well-equipped kitchen in the preparation and service of large-scale meals for social occasions. The inclusion of subjects such as Behavioural Studies and Food & Beverage Training enables graduates to handle and train future staff competently. A well-known wine association teaches practical knowledge of wines, cocktails and the correct serving thereof and a certificate is awarded.


Career Opportunities
This course is offered for men and women who are interested in making food service management their profession – whether in a hospital, institution, restaurant, hotel or even through private catering.


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
Compulsory subject(s):
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Semester 1 Only
Compulsory subject(s):
Semester 2 Only
Compulsory subject(s):
Semester 1 Only
Compulsory subject(s):
Semester 2 Only
Compulsory subject(s):
All of the above subjects are assessed on a continuous evaluation basis and no formal examination is written.


Experiential Learning
Although the University undertakes to assist students in obtaining suitable experiential learning placement, the onus is on the student to find an “employer”. The employer must be accredited by the University for purposes of experiential learning. An experiential learning agreement creates a separate contract between the employer and the student.


Offering Type and Duration
Full-Time / Three years
The course comprises two years of academic study and two semesters of experiential learning. Experiential learning takes place from December of the first year to the end of the first semester of the second year, and in the second semester of the third year.


Course is offered on Granger Bay Campus.


For any queries get in touch with:
Contact: Melani Wilson
Telephone: +27 21 440 5700
Fax: +27 21 440 5759
Email: graneym@cput.ac.za

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