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Havant and South Downs College

International Travel and Tourism Management (with Events)

UCAS Code: N810

Higher National Diploma - HND

Entry requirements


Two A Levels grades A*-C

Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Extended Diploma (first teaching from September 2016)

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About this course


Course option

2years

Full-time | 2019

The HND in International Travel and Tourism Management develops both academic and vocational skills related to the travel, tourism and event management industry. It prepares students for employment in the sector or for a top?up to a full honours degree at university. The Pearsons BTEC Level 5 HND (incorporating the Level 4 HNC) in International Travel and Tourism Management provides a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the travel, tourism and event management industry.

This dynamic and interesting course will give an insight into varying elements of the travel and tourism, events and hospitality sector. Course content will reflect the ever-changing tourism and events industry, with links developed with employers within this sector and in the wider business world. You will undertake varying tasks to develop your skills, both academically and vocationally, and will produce reports, presentations and other practical activities to demonstrate your abilities. The units you will be studying are designed to help you achieve your potential within future employment. The course content incorporates subjects ranging from events planning and marketing, through to finance and funding and current issues.

You will have the chance to obtain further industry recognised qualifications, such as the Level 2 Personal Licence Course, alongside gaining first-hand knowledge of the industry through the input of guest speakers and the experience of visiting differing tourism and hospitality organisations and locations.

Together with undertaking the core course units, you will develop your skills to a high level through:

- Focusing on the development of higher-level skills in a tourism and events based environment

- Enhancing the personal qualities and attributes essential for successful performance in working life

- Having an opportunity to gain critical awareness and the ability to research, synthesise and handle complex information

- Gaining flexibility, knowledge and motivation as a basis for future studies and career development in tourism and events sector.

You will attend workshops, lectures and tutorials each week over a period of 30 weeks per academic year. The course will be taught with an approach that delivers:

- A balance between practical skills development and knowledge acquirement

- Links made between theory and practice in the workplace

- Utilisation of industry knowledgeable staff

- Constant links with industry employers

- Opportunities to apply learning to actual events within the sector.

On completion of the course, you may wish to seek employment or progress to a top?up to a full honours degree at university. Or you may choose to start an apprenticeship in a variety of areas. Possible career outcomes for this course are event management, travel agency, hotel work and job roles within the cruising sector.

Our campus has a range of modern facilities to enhance students learning experience including music recording studios, gym facilities, a nursery, to our own working restaurant and beauty salon and much more. There are frequent buses from the surrounding areas and local train stations in Havant and Cosham. Located off Junction 4 of the A3(M), the College has extensive free onsite parking.

Modules

The travel and tourism sector
Finance and funding in the travel and tourism sector
The developing manager
Marketing
Contemporary issues
Tourist destinations
Business events management
The entertainment industry and venue management

Assessment methods

The HNC in Travel and Tourism Management is assessed continuously through a range of assignments, projects, group projects, workshops and formative tasks.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£5,995
per year
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£5,995
per year
EU
£5,995
per year
Northern Ireland
£5,995
per year
Scotland
£5,995
per year
Wales
£5,995
per year

The Uni


Course location:

South Downs Campus

Department:

Accounts, Business and Professional

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