INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT COURSES – LEVEL 4,5,6
By studying this degree, one will gain the skills, confidence and insights needed in order to start his/her career and tackle the challenges in the industry. This course makes sure that the graduate is ready to become an effective manager in the tourism industry. Due to the changing demands of the society and economy, the course is helping the students to develop critical understanding of tourism and business management. After completing these course, graduates will have the confidence needed to tackle any career in tourism sector.
Addressed in this course is basic management procedures and practices as well as specific knowledge and skills of tourism management that are essential to the industry. Concept of the visitor economy as well as different industries that form global tourism industry part will be introduced. Tourism industry is diverse, and the students will be prepared to be fit in these exciting careers.
Tourism is one of the growing sectors, and this means that there is a big demand for individuals who can bring fresh ideas that will take tourism to the next level.
The aim of this program is to help the students with the key business skills that a successful career in this sector needs. It will focus on the biggest challenges that are faced by the tourism industry, and this challenges include sustainability, diverse competition and ethical tourism.
The student can decide to his/her career prospects after completing the undergraduate degree. However, one can go on with this course and apply for Postgraduate Master Program.
After studying this course, a graduate will gather the skills needed by tour and travel companies. Additionally, he will be helped to gauge an understanding in an international tourism business. One will develop skills in communication and business management, thus broadening the jobs prospects. One can aim for a job in travel, tourism, marketing, hospitality management and customer services.
A graduate can further his/her career in professions such as:
• Manager for tourism.
• Tourism research officer.
• Executive for marketing.
• Tourism marketing manager.
• Heritage interpreter.
• Tourism researcher.
• Travel consultant.
• Tour operator.
• Special events coordinator
• Conference center manager.
• Public relations officer.
• Holiday representative.
18 years old should be the minimum age of the applicants.
It is a must for students to submit certificates of their previous education level or relevant work experience.
Applicants with no formal qualifications but mature are welcome, but they have to demonstrate appropriate levels of relevant ability and experience.
Anyone who does not meet qualifications needed to pursue this degree is eligible for our foundation year course, as this year prepares the student for the full degree.
Those applying but they do not have English as their first language will be required to demonstrate an approved proficiency level in English language use.
When coming for registration, one will be required to bring their original certificates.