INTERNATIONAL

TOURISM

 MANAGEMENT

BA (Hons)

Explore one of the world’s leading industries. Discover the benefits of sustainable tourism, develop hands-on tourism skills and plan your future in tourism.

BA (Hons) International Tourism Management

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OVERVIEW

We bring International Tourism Management to life with inspiring and real experiences. We are passionate about sustainable and responsible tourism management and students learn, in creative ways, how tourism destinations are managed to be successful, sustainable and competitive.

 

Tourism is a fast-paced, competitive industry. We develop outstanding tourism professionals equipped with the skills that future employers are looking for. Students also leave with valuable experiences giving them an edge in the workplace.

 

Students will gain an understanding of key principles and develop core management skills in marketing, service experiences, and event tourism.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To enter Year 1:

  • Minimum of 112 UCAS points (GCE 'A' level)

  • IB - 26 points

  • HNTEC Certificate

  • Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in Hospitality or Business

  • University Foundation Course, or equivalent

To enter Year 2:

  • BA Common Year One, or

  • ​Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business, or Hospitality Management, or equivalent

INTAKES
&
DURATION

Intakes:

Every February and August

Duration:

Entry from Year 1

3 years

Entry from Year 2 

2 years

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WHAT'S NEXT?

Upon the completion of BA (Hons) International Tourism Management students may proceed to:

  • MSc Management

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MODULES
  • Marketing Principles

  • Understanding International Tourism

  • Event Tourism

  • Managing Service Experiences

  • Developing Professional Practice

  • Marketing Management

  • Research in Context

  • Sports and Cultural Events

  • Tourism Planning and Management

  • Tourism in Global Society

  • Strategic Management

  • Leadership and Change Management

  • Management Research Project

  • Events Consultancy

  • Managing Major Events

YEAR 1

MODULES

YEAR 2

MODULES

YEAR 3

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