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Business, Tourism & Management

HND in International Tourism & Event Management

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This programme will suit students wishing to develop a broad range of tourism, events and business skills. It will provide you with the necessary knowledge and insights to develop an understanding of managing tourism and events organisations more effectively.

Modules in year one include: Applied Personal and Professional Development, Hospitality and Guest Services, Marketing Essentials, Management and Organisational Behaviour, Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism and Events and Operations Management for Leisure, Events, Tourism and Sport. Modules in year two include: Managing Festivals, Conventions and Events, Sustainable Tourism, Culture, Heritage and Arts Management, International Travel Operations, Urban Tourism and Personnel Resourcing and Development. 

Entry Requirements

40 UCAS tariff points from A Levels or Level 3 equivalent qualifications. Five GCSEs at Grade C or above, including English and Maths.

UCAS tariff tables can be found here: https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/getting-started/entry-requirements/tariff/tariff-tables

The College welcomes applications from motivated applicants from all backgrounds. We recognise that student potential is not always demonstrated within formal academic qualifications and welcome applications from individuals from backgrounds that are under-represented within higher education. 

Career Prospects

The recognised progression route is the BA (Hons) in International Tourism and Events Management.

Graduates have employment prospects in a wide range of tourism and events disciplines, for example: conferencing and events management, tourism and planning consultancy, tour operations, the airline industry, marketing and consultancy.

Study Mode

Full-time

Campus

Neath

Course Length

2 years

Course Time

Days

Partnership

University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Assessment

You will usually have to complete portfolios, presentations and written assignments as you progress, and normally sit exams at the end of each academic year.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a method of assessment that considers whether an individual can demonstrate that they can meet the assessment requirements for a unit through knowledge, understanding or skills that they already possess and do not need to develop through a course of learning. If individuals can produce relevant evidence, that fully meets learning outcome requirements then RPL can be given for their existing knowledge, understanding or skills.

Additional Notes

The tuition fee for 2015 entry was 9000. Please visit our fees page for fee information for 2016 entry. This programme usually benefits from international study visits. These incur an additional cost. This has been between 300-600 for previous visits. UCAS Code: O98N

Contact Details

Janet Beale 01639 648086 janet.beale@nptcgroup.ac.uk