Higher National Diploma Travel & Tourism
in Travel and Tourism Management aims
to provide students with the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding
for entry into the industry at supervisory or management level.
The course content is designed to offer students a range of specialised
studies directly relevant to Travel and Tourism. They also have the
opportunity to acquire transferable skills which are applicable to
general management positions
and other business sectors, in the UK or overseas.
subjects covered include:
and Exhibition Management
in Developing Countries
and Tourism Environment
are assessed continuously through case studies, assignments,
time-constrained assessments, work-based projects and written
association with De Montfort University the College offers four Higher
National Diplomas (HNDs). These Are listed in the UCAS handbook under
the University's ''table of associate and linked colleges and
campuses" (see DEM D26, Campus code Z). An additional HND in Travel
and Tourism is offered through a consortium arrangement.
business and Finance UCAS Course Code - 105G
Computing UCAS Course Code - 421N
Health and Care UCAS Course Code - 006B
Sport UCAS Course Code - 045L
Travel and Tourism Contact Student Services for UCAS Code
apply for HND courses applicant should normally meet one of the
Possess an appropriate BTEC National Certificate, National Diploma,
Advanced GNVQ or equivalent qualification.
Have studied two subjects to A level with a pass in at least one
subject and four passes at GCSE level (grade 'C' or above),
preferably including English and Maths.
The College also welcomes applications for HND programmes from mature
students (candidates aged 21 and over at commencement of their course)
who are unable to meet normal entry requirements but who have relevant
Applications for these courses should normally be made through UCAS.
you require assistance please contact the Head of Student Services on
who successfully complete the course can choose to go straight into
the industry, at supervisory
or management level, in a range of careers. Possible
areas of work include travel operations management, tour operations,
public sector tourism or tourism development. Former students have
found work in both the UK and overseas with airlines, travel agencies,
organisers and tourist attractions. Students can also continue
studying at a higher level, by transferring into the second or third
year of a related degree course.
course is subject to validation)