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Travel and Tourism Management, BA Hons - At the institution - Greenwich - Greater London
Entry requirements 180 UCAS points or equivalent; 3 GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and mathematics) or equivalent Mature students and non-standard applications welcome
Travel and Tourism Management, BA Hons
The programme allows students to obtain a broad foundation in business skills and all key business areas and to develop specialist knowledge and practical experinece in the field of travel and tourism management.
The first year introduces students to business disciplines, and develops their skills and knowledge of business and travel and tourism. The second year builds on the students’ skills and knowledge by offering specialist courses such as Global Tourism Management along with courses preparing them for employment and final careers. An optional sandwich year provides the opportunity for either a study placement in particular universities such as Alicante, Venice or Krakow, or a work placement in a travel and tourism context, either in the UK or abroad. The final year continues with specialist courses and a research dissertation in an area of travel and tourism.
-Working in Organisations
-Quantitative Techniques for Business
-Introduction to Travel and Tourism
-Introduction to Managing Human Resources
-Personal and Professional Development (Business)
-Global Tourism Management
-Context and Practice of Personnel Management
-Personal and Professional Development (Career Management)
Optional Sandwich Year (Study/Work Placement)
-Travel and Tourism Policy
-Travel and Tourism Marketing
-Dissertation or Thematic Independent Study
-One option from:
-Sustainable Travel and Tourism
-Urban Development and Planning
Exams, assignments and presentations
Career options Managing tourist attractions/sites, local authority/city tourism, travel and tour operators, tourism planning and tourism marketing. Or progression on to a specialist Master’s programme, including cultural tourism management or cultural industries management