Duration:3 Years - This course is taught over 2-3 days per week
Suitable for:Adults, International Students
About The Course
Course code: N300 - Institution code: W52
What Will I Study?
Year 1 (Level 4)
Students are required to study six mandatory 20-credit modules in Year 1:
Study Skills & Personal Development
Business Environment and the Law
Introduction to Human Resources
Introduction to Finance
Tourism and Events Operations (specialist module)
Year 2 (Level 5)
Students are required to study six 20-credit modules in Year 2 (4 mandatory modules and 2 modules chosen from a range of options):
Management in Organisations
Developing Professional Practice
Event Management and Event Design
Optional modules of which 2 will be chosen:
Small Business Management
Gastronomy and Wine
Visitor Attraction Management
Visual Merchandising and Psychology
Year 3 (Level 6)
Students are required to undertake five modules (four 20-credit mandatory modules and one 40-credit module from a choice of two optional modules):
Human Resources & Organisational Development
Financial & Revenue Management
Strategic Business Management
One of the following optional 40-credit modules:
Compulsory modules help students to build academic competence by exploring underpinning theories while developing practical and transferable skills. Optional modules encourage more self-managed learning skills. Module availability may be subject to change. The timetable will be available in August 2019.
What Will I Need?
You will need:
An appropriate full Level 3 qualification, such as Advanced GNVQ/AVCE, NVQ, National Diplomas, Baccalaureate or Irish Leaving Certificate with passes in five subjects at higher level, passes in Open University courses or a Merit profile for a recognised Access course
Supporting passes at GCSE including English and Maths at grade 5 (grade C) or above
International students will require equivalent qualifications to those specified above, including an IELTS score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each area, or equivalent English qualification. The equivalence of qualifications from outside the UK will be determined according to NARIC guidance.
How Will I Be Assessed?
Assessment methods may include:
Academic posters, displays, leaflets
Dissertation or work-based consultancy project
What Will It Cost?
£5,990 per year
£7,990 per year (International Students)
In addition to the annual tuition fees, there may be additional costs associated with your programme, including:
Approximately £50 per student for a subsidised European field trip (3 days/2 nights) in years 1 and 2. You will be liable for your own daily living expenses including food and beverages, and travel expenses to and from the departure and arrival point
Ad hoc day trips/excursions e.g. visits to employers or exhibitions. You may incur additional travel costs and on some occasions, entrance fees