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Grwp Llandrillo Menai

Tourism Management (Top-Up)

UCAS Code: NN7W

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

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1.0year

Full-time | 2021

Subject

Tourism management

If you have already completed a Foundation Degree in Childhood and Learning Support Studies (or equivalent), this course allows you to progress onto Level 6 and gain a full honours degree.

Are you interested in working in the diverse travel and tourism industry? Would you like to start a successful management career? This course gives you the opportunity to gain a full, academic degree whilst developing your managerial skills and your knowledge of travel and tourism.

This BA (Hons) Top-Up degree gives you an in-depth understanding of travel and tourism, preparing you for a career in this world-wide sector. You will get an insight into the emergence of travel and tourism as a major phenomenon, and you will be able to understand continuing developments and expansions.

Importantly, you will develop the business knowledge and management skills necessary for a successful career, and will learn how to apply them directly to the travel and tourism industry. Overall, the course prepares you for a management career in this sector, providing you with an academic expertise that is practical and applied.

The course includes visits by guest speakers who are invited on some modules to share their knowledge and experience. You will be able to benefit from the specialist expertise of these guest speakers and you will also get an idea of what opportunities exist in the travel and tourism sector. There are a number of outside visits arranged as part of the course. These can include both day visits and residential trips which enable you to have real-life experience of the industry.

The level 6 BA (Hons) in Tourism Management, continues to build on skills developed during level 4 and 5 foundation degree. It is designed to develop student knowledge and skills in tourism management practice.

The broad curriculum from foundation degree to the BA (Hons) degree covers all the main business disciplines and focuses on contemporary issues. The level 6 course will give you the appropriate opportunity to continue to develop skills whilst applying these to resolve various problems encountered by businesses, including skills of analysis and interpretation which will be useful in subsequent career or future study. On completion of the course students have the ability to apply specific tools to a wide range of scenarios and problems.

Modules

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For every 10 credits, students should engage with around 100 notional hours of learning. This will be approximately 30% direct learning contact, 70% independent student learning.

The course consists of the following modules:

Level 6

Dissertation (40 credits, compulsory)

In the dissertation module students will research a topic that interests them. After proposing a title and conducting a literature review for the research proposal, students will put together a dissertation/research project. (Research Proposal 10%, Dissertation 90%)

Strategic Management (20 credits, compulsory)

This module aims to develop an appreciation of the 21st century internal and external environmental issues that affect strategic decision making within organisations. It will explore and develop evaluative skills in the use of frameworks as a tool for strategic decision making within business environments. (Exam 50%, Essay 50%)

Ethics in Events, Hospitality and Tourism Industry (20 credits, compulsory)

The ethics module aims to investigate and evaluate the principles and theories of ethics within events, tourism and hospitality contexts. Theories will be discussed and appraised in order to establish the value of their existence in today’s events, tourism and hospitality climates while both global and local influences will also be discussed in order to recognise the involvement of the various stakeholders within these contexts. (Essay 50%, Seminar/Research paper 30%, Presentation 20%)

Contemporary Issues in Hospitality and Tourism (20 credits, compulsory)

This module critically examines internal and external challenges facing hospitality and tourism organisations in contemporary contexts. The significance and potential impact of contemporary trends and issues in the sector will be critically analysed and evaluated and solutions that aim to effectively manage potential impacts will be discussed alongside the justification for these solutions within an organisational context. (Essay 40%, Case Study 60%)

Digital Marketing in the International Environment (20 credits, compulsory)

The module aims to evaluate the constantly changing dynamics of digital marketing within the international tourism industry. It takes into consideration the importance of adapting marketing strategies within the culture of target audiences in a sensitive way. A conceptual analysis will ascertain the importance of cultural influences especially when analysing intangible service products. Cultural diversity is an important element of the tourism industry and examines how organisations and businesses adapt their business and marketing environment accordingly. (Report 50%, Presentation 50%)

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£8,300
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£8,300
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International
£8,300
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Northern Ireland
£8,300
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Scotland
£8,300
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Wales
£8,300
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Course location:

Coleg Llandrillo - Rhos on Sea

Department:

Management and Business

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