Develop skills essential for a career in hospitality and tourism management, as well as broader themes in business management that will root your understanding of hospitality and tourism in the wider business environment. The foundation year of the course aims to provide you with a solid grounding for building a career in management. You’ll seek to learn all the key components of successful leadership, along with essential knowledge of general business operations domestically and globally. The International Hospitality and Tourism Management BA (Hons) will explore the major industry-transforming trends, including a focus on sustainability, technological advancements, evolving customer expectations and emerging luxury concepts. Upon graduation, you could choose a career pathway in tourism or hospitality, or work for a large organisation which spans both. You might join an independent hotel or a chain (either in the UK or overseas), on a graduate programme or in a permanent named role. For the most up-to-date information about course modules, sandwich years or part-time learning, please visit our website.
In the foundation year, the modules are: Business Communications Management Skills Marketing for Business Global Business During the degree part of the course, the modules are: Year 1: The Economic Environment of Business Professional and Academic Skills Introduction to Hospitality Operations International Business Cultures Contemporary Digital Landscapes Principles of Tourism Management Year 2: Revenue and Procurement Planning for HTE Consumer Behaviour Business Law for Hospitality, Tourism and Events Food and Beverage Management Project Management for Events Contemporary Issues in Tourism Placement year: UK Work Placement International Study/Work Placement Final year: Research Skills for the Services and Creative Industries International Business Strategy Sponsorship and Brand Management for Hospitality and Events Tourism Destinations Management Optional modules: Choose one from the following: Dissertation Internship Project Simulation
This course will be assessed using a variety of methods which will vary depending upon the module. Assessment methods include:
- Formal examinations
- Phase tests
- Group work
- Individual Assignments
How to apply
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Points of entry
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