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BA (Hons) Tourism & Hospitality Management (Online)

Course Duration: Full-time 3 years or Part-time 5 years

Intakes: September | January | May

 

Mode of Study: Online

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BA (Hons) Tourism and Hospitality Management

The BA (Hons) in Tourism and Hospitality Management aims to develop learners’ management knowledge and skills within the tourism and hospitality industry. Learners will critically evaluate contemporary knowledge and theories and use these to propose solutions to complex management problems. Successful completion of the qualification will equip learners with the specialist skills and knowledge they need to plan and manage their work areas, to make effective decisions, and to adapt effectively to the needs of a range of tourism and hospitality organisations.

Why Choose this Program?

  • Graduates will receive a full Bachelors Degree awarded by the University of Chichester, in the United Kingdom plus two accredited business diplomas from OTHM. 

  • The final certificate is awarded by a public British university and is accredited by Ofqual, the UK non-ministerial government department that regulates qualifications, exams and tests in England, so it is recognised globally. 

  • The curriculum provided is a combination of academic content and professional techniques to help learners gain the skills required for labour market needs.

  • For most universities in the UK, students are required to have a high IELTS score and attend a formal interview. However we can accept a variety of evidence for English proficiency. If you do not have evidence, we can provide a language test of our own. 

  • Our program maintains the same academic quality and standard of other British universities yet costs significantly less.

  • Students have the opportunity to finish early or take a break and return to their studies later as they will achieve a diploma after every year of study. This opens up opportunities for travel and work in between studying.

  • The course is delivered online with the support of British teachers and high quality materials. There is no need to travel. However if students would like to visit the UK for study, we can arrange intensive classes on a short-term study visa.  

  • The schedule and payment plan are flexible, allowing students to explore other opportunities such as work or travel. 

  • Up to £2000 scholarships available for the first two years of study.

  • Extra hours of teaching are available for those who require it.

Awarding Body and Accreditation


Our program is delivered in partnership with OTHM and the London Graduate School. The final Bachelors Degree certificate is awarded by the University of Chichester. OTHM is a British awarding organization who offer a range of diplomas which lead to degree top-up programs. You can find out more information about our affiliation here. The London Graduate School provides flexible UK degree and masters top-up programmes all of which are awarded by University of Chichester under academic partnership. You can find out more information about their affiliation at here. The University of Chichester is a public university located in West Sussex, England. You can find out more information about them and their relationship with the London Graduate School at here. You can find information about their ranking for 2021 here.




Graduation and Certificates


After year one students will achieve a Level 4 Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management awarded by OTHM (similar to below). After year two students will achieve a Level 5 Diploma in Tourism & Hospitality Management awarded by OTHM (similar to below). After year three students will achieve a BA (Hons) in Tourism & Hospitality Management awarded by the University of Chichester (similar to below).




Where This Degree Can Take You


Careers The are numerous jobs in the hospitality and tourism sectors that relate directly to your degree:

  • Hotel manager
  • Restaurant manager
  • Catering manager
  • Chef
  • Event manager
  • Public house manager
  • Accommodation manager
  • Travel agency manager
  • Holiday representative
  • Tour manager
  • Tourism officer
  • Tourist information centre manager




Academic Schedule 2021/2022


FULL TIME - Four subjects per quarter, each quarter is 40 UK credits / 6 US credits PART TIME - Two subjects per quarter, each quarter is 20 UK credits / 3 US credits Year One Autumn Quarter 1- Tourism and Hospitality Business Management 1 2- Tourism and Hospitality Business Management 2 3- Services Marketing and Customer Service 1 4- Services Marketing and Customer Service 2 Winter Quarter 5- Accounting and Finance 1 6- Accounting and Finance 2 7- Academic and Professional Development 1 8- Academic and Professional Development 2 Spring Quarter 9- Events Management 1 10- Events Management 2 11- Development of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry 1 12- Development of the Tourism and Hospitality Industry 2 Year Two Autumn Quarter 1- Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality 1 2- Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hospitality 2 3- Marketing Management 1 4 - Marketing Management 2 Winter Quarter 5- Customer Relations Management 1 6- Customer Relations Management 2 7- Operations Management 1 8- Operations Management 2 Spring Quarter 9- Finance Management 1 10- Finance Management 2 11- Human Resource Management 1 12- Human Resource Management 2 PART TIME (Years One and Two) For part time study, students will take one module per quarter. Year Three - delivered by the London Graduate School




Course Fees


The course fees are £7,950 per year. Installment plans are available for the first two years. The third year must be paid in full before the start of the quarter. Years One and Two Payment Plan One Pay in full and receive 10% discount Payment Plan Two Pay in two installments and receive 7% discount Payment Plan Three Pay in three installments and receive 5% discount Payment Plan Four Pay over 12 monthly installments (24 monthly installments available for part-time students). Year Three One installment only




Scholarships


Eton University provides a variety of scholarships for this program. To find out if you are eligible please visit our scholarships page and complete the application form.




Eligibility


Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years old at the start of the course and have an English level equivalent to CEFR B2, Pearson Academic 51 or IELTS 5.5. If you are unsure of your current level, please contact for further options.




Assessment


Each quarter contains between 4-6 tasks which could consist of; presentations, essays, case studies, reports. The word count per quarter is between 4500-6500. Students will download and submit their assessment through our online learning platform




Tuition and Course Materials


All our programs follow a Hybrid Learning model. This means for every quarter, you'll take part in 8 one-to-one, or small group sessions with an expert tutor from the UK. Each session lasts 45 minutes during which you will delve into the course materials and take part in interesting discussions relating to your course topics. You’ll be able to ask questions, get access to additional resources and gain a deeper understanding of the topics. After the class has finished, you’ll be able to access all the materials including a recording of the session.​ The hours are highly flexible and are scheduled around your availability. Alongside this, you'll also be given access to a range of textbooks, presentations, case studies, guides and other resources through our learning management system. For those who would like extra tuition, we have virtual and classroom-based packages avilable starting from £400 for 10 hours. Find out more about these packages here.