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Is 2022 the Year for the Grand Lavish International Trip?
The time to stop musing about virtual travel and start thinking about actual travel may be finally approaching. Of course, it already was possible before. I’ve told you about my trip back home to Barcelona last summer but also why it didn’t feel like the best of times to go to Europe unless you had family and half your friends there. We’ve also talked about long weekend getaways and road trips as ways of finding some solace and much-needed change of context during the pandemic. And I’ve shared what I learned traveling in pandemic times — pack extra masks.
The travel guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advise passengers to be up to date with COVID-19 vaccines before traveling internationally and domestically. The CDC recommends checking the situation at each destination before traveling abroad. There are still great areas of the planet that remain at a very high risk level for COVID-19 — the U.S. being one of them — and the CDC advises not to travel there right now.
But as newly reported cases of coronavirus keep dropping worldwide and as the pandemic is evolving into its endemic phase , hence becoming controlled and more predictable, we may start resuming some of the activities we took for granted in 2019, among them traveling abroad. And hopefully, the CDC will also update some of its guidance regarding destinations.
Maybe don’t rush to the airport just yet, but, after two years of lackluster escapism, you can start planning that lavish big trip for spring or summer. I know I’m doing it — I’m not alone.
According to Expedia’s Travel Trend Report for 2022 , “40% of U.S. travelers are more willing to treat themselves and spend money on their next trip.” After canceled and postponed trips, this may be the year to finally splurge on a globe-trotting journey. That being said, domestic destinations, particularly warm-weather ones, keep dominating among U.S. travelers.. Fifty-nine percent of those surveyed for Expedia’s report said they were planning a domestic trip in 2022, and 37% of them both domestic and international. Among the top-searched destinations on U.S. travelers’ wish lists, you can find several Florida spots (Orlando, Destin, Panama City) as well as Maui. The international most-searched destinations include the Riviera Maya, Rome, Bali, London and Paris.
“After nearly two years of the pandemic, consumers have learned how to travel under everchanging circumstances, based on their comfort level and local government and health guidance,” says Expedia Group Media Solutions’ Global Vice President, Jennifer Andre, in the company’s Travel Recovery report for the fourth quarter of 2021 .
Traveling in endemic times means choosing your destination carefully and picking a place that is the right fit for you more than ever. For me, that means a place with preferably low COVID-19 cases but also somewhere with strong safety protocols. Take into account your level of risk-aversion. If you still very much always wear a mask indoors, maybe stay away from destinations where face coverings aren’t mandatory in public transportation and other high-occupancy indoor places.
I’ve written about how, because the health emergency is still in flux and it’s difficult to have a pre-COVID experience while traveling, choosing a place that I already knew was my go-to strategy in 2021 . Last year I went to my natal Barcelona pre-Delta surge and visited New York and O’ahu — two places I know well — before the Omicron wave. Returning to a spot you’ve already enjoyed in the past also takes the pressure off typical vacation concerns like getting to see all the landmarks.
But 2022 may be the year to start being a little less conservative, travel-wise. Worldwide commercial flights were down 49% as of February of last year compared to the previous one, according to the real-time flight tracking data company FlightAware.com . Fortunately, this year FlightAware.com is seeing U.S. commercial flights rebounding closer to pre-pandemic levels and 66.03% more international flights than this time last year. That means more options for passengers. That also means that my direct flight to Barcelona from San Francisco may hopefully be on the horizon once again soon. The fewer layovers you have, the more chances there are for a more pleasant flying experience, and that was already true in pre-COVID times.
Bear in mind that the CDC requires passengers to wear a mask completely covering their noses and mouths while they’re inside an airplane or at the airport. Passengers can take their masks off for brief periods while eating, drinking or taking medications. Wearing a KN95 mask during the whole duration of a long-haul flight is not a picnic, but you can simply add that to the long list of inconvenient and not-so-comfortable parts of flying commercial.
Even if in the past I was a big planner who preferred to book early, I’ll probably be sticking to the newish trend of booking closer to the desired departure date . Pre-COVID, I tended to reserve my trips 30 to 90 days before departure. But last year I stuck to the 0- to 30-day search window from departure. And, once again this year, I’ll also be favoring plane tickets that can be rebooked and accommodations that can be canceled at no extra cost.
All these small adjustments make the idea of going back to Barcelona this summer, but also tackling some new and unknown destinations, a very welcome break from my daily routine. But in terms of whether this is the time for a big lavish trip abroad for you, be sensible and aware of the updated information from the CDC and at your destination country. Plan accordingly for your needs. As Ask Money notes , it may be a good idea to purchase travel insurance in case you need to change your plans. Keep in mind that things can change at the last minute, but ease into the idea that we may be finally getting back to normal — whatever that means.
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International Travel and Tourism Management (BA, DipHE)
The World’s Our Lecture Theatre
Our International Travel and Tourism Management programme aims to provide a challenging academic experience developing your intellectual skills relating to topical issues within International Travel and Tourism. The programme aims to enhance your professional industry skills, enhancing your employability within International Travel and Tourism. This includes a range of exciting international placement and training opportunities within the sector. A degree in International Travel and Tourism Management enables you to develop managerial understanding and to work with creativity and innovative self-direction. You will develop professional cutting-edge guest service standards to meet the changing needs of the world’s leading tourism and travel organisations.
Students will graduate with a knowledge and understanding of the key aspects of International Travel and Tourism Management. This includes learning about concepts of global tourism as an area of academic theory and applied study in relation to business and management.
Practical placements are embedded within your studies, enabling you to understand the dynamic nature of the international industry. You will develop your understanding of operations, travel and tourism strategies, destinations and events, providing opportunities for a range of careers in International Travel and Tourism Management.
International Travel and Tourism Management (BA) UCAS Code: N841 Apply via UCAS
International Travel and Tourism Management (DipHE ) | (2 year Diploma of Higher Education) UCAS Code: ITO6 Apply via UCAS
Applicants to full-time courses can apply through UCAS. Applicants to part-time courses can apply through the University.
Why choose this course?
- The world’s our lecture theatre — the programme utilises innovative and creative learning opportunities to enable students to regularly experience behind the scenes within the industry. This includes local and international field study visits to bring the learning alive.
- The School of Tourism and Hospitality has over twenty-five years of experience delivering cutting edge professional programmes in Leisure and Tourism focusing on promoting guest service excellence and empowerment from the outset.
- The programme has an excellent reputation within the global tourism industry resulting in regular opportunities for students to network and engages with industry leaders to support career development. Many of these contacts are graduates of the programme who inspire current students.
- Our students are offered unrivalled global placement opportunities with leading international travel & tourism organisations in order for them to gain operational experience and develop the professional skills needed to prepare them for highly successful management careers.
- The industry experienced teaching team provide a friendly and supportive approach to University life which promotes close working relationships between students and tutors resulting in a positive and active learning environment.
- Guardian number 1 in Wales for Tourism, Events and Hospitality.
What you will learn
The programme has been developed through close consultation with leaders from the global travel and tourism industry in order to meet the needs of industry and the aspirations of students.
A strong focus on management and marketing is introduced from the start of the programme. Issues are considered from a global perspective as well as studying topical industry issues, social media, international travel operations & international cultures.
The cutting edge programme focuses on guest service excellence from the outset and provides students and graduates with an excellent range of inspirational and challenging industry case studies to apply their learning.
International placements are integrated at level 4 and 5 enabling students to focus on progressing professional industry and operational skills and developing management understanding.
At the final stages of the programme, students are encouraged to challenge industry conceptions and consider strategic management issues from both an academic and applied stance.
Innovative and creative learning environments ensure that the programme brings the student’s learning alive. By making the World our Lecture Theatre students are able to experience behind the scenes at tourism facilities and destinations in the UK and internationally as well as engaging in networking events with industry leaders.
Year One – Level 4 (Cert HE, Dip HE & BA)
- Academic, Industry and Digital Skills (20 credits; compulsory)
- Hospitality and Guest Service Management (20 credits; compulsory)
- Managing Tourism, Leisure and Events Organisations (20 credits; compulsory)
- Niche Marketing and Social Media (20 credits; compulsory)
- Professional Development and Operational Placement (20 credits; compulsory)
- Tourism, Events and Leisure Industry (20 credits; compulsory).
Please note that the Level 4 exit award is titled: Certificate of Higher Education Travel, Tourism and Leisure Management.
Year Two – Level 5 (Dip HE & BA)
- International Travel Operations (20 credits; compulsory)
- Operations Management for Tourism, Leisure and Events (20 credits; compulsory)
- Professional Placement and Enterprise Project for Tourism, Events and Leisure (20 credits; compulsory)
- Research Methods and Field Study Experience (20 credits; compulsory)
- Sustainable Global Tourism and Events (20 credits; compulsory).
Year Three – Level 6 (BA)
- Crisis Management for Responsible Tourism and Events (20 credits; compulsory)
- Global Destination and Resort Management (20 credits; compulsory)
- Heritage and Leisure Attraction Management (20 credits; compulsory)
- Independent Project (40 credits; compulsory; Graduate Attributes Framework module)
- Strategic Tourism, Events and Leisure Management (20 credits; compulsory).
The programme will be assessed through a structured mix of practical assessments, placements, case studies, events, management reports, presentations, essays, travel reviews, DVDs/videos, travel blogs, feasibility studies, projects, bid pitches and the opportunity to plan, organise and assess travel and tourism trips & experiences.
Assessments will wherever possible be designed to develop professional skills as well as developing critical thinking, leadership, management, guest service and team work in preparation for industry careers. The programme does NOT include examinations.
This Framework aims to develop your professional skills and competence alongside your academic subject knowledge. You’ll study up to 40 credits per level throughout your programme from the Graduate Attributes Framework.
The Graduate Attribute modules are designed to enable you to develop, and evidence, a range of career-focused skills related to your subject area. These skills include digital competency, research and project management, as well as such personal competencies as communication, creativity, self-reflection, resilience and problem-solving.
- Find out more about the Graduate Attributes Framework
Tourism Case Studies
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Going Places Together with Qatar Airways, Cardiff Airport & the University of Malaya Wales.
At UWTSD Tourism in Swansea, we make the World your lecture theatre. To discover more watch this short video taster of the International Tourism Educational Tour which brings the student’s learning alive & see the world like never before.
Swansea Business Campus
- Jacqui Jones (Programme Manager)
- Deborah Jenkins
88 UCAS points (BA) | 44 UCAS points (DipHE)
Grades are important however offers are not based solely on academic results. We are interested in creative and dedicated people who demonstrate a strong commitment to International Travel & Tourism as well as those with significant relevant work experience. To assess the suitability of a potential student we may arrange interviews for you to discuss with us your skills, achievements and life experiences.
The flexibility of the programme, focus on industry opportunities, internships & graduate placement support empowers students to gear their studies to their own career ambitions and personal circumstances.
The constant interaction with employers and focus on guest service and professional employability skills provides students with the opportunity to realise their career potential through their studies.
On graduating students from this programme have been highly successful in securing a range of operational and management positions within the International Travel & Tourism Industry.
Future career pathways may include:
- Tourism Management - Attractions, International Hotels, Events, Conventions, Festivals, Tourist Boards.
- Travel Management - Airlines, Airports, Tour Operators, Travel Agents.
- Previous examples of graduate careers include a range of management positions with Aspen Ski Company, British Tourism Authority, Contiki Holidays, Jumeirah Resorts Dubai, Merlin Entertainment, Necker Island in the Caribbean, PGL Activity Holidays, Planos Holidays Greece, St Brides Spa Hotel, Retreats Group, Ritz Carlton Resorts Worldwide, Rockley Watersports France & UK, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Tui Holidays, Visit Wales, Walt Disney World.
Visit our Scholarships and Bursaries section to find out more as this may be used to support funding for field trips and placements.
Optional additional costs for Field Trips:
These are made available for students which are either subsidised, optional or part of an optional module of study. All compulsory field trips are paid for. Costs for UK trips that are optional vary from £5 to up to £100 for a residential trip.
The optional European Field Study Tour (Level 4) which is subsidised and part of an optional module is £500 and includes train travel across Europe, accommodation in the destinations normally in Paris and Switzerland, entry to attractions and some meals. Payment can be made in instalments equating to about £10 per week, £50 per month or block payments over a one year period.
The costs for the Faculty Educational Tour which is optional and part of an optional module is up to £1,000 for a 10 day trip to Malaysia normally via Doha and flying back from Singapore staying in 5 star hotels in Kuala Lumpur and Penang and including flights, bed and breakfast, main excursions and travel. This trip can be paid for over a 1 to 2 year period with monthly or block payments equating to about £10 per week.
Added value of field trips:
Field Trips with behind the scenes tours, guest speakers and research opportunities bring the students learning alive and allow them to network with industry and develop career opportunities as well as giving them the opportunity to experience the venues and tourism industry.
Taith Funding may be available to support field study trips which are linked to academic studies and cultural learning and may include Aspen, Colorado or Florida as well as other possible destinations including Slovenia and Malta.
Optional additional costs for Placement :
Students electing to go on certain placements to the USA or other destinations will be required to pay for their flights and visas. These are paid placements but the visa costs are paid by the students in advance. Current fees advertised for Summer Work and Travel Programme Visas in USA are £630 which includes insurance cover. Visa costs for a J1 visa for twelve months in US are currently advertised as £1425 and include Insurance. These prices are not controlled by the University and are subject to change by the Visa Sponsors and US Govt. Students working for certain organisations in destinations in the US and other locations will also be required to pay their own travel costs for some placements however these costs are again optional as there are other placements available where travel costs are paid.
Please note that going to the USA on placement is optional and therefore these are optional costs.
Added Value :
International placements in USA offer the students opportunity to work for some of the worlds leading organisations. This provides them with excellent opportunities for learning and developing their professional guest service skills to prepare them for future management careers. During their placements they will be earning monies to cover the visa costs and travel costs, however, it must be noted that these placements are optional and the students can select paid placements in other destinations where there are no up front costs.
- Tourism Management (BA)
- International Leisure Resort Management (BA, DipHe)
- Travel, Tourism and Leisure Management (CertHE)
- Events and International Festivals Management (BA, DipHe, CertHe)
Shanna McFadden Drivenes now International Travel & Tourism Graduate and now CEO of Dirty Girls Events Norway “I was never really one for school, but in Uni I came into my own. It really springboard me into the career I have today. I took part in a one-year work experience at Ritz Carlton Batchelor Gulch Resort in Colorado where I learnt about service on another level which I have taken forward into all my jobs and opening my own business. I would recommend anyone who would like to work in this industry to UWTSD as you will have access to some of the best placements worldwide and the best student experience”
Career development bursaries of up to £1,000 are available for students to support placements, internships and events volunteering. Students may also be eligible to apply for the Discover Project to support International Mobility to support short International Placement Experiences.
Visit our Scholarships and Bursaries section to find out more.
The programme includes the opportunity to undertake integrated international placements during level 4, 5 and 6 in order to gain specialist industry experience and to develop the students professional skills
In addition to our University Accommodation at Llys Glas , Swansea also benefits from a number of private student halls, all within a short walk, including:
- The Oldway Centre
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International Tourism Management BSc (Hons) – 2024 entry
Key information, start date: september 2024.
Apply for your chosen course online through UCAS, with the following course and institution codes.
Why choose this course
1st in the uk.
For tourism, transport, travel and heritage studies in the Complete University Guide 2024
And 2nd in the world for hospitality and tourism management in the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2023
And 15th in the world for hospitality and leisure management in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023
3rd in the UK
For hospitality, leisure, recreation and tourism in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024
8th in the UK
For hospitality, event management and tourism in the Guardian University Guide 2024
Our BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management course draws on this wealth of experience, helping you develop an understanding of tourism alongside a detailed study of core management and business principles.
Surrey is the UK’s top university for tourism, transport, travel and heritage studies, with our School of Hospitality and Tourism Management having an outstanding global reputation, and our award-winning Professional Training placements preparing students for roles in industry.
Five reasons to study a course within the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Surrey
What you will study
Reflecting the variety of the tourism industry, you’ll choose optional modules to study alongside compulsory core topics, allowing you to specialise and develop your skills in the areas that are most relevant to your interests and aspirations.
You’ll be taught by experienced and knowledgeable staff, who are all respected in their research and industry fields.
Academic lectures are combined with field trips, site visits and guest lectures from industry professionals, providing you with the most up-to-date and relevant education possible.
Due to our exceptional industry connections, and the relevance of our courses to current challenges in the tourism sector, our graduates are equipped to become responsible managers and strategic leaders of the industry and are consequently highly attractive to employers.
International Event Management BSc (Hons)
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International Hospitality Management BSc (Hons)
International Tourism Management with Transport BSc (Hons)
My time at Surrey has made me open to new opportunities, new cultures and new ways of living. I’ve grown so much and become a person I am truly proud of.
I enjoy the content on my course because it presents up-to-date international issues in the tourism, events and hospitality industry.
BSc (Hons) - Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Careers and graduate prospects
We offer careers information, advice and guidance to all students whilst studying with us, which is extended to our alumni for three years after leaving the University.
There is great demand for our BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management graduates in all related service sector industries. Graduates of our course have proven to be highly employable across a range of organisations, not just within tourism. In the Graduate Outcomes survey 2023, results show that 94 per cent of our undergraduate School of Hospitality & Tourism Management students go on to employment or further study.
Some of our graduates choose to go into operational management roles, developing and managing companies and resorts around the world. Others specialise in marketing, human resources, IT and other head office positions in large tourism corporations. Many find excellent career opportunities in tourism consultancy businesses.
Recent tourism graduates have entered employment in roles such as:
- Graduate Management Trainee, Hilton Worldwide
- Product and Commercial Executive, Monarch Travel Group
- Voyage Management Trainee, Grosvenor House JW Marriott Hotel
- HR Coordinator, Sofitel London Heathrow
- Front Desk Management Trainee, Hilton Hotels
- Vita Futura Graduate Management Programme, Marriott International
- Graduate Trainee, Lexington Catering.
This course is taught by academic staff from the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management .
Dr Alector Ribeiro
All taught students are assigned a personal tutor to support you while you study.
At Surrey we offer the best of both worlds – a friendly campus university, set in beautiful countryside with the convenience and social life of Guildford on your doorstep.
Academic year structure
The academic year is divided into two semesters of 15 weeks each. Each semester consists of a period of teaching, revision/directed learning and assessment.
Modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication. Please note that modules may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps.
The University operates a credit framework for all taught programmes based on a 15-credit tariff. Modules usually can be either 15, 30, 45 or 60, 75 and 120 credits, and additionally for some masters dissertations, 90 credits.
The structure of our programmes follow clear educational aims that are tailored to each programme. These are all outlined in the programme specifications which include further details such as the learning outcomes.
- International Tourism Management BSc (Hons)
- International Tourism Management (Foundation) BSc (Hons)
Please note: The full module listing for the optional Professional Training placement part of your course can be viewed on the relevant programme specification.
- BSc (Hons) with PTY
Optional modules for Foundation - FHEQ Level 3
Students must choose MAN0004 if undertaking the Business or Hospitality pathway. For further information on FHEQ levels 4, 5 and 6 please view the programme specification for the full-time BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management programme.
Optional modules for Year 2 - FHEQ Level 5
Students need to take one optional module in Semester 1 and one optional module in Semester 2.
Optional modules for Year 3 - FHEQ Level 6
Students must choose two optional modules in Semester 1. Students must choose one 15 credit optional module and one 30 credit optional module in Semester 2.
Year 1 (with PTY)
Year 2 (with pty).
Optional modules for Year 2 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 5
Professional Training Year (PTY)
Year 3 (with pty).
Optional modules for Year 3 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 6
Course timetables are normally available one month before the start of the semester. Please note that while we make every effort to ensure that timetables are as student-friendly as possible, scheduled teaching can take place on any day of the week (Monday – Friday). Wednesday afternoons are normally reserved for sports and cultural activities. View our Code of practice for the scheduling of teaching and assessment (PDF) .
Each 15-credit module involves 150 hours of student work. This time will be spent in lectures, computer laboratories and tutorials, and includes private study on your own or in small study groups. You will also write essays and assignments, complete group work projects, consultancy work and podcasts, as well as business-type reports that draw on your understanding of a particular area.
Our staff members are innovative in providing engaging learning sessions that bring together theory and practice for your intellectual and professional development.
Many of our academics are well-connected within the hospitality and tourism industries. This brings a wealth of classroom-based experiences to your studies but also a lot of guided support towards future employability, career coaching and CV support. Dedicated modules will develop your skills further, as well as employability masterclasses.
You will also complete business reports, podcasts, team presentations, consultancy work as well as essays and exams which are all set to draw on your understanding of the subject area.
There may be occasions when the delivery of your teaching is supported by graduate teaching assistants. The University has a set of procedures that govern the use of postgraduate research students in this way.
We assess modules individually and award credits for the successful completion of each one. Assessment takes place through a combination of examination and/or coursework, practical examinations and reports.
Check individual module information to see full details at a module level.
Contact hours can vary across our modules. Full details of the contact hours for each module are available from the University of Surrey's module catalogue . See the modules section for more information.
As a student at Surrey, you can also sign up to our free courses in the following areas:
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Applicants taking an A-level science subject with the Science Practical Endorsement are required to pass the practical element.
Please note: A-level General Studies and A-level Critical Thinking are not accepted.
GCSE or equivalent: English language at grade C(4) and mathematics at grade C (4) (or equivalent).
BTEC (QCF Level 3) Extended Diploma
- For foundation year equivalencies please contact Admissions +44 (0)1483 682222 / [email protected] .
GCSE or equivalent: English HL4/SL4 and either maths HL4/SL4 or maths studies HL4/SL4.
GCSE or equivalent: Maths 6 and either English language (1/2) 6 or English language (3)7.
Access to HE Diploma
- QAA recognised Access to Higher Education Diploma with 45 level 3 credits overall including 21 credits at distinction and 24 at merit.
GCSE or equivalent: English language - Scottish National 5 - C and maths - Scottish National 5 - C.
- Pass overall with BBC from a combination of the Advanced Skills Challenge Certificate and two A-levels.
Applicants taking an A-level science subject with the Science Practical Endorsement are required to pass the practical element.
GCSE or equivalent: English language and mathematics – numeracy as part of the Welsh Baccalaureate. Please check the A-level drop down for the required GCSE levels.
Please note: A-level General Studies and A-level Critical Thinking are not accepted.
Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
Applicants taking the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) will receive our standard A-level offer for this programme, plus an alternate offer of one A-level grade lower, subject to achieving an A grade in the EPQ. The one grade reduction will not apply to any required subjects.
Applicants can only receive one grade reduction from the published grades, an EPQ grade reduction can’t be applied in addition to other grade reductions made through other schemes such as Contextual Admissions or In2Surrey.
Do I meet the requirements for this course?
We require you to submit a full application so that we can formally assess whether you meet the criteria published. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide an outcome based on an enquiry (via email, webform enquiry, phone or live chat).
International entry requirements by country
If you are studying for Australian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Australia.
For courses that have specific-subject requirements at A-level:
Minimum standard in English and mathematics
If you are applying for an undergraduate course at Surrey, you must meet our minimum standards for English and mathematics.
- English : Year 10 Certificate, English C.
- Mathematics : Year 10 Certificate, Mathematics C.
Some courses may require higher grades in English and mathematics and/or additional subjects, so please check the requirements provided on individual course pages.
If you are studying for Austrian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Austria.
For courses that have specific subject requirements at A-level:
English : Matura (Reifeprüfung), English 2 (gut).
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Azerbaijan.
If you are studying for a Bangladeshi Higher Secondary Certificate qualification, you must obtain a GPA of 5 out of 5 or 80% to apply for our undergraduate courses.
English : IELTS Academic required.
Mathematics : Higher Secondary Certificate/Intermediate Certificate, Mathematics 60-69.
If you are studying for Belgian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Belgium.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Botswana.
The Certificado de Conclusão de Ensino Médio/Certificado de Conclusão de Segundo Grau is considered for entry onto our Foundation Years at Surrey. On the course page on our website, please check to see if there is an option for a Foundation Year before making a UCAS application.
- Cambridge O-levels Accepted with the same requirements as UK GCSEs.
- Cambridge A-levels Accepted with the same requirements as UK A-levels.
If you are studying for Bulgarian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Bulgaria.
If you are studying for Canadian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Canada.
Minimum standard in English and Mathematics
If you are applying for an undergraduate course at Surrey, you must meet our minimum standards for English and Mathematics.
English : Applicants who have completed Grade 12 Canadian High School/Secondary School qualifications should achieve grade B or 75% in a grade 12 English module. Applicants who were not required to take grade 12 English, or did not reach the required grade, will be required to take a recognised English language test.
Mathematics : Grade 11 Secondary School Diploma, Mathematics Pass.
Some courses may require higher grades in English and Mathematics and/or additional subjects, so please check the requirements provided on individual course pages.
We accept the Chinese National University Entrance Examination (Gaokao) for direct entry to Year 1 UG programmes. Please see the table below for our grade equivalencies:
Where there is a subject-specific requirement, students should achieve the same % in that subject (e.g. if Maths is a requirement of a BBB subject, the student should achieve 74% in Maths). Senior Secondary School Graduation Certificate and IELTS required.
For further information on these entry requirements, please explore our dedicated China site (中文网站).
If you are studying for Croatian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Croatia.
If you are studying for Cypriot qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Cyprus.
Please note: If you are studying in Northern Cyprus and are looking for our Lise Diplomasi equivalents please visit our Turkey page.
If you are studying for Czech qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Czech Republic.
If you are studying for Danish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Denmark.
- English : Hojere Forberedelseseksamen (HF) / Hojere Handelseksamen (HHX) / Hojere Teknisk Eksamen (HTX) / Studentereksamen (STX) - 7. If you have taken the Folkeskolens 10 Klasseprove then we will require IELTs.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Egypt.
If you are studying for Estonian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Estonia.
*If maths is required A-Level subject then the student must have studied "Extensive mathematics" (not Narrow Mathematics)*
- IELTS Academic required.
If you are studying for Finnish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Finland.
Ylioppilastukintotodistus / Studentexamensbetyg - M / 5
If you are studying for French qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for France.
Where Mathematics is a required A-level subject, we expect you to study Spécialité Maths (Advanced Maths) in Terminale; however, where Mathematics is required as a second Science subject, we will accept Maths Complémentaires (General Maths) in Terminale. For Engineering courses that ask for Physics as a required subject, we will accept Engineering Sciences.
- Baccalauréat, English, 12.
- OIB, English, 10.
Alternatively, where Mathematics is not studied as part of the Baccalauréat, we will accept Mathematics studies until the end of Seconde, where evidence can be provided of 10/20 in school assessments.
If you are studying for German qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Germany.
We do not accept the Ghanaian Senior Secondary School Certificate.
If you are studying for Greek qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Greece.
We welcome applicants with Pan-Hellenic qualifications, although these will not form part of any offer made.
If you are studying for a qualification in Hong Kong, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Hong Kong.
If you have an associate degree, you can apply for first or second year entry.
For 1st year entrants:
- You must meet the subject requirements, either through the secondary or post-secondary studies
For 2nd year entrants:
- You must have covered the modules and content included in the first year of the Surrey degree course (as assessed by the appropriate admissions tutor). Your secondary qualifications (e.g. HKDSE) will also be taken into account during your application.
We do not include Liberal Studies in our offers.
If you do not meet the entry requirements, you can apply to study for an International Foundation Year at our International Study Centre , which will prepare you for a full undergraduate degree course.
English : Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE), English 4.
Mathematics : Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE), Mathematics 3.
If you are studying for a Hungarian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Hungary.
If you are studying for an Indian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for India.
UK requirement (A-level) to Standard XII equivalent:
- Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) / Standard XII , English 70% from CBSE or ISC exam boards
- Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) / Standard XII, English 80% from the majority of Indian state boards (excluding Haryana, Andhra Pradesh/Telangana/U.P/Bihar/Gujrat/Punjab).
- Standard XII, Mathematics Pass
- All India Secondary School Examination, C2
- Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination, 6.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Indonesia.
If you are studying for an Iranian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Iran.
Award of the High School Diploma (Theoretical Stream, post-2019) studied between 4-5 years, with an overall grade of 14*. The Technical and Vocational stream and Work and Knowledge stream will not be acceptable for direct entry.
*dependant on subject requirements
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Iraq.
If you are studying for an Irish qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Ireland.
We will look at the QQI Level 5 Certificate on a case by case basis depending on module relevance to chosen degree programme. Please contact Admissions for more information.
English and mathematics :
If you are studying for an Italian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Italy.
We do not accept the Upper Secondary School Certificate.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Jordan.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Kazakhstan.
- Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Accepted with the same requirements as UK GCSEs.
- Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate (COHSC)
- East African Advanced Certificate of Education (EAACE)
- Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education (KACE) Accepted with the same requirements as UK A-levels.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Kuwait.
If you are studying for a Latvian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Latvia.
We do not accept the General Secondary Education Certificate.
If you are studying for a Lithuanian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Lithuania.
If you are studying for qualifications from Luxembourg, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Luxembourg.
Mathematics : *Certificat de Fin d'études Moyennes*, Maths 40-47.
If you are studying for a Malaysian qualification, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses.
Suitably qualified applicants can be considered for Year 2 entry. Please refer enquiries to [email protected] .
The table below shows grade equivalencies for Malaysia.
English : Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), 1119 Advanced English C.
Mathematics : Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), Mathematics C.
If you are studying for Maltese qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Malta.
Please note: you will need the Advanced and Intermediate, so for BBB in the UK A-levels we would ask for BB MEC Advanced and BBB MEC Intermediate.
English : Secondary Education Certificate, English, 3
We accept the following qualifications:
GCE O-levels Accepted with the same requirements as UK GCSEs.
Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate/GCE Advanced Level Accepted with the same requirements as UK A-levels.
We do not accept the Diplomă de Bacalaureat from Moldova for year 1 entry. However, a foundation course or evidence of further study will be considered.
If you are studying for qualifications in the Netherlands, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for the Netherlands.
English : VWO/Hoger Algemeen Voortgezet Onderwijs (HAVO) diploma 8
If you are studying for New Zealand qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for New Zealand.
English : National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), English, Achieved.
Mathematics : National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA), Mathematics, Achieved.
We do not accept the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) from Nigeria.
If you are studying for Norwegian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Norway.
English : Vitnemal for Videregående Oppleaering (VVO) / Vitnemål fra den Videregående Skole, English 4.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Oman.
We consider a range of high school qualifications for entry onto our undergraduate courses.
Take a look at country-specific information for certain countries in the Middle East.
If you are a student from Brazil then take a look at the country-specific entry requirements .
Take a look at country-specific information for certain countries in South Asia.
Take a look at country-specific information for certain countries in South East Asia.
We do not accept the Intermediate/Higher Secondary Certificate from Pakistan.
If you are studying for Polish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Poland.
English : IELTS Academic required.
If you are studying for Portuguese qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Portugal.
Where maths is a required subject at A-level, applicants will be required to achieve Certifcado de fim de Estudos Secundarios maths at 17 for A-level Grade A, 16 for Grade B and 15 for Grade C.
All applicants for undergraduate courses must also meet a minimum standard in English and mathematics.
English : IELTS Academic required
If maths does not appear in the final Certifcado de fim de Estudos Secundarios (or other named qualifications above) or if the above grades were not met, we can accept maths in the Y9 high school transcript at the following grades:
We do not accept Qatar school leaving qualifications.
If you are studying for Romanian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Romania.
We do not accept the Certificate of Secondary (Complete) General Education.
We do not accept the Tawjihiyah (General Secondary Education Certificate).
If you are studying for Singaporean qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Singapore.
Suitably qualified applicants can be considered for Year 2 entry. Please refer enquiries to [email protected] .
All applicants for undergraduate courses must also meet a minimum standard in English and Mathematics.
English : Singapore/Cambridge O-level English at grade C. The Singapore Integrated Programme satisfies the English requirement.
Mathematics : Singapore/Cambridge O-level mathematics at grade C. The Singapore Integrated Programme satisfies the mathematics requirement.
If you are studying for Slovakian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Slovakia.
Alternatively, where mathematics is not studied as part of the Maturitná skúška, we will accept mathematics in the Y11 or Y12 high school transcript at the same grades outlined above.
If you are studying for Slovenian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Slovenia.
For courses that have specific subject requirements at A-level.
Subjects that ask specifically for mathematics or require English A-Level (English Literature BA or English Literature with Creative Writing BA):
For all other required subjects and where mathematics is a second science:
English : IELTS Academic required
If you are studying for South African qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for South Africa.
English : Senior Certificate (with matriculation endorsement), English at grade C (Standard Grade) or grade E (Higher Grade).
Mathematics : Senior Certificate (with matriculation endorsement), mathematics at grade C (Standard Grade) or grade E (Higher Grade)
We do not accept the High School Diploma.
If you are studying for Spanish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Spain.
English : IELTS required
If you are studying for Sri Lankan qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Sri Lanka:
English : Cambridge O-level, English at grade C
Mathematics : Cambridge/Sri Lankan O-level, mathematics at grade C
If you are studying for Swedish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Sweden.
GCSE English :
Courses requiring GCSE English Language C (4) or B (5) - English 6 grade C or English 5 grade B in one of the following qualifications:
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Courses requiring GCSE English Language Grade A / 7 – English 6 at Grade B in one of the following qualifications:
Courses requiring GCSE Mathematics Grade C (4) or B (5) – Maths at Grade E in one of the following qualifications:
Courses requiring GCSE Mathematics Grade A / 7 – Maths at Grade D in one of the following qualifications
If you are studying for Swiss qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Switzerland.
- Grade A: Matura 5.0
- Grade B: Matura 4.5
English and Mathematics :
For the minimum standard for GCSE Mathematics only we can also accept:
- GCSE C Grade equivalent Certificat de Culture Generale - 4.0
- GCSE B Grade equivalent Certificat de Culture Generale - 4.1
- GCSE A Grade equivalent Certificat de Culture Generale - 4.2
If you studied the Certificat de Culture Generale then we may need an IELTS or equivalent to meet our minimum standards for English Language.
We do not accept the Senior High School Leaving Certificate.
If you are studying for Tanzanian qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Tanzania.
- English Language: Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) at grade C.
- Mathematics: Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) at grade C.
We do not accept the Senior High School Leaving Certificate.
If you are studying for Turkish qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Turkey.
Minimum standard in English and mathematics
Mathematics : Lise Bitirme Diplomasi Mathematics, 3, or 55% in Grade 10 or above.
If you are studying for Ugandan qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. The table below shows grade equivalencies for Uganda.
English : Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), 6.
Mathematics : East African Certificate of Education (EACE), Mathematics 6, or, Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE), 6.
We do not accept Ukrainian school leaving qualifications.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications.
If you are studying for American qualifications, you will need a suitable equivalent grade to apply for our undergraduate courses. We are able to consider a combination of any three test scores at the appropriate level (e.g. 2 APs and 1 SAT Subject Test). Honours and College level class content can also be reviewed on case-by-case basis by our Admissions Team.
The table below shows grade equivalencies for the United States of America.
*Please see the latest update from the College Board regarding SAT Subject Tests.
If you are applying for an undergraduate course at Surrey, you must meet our minimum standards for English and Mathematics.
English : Grade 12 High School Diploma, English C.
Mathematics : Grade 12 High School Diploma, Mathematics C.
Alternatively, an overall SAT score of 1290/1600 (critical reading, writing and mathematics) with a minimum of 600 in each component.
We do not accept the Upper Secondary School Graduation Diploma.
Please refer to the entry requirements for the country where your High School qualifications originate from, or the relevant UK qualifications on the course page. For information on entry requirements based on an International Foundation Year, please contact the admissions team with details about where you are taking your International Foundation Year, and the content you are studying.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Algeria.
We do not accept the Zimbabwe General Certificate of Education at Ordinary level.
We do not accept school leaving qualifications from Morocco.
Hong kong sar, international students in the united kingdom, netherlands, new zealand, other african countries, other east asian countries, other european countries, other middle eastern countries, other south american countries, other south asian countries, other south east asian countries, saudi arabia, south africa, south korea, switzerland, united arab emirates, united states of america, other international qualifications.
If you are an international student and you don’t meet the entry requirements to this degree, we offer the International Foundation Year at the Surrey International Study Centre. Upon successful completion, you can progress to this degree course.
English language requirements
IELTS Academic: 6.5 overall with 6.0 in Writing and 5.5 in each other element.
View the other English language qualifications that we accept.
If you do not currently meet the level required for your programme, we offer intensive pre-sessional English language courses , designed to take you to the level of English ability and skill required for your studies here.
We normally make offers in terms of grades.
If you are a suitable candidate you will be invited to an offer holder event. During your visit to the University you can find out more about the course and meet staff and students.
If you don’t meet our entry requirements, you might still be able to apply for this course with a foundation year. A course with a foundation year includes an extra year of study to prepare you for a full degree course. Find out more about our degrees with foundation year .
Recognition of prior learning
We recognise that many students enter their higher education course with valuable knowledge and skills developed through a range of professional, vocational and community contexts.
If this applies to you, the recognition of prior learning (RPL) process may allow you to join a course without the formal entry requirements or enter your course at a point appropriate to your previous learning and experience.
There are restrictions on RPL for some courses and fees may be payable for certain claims. Please see the code of practice for recognition of prior learning and prior credit: taught programmes (PDF) for further information.
Please contact Admissions on +44 (0)1483 682222 with any queries.
International Foundation Year
The International Foundation Year provides international students with the study skills and English language training in preparation for undergraduate study.
Did you know eligible students receive support through their application to Surrey, which could include a grade reduction on offer?
The annual tuition fees for courses starting in September 2024
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BSc (Hons) (with foundation and professional training year)
Fees will increase for each year of your programme as detailed in our tuition fee increases disclaimer .
Explore UKCISA’s website for more information if you are unsure whether you are a UK or overseas student. View the list of fees for all undergraduate courses.
- Students in receipt of a Tuition Fee Loan: will have their fees paid by the Student Loans Company in line with their schedule.
- 50% payable 10 days after the invoice date (expected to be early October of each academic year)
- 50% in January of the same academic year.
The exact date(s) will be detailed on invoices. Students on certain part-time programmes, where fees are paid on a modular or stage basis, are not eligible to pay their fees by instalment.
If you are sponsored : you will provide us with valid sponsorship information that covers the period of your study.
Professional Training placement fees
If you are studying on a programme which contains a Professional Training placement year there will be a reduced fee for the academic year in which you undertake your placement. This is normally confirmed 12 to 18 months in advance, or once Government policy is determined.
See the information about 2023/24 academic year Professional Training placement fees .
There are associated costs with this course:
- Commuting (local travel expenses): Varied (travel costs may be incurred in order to visit your course mentor in the UK): £20 – £50.
- Trip (including overseas travel and accommodation): £500 approximately – for the optional Tourism Fieldtrip module which is centred on an international field trip. The objective is to provide the opportunity for you to experience first-hand the complex practices and processes involved in tourist destination marketing, management, planning and development.
Grand total: £520 – £550.
Scholarships and bursaries
We're committed to making sure that we offer support for students who might need it.
International Excellence Award (Undergraduate)
Our award-winning Professional Training programme offers you the option to spend a career-enhancing year in industry, either in the UK or abroad. We have thousands of placement providers to choose from or you can source your own placement.
Most placements are paid, and we will support you every step of the way.
Find out more about Professional Training placements and discover how these have transformed our students’ lives and career choices.
International tourism management placements
The Professional Training placement is an integral part of our courses. Our placement partner organisations may provide opportunities for you to gain valuable experience in a professional working environment, increasing your confidence, skills and employability when you graduate.
You can choose to spend your placement in the UK, Europe or even further afield, working for some of the world’s most prestigious tourism organisations. We have placement students working for large tour operators and high-end hotel chains, as well as many smaller boutique tour operators and operators with a sustainable business operation.
Some examples of organisations that participate in this scheme include:
- TUI UK and Ireland
- Four Seasons Hotel
- Hilton Worldwide
Applying for placements
Students are generally not placed by the University, however we offer support and guidance throughout the process alongside access to a vacancy portal representing thousands of placement opportunities each year. We also provide support if you wish to source your own placement.
Find out more about the application process .
Please be aware there may be travel costs incurred when attending interviews and assessment centres at the placement provider’s premises.
Find out about the hospitality and tourism Professional Training placements that have taken place at the Savoy in London.
Study and work abroad
Studying at Surrey opens up a world of opportunity. We want you to take advantage of our study and work abroad partnerships, explore the world and expand your skills for the graduate job market.
Perhaps you would like to volunteer in India or learn about Brazilian business and culture in São Paulo during your summer holidays? With more than 200 partnerships, from 50 different countries worldwide, there is something for everyone.
We encourage you to add an international experience to your degree by studying overseas for one semester during your second year (typically the autumn semester).
Our international partners include:
- La Trobe University, Australia
- University of Queensland, Australia
- MODUL University Vienna, Austria
- Ryerson University, Canada
- Dongbei University of Finance and Economics, China
- Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- University of Central Florida, US.
Our partners complement our commitment to excellence in teaching and research and they enable you to enhance your international outlook.
Students share their experiences of going on an international exchange to Hong Kong.
Terms and conditions
When you accept an offer of a place at the University of Surrey, you are agreeing to comply with our policies and procedures , the student regulations, and our terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are provided in two stages: first when we make an offer and second when students who have accepted their offers register to study at the University. View our offer terms and conditions for the 2023/24 academic year and our registration terms and conditions (PDF) for the 2023/24 academic year, as a guide as to what to expect.
Please note: our offer terms and conditions will generally be available in the September of the calendar year prior to the year in which you begin your studies. Our registration terms and conditions will vary to take into account specifics of your course and changes for the specific academic year.
This online prospectus has been prepared and published in advance of the academic year to which it applies. The University of Surrey has used its reasonable efforts to ensure that the information is accurate at the time of publishing, but changes (for example to course content or additional costs) may occur given the interval between publishing and commencement of the course. It is therefore very important to check this website for any updates before you apply for a course with us and before you accept an offer. Read our full disclaimer .
Course location and contact details
Stag Hill is the University's main campus and where the majority of our courses are taught.
As part of this course you have the option to complete a Professional Training placement which would require attendance off campus, depending on where you secure your placement.
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Bachelor of Science in International Travel and Tourism Management (BSITTM) p rovides in-depth knowledge in the fields of hospitality and tourism education . It provides the students the opportunity to become involved in managing and planning, to work in the dynamic tourism industry and sectors like hospitality and travel and tourism. The program will give you the knowledge and understanding of how tourism businesses operate, and how tourists behave, and what impact tourism has on countries, cultures, and the environment. It also helps develop a wide range of skills that can be applied to a variety of managerial and entrepreneurial roles in the expanding tourism industry and it provides exposure to becoming globally competitive in the management of the travel, tour, and hospitality industry.
- Center of Excellence in Tourism Program as awarded by the Commission on Higher Education
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- Fully Accredited by The International Centre of Excellence in Tourism and Hospitality Education (THE-ICE)
The complete program curriculum for Bachelor of Science in International Travel and Tourism Management (BSITTM)
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- Assistant Airline Operation Manager
- Flight Attendant Supervisor
- Flight attendant
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- Hotel / Tourism Sales & Marketing Agent
- Event Planner
- Event Coordinator
- Museum Curator
- Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
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Three to five years after graduation, graduates of BSITTM Program shall:
- Be gainfully employed or established own business in tourism and related industries demonstrating holistic competencies required for local and international business operations
- Attain supervisory or managerial level position in local and international tourism industries
- Engage in life-long learning through continuous personal and professional development
- Participate in research-related or corporate social responsibility activities that will contribute to the promotion of tourism activities and development
By the time of graduation, the students shall have the ability to:
- Apply knowledge of physical, social, natural sciences, and humanities in the practice of the profession.
- Apply skills in travel and tour operations, airline operations, guest relations, food handling, production and food and beverage service operations based on international standards.
- Adapt to technological advancement and services of international standards utilizing the different software and application for tourism and hospitality.
- Demonstrate ethics, professionalism, and respect to cultural diversities in performing duties and responsibilities.
- Communicate effectively and express themselves clearly both oral and written.
- Apply innovative management and entrepreneurial functions in service-oriented business organizations.
- Perform administrative and managerial skills in travel and tour operation business operation.
- Conduct research in the field of tourism and hospitality industry and utilize the results for community development.
- Perform crisis risk mitigation and management activities following proficient use of communication channels.
- Engage in continuous personal and professional development.
- Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride of being a Filipino.
- Demonstrate competitive skills, knowledge and attitude to meet the needs and demand of the hospitality industry in the local, national and international workplace
- Design mitigation plan adhering to sustainable practices of tourism destination planning, management, and promotions.
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International Tourism Management is an ever growing in demand skill, with over a billion people around the world travel every year. Internationally, the tourism industry supports around 200 million jobs worldwide, or one in every 11th worker[i]. The industry has continued to grow in spite of the world-wide recession, and continues to expand.
International Tourism Management courses offers a wide range of employment opportunities and careers both nationally and internationally, from multi-national to local organisations, from world heritage destinations to national parks. Our tourism management degree has been specifically designed to meet the needs of tourism employers and to provide you with the qualifications and skills necessary for real-world success giving you a distinct advantage in an increasingly competitive careers market.
Professional Accreditation: Tourism Management Institute
- Accredited by the Tourism Management Institute (TMI)
- International study trip opportunities.
- Optional work placement year available.
- HP laptop and software included with this course for eligible student. Eligibility criteria and terms and conditions apply .
The International Tourism Management degree at UON has been designed to contribute towards achieving the following United Nations Sustainable Development Goal: SDG15 of Life on Land.
The international tourism industry is a dynamic, changing sector and graduates from this course will be equipped with the creative tourism management skills and knowledge to allow them to adapt and be successful in this diverse business environment. This course has been specifically designed to meet the needs of industry and is composed of four compulsory modules, and two compulsory modules. You are encouraged to develop a critical understanding of tourism business theory combined with a proactive business development approach throughout the course.
You will have the opportunity to study innovative modules such as the Tourism Consultancy project where you apply theory to a live project and put your project management skills to practice, gaining valuable experience that will enhance your job prospects. Our International Destination Management module allows you to analyse destinations in a variety of contexts (urban, rural, attraction, resort, regional, national and international) whilst incorporating industry best practice guidelines. Studying the Innovation in Tourism module will give you the chance to analyse the process of new product development and developments in the tourism industry through examining niche tourism products such as ecotourism, dark tourism, adventure tourism and cultural tourism.
[i] UN World Tourism Trends 2018
Placement Year Opportunities
You are encouraged to undertake an optional year-long placement in between Stages Two and Three of study. If you meet the entry criteria, and choose to take up a placement year you will find it an invaluable experience that helps you to apply your learning in your final year and prepares you for your career. Whilst on your Optional Work Placement Year you will study a 40 credit module ‘The Placement Year Experience – Organisations in Context’. We offer a lot of support in helping you to find a placement, which can be in the UK or overseas.
List of modules
Please note the modules shown here relate to the academic year 23/24. The modules relating to the academic year 24/25 will be available from June 2024.
- Tourism Impacts and Sustainability (20 Credits) Module code: LEI1003 Status: Compulsory The aim of this module is to consider the positive and negative impacts that tourism activities have on national and international tourism destinations, using a diverse range of case studies to illustrate issues and controversies. The module will also introduce the concept of sustainable tourism as a management strategy, and analyses its use as a tool to effectively manage the impacts of tourism.
- Service Industry Decision Making (20 Credits) Module code: LEI1024 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to provide students with the ability to create and utilise basic, financial information linked to operations, budgeting, planning and cost control in events, tourism and hospitality. This information can then be developed to make contextualised decisions linked to the success of the service related business or event.
- International Tourism: Concepts and Trends (20 Credits) Module code: LEI1025 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to provide students with a basic understanding of the contemporary tourism industry in terms of hospitality and accommodation providers, retail and business tourism, conference and incentive organisers, tour operators as well as airlines and passenger transport companies. It identifies the importance and power of the consumer in the ultimate success of a business operation.
- Professional Development for Tourism and Events (20 Credits) Module code: LEI1026 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to provide students with a support orientated forum in which to develop skills, knowledge and understanding of the demands of university study and employer expectations of graduates. Module content will help to develop the transferrable skills, attributes and attitudes required to succeed both as an individual and in a team based environment. A key aspect of the module is to allow students the opportunity for self reflection and self assessment.
- Entrepreneurship for Tourism and Events (20 Credits) Module code: LEI1027 Status: Compulsory This module explores the dynamics and characteristics of innovation in tourism, hospitality and events industries and explains the evolution of business models and frameworks. Students will study the internal and external drivers of innovation in the ever-changing markets of events, tourism and hospitality and focus on how and why businesses change their operations, products and services in order to gain competitive advantage.
- Events and Tourism in the Media (10 Credits) Module code: LEI1028 Status: Compulsory This module introduces the complex nature of the media, as well as how events and tourism entities are presented and represented in this space. It also equips the students with the core knowledge of marketing techniques utilised by events and tourism professionals to gain media exposure for their market offerings.
- Market Intelligence for Events and Tourism (10 Credits) Module code: LEI1029 Status: Compulsory This module equips students with an understanding of the importance of market intelligence in contemporary events and tourism industries. It also guides students in building their core skills and knowledge to conduct basic market research activities, interpret gathered data and use this to underpin business decision making.
- Learning Through Work (WBL) (20 Credits) Module code: HRM2042 Status: Designate The purpose of this module is to provide the learner with the opportunity to examine and analyse the specific characteristics or behaviours, employability and job-related skills and knowledge required to be a successful and effective employee in their particular business sector/type of organisation.
- Development Through Work (20 Credits) Module code: HRM2048 Status: Designate The purpose of this module is to enable students to review their own employability skills in up to two relevant work contexts. Students will identify and evaluate different approaches to management and leadership, making appropriate recommendations for improvements.
- Managing Visitor Attractions (20 Credits) Module code: LEI2001 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to provide students with knowledge and understanding of the developmental, operational, strategic, marketing and micro/macro variables which influence national and international visitor attraction management. The module will allow students to explore these concepts through case studies, scenarios, industry best practice guidance and on-site learning activities at actual attractions. Content allows learners to consider visitor attractions from multi-faceted consumer and industry perspectives.
- Tourism Management and Development (20 Credits) Module code: LEI2002 Status: Compulsory This module investigates the growth, development and management of international tourism. It evaluates the role of agencies and stakeholders assessing the ways to balance the needs of the visitor with those of the host destination. It focuses on the practical processes of tourism management, with reference to real-world examples of international tourism development.
- Events and Tourism Research (20 Credits) Module code: LEI2023 Status: Designate The purpose of this module is to provide students with the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts to real world environemnts via assessing a range of contemporary themes and challenges currently impacting on the events, tourism and hospitality industries. Students will consider the transient nature of the service sector and select areas of interest for further investigation and analysis.
- Responsible Tourism (20 Credits) Module code: LEI2025 Status: Compulsory This module will examine the concept of sustainable development, and its global application using a range of case studies. The purpose of the module is to enable students to become familiar with the ideological underpinnings, management principles and practices relating to sustainable tourism, and have a coherent and functional understanding of the key principles.
- Career Launchpad for Events, Tourism and Hospitality (10 Credits) Module code: LEI2026 Status: Compulsory This module enables students to reflect on own work experience and interactions with others in order to understand how they perform in and contribute to various group environments. It further supports students in taking ownership of their own career path. The module includes support for completing the Changemaker Silver Employability Award.
- Understanding the Tourist (10 Credits) Module code: LEI2028 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to facilitate student?s understanding of current and future tourist typologies and will explore the nature of the tourist in a range of contexts, markets and locations. This will include the many variables that impact the tourism decision making process and subsequent provision for tourists, including key determinants such as behaviours, technology, demographics and socio-cultural, economic and political factors.
- Championing Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing in Events, Tourism & Hospitality (10 Credits) Module code: LEI2032 Status: Compulsory This module introduces students to the core tenets of equality, diversity, inclusion and wellbeing as they relate to events, tourism and hospitality. Students will appreciate the ethical and practical implications of implementing EDI initiatives and will learn how to protect and support their own wellbeing and that of others.
- International Resort and Spa Management (10 Credits) Module code: LEI2034 Status: Compulsory Resort and spa-based leisure is a key component in the tourism industry at a regional, national and international level. Students will have the opportunity to explore the diverse range of resort developments such as mixed use and 'life-style' resorts, all-inclusive destinations, casinos, mega-resort developments, adventure, eco and luxury branded developments.
- Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality Management (20 Credits) Module code: LEI3003 Status: Designate This module provides the opportunity for students to explore and analyse the process of new product development and innovation in the tourism industry against a backdrop of pertinent, contemporary travel and tourism issues and concerns. Overall, the module aims to equip students with an approach to tourism management that recognises the value of innovation and creativity and acknowledges the sources and role of change in a dynamic tourism environment.
- International Destination Management for Tourism and Hospitality (20 Credits) Module code: LEI3014 Status: Compulsory This module provides a framework for analysis of the strategic nature and dynamics of tourist destinations and the challenges facing destination managers responsible for the planning, management and marketing of tourism destinations. The module seeks to demonstrate the opportunities for hosts, visitors and other tourism stakeholders to achieve their agendas and maximise their benefits in a balanced way without compromising the future. The module has a broad strategic management and international focus and is designed to provide students with a subject specialism in the field of destination management.
- Service Excellence Design (20 Credits) Module code: LEI3025 Status: Designate This module explores methods, strategies and practices that contribute to the delivery, leadership and management of high quality service experiences. The module emphasizes the relationship between the service provider and the consumer through the consideration of how value is created; how information is transmitted; how services are made tangible; how the service experience is managed, and how relationships are maintained, in cross-cultural contexts.
- Mega Event Legacies (10 Credits) Module code: LEI3026 Status: Designate This module examines the concept of mega-events, and their global use as a catalyst for urban regeneration, social, cultural and economic development of host cities / nations. It seeks to equip students with a critical appreciation of how legacies can be achieved through effective management of event impacts and regeneration.
- Building Your Personal Brand (10 Credits) Module code: LEI3028 Status: Compulsory This module supports students in developing their own personal brand to facilitate their successful engagement with recruitment practices in the events, tourism and hospitality sectors. It provides opportunities to reflect on own experience, skill set and participation in mock recruitment processes, to build confidence and support the transition from university into the world of work.
- Professional Consultancy Project (40 Credits) Module code: LEI3029 Status: Compulsory The purpose of this module is to develop the students ability to formulate, implement, and manage a successful, local client-based project within a relevant industry sector, providing vocational currency and enhancing changemaker and employability skills. The module also provides students with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the broader issues affecting that industry sector at regional level or beyond.
- Urban Heritage & Culture (10 Credits) Module code: LEI3034 Status: Designate This module explores the relationship between urban heritage and tourism and their role in urban regeneration processes. Students will explore the development of `tourist-historic cities? and the wider role urban culture and heritage play for society through the lenses of urban regeneration, intangible heritage and heritage tourism, arts and museums.
- Research Project (20 Credits) Module code: LEI4002 Status: Compulsory This module enables students to independently carry out an investigation of a current 'industry' or 'sector' issue relevant to their degree and their professional development. The students will make use of relevant academic concepts to structure their investigation and then collect and analyse a sample of secondary data.
Standard entry requirements apply. A typical offer would be:
- BCC at A Level or
- DMM at BTEC or
- Pass (C and above) at T Level.
Integrated Foundation Year Entry Requirements
The standard entry requirements for the Integrated Foundation Year are:
- DEE at A level or
- MPP at BTEC or
- Pass (D or E) at T Level.
For more more information on how to make an application, please visit our How to Apply page.
If you are an International student and would like information on making an application, please see our How to Apply page.
English Language Requirements
All International and EU students applying for a course with us must meet the following minimum English language requirements:
- IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent) with a minimum of 5.5 in all bands for study at undergraduate level.
For information regarding English language requirements at the University, please see our IELTS page.
2023/24 Tuition Fees
Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 23/24 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.
- UK Full Time: £9,250
- UK Part Time: £1,540 per 20 credit module
- UK Integrated Foundation Year: £9,250 for the foundation year; thereafter standard fees apply
- International Full Time: £14,750
- International Integrated Foundation Year: £14,750 for the foundation year; thereafter standard fees apply
- Optional Work Placement Year: £1,100
For information on the scholarships available to you, please see our scholarships page.
For more information about possible funding options, please visit our Fees and Funding pages.
The study trip to a European destination is optional and the cost should not exceed £500 for flights and accommodation. You will need to allow £100 for your expenses.
There is an annual regional or national study trip to a tourism attraction or similar destination. In some cases you will be required to contribute to the cost of entry; this would normally not exceed £50.
2022/23 Tuition Fees
Fees quoted relate to study in the Academic Year 22/23 only and may be subject to inflationary increases in future years.
- UK Part Time: £1,500 per 20 credit module
- International Full Time: £14,000
- International Integrated Foundation Year: £14,000 for the foundation year; thereafter standard fees apply
Our International Tourism Management course is accredited by the Tourism Management Institute (TMI) , the leading professional body for tourism management in the UK.
At the University of Northampton, everything we do, from funded trips to paid internships, is to give you everything you need to make a difference when you leave.
If you join our full-time BA International Tourism Management degree at Northampton, you will receive a laptop when your course begins*. The laptops are built to a bespoke custom specification ideal for use in the seminar room, collaborative group work or studying at home.
Whatever your ambitions, we’re here to help you to achieve them. We’ll support you to identify the skills you’re learning during your course, find your strengths and secure practical experience so that when it comes to applying for jobs or further study you’ll feel confident in standing out from the crowd. We’ve created the Northampton Employment Promise because we are so confident that if you focus on your studies and complete one of our awards you’ll be highly employable by the time you graduate. Putting you in a great position to secure employment or continue your studies.
To check out the full list of perks, visit our Student Perks page or dedicated International Perks page.
*UK fee payers only (see Terms and Conditions for further details).
The Integrated Foundation Year (IFY) offers a new and exciting route into studying for a degree, attracting ambitious and driven students who are willing to learn and advance.
If you have non-standard qualifications or do not quite meet the admissions requirements for Events Management we can offer you a fantastic opportunity to study a four year Events Management programme which includes a Integrated Foundation Year. The Integrated Foundation Year will help you develop the theoretical/practical and academic skills you need, in order to successfully progress to the full award.
Our four-year courses will enable you to successfully follow the degree pathway of your choice while gaining essential study skills. The foundation year of your chosen degree will be studied on a full-time basis and is aimed at supporting the transition to higher education. Years two, three and four are then studied as a standard degree programme.
Please see our Integrated Foundation Year page for more details.
How will I learn?
You can expect taught study for the International Tourism Management course to be a combination of lectures, seminars and workshops, usually totalling 12 hours per week. We recommend that you spend 24 hours per week in self-directed study time.
What is the schedule like for this course?
This course can be studied full-time over three years or over four years with an optional work placement year or Foundation Year. We also offer a flexible part-time study option.
How will I be assessed?
A variety of individual and group-based assessments are used in this course including written reports, client briefs, presentation, portfolio and examinations.
Will I go on study trips?*
In previous years students have participated in at least one optional study trip to a European destination. The cost of optional trips would not normally exceed £500 for flights and accommodation. You will need to allow approximately an additional £100 for your expenses.
The International Tourism Management teaching team also aims to provide a regional or national study trip annually to a tourism attraction or similar destination. In some cases you will be required to contribute to the cost of entry; this would normally not exceed £50.00.
*Future study trips are dependent on Government and local travel guides
Are there any special features on this course?
- Our course has been accredited by the Tourism Management Institute and the Tourism Society, the professional bodies for tourism management in the UK
- The Faculty of Business and Law has excellent links, such as those with the Tourism Management Institute, Tourism Concern, the National Parks Authority and English Heritage
- You can obtain student membership of the Tourism Management Institute and The Tourism Society, as part of this course. As a student member of these industry professional bodies you will be eligible to work towards a full professional membership.
Amber’s Story Amber was inspired to study her degree here at UON after attending an open day and hearing the lecturers talk so passionately about International Tourism Management and Events Management. Amber is now working as an Events Coordinator in the University of Northampton’s Marketing department and uses the skills learnt during her studies every day.
Senior Lecturer in Tourism Management
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Studying International Tourism Management at university creates a world of opportunities in attraction and destination management, marketing, tourism consultancy, conferencing, event management, tour operations and retail travel.
Many of those who have graduated from the University with a International Tourism Management degree have gone on to work for airlines, tour operators, visitor attractions, conference organisers and business travel both in the UK and abroad.
On completion of your BA International Tourism Management degree, you will have the opportunity to continue your studies by undertaking one of our industry relevant degree:
International Tourism Development MA
- International Hotel Management MA
Postgraduate Discount Scheme
Our postgraduate courses are a great way to enhance the skills you have already learnt. Benefit from our on postgraduate fees to give you a CV that will catch the eye of employers.
As a BA International Tourism Management degree student, you will have access to the University of Northampton’s on-campus facilities, services, and study areas.
The Learning Hub is at the heart of the campus and home to the student information desk.
The main reception for the University and additional teaching spaces.
Events Management BA (Hons)
Throughout this course you will learn the principles and theoretical frameworks related to events management and how to apply this theory in practice.
International Tourism & Hospitality Management (Top-Up) BA (Hons)
This course is designed to enable holders of HND/FdA Travel and Tourism Management qualifications to gain a full honours degree in one year.
This course is designed to provide you with a substantial theoretical and practical understanding of the role and contribution of the tourism industry.
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International tourism management program.
Tourism – the world’s largest industry – offers a global labor market once you have completed your degree. The tourism industry is growing both in Sweden and internationally and new fields of work within, for instance, events and experience continue to create new career opportunities and possibilities.
The international tourism management Program provides you with deep analytical skills and prepares you for a true international phenomenon: tourism. Through courses and a learning environment that inspire you to acquire knowledge about the environmental, social, cultural, and economic effects of tourism, you will gain insight into activities and organizations in the tourism industry. Topical focus on hospitality management, events management, destination management, and entrepreneurship in tourism are combined with business courses in e-commerce and marketing. This prepares you for a career in international tourism and marketing-related business activities. The intended labor market is both small and large national and international companies. Throughout the Program, there is an international perspective and you will acquire unique subject-specific skills through study trips, guest lectures, and internship opportunities. The international tourism management Program offers two different specializations and you choose which specialization you prefer during the course of the Program.
General entry requirements + Civics 1b / 1a1 +1a2, Mathematics 2a / 2b / 2c. Or: Civics A, English B, Mathematics B. Basic eligibility and English B/6 (with the exception of Swedish A/B).
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The program is one of Sweden’s most coveted tourism educations and after obtaining your degree the entire world is your labor market. Earlier students on the Program today work as, for instance, CEOs for travel agencies, hotels and tour operators, information and development managers at hotels, hosts for large events, site managers for travel agencies, senior press officers at agencies abroad, destination managers, destination developers and travel consultants.
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International Tourism Management
Kick-start a career in international tourism with a degree which will give you the management skills and knowledge to work anywhere in the world.
Whether you want to attract visitors to Blackpool or manage hotel staff in Barbados, tourism is full of exciting opportunities. And, in the post-pandemic world, the sector is becoming more innovative than ever.
With input from leading organisations like ABTA, Qantas, Visit Manchester and TUI, we’ve developed a range of modules directly relevant to a career in the tourism industry. You’ll explore key questions like what makes an attractive destination? How can marketing be applied in different markets? Which management strategies get the best out of employees? And you’ll put your ideas into practice, working on real world briefs for real organisations.
Develop skills for life Tourism is big business. To succeed in this competitive market, organisations need managers with ...
What you need to know
- When does the course start? September 2024
3 years full-time 4 years with placement 4 years with overseas study 4 years with foundation
- How many UCAS points do I need? 104-112
- Where will I study this course? Manchester
Features and benefits
With input from leading organisations, we designed the core units on this course to give you a thorough introduction to managing a tourism business. You can also choose to learn a new language such as Spanish, Modern Arabic or Japanese.
As well as taught classes, you’ll learn by working on projects and doing your own research. Your final year research project is a chance to explore an area in more detail based on your studies or work experience.
You can choose to spend a year studying abroad or working on placement. We have links with universities around the world, and organisations like Disney, Expedia and Premier Inn. You can find out more about your options and decide after you’ve started the course.
This course has a foundation year available. For more information visit the Foundation Year page .
Accreditations, Awards and Endorsements
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Our business school is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This means we are internationally recognised for meeting global standards of excellence in business and management education.
Business School Impact System (BSIS) The BSIS scheme is designed to determine the extent and nature of a business school’s impact upon its local environment. BSIS has given us the tools to capture the enormous added value and impact that our business school brings to businesses and communities.
EFMD Quality Improvement System Our business school holds the EQUIS accreditation – a leading international system of quality assessment, improvement and accreditation of higher education institutions in management and business administration. By attending an EQUIS accredited institution, students can be confident they are part of a high quality institution.
Institute of Travel and Tourism Our business school is recognised as a Centre of Excellence by the Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT). This gives our students access to industry processionals, networking and mentorship opportunities throughout their course.
Please note that the following list of units is indicative and may be subject to change.
* you will have the choice to study Tourist Behaviour II OR Uniwide Language
Tourist Behaviour I
The behaviour of tourists is a fundamental aspect in understanding the nature of tourism as a whole. Attention is given to the evolution of different types of tourists as well as different types of behaviour.
Tourism Academic and Digital Skills
Academic and digital skills are developed to foster students’ engagement with their own personal and professional development. This unit will support students as they make the step up to degree-level study.
Tourism Operations Management
The management of tourism operations for competitive advantage within the global tourism industry requires knowledge and application of key operational management theories and models.
Destination Manchester: England's second largest city tourist destination and the living-laboratory for your studies. Explore what makes a successful international tourist destination and help to solve a real-world problem for a tourism company.
Financial Management for Managers
Understanding financial management is a vital skill for all managers of profitable companies. Learn how to analyse financial statements, plan budgets and use financial data to inform decision making.
Marketing for Tourism
Students will develop marketing skills for tourism, learning how to recognise the importance of marketing as a role and function; as well as apply the marketing mix to illustrate different tourist markets and needs.
Tourist behaviour ii.
An understanding of the development of current and future trends is an important aspect of tourist behaviour and will be explored with the help of a variety of reports.
You can add a foreign language to your portfolio of skills. Enhance your employability by learning French, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Modern Standard Arabic or Spanish alongside your main degree. Whatever your language knowledge, from beginners to advanced, these classes will take you to the next level of proficiency. Visit UNIWIDE for more information.
Study and assessment breakdown
- Year 1 scheduled 25%; independent 75%
- Year 2 scheduled 25%; independent 75%
- Year 3 scheduled 20%; independent 80%
- Year 1 coursework 90%; examination 10%
- Year 2 coursework 85%; examination 15%
- Year 3 coursework 100%
Our BA (Hons) International Tourism Management degree offers the chance to spend a year getting a taste of professional life. Opportunities are available worldwide with a wide range of companies, from boutique hotels to five-star deluxe properties, gastro pubs to Michelin star restaurants, and cruise liners to theme parks.
A year out not only gives you the opportunity to develop your core skills and learn about how a business really operates in your industry, but also shows employers that you’re ready to get to work.
To find out more about what a placement can do for you, visit our placements page.
Instead of a placement, you’ll have the opportunity to spend up to a year overseas, studying with one of our partner institutions across Europe, or beyond. Go abroad in the third year of your degree, and you’ll not only learn about other cultures, improve your language skills and discover more about yourself – you’ll also boost your career prospects.
Having first-hand knowledge of another country’s cultures and traditions can take you far in a range of careers. And, by going abroad you’ll also demonstrate the kind of independent spirit and adaptability that many employers want.
Gaining work experience with an international flavour offers a double benefit. While you’ll learn valuable professional skills in a real-world workplace, you’ll also experience different cultures, ways of working and new perspectives. Whether it’s a summer exchange, holiday internship or year-long international placement, global experience can make a world of difference to your career prospects.
A city of opportunities
Greater Manchester boasts one of the country’s leading creative clusters outside of London, with a diverse community of over 8,500 creative organisations.
Manchester is also England’s second most visited city by international tourists, drawn to the area by the vibrant calendar of attractions and events occurring all-year-round. These include over 75 museums and galleries, high-profile music, art and cultural festivals, and sporting tournaments hosted in the largest concentration of sporting venues in Europe.
With all this activity on our doorstep, it puts us in the perfect place to offer an education rooted in the real world – with relevant skills, useful experience and valuable connections to support your ambitions in events, tourism or hospitality management. It puts you in a city with a wide range of employers who are looking for ambitious graduates.
During this year you will study six 15 credit units. Please note that the following list of units is indicative and may be subject to change.
Understanding how to appraise and apply research methods is a critical skill for undergraduates and this knowledge will be developed through this unit.
This unit will identify the variety of job roles within the tourism sector. It will enable students to develop their knowledge and understanding of the essential skills required to complete the application process for employment.
International Tourist Experience Design
Tourist experiences are designed and managed by tourism businesses, yet experiences become meaningful when personalised by tourists. Students will explore how new business approaches centring on the tourist have been devised.
People Management and Development
Students will develop knowledge and understanding of the theories, strategies, policies and practices that underpin the management and development of human resources in organisations particularly in the tourism industry.
Tourism Destination Fieldwork
Students will conduct fieldwork at a destination to assess local challenges.
The Business of Tour Operators
Students will examine the role of tour operators in the tourism supply and distribution chain. A focus will be on their partnerships with key stakeholders so ensuring a sustainable and ethical approach to business.
During this year you will study four 15 credit units and a 30 credit unit. Please note that the following list of units is indicative and may be subject to change.
Global Tourism Development
A global view of tourism as a tool to achieve the broader sustainable development goals in varying economies is provided. Different tourism development paths and their challenges, limitations and benefits will be critiqued.
The Tourism Graduate
With graduation on the horizon, you’ll focus on harnessing your personal and professional skills, as well as behaviours. You’ll have opportunity to engage in a range of activities, which might include mentoring with an employer in a tourism management role or a cutting-edge mock assessment centre experience, helping you become a sought-after and career-ready graduate.
Tourism Crisis and Risk Management
Within the global tourism industry, crisis and risk management is an increasingly important area for consideration. Students will be exposed to the interrelationships and stakeholder roles during a critical incident.
Strategic Tourism Management
Students will explore the nature of strategy and strategic thinking, as well as the complexity of managing the strategic challenges found within the contemporary international tourism business environment.
Research Project (30 credits)
Students undertake a substantial project based on work experience or academic research.
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Your studies are supported by a department of committed and enthusiastic teachers and researchers, experts in their chosen field.
We often link up with external professionals too, helping to enhance your learning and build valuable connections to the working world.
These typical entry requirements may be subject to change for the 2024/25 academic year. Please check back for further details.
UCAS Tariff points
GCE A levels - grades BCC or equivalent
Pearson BTEC National Extended Diploma - grade DMM
Access to HE Diploma - Pass overall with a minimum 106 UCAS Tariff points
UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma - grade of Merit overall
OCR Cambridge Technical Extended Diploma - grade DMM
T level - We welcome applications from students undertaking T level qualifications. Eligible applicants will be asked to achieve a minimum overall grade of Merit as a condition of offer
IB Diploma - Pass overall with a minimum overall score of 26 or minimum 104 UCAS Tariff points from three Higher Level subjects
Other Level 3 qualifications equivalent to GCE A level are also considered.
A maximum of three A level-equivalent qualifications will be accepted towards meeting the UCAS tariff requirement.
AS levels, or qualifications equivalent to AS level, are not accepted.
The Extended Project qualification (EPQ) may be accepted towards entry, in conjunction with two A-level equivalent qualifications.
Please contact the University directly if you are unsure whether you meet the minimum entry requirements for the course.
Specific GCSE Requirements
GCSE grade C/4 in English Language or Level 2 Functional Skills English pass
GCSE grade C/4 in Mathematics or Level 2 Functional Skills Mathematics pass
International Baccalaureate points
Ielts score required for international students.
There’s further information for international students on our international website if you’re applying with non-UK qualifications.
Fees and Funding
Tuition fees for the 2024/25 academic year are still being finalised for all courses. You can find information on 2023/24 standard undergraduate fees for UK/Channel Islands and EU/Non-EU international students. All fees stated may be subject to change for the 2024/25 academic year.
All of the books required for the course are available from the library. The University also has PC labs and a laptop loan service. However, many students choose to buy some of the core textbooks for the course and/or a laptop.
Students may also need to print their assignments and other documents. Campus printing costs start from 5p per page. Estimated costs are £300 for a laptop, and up to £100 each year for books and printing.
Optional residential field trips up to £800.
Find out more about financing your studies and whether you may qualify for one of our bursaries and scholarships
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While the COVID-19 pandemic had a big impact on the tourism industry, businesses are bouncing back with innovative new business models and more resilient structures in place. By the time you graduate, you can expect to see lots of exciting new developments in the sector.
The skills you learn here apply in a wide range of roles, from marketing to human resources. And, if you decide to take a placement or study abroad year, your experience might inspire your next steps. Our graduates work in small boutique operators, large international corporations and some have started their own businesses.
Whether you want to continue your studies with a postgraduate degree, or explore emerging areas like ecotourism, we’re here to support you achieve your dream.
of BA (Hons) Tourism Management* students said the course has provided them with opportunities to bring information and ideas together from different topics.
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INTERNATIONAL TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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- International Tourism Management BA (Hons) / FdA
4 years FT (3 years without placement)
1-year placement (BA only)
2 years full-time
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Entry requirements, key information.
- Placements and Careers
£400K invested in our new Aviation and Tourism Suite, exposing you to sector-leading facilities
Opportunities for international study abroad tourism exchange programmes
By embarking upon a career in tourism, you can be part of an industry that has become a global phenomenon over the last 70 years. Many economies and businesses now rely on their ability to attract visitors, and international providers need to keep reinventing themselves in order to stay ahead of the curve in this evolving, uncertain and competitive environment.
Whether you want to work in areas ranging from tour operations and destination management organisations to attractions and events organisations, or even set up your own business, our International Tourism Management degree course at University College Birmingham will equip you with the vital industry skills and attributes to realise your career aspirations. Studying at a recognised Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT) Centre of Excellence, you will learn how to analyse tourism trends and undertake industry projects in order to devise innovative, creative strategies to compete in the marketplace.
One of the major benefits of our four-year BA (Hons) International Tourism Management course is a 48-week paid work placement, giving you a significant and distinctive advantage in a competitive job market when you graduate. You will also go on a variety of residential visits both in the UK and abroad, while our range of optional modules will enable you to specialise your studies to match your interests and career aims.
Why should I choose this course?
- WORK PLACEMENT (BA only) – Boost your career prospects and first-hand experience of the industry with a paid 48-week placement, during which you won’t incur any tuition fees
- RESIDENTIAL VISITS – Take on tourism projects in the UK and overseas, with essential trip costs covered by the University – past destinations have ranged from Amsterdam, Barcelona and Prague to New York, Toronto, Cyprus and The Gambia
- SPECIALISE YOUR STUDIES – Gain expertise in a field related to your career aims through optional modules such as Attraction Management or Smart Tourism and Aviation
- INDUSTRY APPROVED – Study at an ITT Centre of Excellence and work on live and simulated industry projects in association with our professional networks
- AWARD-WINNING UNIVERSITY – Study at the highest-ranking university in the region according to student choice ( Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2023 )
Students on our tourism courses at University College Birmingham have access to outstanding simulation facilities in our brand new Aviation and Tourism Suite. Our learning spaces on campus also provide ideal environments to build your knowledge, from lecture theatres to interactive group working spaces and extensive library resources.
Our new Aviation and Tourism Suite features a state-of-the-art mock plane cabin, as well as check-in areas for training students
Aviation and Tourism Suite
Take a look around our Aviation and Tourism Suite that features exciting simulation facilities for students on our aviation, travel and tourism courses.
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Students on the FdA have the option of progressing onto the final year upon completion of the foundation degree.
Exponential growth in digital technologies over the last decade has had, and continues to have, a significant impact on the tourism industry. These developments have produced a range of digital tools that are used by the tourism industry to enhance the tourist experience, improve marketing methods and empower the consumer. All of these developments will be examined in this module and through a range of innovative activities, you will develop essential digital skills in preparation for future employability.
Successful Tourism Destinations
This module will examine the critical factors driving the success of destinations, which include connectivity, government support, local community engagement and the offer of an exciting product. In addition, you will review challenges facing destinations in terms of over-tourism, implementing sustainable policies and remaining competitive over the long-term.
Dynamic Tourism Environment
This module will examine the dynamic nature of the global tourism environment and the response strategies of tourism businesses. Critical themes include the changing nature of the tourism industry and consumers, safety and security, digital technology, the ability to travel ‘freely’ (or not) around the world and how businesses are striving to implement more effective sustainable tourism policies.
Employability and Professional Development
This module will encourage you to consider a range of career paths available to you within the aviation/tourism sectors. You will consider your skills and attributes by auditing your current abilities before mapping them against those you will seek to gain during your course of study. You will have opportunities to enhance your employability and professional skills through assessment scenarios.
Tourism Operations and Innovation
Providing a competitive visitor experience, while generating profits, is the ultimate performance goal for tourism operators. This becomes increasingly challenging in a very competitive and dynamic environment. Accordingly, tourism operators must seek innovative solutions to performance gaps to ensure long-term success. This module will examine the current practices of tourism operators in terms of revenue management, capacity management and offering an outstanding visitor experience.
Sustainable Tourism Practices
We face many global challenges that some experts believe will harm future generations, so we have to respond now. An active global movement is demanding that we deliver more sustainable and ethical practices across all industries, including tourism. This module will explore the key criteria for sustainability and the innovative practices employed by tourism businesses and destinations.
Industry Live Project
This module will be based on an industry consultancy project with a real client. The context of the project will be based on market or operational research that will support an organisation or destination’s overall performance. This is an excellent opportunity to obtain another form of industry experience and will support you with your career aspirations.
Plus one option from:
Revenue and Performance Management
The purpose of this module is to offer insight into the rationale behind the pricing decisions taken by tourism organisations. It will examine the key sources of revenue and costs typically faced by providers within the industry and how these are managed to achieve profitable outcomes. It ultimately aims to increase your employability by using up-to-date case studies and key industry metrics and financial statements to interpret and scrutinise financial results with improved fluency and confidence.
This module will examine the range and changing nature of the attraction industry (from small heritage/cultural attractions to large attractions) and the challenges facing attractions within a very competitive environment. The module will showcase how attractions have implemented innovative strategies to enhance their overall operational performance while offering a more inclusive, accessible and diverse visitor experience.
This module will guide you through the exciting world of aviation management, focusing on understanding the structure of the industry, how the skies are managed, how airports work and the relationship between airports, airlines and passengers. You will be introduced to airport operations, managing the passenger experience and to key Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in aviation.
Work Placement (optional – for BA (Hons) students only)
You will gain valuable work experience on a 48-week work placement. This is an exciting opportunity to put what you have learned into practice, broaden your experience and demonstrate your abilities to potential employers.
Tourism Trends and Futures
This module will review the strategic challenges facing destinations as they strive for sustainable competitive advantage. Various macro forces continue to influence the strategic direction of destinations with new risks and opportunities arising. Destinations are implementing more inclusive and sustainable strategies to navigate their way through a more turbulent environment. But the question remains – can destinations successfully future-proof themselves from a more uncertain future?
Strategic Change Management
In an increasingly fast-paced and changing global environment, it is more important than ever that a business can navigate its way to a successful future. This module will evaluate different strategic change management tools in supporting businesses to seize new opportunities and treat risks/threats.
Independent Research Project
This module provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate your capabilities in researching, planning and delivering an industry-related project. You can either self-select your own topic or choose from a list of contemporary industry projects. This project focuses on cultivating the desired graduate attributes of professionalism, critical enquiry, problem solving, enterprise, creativity and innovation and in enhancing your professional profile.
Crisis Communications Management
In an increasingly turbulent and dynamic global environment, it is more important than ever that businesses and destinations can manage their reputation effectively. This module will examine a range of key public relations and reputation management principles and provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to plan a successful communication campaign (media and public relations) in response to a crisis. Using an omnichannel approach, you will explore the challenges and opportunities that different media channels bring. This will further increase your employability by providing you with experience of the working practices of corporate press agencies or departments.
Visitor Experience Management
This module will focus on how tourism destinations mediate, design and deliver exciting and memorable visitor experiences, while navigating their way through a range of sensitive, digital and ethical considerations.
Smart Tourism and Aviation
This module will explore the increasingly smart approaches taken by destinations and tourism/aviation providers within an increasingly connective and smart world. Challenges and opportunities will be explored across the industries.
The modules listed above for this course are regularly reviewed to ensure they are up to date and informed by industry as well as the latest teaching methods. On occasion, we may need to make unexpected changes to modules – if this occurs, we will contact all offer holders as soon as possible.
International Tourism Management BA (Hons)
A-levels : An A-level grade profile of CDD .
T-levels : A T-level graded Pass with a core component of grade C .
BTEC : A BTEC grade profile of MMP . This can be achieved from either an Extended Diploma or a combination of smaller BTEC qualifications.
Tariff : Other Level 3 qualifications are accepted at University College Birmingham for entry. A minimum of 80 UCAS Tariff points will be required.
Access to Higher Education Diploma : 80 UCAS Tariff points including a minimum of 15 Level 3 credits at Distinction.
International Tourism Management FdA
A-levels : An A-level grade profile of DD .
T-levels : A T-level graded Pass with a core component profile less than C .
BTEC : A BTEC grade profile of PP . This can be achieved from either an Extended Diploma or a combination of smaller BTEC qualifications.
Apprenticeship: Achieve an advanced apprenticeship (Level 3).
Tariff : Other Level 3 qualifications are accepted at University College Birmingham for entry. A minimum of 32 UCAS Tariff points will be required.
Access to Higher Education Diploma : 32 UCAS Tariff points.
Non-tariff: Non-UCAS Tariff-based Level 3 qualifications are also considered for entry. Please complete our enquiry form here to check your eligibility.
Work-based: We also give equal consideration to applicants who are currently in work and wish to apply to University College Birmingham. To apply, you must have a minimum of 3 years’ relevant work experience, demonstrating management or supervisory duties. Your application must also include a reference from your line manager supporting your entry to higher education. For further details, please contact Admissions.
For entry requirements for EU and international students, please visit the Country Specific Information page.
Teaching and assessment
Note : Indicative information only – actual timetables and assessment regimes will be issued at your induction.
Example of a typical teaching week (up to 15 contact hours):
- Large group teaching – 4 hours
- Smaller group teaching – 5 hours
- Tutorials – 3 hours
- Academic and employability support – at least 2 hours
- Industry speaker sessions and employer fairs
- Field trips and visits
You will also need to commit around 20 hours per week for individual study time.
Estimated breakdown of assessment for this degree course:
- Coursework – 48%
- Practical assessment – 52%
Our teaching and assessment is underpinned by our Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy 2021-2024 .
If you are a UK student enrolling on a standard-length Foundation Degree or a BA/BSc at University College Birmingham, your fee for this academic year will be £9,250. A half-year tuition fee is £4,625. There will be no change to this tuition fee for the forthcoming two academic years (2023/24 and 2024/25). View undergraduate fees
If you are an international student enrolling on a full-time foundation degree or a BA/BSc in 2023/24, your fee for this academic year will be £13,500 per year. T he course fee for academic year 2024/2025 is £14,000 per year.
If you complete a placement year, there will be an administration fee of £500 for a full year or £250 for a half-year placement.
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As a new student studying this course full-time, you will receive £300 per year through our Kick-Start Scheme (UK students only, eligibility criteria applies). This scheme will support your studies and future career by contributing to course-related materials, uniform or selected items on campus. You may also qualify for an additional £500 per year.
Find out more about the Kick-Start Scheme here .
Unibuddy Community - meet other students on your course
Starting university is an exciting time, but we understand that it can sometimes feel a little daunting. To support you, you will be invited to join our Unibuddy Community , where you can meet other students who have applied for the same course at University College Birmingham, before you start studying here.
As soon as you have been made an offer, you will be sent an invitation email to complete your registration and join the Unibuddy Community. For more information, check out our Unibuddy Community page .
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This course is accredited by the University of Warwick .
University College Birmingham is a recognised Institute of Travel and Tourism Centre of Excellence .
Accreditations, endorsements and partnerships
University College Birmingham works with a wide range of organisations to ensure you receive the best possible training and qualifications recognised by industry.
of graduate employers say relevant experience is essential to getting a job with them
Work placements are vital for gaining real-life experience and for building your confidence and skills before you finish your course – and they may even lead to a job when you graduate. Our Hired team can help find the ideal placement for you.
Our four-year BA International Tourism Management course features a 48-week paid placement, during which you will not incur any tuition fees. Opportunities are available in the UK and overseas. (There is also the option to study the BA course without a placement. The placement is not included in the FdA.)
Work alongside experts in your sector
A snapshot of some of the employers we have worked with:
- Caro Hotel (Spain)
- Lisbon Bike Tour and Outdoors (Portugal)
- Coeur Des Montagnes (France)
- Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place (Brussels)
- Hilton Birmingham Metropole (Birmingham)
- Cherry Hills Country Club (USA)
- Hotel Alhambra Palace (Grenada, Spain)
So far, I mostly enjoy the seminars and lectures as they are all interesting and educational, my favourite module being Developing People in Tourism. Our lecturer makes sure we understand everything and involves us, asks us important questions, helps us with our assignments and points us in the right direction.
Petra Kohoutova International Tourism Management BSc (Hons) *Now BA (Hons)
The example roles and salaries below are intended as a guide only.
Average Salary: £27,500
Average Salary: £24,500
Marketing executive (graduate)
Average Salary: £37,500
Average Salary: £30,000
Project manager (graduate)
Average Salary: £39,197
Product manager (graduate)
Average Salary: £37,582
Want to take your studies to the next level? Completing the BA (Hons) degree will enable you to move onto our postgraduate courses such as International Tourism Management MSc/PGDip , Hospitality with Tourism Management MSc/PGDip (Pathway A) or Global Meetings and Events Management MSc/PGDip .
We are here to support your career goals every step of the way.
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Deputy Dean (School of Business, Tourism & Creative Industries)
Kathryn Hayat (Associate Professor)
Head of Department (Hospitality and Tourism)
Senior Lecturer Tourism
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Undergraduate BA (Hons)
International Tourism Management
Study the forces that affect the tourism industry, from sustainable travel to destination management. You’ll build up a wealth of experience on this international tourism course.
Tourism is constantly expanding to cater for the needs of the traveller and their desire to go further, more frequently and sustainably. This dynamic international tourism management course will keep you up to date with emerging trends and global issues, providing you with the experience and skills required to enter the industry at a professional level.
As part of your course, you’ll:
- Gain an appreciation of other cultures and be aware and sensitive to the positive and negative impacts of tourism on communities and local economic development
- Look at the modern challenges faced by tourism organisations , focusing on recent trends and developments so you’re equipped with the skills to solve complex problems and implement plans and solutions to resolve them
- Acquire an understanding of sustainable tourism and development as well as the organisational structure and management of this ever-expanding service sector
- Develop an entrepreneurial approach by working alongside key industry partners to build innovative solutions to real-life business challenges
- Gain an insight into moral, ethical, environmental and legal issues allowing you to make a valuable contribution to the tourism and travel sector
- Have the opportunity to specialise in key areas such as marketing and human resources and learn from world-leading experts in responsible tourism
This course will enable you to take a strong international focus. You’ll understand the core areas of business and management of the tourism sector as you develop the ability to contribute at a regional, national and global level.
You’ll have the opportunity to work as part of a team as a consultant for a range of our extensive industry contacts. As part of this task, you’ll be asked to find creative solutions to real-life challenges. From working with national organisations like The National Trust to international tour operators like Jet2Holidays, we have a wide range of projects to help you get experience, whatever your interests.
With our flexible study options, you’ll be able to specialise in a specific area that could lead to your career of choice. For example, this could be:
- Sustainable tourism for less developed countries
- Destination management
- Marketing and promotion
- Tourist attractions management
Whichever modules you select, you'll never sit an exam. Our assessments are designed to test the skills that are in high demand by our industry and you'll receive expert support and guidance to ensure you can achieve your full potential. Visit the Teaching & Learning section further down this page for more information on which modules you'll be able to study.
UK Centre of Excellence
We were the first UK university to be recognised as a Centre of Excellence for Tourism. Awarded by the leading professional body, the ITT (the Institute of Travel and Tourism), this recognition puts us at the forefront of education and research in this dynamic sector.
ITT is the only professional membership body for the UK travel and tourism industry. Membership will enable you to raise your profile, take advantage of networking opportunities with key players in the sector and to enhance your CV and future career prospects.
A year in industry
You’ll be able to impress even the most demanding of future employers with your hands-on experience if you take the opportunity to work in industry as part of your course. You’ll be able to travel the globe working in one or multiple places throughout the year. Why not combine a season in a resort with experience in operations or commercial contracting back at head office? Or how about applying for a year working with Disney in Florida? Our dedicated placement team will support you every step of the way as you build an impressive CV.
Our local and international field trips will take your learning outside the classroom so you can experience tourism first-hand.
Our specialist teaching team includes research-active academics and industry professionals who work as consultants to the course. Their expertise will help to shape your learning.
Guest lectures from leading industry speakers, such as the ITT, ABTA and industry organisations large and small will keep you up to speed with current topics and developments within this exciting sector.
We also offer this course as a top-up. If you have an HND or foundation degree in tourism you could choose this option and study the year three modules listed below in the Teaching & Learning section.
Why study International Tourism Management at Leeds Beckett University...
- 100% of students on BA (Hons) International Tourism Management were positive about the way teaching staff explain things*
- Our School was ranked in the top 50 best schools globally in 2022 by the Academic Ranking of World Universities
- Specialist teaching team including research-active academics and industry professionals
- Develop your professional network through our guest lecture series
- Sandwich year and placement opportunities
- 100% of graduates in work or further study 15 months after graduation**
*National Student Survey 2023 **Percentage of respondents from this course, HESA Graduate Outcomes 20-21
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We regularly review our courses to ensure we are offering you the best educational experience. This course is being reviewed for 2024 entry, therefore the information below is correct for students joining us in 2023/24, but there may be changes for students who wish to join us in 2024/25. These will be confirmed in the course specification made available to new applicants on this page from March 2024.
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We have now welcomed students from over 140 countries across the globe. If you are interested in studying with us you can find your country and get all the information you'll need about entry requirements and how to apply.
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(Minimum 72 from two A Levels or equivalent, excluding General Studies).
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IELTS 6.0 with no skills below 5.5, or an equivalent qualification. The University provides excellent support for any applicant who may be required to undertake additional English language courses.
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We may use selection criteria based on your personal attributes; experience and/or commitment to the area of study. This information will be derived from your personal statement and reference and will only be used if you have met the general entry requirements.
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Our contextual admissions criteria are:.
- Home postcode is in an area where few people go to University (POLAR4 quintile 1 or 2 area. This can be checked on the Office for Students website).
- Declared disability on the UCAS application form (or direct application for part time applicants).
- Over the age of 21 on the 1st of September before the course starts.
- Declared as a care experienced on the UCAS application form (or direct application for part time applicants).
Teaching & learning.
Independent study is a crucial part of learning at university and you will be required to undertake many hours of self-directed research and reading, and preparation and writing of assessments. Your course is delivered through a number of modules, which will help you to plan your time and establish a study routine. Outside of your lectures, workshops and tutorials, a range of support is available to assist with your independent study. Our subject-specific librarians will be on hand to direct you to the specialist learning and study-skill resources. You’ll also be assigned an academic advisor to give you tailored feedback and support.
Our silver status in the latest Teaching Excellence Framework, reflects our commitment to deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for our students.
Study to become a highly skilled, critically informed and dynamic graduate who can excel in your chosen field of work or study within international tourism management. Your learning will draw from the strong links between theory and practice, with carefully designed authentic assessments and student-tutor interaction at the heart of your learning experience.
The tabs below detail what and how you will study in each year of your course. The balance of assessments and overall workload will be informed by your core modules and the option modules you choose to study – the information provided is an indication of what you can expect and may be subject to change. The option modules listed are also an indication of what will be available to you. Their availability is subject to demand and you will be advised which option modules you can choose at the beginning of each year of study.
What you'll learn
Option modules may include.
This course offers the opportunity to take a ‘sandwich’ year – a year of paid employment in industry which will build your skills and experience. This is usually taken between the second and third year of your degree, typically making your course four years in total.
Students who choose the sandwich route find it helps with both their studies and getting a job after graduation. It can build your confidence, contacts, and of course your CV. Leeds Beckett advertise lots of placement opportunities and provide support in helping you find the right placement for you.
Fees & Funding hellooo
Fees & Funding
For students entering in 2024
Additional course costs
Your tuition fees cover the cost of registration, tuition, academic supervision, assessments and examinations.
The following are also included in the cost of your course:
- 24/7 Library and student IT support
- Free wifi via eduroam
- Skills workshops and resources
- Library membership, giving access to more than 500,000 printed, multimedia and digital resources
- Access to software, including five free copies of Microsoft Office 365 to install on your PC,laptop and MAC, and access to free high-end software via the Leeds Beckett remote app
- Loan of high-end media equipment to support your studies
In many cases, costs associated with your course will be included in your course fee. However, in some cases there are ‘essential’ additional costs (those that you will be required to meet in addition to your course fee), and/or ‘optional’ additional costs (costs that are not required, but that you might choose to pay). We have included those essential or optional additional costs that relate to your course, below.
- Replacement DBS Certificate (should you need a DBS certificate for your placement/projects/professional practice, and you lose your original, you will be charged for a replacement)
- Residential visits; the details and location will vary but the costs you will need to pay could include travel, accommodation and subsistence
- Membership of the Institute of Travel & Tourism (£30 for up to three years)
- Membership of the Tourism Management Institute (£20 plus VAT for a one-year student membership when studying a TMI-recognised course)
- Educational visits; the details and location will vary but the costs you will need to pay could include travel, accommodation and subsistence
- Placement locations and experiences will vary throughout the course and you will need to pay for any additional travel or dual accommodation costs and subsistence
- Study abroad option; costs will vary depending on location, accommodation and travel options
Other study-related expenses to consider: materials that you will need to complete your course such as books (whilst the library provides access to readings recommended for your modules, you may wish to purchase your own copies of some books); you can also make suggestions for books to be added to Library stock; placement costs (these may include travel expenses and living costs); student visas (international students only); printing, photocopying and stationery (you may need to pay for multiple copies of your dissertation or final project to be printed and bound); events associated with your course such as field trips; study abroad opportunities (travel costs and accommodation, visas and immunisations). Other costs could include academic conferences (travel costs) and professional-body membership (where applicable). The costs you will need to cover for graduation will include gown hire and guest tickets, and optional extras such as professional photography.
As well as your mobile phone, you will also need access to a desktop computer and/or laptop to complete assignments and access university online services such as MyBeckett, your virtual learning environment. You can book and borrow AV equipment through the media equipment service accessed online via the student hub and located in the library at each campus. Equipment includes: 360 Cameras, iPads, GoPros, MacBooks, portable data projectors, portable projection screens, flipchart stands, remote presenters, digital cameras and camcorders, SLR cameras, speakers, microphones, headphones, headsets, tripods, digital audio recorders and PC/laptops (a laptop loans service is provided on campus in the library on both campuses). Student laptops are also available from the laptop lockers located in the libraries.
This list is not exhaustive, costs are approximate and will vary depending on the choices you make during your course. Any rental, travel or living costs are also in addition to your course fees. If you choose to study via distance learning, you may not be able to access all of the facilities listed if you are not able to visit us on campus.
*Guardian University League Table 2023
of students on BA (Hons) International Tourism Management were positive about the way teaching staff explain things
National Student Survey 2023
Our School was ranked in the top 50 best schools globally in 2022 by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Academic Ranking of World Universities 2022
Moving on up
Leeds Beckett climbs 40 places in the Complete University Guide 2024
Your future in our hands
of BA (Hons) International Tourism Management graduates in work or further study 15 months after graduation*
*Percentage of respondents from this course, HESA Graduate Outcomes 20-21
The best thing about my experience so far is I get to travel all over the world and meet so many amazing people from so many different countries. I needn’t have worried about being lonely or homesick because the crew onboard are like your family, and everyone looks after each other!"
You will impress employers with your portfolio of experience, management skills and expertise. Commercially and culturally aware, you will be primed to take on a management role in a wide range of sectors, including the airline industry, with tour operators or in destination marketing. Like many of our students, you could be hired by your placement company after graduation. You could also pursue postgraduate study in a variety of related disciplines.
- Destination Manager
- Travel Consultant
- Product Manager
- Sustainable Tourism Planner
The best thing about my placement has been the opportunity to develop skills I’ll need for the future. I travelled to Antalya and Izmir to experience meeting company stakeholders. I have also improved my time and workload management, communication skills and my professional confidence. I can now apply these improved skills to my future career.
Scholarships and bursaries
We are committed to ensuring that the opportunity to experience an education here at Leeds Beckett University is open to all. If you're thinking of joining us to study for your undergraduate degree, you may be eligible for a scholarship or bursary.
Bursaries are usually awarded depending on household income, whilst scholarships are available for a number of areas, and are based on sporting or academic excellence. For more information visit our scholarships and bursaries page .
Our Graduate Promise
We have a dedicated team of people who will support you with all aspects of your career planning, from day one until 18 months after you graduate.
Getting you career ready is an integral part of your university life and this is embedded throughout your lectures and seminars. Outside of your course there is a wide range of support available to help you achieve your career goals, including:
- Getting ready to apply for jobs
- Working on your CV
- Interview skills and assessment centres
- Connecting with employers and organisations
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