The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (SHTM) is a leading centre for research and teaching.
Learn more about the Centre for Research and Enterprise, which was established by the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management to provide an access point for our research and enterprise activities.
The Centre for Research and Enterprise offers open and bespoke executive education programmes to meet the demand for industry-specific learning and development.
We pride ourselves on our extensive connections with industry and government – helped by our proximity to London and location in the thriving economy of the South East.
Watch recordings of our weekly reasearch seminar series.
Whether it's a leisurely meeting with friends, a quick bite to eat or an important business engagement, Lakeside is the ideal venue.
The School is taking registrations for its next short course in Hotel Revenue Management and Forecasting, delivered in partnership with SnapShot and STR, to take place on the 16-18 May 2017 in Guildford.
Since running our first tourism programme over 40 years ago, we have seen over 8,000 students graduate from the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Two academic programmes at the University of Surrey have ranked number one in the country, new league tables from The Complete University Guide for 2018 reveal.
The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (SHTM) has been given a top-five ranking and five stars in this year's QS World University Rankings. The School, which is currently ranked number one in both the Guardian University Guide 2017 and the Complete University Guide 2017, has now been recognised for its world-class reputation for research in hospitality, tourism and events and is ranked in the top five globally for its publications.
The University of Surrey is proud to partner with Sun Yat-sen Business School (SYSBS), Sun Yat-sen University in China to provide a dual degree programme which offers many benefits to SYSBS students. The partnership brings together two distinguished institutions, both leaders in the study of tourism in their respective countries.