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HCUC

International Travel & Tourism Management

UCAS Code: N810

Higher National Certificate - HNC

Entry requirements


GCSE/National 4/National 5

GCSE maths and English at grade 4 (grade C) or above (or equivalent)

UCAS Tariff

48-64

From a full Level 3 qualification such as City & Guilds, BTEC, A Level or an Access course.

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2021

This course is designed for individuals who are interested (and passionate!) in developing a successful career in the travel and tourism industry. Typical job roles related to the course are within airlines, hotels, travel agencies and tour operators as well as the growing cruise, events and hospitality sectors. Individuals applying for the course should ideally be interested in progressing into a supervisory or management role in the future. Individuals should enjoy independent research as well as small class seminars.

Modules

Course Content
For the Level 4 Higher National Certificate the units are as follows:

The Contemporary Travel and Tourism IndustryManaging the Customer Experience
Leadership and Management for Service Industries (Pearson-Set)
Visitor Attractions Management
Global Tourism Destinations
Professional Identity and Practice
The Travel and Tourism Business Toolkit
Marketing Essentials for Travel and Tourism

Study Methods
Usual delivery methods include lectures, seminars, classroom discussions, case studies, group work, presentations, guest speakers and educational visits. These will vary according to the units and their requirements however approximately 97% of the course is classroom based with the remaining 3% being residential study visits.

Assessment methods

All units will be individually graded as ‘pass’, ‘merit’ or ‘distinction’. To achieve a certain grade for the unit you must meet the assessment criteria set out in the specification. You will be informed of all assessment criteria at the beginning of each new unit via the assignment brief. Some units do require the completion of timed assessment activities which are done in exam conditions but there are a range of assessments for each unit which will be explained at the start of each unit. The course is 100% coursework with typical evidence including written reports and essays which will be submitted throughout the year.

Tuition fees

Select where you currently live to see what you'll pay:

Channel Islands
£5,615
per year
England
£5,615
per year
International
£7,021
per year
Northern Ireland
£5,615
per year
Scotland
£5,615
per year
Wales
£5,615
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Uxbridge Campus

Department:

Travel and Tourism

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