Tourism has evolved into a global phenomenon – one of the most important economic sectors and social activities of our time. Prior to the pandemic, it contributed directly to 10.4% of the world’s GDP (US$9.2 trillion) (World Travel & Tourism Council, 2019). It is expected that the worldwide tourism revenue will reach over 900 million by 2025, compared to 300 million in 2020 (Statista Mobility Market Outlook, 2021).
The BSc (Hons) International Tourism, Hospitality and Events programme will help you develop key skills for responsible tourism management while exploring contemporary issues faced by the industry.
Northumbria University in partnership with QA.
The BSc (Hons) International Tourism, Hospitality and Events is for those who aspire to enter the exciting world of international tourism. Through an academically engaging, industry-relevant and stimulating range of modules, you will develop an understanding of the changing nature of this global industry.
The programme makes use of appropriate technologies to support and enhance your learning experience. These technologies include an online learning platform that provides access and supporting learning materials, where appropriate lecture capture is used to support and review your learning. Additional materials include an online reading list and guidance and direction for your independent learning.
|Academic entry criteria||English language requirements|
|International Year One (Level 4)*||Good High School Grades or equivalent||IELTS 5.5 with no element less than 5.5|
|Year Two (Level 5)||Level 4 qualification with a pass grade in a business and management-related field||IELTS 6.0 with no element less than 5.5 (or approved equivalent)|
|Year Three (Level 6)||BTEC HND/Foundation Degree or equivalent in a related subject. If you have taken a BTEC HND programme, we will usually expect you to have performed to an average of Merit standard. If you have taken a Foundation Degree, we will be looking for performance to Commendation level, or 60% average**|
After graduating, you will be able to pursue a career within the tourism and hospitality and events industry, either in the UK or worldwide. Typical roles include:
All units are core and are worth 20 credits unless specified.