This course is designed to provide and equip you with subject knowledge, leadership and management, industrial experience and practical skills for the global Hospitality, Travel and Tourism industry. You will be provided with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in Events, Marketing & Entrepreneurship and HR. Typically weekly contact hours are scheduled for a minimum of 17 hours per week per semester. The Work Based Learning unit provides students with an opportunity to undertake a structured placement within the hospitality, travel and tourism industry this will be undertaken between years 1 and 2. This course is delivered by subject specialists and/or industry lectures who have over 10 years experience in teaching and learning or industry.
Full-time fees are £2,500 per year. Fees are subject to change. For up-to-date fee information, see www.src.ac.uk
FEES ASSOCIATED WITH COURSE
Field Trips -It is highly recommended that you attend and participate on approximately 3 field trips throughout the duration of the programme to enhance your learning experience and to provide you with an insight to progression opportunities of employment and Higher Education. Each trip may incur a cost of £10.00 for travel which you will be expected to pay 3 weeks prior to the trip taking place.
Applicants must satisfy the University of Ulster’s general entry requirements as set out in the prospectus
A minimum of 64-72 UCAS tariff points
GCSE English Grade C AND GCSE Mathematics Grade C or equivalent
APEL may be used in certain circumstances
Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism
Food & Beverage Service Operations
Inbound & Domestic Tourism
Managing Financial Performance
Global Travel Destinations
Employability Skills (online)
Work Based Learning (up to 302 hrs)
Human Resource Management
Marketing & Entrepreneurship
Food & Beverage Management
Global Tourism Management
2 years full-time
You will be assessed on a regular basis throughout the programme using a range of appropriate assessment methods such as written or digital coursework, case studies practical’s, project based learning and presentations. .
ACCREDITED BYThis course is accredited by Ulster University
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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On successful completion of this course you may progress to senior roles within the Hospitality Sector for example, Food and Beverage Manager, Coffee Shop Manager, Restaurant Manager, Events Manager, Conference and Banqueting Manager, Events Project Manager, Market Manager, Sales and Marketing Manager, Duty Manager, Assistant Hospitality Manager. BSc Hons in International Hotel and Tourism Management at Ulster University or other Universities
HOW TO APPLY
For full-time courses, applications open January 2020. For part-time course please call 0300 123 1223 or call into your local campus.