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Start Date2 Sept 2024
Duration2 years full time / 2.5 years part time
Course: Level 5 Foundation Degree Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management with Specialisms (Hospitality or Tourism or Events)Campus: Strand RoadType: Full TimeStart Date: 02/09/2024Fees:
- Site location Strand Road
- A wide range of modules will be studied in the subject areas of hospitality, tourism & events management.
- Work Based Learning
- Depending on specialist pathway (Hospitality or Tourism - 3 additional specialist subject modules)
UK Requirements48 UCAS Tariff points + GCSE English Grade C or equivalent (eg. Essential Skills Level 2 Literacy). Access – 50% (which includes Level 2 Communications and Mathematics). Applicants who do not meet the formal entry requirements may be eligible to apply through APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning). For details, visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/apply. Attendance at an information session is required
ROI Requirements48 UCAS Points plus OLC (Grade 04 or above) in English; Access – 50% (which includes Level 2 Communications and Mathematics). Applicants who do not meet the formal entry requirements may be eligible to apply through APEL (Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning). For details, visit: www.nwrc.ac.uk/apply. Attendance at an information session is required
Placement is a compulsory part of the programme and this can be undertaken at home or abroad.
Field Trips - £40
Kits - £40
Other - Optional International Residential, approximately £400 - £500. Additional qualifications to enhance skills for employment are included in the course and fees associated with these are £80.
Further StudyOn successful completion you may have the opportunity to progress to a range of other HE Institutions or Universities within the UK or Ireland.
Career ProspectsYou can also progress into a number of career pathways within the sectors of Hospitality, Tourism, Travel and Events.
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