BSc (Hons) International Tourism and Hospitality Management | UoS in London

Explore the world with this management-focused Tourism and Hospitality degree and graduate into a fast-paced, exciting industry.

Course details

With close links to employers, this course focuses on the connection between theory and practice to give you a well-rounded education with real-world applications.
  • Mode of study: 2-3 days a week
  • Intake: Intakes: October, February, May
  • Course length: 4 years
  • Course fee: £9250   per year
  • Location: London campus

UoS in London

Course overview

Plus, you’ll go on field trips, visiting regional events and tourist attractions, visit companies and get a practical understanding of the industry. In the past, we’ve gone to Barcelona, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, the World Travel Market and the Crowne Plaza, to name a few. You’ll get a full list of field visits at the start of the course.

We are a member of the Institute of Hospitality, which gives you affiliate membership status, instant credibility on your CV, access to specialist resources, event invitations and networking opportunities, as well as access to our mentoring scheme and student discounts on leading retail and leisure brands.


Entry requirements

112 points from a minimum of two A-Levels. 

You should also have:  

Three passes at GCSE grade C or above (including Mathematics and English Language) or

If you have studied for a new GCSE that awards numerical grades, you need grade 4 or above

Equivalent qualifications including Level 2 Key Skills in Communications and Application of Number


This course gives you the knowledge you need for an exciting and successful career in a fast-paced, global industry with lots of job options. With close links to major industry experts, you’ll learn using a mix of theory and practice that gives you the skills employers are looking for.



Our passionate and dedicated staff will teach you through lectures, seminars, tutorials, open and resource-based learning, and supervised project and group work.

With a focus on learning independent study skills, you’ll present your ideas to your fellow students, and work in groups to analyse the theories you’re being taught. Plus, you’ll go on residential field study visits throughout the degree.

  • Fundamentals of Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality (20 Credits)
  • Global Tourism (20 credits)
  • Impacts of Festivals and Events (20 credits)
  • Marketing and Business for the Service Sector (20 Credits)
  • Study Skills for the Service Sector (20 credits)
  • Tourism and Heritage Management (20 credits)
  • Consultancy for the Visitor Economy (20 credits)
  • Current Issues for Tourism and Hospitality (20 credits)
  • Exploring Human Resource Management for the Service Sector (20 credits)
  • Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (20 Credits)
  • Research Methods for the Service Sector (20 credits)
  • Tourism Fieldwork 2 (20 Credits)
  • Digital Technology and the Visitor Economy (20 Credits)
  • Gastronomy (20 credits)
  • International Hospitality Management (20 Credits)
  • Professional Development for the Service Sector (20 credits)
  • Service Quality (20 credits)
  • Strategic Planning for Tourism and Leisure (20 Credits)