This exciting new course follows progression from the Level 4 HNC in International Tourism Management and delves deeper into the dynamic and exciting world of travel and tourism.
You will learn about operational practice as well as the strategic development of the UK, European and international travel and tourism industries.
This course is currently subject to validation with a first intake planned for September 2024.
The course is intended for those applicants who have already obtained (or expect to achieve) a full Level 4 in this subject. Whether you are comparatively new to travel and tourism or have relevant previous experience and want to widen your horizons, this highly-regarded qualification could enhance your future career prospects.
HND modules include:
- Research Project
- Strategic Planning for Air Transport
- Tourist Resort Management
- Special Interest Tourism
- Managing and Running a Small Business
- Cruise Management
- Tourism Consumer Behaviour and Insights
Nottingham College is proud to have been awarded the Teaching Excellence Framework Bronze Award for high quality student experience and outcomes. You can read more about this on the Office for Students website.
How to apply for this course
Entry onto this course is via UCAS.
- Institution code: N30
- UCAS code: TVL2
Use the UCAS code above when applying through the UCAS website.
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Start: Monday 23rd September 2024
Fees / reductions:
The tuition fee is per year.
Various bursaries are available for some Higher Education courses.
Tuition fee: £8,250
Course code: C050393 / Q050395
Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in International Travel and Tourism Management
Applicants should possess (or expect to achieve) a HNC in International Travel and Tourism Management or an equivalent qualification in a relevant subject.
|Teaching & assessment
Assignments include; reports, essays, individual and group presentations, discussions, academic posters, displays, leaflets, recorded interviews/role plays, reflective journals and work-based projects.
Upon successful achievement of this Level 5 HND, you could go into employment or progress onto a wide range of top-up degree courses, such as a BA (Hons) or to further professional study. #
Graduates will be well-prepared for a wide range of possible careers, bringing vital transferable skills that many potential employers are looking out for.
Specialised roles in the global travel and tourism sector include: operations manager, tourism development manager, visitor attractions manager, events manager, marketing and sales manager, flight /passenger operations manager, destination manager, tourism development officer or tourism business adviser.