A 2011 HESA survey of 2010 graduates indicates that six months after graduation just under 3% of hospitality graduates had gone on to full-time further study, while a further 4% were combining work and study.
Some graduates choose postgraduate study in order to specialise in a particular hospitality-related function such as hospitality management, events management or human resources (HR). Before progressing to postgraduate study, do your research and consider the benefits to employers, as well as to your own long-term career goals, of qualifications as compared with experience.
These trends show only what previous graduates in your subject did immediately upon graduating. Over the course of their career - the first few years in particular - many others will opt for some form of further study, either part time or full time. If further study interests you, start by thinking about postgraduate study in the UK and search courses and research to identify your options.
For details relating to finance and the application process, look at funding my further study.
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