BSc in Management with Tourism

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Travel has become a vital part of a modern life. People travel for work, to study or just for fun and as more can reach global destinations than ever before, skillful professionals are needed to move, accommodate and service masses.

Programme Content

This is a specialisation of the Management programme.

Tourism is a sector that is at the heart of many of the big moments in modern life such as major music or sports events, family weekends or a dream holiday on an island. We will ensure that you have the necessary skills to manage operations and businesses across a diverse range of contexts including tourism, cultural heritage, festivals and events.

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Duration of programme6 semesters
Starting dateSeptember
Tuition fee per semester€ 3,300
One-off registration fee for non-EU citizens€ 900
Degree awarded byThe University of Buckingham
Common first yearYes
Work placement availableYes
Study abroad availableYes
Admission criteriaHigh School Leaving Certificate
Language of tuitionEnglish

Career Opportunities

The skills cultivated working in tourism environments are also coveted by a broad range of businesses in the contemporary service-led economy. Here are just a few areas where with this degree you can pursue a career: Management of International Hotels, Airlines, Catering & Banqueting, Conference & Event Organisation, Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Cruise Ships, Spa & Wellness and Medical Tourism, Resort Management, Theme Parks, Destination Marketing & Development Consultancy, Ski Resorts and National Tourism Offices.

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Programme Structure

1Management and Business Context 1
1English 1
1Information and Communication Technology
1Legal Environment for Managers
1Business Ethics
1Academic Skills 1
1Decision Making Skills
2Management and Business Context 2
2English 2
2Finance for Managers
2General Orientation Option
2Management Information Systems
2Academic Skills 2
3Language and Culture 1
3General Orientation Option
3Career Development Skills
3Human Resource Management
3Principles and Practices of Tourism
4Language and Culture 2
4Organisational Behaviour
4Project Management
4Management Skills
4Quantitative Methods for Managers
4Managing Tourism Functions
5Business Policy and Strategy
5Operations Management
5Option 3
5Option 4
5Option 5
6Final Semester Option
6Academic Writing Project

You can see the full indicative curriculum here (from academic year 2016/17) >>

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