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With the contributions of the Hospitality and Tourism industry in recent years. The demand for human resources in this industry is increasing with more and more foreign tourists coming to Vietnam. Understanding the important role of this factor, the authors surveyed the need of human resources and pursue to master degree in international hotel management major in Vietnam. Survey results show that 68% of hotels (5*) have a need for human resources with a master’s degree. At the same time, the result also shows that 5* hotels in Vietnam are lacking in human resources with international experience. Therefore, having a major in international hotel management offers opportunities for career development in the international hospitality industry. From the results of this survey, the authors also give recommendations to meet the needs of international hotel management human resources through the implementation of a master’s degree in international hotel management.

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