This degree is designed to develop a responsive business approach to the international hospitality and tourism industries. The BA (Hons) in Hospitality and Tourism Management offers a high quality management education for those students who aspire to work within the hospitality and tourism industries.
The emphasis throughout the course is on the development of a wide range of professional and managerial skills, concurrently with the development of key personal and academic skills, aiming to improve the students’ ability to understand and apply management theory to the hospitality and tourism sectors. It also adopts a multidisciplinary perspective, combining business management techniques and practice with social science theory, to encourage students to acquire a constructive and critical understanding of the global hospitality and tourism industry and its broader socio-cultural, political, economic and environmental contexts.
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The programme develops transferable skills relevant to a wide range of career opportunities in management, marketing or other relevant positions in different sectors of the tourism industry. Graduates of the course are able to pursue careers throughout the international hospitality and tourism industries.
Examples of graduate destinations include working for airlines, cruise ships, nightclubs, casinos, major hotel chains and restaurant groups, tourism development offices, theme parks, event planning offices, sport venues and major tour operators.
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LECTURER IN TOURISM AND COURSE LEADER OF BA (HONS) HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
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LECTURER IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
Lecturer in Accounting Information Systems
Associate Lecturer in General English Language
Lecturer in Hospitality and Tourism Management