BA Tourism and Planning

Speak without obligation to University of Westminster

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Image gallery

Comments about BA Tourism and Planning - At the institution - London - Greater London

  • Objectives
    As the tourism industry comes of age, there is great enthusiasm throughout the world to develop tourism for economic and social benefit, with more and more places becoming tourism destinations. However, it is now acknowledged that unmanaged tourism can cause intense pressures and problems. This popular course is designed to help you manage the future of tourism. Tourism development needs to be planned and managed to ensure that it is sustainable whilst balancing the demands of visitors with the needs of the environment and the host population.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements
    260 UCAS Points plus GCSE Maths and English at Grade C or above.
  • Academic title
    BA Tourism and Planning
  • Course description
    BA Tourism and Planning


    Credit Level 4

    Provides a foundation understanding of the nature and processes of tourism development, and of planning and business concepts. It focuses on the nature and structure of the tourism industry, and determinants of tourism development.

    Business Studies for Tourism
    Introduction to Tourism
    Introduction to Tourism Planning
    The Tourism Industry
    Tourism Development
    Tourism Skills and Techniques
    Plus one option module

    Credit Level 5

    Focuses on the analysis of the impacts of tourism on destinations, and on understanding how tourism and tourism development can be managed and controlled. It explores multi-organisational working and approaches to marketing destinations.

    Development Process
    Research Methods
    Tourism Destinations
    Tourism Marketing
    Tourism Policy and Planning
    Tourism Services Management
    Plus one option module

    Credit Level 6

    Centres on using and integrating the range of knowledge and skills gained from previous levels in a practical context through exploring tourism development and management strategies for particular places, and by exploring particular facets of tourism in greater depth.

    Individual Project
    Sustainable Tourism
    Tourism Comparative Study
    Plus two Tourism option modules
    Plus one elective
    Plus one free choice module

Other programs related to leisure / tourism

This site uses cookies.
If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted.
See more  |