3 years full-time or up to 6 years part-time
All courses fees for 2019/2020 will be published at a later date.
King’s Lynn Campus
72 UCAS tariff points
This course will give you the opportunity to study the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental significance of tourism and give you the opportunity to undertake work placements in a variety of local businesses to develop an understanding of key theoretical concepts. It will also provide a coherent and sound foundation in tourism and business disciplines and will enable graduates to choose from a wide range of career options.
The region provides clear employment opportunities for graduates as well as affording a diverse backdrop for study to take place, with the potential for local field visits and work experience. Examples of this include work placements at Knights Hill Hotel, Trues Yard Museum and Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary. A number of travel agents and B&B establishments also provide work opportunities. Field visits include, Welney Wetland Centre, Guinness Brewery in Ireland and Emirates Aviation Experience, visits to London attractions and others around the UK and Europe.
Our tutors draw on their experience and contacts within the industry to provide the commercial and academic learning employers expect. In an ever-increasing competitive environment, it is the unique, real world learning that will make you stand out to employers.
To be confirmed
- Interview required
- All applicants must have GCSE English and maths at grade C (4 points) or above (or equivalent)
- 72 UCAS tariff points from a minimum of 2 A-levels or equivalent level 3 qualification, e.g. Extended Diploma (MMP) or Access to Computing course (30 level 3 credits at merit grade are required)
- Students without the required entry requirements are considered depending on relevant experience and aptitude
Typical earnings for careers related to this degree in the local area: