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HNC/HND

International Travel & Tourism Management

Travel & Tourism

Key Facts

Level:
Level 4 & 5
Location:
Wakefield City Campus, ASIC Building
Start Date:
September, 2021
Duration:
2 Years
Mode of Study:
Full-time
Awarding Body:
UCAS code:
NN88
Institution Code:
W08

Apply via UCAS

Overview

Develop the knowledge and practical skills needed to embark upon a career in the travel and tourism sector.

If you are looking at a career in travel and tourism then this course will help you further develop your knowledge and understanding of the sector and support you in pursuing a career within the Travel and Tourism sector.

Course Features
  • TEF Silver Award

Course Structure

HNC Level 4

The HNC course consists of 120 credits at Level 4 which includes the following:

Mandatory units:

  • Travel and Tourism business Toolkit 
  • Contemporary Issues in Travel and Tourism
  • Professional practice
  • Tour Operations Management 
  • Managing Conference and Events
  • Travel and Tourism Marketing

HND Level 5

To achieve the Level 5 HND qualification you must:

  • Achieve at least 240 credits at or above the level of the Qualification
  • Achieve a minimum of 125 credits at Level 5 or above.

Mandatory units:

  • Research Project
  • Tourism consumer behaviour and insight

Specialist units may include:

  • Visitor Attraction Management
  • Adventure Tourism
  • Special Interest Tourism
  • Tourism Resort Management
  • Global Events
  • Destination Marketing 
  • Cruise Management

The grade achieved in units from an appropriate HNC may contribute to an HND grade. If a learner moves from HNC to HND, credits at Level 5 or above from both the HNC and HND can contribute to the best 75 credits of the overall HND grade.

Note that for HND learners, level 4 units do not count towards the
qualification grade.

Assessment methods are assignment based and may include practical projects including presentations, group activities, written reports or research projects.

 

 

 

Entry Requirements

48 UCAS points and a full level 4 qualification in a travel related subject and a satisfactory interview.

48

Points Required

If you’re applying via UCAS, find out more about how your qualifications fit into the UCAS tariff.

Fees & Funding

Tuition Fee: £6,750 per year.

Course Costs Included in the fees

 

 

 

Course Costs Not Included in the Fees

 

 

 

Bursaries and scholarships

 

 

The University Centre at Wakefield College has a strong commitment to widening access to higher education, and we have a range of bursaries and scholarships to support eligible students starting a higher education course at the University Centre. For more information please click here.

Other Financial Support

 

 

Through Student Finance England You may be able to borrow money to help pay for university or college tuition fees and to help with living costs. For more information please click here.

Careers

A travel and tourism course offers vocational training and helps you develop strong business management and communication skills, broadening your career prospects

Job Options

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don’t restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.

This course is recognised as a qualification in its own right, Following this course you can progress on to University to undertake a Travel and Tourism related Honours Degree or even go into the Travel and Tourism industry. This qualification may enable you to claim accredited prior learning against an undergraduate qualification dependent on the institution’s entry policy and the programme that you are considering.

 

 

 


HNC/HND International Travel & Tourism Management