This exciting multi-accredited course has been designed to equip you with a range of skills, knowledge and an understanding of hospitality businesses and organisations, their management, and the dynamic environment in which they operate.
104 - 120 UCAS tariff points including a minimum of 2 A-levels or equivalent. BTEC Extended Diploma: DMM.
International entry requirements:
If English is not your first language, you will need IELTS (Academic) 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component or equivalent.
We are one of the top-ranking universities in the world for the study of tourism and hospitality. 95% of our graduates are either working or studying fifteen months after graduating
Taught by hospitality specialists who are actively involved in research that informs the future of the industry, as well as notable experts during our regular guest lectures
Pick specialist modules to bring your education in line with your own passions, interests and, ultimately, career aspirations
Experience working for 30 weeks in a real-world environment, at home or abroad, ensuring you build a network of professional contacts and enhance your employability
You can study abroad at one of our many partner institutions across the world
Excellent graduate employment with 100% of graduates employed or in further study within fifteen months of graduating.
The Tourism & Hospitality Industries
Marketing for Tourism & Hospitality
Financial Reporting for Hospitality
Managing People in Tourism & Hospitality
Research Methods for Tourism & Hospitality
Consumer Experience & Behaviour
Hospitality Resources & Revenue Management
Hospitality Operations Management
You’ll complete a (minimum) 30-week supervised work placement in the UK or overseas which gives you the opportunity to put theory into practice in a business environment. You’ll gain practical experience that could help you secure a management-level position immediately after graduating.
There are a variety of placement opportunities, ranging from high-street catering, hotels and licensed retail outlets to leisure centres, theme parks and large scale event management.
Your final year pulls together what you learned from years 1 and 2 and your placement, and allows you to fully appreciate micro and macro management. There’s a focus on student-centred learning. There will be much less group work at this stage, with your individual performance becoming more important as you take on a greater level of responsibility.
Dissertation OR Consultancy Project
Strategy & Leadership in Hospitality
Issues & Innovations in Hospitality
Option units (choose two)
Small Business Management
Food, Culture & Travel
Industry Research Project
International Event Management
International Human Resource Management in Hospitality & Tourism
Managing Crises & Disasters
Tourism & Hospitality Design
Visitor Attractions Management
Conference and Exhibition Organiser
Sales and Marketing Administrator
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