- Travel Service (60)
- Travel Office Procedures (50)
- Travel Destinations (50)
- Tourism Communication (50)
The programme reflects how varied and dynamic the tourism sector really is, and covers management and business aspects, as well as topics such as social integration, innovation and sustainability.Academic lectures are combined with guest lectures from industry professionals, and there is the opportunity to gain relevant work experience in a Professional Training placement year.
By coursework in lectures, torials, and includes private study on your own or in small study groups. You will also write essays and assignments and unit examination that draw on your understanding of a particular area.
There is great demand for Tourism Management graduates in all related service sector industries.