BA (Hons) International Tourism Management

The BA (Hons) International Tourism Management aims to develop students understanding and skills to degree level. Emphasis is on the development of tourism management skills in both group and individual situations. The modules are designed to achieve an all-round understanding of tourism issues and to develop students’ problem solving skills.


Course Objectives

This programme has been designed to meet the following aims:

  1. Have a comprehensive understanding of their discipline and be able to provide discipline based solutions relevant to businesses, professional and public policy communities;
  2. Be critical and creative scholars who produce innovative solutions to problems, apply research skills to business challenges and communicate effectively and perceptively;
  3. Possess a range of skills and techniques,personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in working life.

Course Structure

1 Travel and Tourism Operations
2 Travel Geography
3 Finance in tourism and hospitality
4 Customer Service Management in tourism and hospitality
5 Destination Analysis
6 Travel and Tourism supervision
7 Global Tourism and hospitality
1 Understanding funding and finance in tourism and hospitality
2 Human Resource Management in tourism
3 Tour Operations Management
4 Customer Relationship Management in the tourism and hospitality industry
5 Strategic Marketing in the tourism and hospitality industry
6 Contemporary Issues in the tourism and hospitality industry
7 Sustainable tourism destination and development
1 Special Interest Tourism
2 Tourism Management Strategy
3 Tourism Consultancy Ventures
4 International Tourism, Globalisation and Development
5 Tourism Employment Strategy
6 Individual Project

Entry Requirements

HSC or Equivalent

Holder of a Diploma Tourism Management or equivalent may join the final year degree

Awarding Body

Leeds Beckett University (UK)

Study Mode

Full Time / Part Time


3 Years