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Course summary

The FdSc in Tourism, Hospitality, and Events Management will prepare you for one of the largest and most diverse industries in the world, with modules focused on management with industry theoretical studies and practical operational components. This course provides you with endless opportunities and valuable experience. The nature of the tourism, hospitality, and events industries is reflected in the style of teaching and learning. You'll enjoy regular trips, visits and guest lectures from industry experts that will greatly support your studies. Previous students have taken the opportunity to attend an annual 3-day visit to London, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and considered the current trends and challenges of the industry in our capital city. On this trip you'll see some of the most prestigious hotels in London, as well as touring Canary Wharf, the Bank of England, the Houses of Parliament and the Olympic Village. International visits also take place on this course, with students previously travelling to a range of countries around the world such as Berlin, Cannes, Monaco, Naples, Paris, Reims, Rome, and Venice.


Each module is worth a specified number of credits: you take a combination of compulsory (and if available optional modules) enabling you to cover key subject knowledge while developing your own interests. For full time students a total of 120 credits will be studied in each academic year. In the majority of cases this will consist of six modules. For part time students it will depend on the intensity of your studies. Year One: Marketing and business environment - 20 credits Tourism operations - 20 credits Developing research and practice - 20 credits Tourism, hospitality and event industries - 20 credits Hospitality and event operations - 20 credits Resource management - 20 credits Dimensions of tourism - 20 credits Front office and facilities design - 20 credits Event design and production - 20 credits Year Two: Professional practice - 20 credits Special project - 20 credits Consumer experience - 20 credits Events management - 20 credits Contemporary issues in tourism, hospitality and events - 20 credits Destination management - 20 credits Food, beverage and licensed management - 20 credits Digital communication and strategy - 20 credits

Assessment method

100% coursework in both years 1 and 2.

How to apply

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £8400 Year 1
Northern Ireland £8400 Year 1
Scotland £8400 Year 1
Wales £8400 Year 1

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Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management at University Centre South Devon – South Devon College - UCAS