International Tourism and Hospitality Business ManagementUCAS Code: NNVF
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Main entry requirements
• 112 UCAS Points, including at least 64 points from two A Levels or equivalent BTEC National Qualifications We accept AS levels and general studies. Where an applicant has not taken AS Level qualifications we may make a lower offer.
If your qualifications aren’t listed here, you can use our UCAS points guide of 112 and refer to the university’s website for full details of all entry routes and requirements.
% applicants receiving offers92%
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Tuition fee & financial support£9,250
Maximum annual fee for UK students. NHS-funded, sandwich or part-time course fees may vary.
If you live in:
- Scotland and go to a Scottish university, you won’t pay tuition fees
- Northern Ireland and go to an NI uni, you’ll pay £3,805 in tuition fees
- Wales you’ll pay £3,810 in fees and get a tuition fee grant to cover the rest
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Tailor your learning to focus on either tourism or hospitality after gaining knowledge and insight across the two areas. You have the option to study abroad and complete a placement abroad, which helps to give you the international focus and experience you need for a career in this area. This course enables you to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to maximise your employability in the global tourism and hospitality service industries. The main themes include • structure and dynamics of the tourism and hospitality industries • tourism sustainability and development • contemporary tourism and hospitality markets • hospitality operations • management principles applied to tourism and hospitality. First year modules give you key insights into the tourism and hospitality industries and how they are evolving. Applied management modules help you understand key business principles in tourism and hospitality business management. You can choose to focus your studies in the second year by studying tourism or hospitality related optional modules. You also have the opportunity to spend a semester studying abroad, in places such as Malta, Spain or Denmark. How you learn You learn through lectures, seminars, workshops and practical projects in our first class facilities. These include fully-equipped professional kitchens to enable you to apply your learning in a realistic working environment. Fieldwork and site visits also play a key role in your studies. And we use visiting speakers, who are able to share their experiences and insight into the industry, to bring your learning to life. Students also have the opportunity to attend the World Travel Market event in London, a major industry event. Work placements in the UK and overseas In year three, you have the opportunity to apply the skills you’ve gained by completing a one-year paid work placement. This is a great way to improve your industry knowledge with real insight and experience. It also enables you to build an eye catching CV to impress future employers, and many students find jobs with their placement companies after graduating. Due to our strong relationships with regional, national and international employers, we can help you to secure a great placement opportunity and support you while you are there. Salaries of up to £22,000 are possible. Professional recognition This course is accredited by the Institute of Hospitality, the international hospitality professional membership body for managers and aspiring managers. This course is recognised by the Tourism Management Institute. The Tourism Management Institute (TMI) is the professional body for destination management practitioners, with members drawn from all levels of the private and public sectors: national, regional,sub regional and local. TMI seeks to support professional development within the sector, for potential entrants as well as existing practitioners. Assessment and recognition by TMI means that students can be confident the course will provide them with knowledge, understanding, skills and experience which will fully prepare them for a career in tourism destination management.
**Year one core modules** • business analytics • marketing communications • academic and professional skills • international tourism business • the management of hospitality resources **Year one options** chhose one from • consumer behaviour in tourism • English for academic purposes for overseas students • management of food and beverage operations • foreign language **Year two core modules** • people and organisations • the international business environment • managing food and beverage operations • tourism industry experience **Year two options** • international tourism destination analysis • international adventure tourism • the philosophy of the restaurant • managing hospitality resources • digital tourism marketing • managing the visitor • foreign language **Year three** • optional work placement **Final year core modules** • strategic management for hospitality and tourism • contemporary challenges for tourism • research project • hospitality business solutions • enterprise for hospitality and tourism professionals **Final year options**• critical approaches in hospitality marketing experiences and analytics • tourism destination marketing • foreign language
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