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Bradford College

Hospitality and Travel Management (Top Up)

UCAS Code: N892

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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About this course


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Course option

1year

Full-time | 2019

Other options

2.0 years | Part-time | 2019

Subjects

Hospitality management

Travel management

The Hospitality, Leisure, Travel and Tourism sector is one of the UK's largest employers. The sector employs in the region of two million people accounting for 1 in 14 UK jobs, according to People 1st Sector Skills Council (2009). We aim to provide an exciting overview of the industry and inspire you to develop your own professionalism and Independence. During the course, there will be opportunities to gain additional qualifications. Trips, visits and a residential are considered a necessary part of the course. A substantial contribution to an overseas residential will be provided from your course fees. This one year, full-time route is Stage Three of the degree course. To study on this course you must have completed Stage One and Stage Two on the related Foundation degree. The hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism sector is forecast to increase employment, with a growth forecast of 10 % (208,000 additional jobs) by 2017. 96% of Hospitality and Travel graduates progress either straight into employment or onto further study. Some of our graduates have gone on to work as chefs in prestigious restaurants both in the UK and abroad. Graduates wishing to go into the Travel industry have found employment in Airport Services and Travel Agencies.

Modules

You will study: Operational Procedures in Hospitality and Travel, Innovation in Hospitality and Travel, Research Methods, Human Resource Development, Dissertation and an industry specific Optional Module. During the course, there may be opportunities to gain additional qualifications. Trips, visits and a residential are considered a necessary part of the course.

Assessment methods

A wide range of methods and delivery styles are used including: lectures, seminars, workshops, guest speakers, presentation, visits and trips A variety of assessment methods will be used including: assignments, case studies, presentations and examinations. You will work closely with employers to produce a project as part of the Work-based Learning Module.

The Uni


Course location:

Bradford College

Department:

School of Business and Law

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