If you want to top-up your tourism foundation degree or HND to a full honours, this course is for you.
You'll combine academic theory with practical skills, learning about things like ‘Gastronomy', ‘Leadership and Management for the Hospitality Industry’, ‘Service Quality' and ‘Digital Technologies in the Visitor Economy’.
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Our passionate academics will teach you through lectures, seminars, tutorials, open and resource-based learning, and group work. You'll get helpful one-to-one support with a focus on teaching you independent study skills. Plus you'll present your ideas to your fellow students, and work in groups to analyse the theories you're learning.
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To study this course you need a foundation degree or similar, including:
You must meet the minimum English language requirements to join the course.
APL is the term used when you get credit towards your course for something you learned in the past. It means you might not need to study all of the course including a module or number of modules.
This can come from:
If you think you could get APL, contact our Admissions team.
The annual, full-time, fee for this course is:
From August 2021, EU students who are resident in the EU or elsewhere outside the UK will be charged international fees. Find out more information on how Brexit will impact EU, EEA and Swiss citizens studying in the UK.
Please note: Fees may be subject to change in the next academic year.
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Our close links with industry experts will help you on your way to management roles in companies around the world. Our graduates have gone on to work in hotel management, tourism and development and resort office management, with employees including hotels, airlines, travel agencies and more. Hotel Managers have typical starting salaries of £47,000 (according to Glassdoor).
Our graduates have gone on to work in management for tourism and hospitality businesses around the world. They take on job titles like Hotel Manager, Tourism Development Officer or Resort Office Manager and work for everything from hotels, airlines, travel agencies, events organisers to heritage attractions, Local Authorities and other public sector bodies.
You'll visit a range of tourist destinations around London, the North East and the UK, as well as international sites like Dublin, Prague, Barcelona and New York.