With this internationally respected one-year degree, you'll learn the skills and knowledge you need for a career in tourism and hospitality management.
The course uses social science to talk about the industry and teaches you practical skills you'll find essential to the workplace. You'll learn about 'Tourism Concepts and Issues’ and 'Research Methods for the Service Sector' as well as writing a major project based on your interests and career goals.
Find out more about the course in the programme specification.
Our experienced academic staff will teach you through lectures, seminars, study visits and group work.
Plus you'll hear from a diverse range of academic and industry guest speakers, giving you the kind of insight top employers are looking for.
You'll be marked on your essays, presentations and a dissertation based on your interests and career goals.
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To study this course you need:
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.
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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, EAA and Swiss citizens studying in the UK.
Please note: Fees may be subject to change in the next academic year.
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An MSc in Tourism and Hospitality needs a lot of hard work and dedication, which employers know. When it comes to applying for jobs, you're skills and experience will be recognised for what they can bring to any organisation.
You'll be able to work in management roles across the sector, including in museums, destination marketing agencies, tourism companies, restaurant and bar management and catering.
Hotel Managers have typical starting salaries of £47,000 (according to Glassdoor). Our graduates have gone on to work for companies like Academy for Educational Development, Citadines Hotel Islington Square and others.