Reports

We have been commissioned a number of reports which aim to inform decisions about the future of hospitality education and research provision to government, industry and academia. These include:

2015- ‘Challenges in Hospitality Management Education’

2005- ‘Identifying Current Research on Skills: A Literature Review’

2001- ‘Getting Ahead: Graduate Careers in the Hospitality Industry’

2000-‘Benefits and Costs Analysis: Exploring the Impact of Training on Hospitality Business Performance’

1999- ‘Costs and Benefits Analysis: the Impact of Training on Hospitality Business Performance

1998- ‘Review of Hospitality Management Education’, Bristol: Higher Education Funding Council England

1997 – ‘In the World of Hospitality – Anything they can do, we can do better’

CHME has also commissioned several reports

2020    ‘The Future of Hospitality Management Education’, conducted by Sheffield Hallam University, was commissioned in conjunction with the Institute of Hospitality. The report is available exclusively to CHME members.
2011    ‘Review of Hospitality Management Education ’, conducted by Leeds Metropolitan University.
2009    ‘Review of Hospitality Management Education ’, conducted by Leeds Metropolitan University.
2008    ‘A Review of Hospitality Management Education in the UK’, conducted by Sheffield Hallam University.
2006    ‘A Review of Hospitality Management Education in the UK’, conducted by Leeds Metropolitan University.
2005    ‘A Review of Hospitality Management Education in the UK’, conducted by Leeds Metropolitan University.