BA in Hospitality and Tourism Management
Starts in April, July, October and January
Our Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management degree program prepares students for entry-level positions in a wide range of industries, including hotels and other types of lodging, airlines and cruise ships, resorts, attractions, and tour operators, as well as a variety of other fields.
You will study with students from across the world to gain the marketing and event management skills necessary to excel in a career in hotel management. This program is designed to build on your foundation or HND certification. You will also get an understanding of the theoretical approaches to policy and planning, as well as the strategic management and decision-making processes that are fundamental to the global hospitality business.
Practical modules that are industry and employability focused are combined in the curriculum with analytical modules that are anchored in politics, economics, and sociology. The overall goal of the program is to prepare students for careers in a variety of fields. Students have a variety of elective courses from which to pick, such as customer service management, creative branding, historic tourism, urban tourism, viral and digital marketing, and viral and digital marketing.
Students who want to get enrolled in the course are required to provide the following supporting documents:
Those who have earned a Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management are regarded as having the knowledge and skills equal to those earned in a high school diploma, and as a result, they are entitled to apply to the BA.
Participants must have completed the equivalent of 240 credits, with a minimum of 120 earned at level 5 to be accepted into the program (Year 2). The following are some examples of acceptable qualifications:
An undergraduate degree program with a BA (Hons) in Tourism and Hospitality Management that may be completed in 12 Months (Top-Up).
At this point, a total of 120 credits have been gained (60 ECTS).
Although extra modules are often accessible at levels 5 and 6, it is important to note that certain courses do not have optional module options.
IMPROVING YOUR CHANCES OF GETTING A JOB
We focus on employability and developing skills and experience employers appreciate. Opportunities for employment may be found in cruise operators, hotels and other lodging businesses, restaurants and catering providers, conference venues and organizers, meetings and incentive travel organizers, corporate hospitality providers, exhibition venues and organizers, destination management organizations, public sector tourism planning and development agencies, and tourism and hospitality marketing agencies.
Top-up degrees teach you about your desired field. We help you apply theory, concepts, and real-world problems to businesses and make you globally employable.
We want our students to get the most out of their investment in their future by taking our course.
Our academic staff, including your program manager and supervisor, will be there for you every step of the way to ensure your success.