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Tourism and Hospitality Management

UCAS Code: N800

Foundation Degree in Arts - FdA

Entry requirements


UCAS Tariff

64

64 UCAS points with a Level 3 qualification e.g. BTEC or A Levels, in a related subject plus satisfactory references. GCSE Grade C in both English and Maths (or equivalent). Students who can demonstrate academic achievement to a suitable level via another qualification route will be given due consideration.

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About this course


Course option

2.0years

Full-time | 2020

**About the Course:**

This flexible course has been designed in collaboration with employers, students and staff in the Tourism and Hospitality sector. It provides a robust programme to develop your skills and knowledge in the workplace and ultimately enhance the quality of the individual in preparation for a career in Tourism and Hospitality. This course provides students with an excellent progression into Higher Education and employment with a qualification that combines research, theoretical knowledge and work experience to offer a student a wide range of skills.

You will be given excellent support in pursuing aspirational careers, with many former students progressing into employment with highly-regarded organisations within the tourism and hospitality. You may also have the opportunity to attend various trips and visits throughout the duration of your course to add relevant experience to your qualification.

**Modules Covered:**

**Year 1**
- Self-Analysis and Career Development

- Fundamentals of Marketing

- Work-based Learning and Employability

- Customer Service in the Tourism and Hospitality Sector

- Event Management

Optional modules include:
- International Travel Affairs (Tourism) or Licensed Trade Management (Hospitality)

**Year 2**
- Managing Financial Resources

- Introduction to Business Research

- Leadership and Management

Optional modules include:
- Geography and Tourist Destinations (Tourism) or International Food Management (Hospitality)

- Airport and Airline Operations (Tourism) or Food Production and Service Management (Hospitality)

- Tourism Development (Tourism) or Enterprise for Hospitality (Hospitality)

**Progression:**
- Upon successful completion of this course you could go into employment as an events co-ordinator, travel advisor, cabin crew staff, customer services, front of house staff or hotel manager or supervisor.

- Further study and progress onto a tourism or hospitality-related degree subject.

**Entry Requirements:**
- A relevant Level 3 qualification

- GCSE Maths and English at grade C/4 or above or equivalent

- Satisfactory references

If you do not meet these requirements please contact us as we are able to consider applicants with other qualifications, relevant experience or personal circumstances on an individual basis.

Modules

Year 1: Core modules Self-analysis and career development Fundamentals of marketing Customer services in the tourism and hospitality sector Work-based learning and employability Event management Optional modules International travel affairs Licensed trade management Year Two: Core modules Introduction to business research Managing financial resources Leadership and management Optional modules Tourism development Airport and airline operations Geography and tourist destinations International food management Enterprise for hospitality Food production and service management

Tuition fees

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England
£6,900
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Northern Ireland
£6,900
per year
Scotland
£6,900
per year
Wales
£6,900
per year

The Uni


Course location:

University Centre Rotherham (UCR)

Department:

Business, Computing & Education

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