OTHM UK

About OTHM

OTHM is a professional awarding body in the UK that provides the current and prospective students with flexible qualifications approved by Higher Education Institutions and demanded by organisations globally. OTHM stands For Organisation for Tourism and Hospitality Management which is attached to a wide range of benefits. Firstly, the recognition and prestige of OTHM could not be taken for granted since it is worldwide accepted by Ofqual and OTHM board members. Next, OTHM qualification renders the potential students with all-inclusive skills and knowledge of Business and Management which employers across the globe are hunting for. On the successful completion of OTHM programs, the learners open fresh and advanced job placements in the industry. In addition to this, OTHM certification increases the credibility of the individuals and future prospects in the marketplace. Conversely, the learners become confident in dealing with all the challenges that come in business contexts with the application of learnt business skills and competence. They feel armed with all the required knowledge and skills that are needed to undertake tough business projects and tackle complicated workplace situations. In this manner, OTHM equips the students with countless perks that build and grow their professional careers. As OTHM is regulated by Ofqual (Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulation), UK universities recognise OTHM qualifications and allow OTHM graduates to join relevant Bachelor Degree Final year/Master/MBA top-up programmes. OTHM holds progression agreement with a number UK universities. That means learners can also join relevant programmes offered at Study Centres/Partner Colleges/Overseas Campuses of UK universities.

Foundation programmes

The Level 3 qualifications improve subject knowledge and study skills, and prepare learners for undergraduate course at UK universities

Undergraduate programmes

The Level 4, 5 and 6 diploma qualifications are equivalent to Year 1, 2 and 3 (Final year) respectively of a three-year UK Bachelor's degree. Each level consists of 120 credits. Completing any of the level 4, 5 and 6 qualifications will enable learners a progression to the next level of higher education at UK universities.

Postgraduate programmes

Postgraduate diplomas are taught courses at level 7 on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) - the same level as Masters degrees. However, they are shorter (120 credits) and learners will have to proceed to the dissertation stage (60 credits) with university to achieve a full Masters or MBA.

Doctoral level programmes