Aim of the Programme
The Travel & Tourism Management programme aims to introduce students to the Travel & Tourism industry. More specifically, the aim of the programme is to serve the needs of students aiming to gain a thorough overview of how the Travel & Tourism industry and the various segments affecting it operate and interact, and how external forces moderate and influence the industry and its activities.
The programme also aims to demonstrate the impact of Travel & Tourism on a country’s economy, culture and environment. Students will be able to choose and apply all appropriate methods in order to satisfy the travellers’ needs but also understand and create numerous attractions which will motivate individuals to travel. The programme aims to assist students in identifying, analysing and evaluating the resources that affect the individual’s decision to travelling.
Students are also taught in depth about advanced fares calculations and ticketing, and the Amadeus Computer Reservations System.
Intended learning outcomes:
On completing this programme students will be able to:
Language of instruction: English.
Evidence of knowledge of English
Candidates whose native language is not English will be required to produce evidence of proficiency in written and spoken English, such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT) with a score of 46-59, the IELTS with a minimum score of 5.5, the GCE O.L or I.G.C.S.E in English language with a passing grade of at least “C”, or any other equivalent internationally recognized examination.
In case evidence of any of the aforementioned qualifications is not provided, the candidate will be expected to pass the College’s English Language Test, (CELT). The College is using the internationally recognized Oxford placement test. If candidates do not succeed in this test they will be classified according to their score in one of the levels of Intensive English Courses, as indicated below, and they will be automatically registered in the Foundation Programme. This can only occur if Students satisfy all other admission requirements.
|BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS||BUS 102||6|
|ICT I||CSC 101||6|
|ACCOUNTING I||ACC 101||6|
|INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS||ECO 101||6|
|BUSINESS MATHS||MAT 102||6|
|TRAVEL & TOURISM I||TOU 111||6|
|TRAVEL GEOGRAPHY I||TOU 113||6|
|TRAVEL AGENCY OPERATIONS||TOU 114||6|
|TRAVEL & TOURISM II||TOU 121||6|
|TRAVEL GEOGRAPHY II||TOU 123||6|
|FARES & TICKETING I||TOU 112||6|
|FARES & TICKETING II||TOU 122||6|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING||MKT 121||6|
|TOUR OPERATIONS||TOU 124||6|
|COMPUTER RESERVATION SYSTEM||TOU 211||6|
|SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT||TOU 221||6|
|DESTINATIONS, ATTRACTIONS & TOURISM||TOU 214||6|
|EVENT MANAGEMENT||TOU 210||6|
|LEISURE & RECREATION MGT||TOU 212||6|
|HOSPITALITY LAW||HLA 321||6|
|CULTURAL TOURISM||TOU 209||6|
|INDUSTRIAL PLACEMENT||IND TOU||6|