BSc Business and Tourism Management
It is now more necessary than ever to develop a degree that will assist the sustainability and expansion of an industry that supports millions of jobs globally in light of the recent economic issues in the travel and hospitality industries. With the information you'll gain from this business and tourist management curriculum, you can start exploring options for a career in the travel and hospitality sector. Whether you work for a local, national, or worldwide firm or are a beginning employee trying to fill a new niche, there has never been a better moment to be an entrepreneur. By committing to pursue a degree, you will acquire transferable skills that may be used in any professional setting. We need entrepreneurship, leadership, business operations, and strategy to keep our industries moving. This degree will provide you with the expertise, skills, and knowledge you need to succeed if you have a particular interest in tourism. In addition, you will learn about and comprehend the various elements of tourism. As a program graduate, you will have the foundational knowledge and specialist expertise necessary to succeed in a globalised industry.
Intakes: September, January, June
Duration: Four years
Awarded Degree: BSc (Hons) Business & Tourism Management with Foundation Year
Timetables: Weekdays, evenings and weekends
Locations: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds
BSc (Hons) Business & Tourism Management with Foundation Year
Year 0 (Foundation Year)
- Academic Skills in Business and Management (20 credits)
- Orientation for Success in Higher Education (20 credits)
- Understanding Business Organisations (20 credits)
- Understanding Customers (20 credits)
- Understanding the World of Tourism (20 credits)
- Foundation Year Project (20 credits)
- Business Environment (20 credits)
- Tourism Marketing Principles (20 credits)
- Tourism Environment and Industry (20 credits)
- Organisation Behaviour (20 credits)
- Fundamentals of Business Finance (20 credits)
- Tourism and Society (20 credits)
- Employability and Enterprise Skills (20 credits)
- Principles of Operations Management (20 credits)
- Entrepreneurship in Tourism (20 credits)
- Human Resource Management (20 credits)
- Tourism Impacts and Sustainable Development (20 credits)
- Research Methods (20 credits)
- Tourism: Contemporary Issues (20 credits)
- Global Strategic Management (20 credits)
- Leadership and Change (20 credits)
- Destination Management (20 credits)
- Dissertation (40 credits
Standard Entry Requirements for Persons Under the Age of 21
Minimum 60 Credit Ofqual Level 3 qualifications or 80 UCAS tariff points.
Considering applicants who do not meet the abovementioned conditions will be done individually.
Ages 21 and up
Suppose applicants over 21 do not match the standard entry requirements. In that case, we will also consider individuals with the life and work skills necessary to enrol in our Foundation programme for undergraduate study.
The admissions staff must evaluate each applicant's speaking, listening, and writing abilities during an interview and through the submission of a statement of personal reflection.
- An application.
- Directed Personal Reflection Statement
- Individual interview
Fundings for study
Your institution or college will get payment from a tuition fee loan to offset the cost of your upfront expenses. Once you have completed your degree and are making at least £26,575 per year, the Loan must be repaid. You can apply if you're a full- or part-time student. You can also apply for a Maintenance Loan if you qualify. The loan is deposited straight into your bank account at the beginning of the period. Once you complete your study and when your earnings exceed £26,575, you must repay this loan. Please visit UK Government's Student Finance page for additional details.
At the beginning of the term, maintenance grants are deposited into your bank account. Although you are not required to pay it back, any money you get will lower the amount of the Maintenance Loan that you are eligible for. To qualify for living cost assistance from Student Finance England, new students must demonstrate that they have resided in the UK for five years before starting their studies.
Career paths after the course
- Business development manager
- Travel Consultant
- Sales Manager
- Event manager
- Hotel manager
- Destination Marketing
- Travel coordinator
- Tour manager
Lastly, if you would like to learn more about the BSc Business and Tourism Management course or begin your application, in that case, you can schedule a free consultation with UK University College. Alternatively, you may contact us through our Facebook page.