UCADEMICS

University Of Sunderland
Campus: City Campus , Sunderland
International Tourism and Hospitality Management with Integrated Foundation Year
4.0 Years • 100% Funding Available
  • 8.7
    Student Satisfaction
  • N/A
    Employability
  • £15,000
    Average Graduate Salary / Year

The content on the BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management course reflects our close links with employers, and our teaching emphasises the connections between theories and practice.

A distinctive feature of this course is the core module ‘Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions’, which gives you a fundamental understanding of theories relevant to successful international tourism management.

Field trips are an integral part of the course, and previous destinations have included New York, Paris, Barcelona and Prague. You’ll also go on field trips to places within the UK, and we regularly invite industry speakers to come to us in Sunderland.

Modules

  • Foundations of Business and Tourism (60 credits)
  • Practical Numeracy Skills (20 credits)
  • Foundation Project Module (20 credits)
  • Succeeding at University and Beyond (20 credits)
  • Tourism and Heritage Management (20 credits)
  • Impacts of Festivals and Events (20 credits)
  • Fundamentals of Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality (20 credits)
  • Global Tourism (20 credits)
  • Study Skills for the Hospitality Sector (20 credits)
  • Marketing and Business for the Hospitality Sector (20 credits)

Core modules

  • Current Issues in Tourism and Hospitality (20 credits)
  • Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (20 credits)
  • Consultancy for Tourism, Hospitality and Events (20 credits)
  • Research Methods for Tourism, Hospitality and Events (20 credits)


Optional modules:

  • Tourism Fieldwork 2 (20 credits)
  • Cultural Tourism, Festivals and Events (20 credits)
  • Destination Branding (20 credits)
  • Tourism, Hospitality and Events Independent Study (20 credits)
  • Planning Hospitality Environments (20 credits)
  • Exploring Human Resource Management in Hospitality Environments (20 credits)
  • International Hospitality Management (20 credits)


Optional Modules:

  • Gastronomy (20 credits)
  • Service Quality (20 credits)
  • Hospitality Management Major Project (40 credits)
  • Leadership and Management for the Hospitality Sector (20 credits)
  • Tourism Fieldwork (20 credits)
  • e-Tourism (20 credits)
  • Urban Tourism (20 credits)

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Entry Requirements for: United Kingdom

280

Overall of 280 in United Kingdom Scale .

The BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management degree reflects our close links with employers, and our teaching emphasises the connections between theories and practice. Many of our graduates go on to progress in managerial roles within the tourism and hospitality industry.

Career destinations

Upon graduation from BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management you’ll have a wealth of career options to explore. Many of our graduates go on to work in managerial roles within the tourism and hospitality industry. Job titles include Hotel Manager, Tourism Development Officer or Resort Office Manager. Employers include hotels, airlines, travel agencies, events organisers, heritage attractions, Local Authorities and other public sector bodies. Additionally, you’ll have a broad set of transferable skills that will equip you for a much wider range of graduate-level employment. Your course could also be a stepping stone to further study and research.

Field trips

The course involves visits to a range of tourism and hospitality venues and initiatives. These visits are local to the North East, national throughout the UK, and international including destinations such as Dublin, Prague, Barcelona and New York.

Paid placements

We encourage you to undertake a 48-week paid placement between your second and final year to further enhance employability. It effectively becomes the third year of a four-year course. You’ll earn an average annual salary of £14,000-£18,000 depending on your location.

Placements are an excellent opportunity to put your learning into practice and understand the context for your new knowledge. Contacts you make during placements can also be valuable for future job offers.

Do I Have To Pay?

Not if you are a National of one of the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom

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