The world of travel and tourism is a dynamic and challenging industry to work in and offers a wide variety of employment opportunities at both supervisory and managerial level in sectors associated with transport, tour operations and visitor attractions.
How long is the course?
This course is delivered over two years full-time and commences in September or January. Attendance is typically 9.00am – 4.30pm across three days per week, although evenings may be included.
What qualification will I achieve?
The qualification title is BTEC Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management Level 5 (QCF)
What will I study?
The world of travel and tourism is a dynamic and challenging industry to work in and offers a wide variety of employment opportunities at both supervisory and managerial level in sectors associated with transport, tour operations and visitor attractions. This course consists of 240 (Level 4 and Level 5 combined) credits and caters for students who are interested in achieving a Higher Education qualification and pursuing a career in the travel and tourism sector.
Study consists of:
Mandatory core units:
- The Travel and Tourism Sector
- Finance and Funding in the Travel and Tourism Sector
- The Developing Manager
- Research Project
- Marketing in Travel and Tourism
- Contemporary Issues in Travel and Tourism
- Sustainable Tourism Development
- Legislation in the Travel and Tourism Sector
- Special Interest Tourism
- Resort Management
- Public Relations and Promotions in Travel and Tourism
- Visitor Attraction Management
- Personal and Professional Development
- Office Solutions Development
- Work Based Experience
- Tourist Destinations
Where will I study?
You will study at University Campus Barnsley, Church Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S70 2AN.
What equipment will I need?
You will need to provide your own writing material, paper and folder. You will also need a storage device (USB) to save computerised work.
How will I be assessed?
There are no formal exams on the BTEC Higher National Diploma course. Most modules will be assessed by a mixture of coursework and end of module tests. Some practical modules are assessed on 100% coursework. Assessment methods are assignment based and may include practical projects including presentations, group activities, written reports or research projects.
What can I do next?
This qualification may enable you to progress to a top up degree in a related subject area, undertake an Apprenticeship or seek employment in the Travel and Tourism profession.
How do I apply?
Apply directly via UCAS.
How much does the course cost?
Course fees: £5,995 per year.
As a Higher Education student living in England you may be eligible for the non-means tested Tuition Fee Loan from the Government. See the Fees and Finance page for further information.
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