Level 7 Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management
The QUALIFI Level 7 Postgraduate Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management is made up of 4 modules and 120 credits with written assignments.
It is conceived that this program will support both scholarly and professional development of the learner so that the learners push ahead to acknowledge their own potential as well as that of the organisation's. Upon the timely completion of this course the student can join a university partner to complete a dissertation to then receive a complete Master’s Degree at UK University in addition to the advancement in their career path. A few of the career options available for them include the positions such as Resort Manager, Restaurant Manager, Event Manager, Wedding Coordinator, Cabin Crew, Tour Manager and Tourism Officer.
This programme also includes approximately 40 guided learning hours per module. All modules have an additional 30-50 learning hours of optional materials that comprise of recommended exercises, recommended readings, Internet resources, and self-testing exercises. You will also have access to 24/7 support, tutoring, and a variety of other support mechanisms.
- To understand and apply the principles of management in a business environment.
- To improve the employability of learners by allowing them to explore the relationship between management theories and their practical application in the business world.
- Analyse problem solving techniques specific to business and industry.
- Select, collate, review and analyse information form a wide range of sources.
- Work independently and as part of a team.
- Manage one’s own personal development and growth.
Marketing Approaches in Hospitality and Tourism
This unit aims to consider the competitive business environment which has seen an alteration from traditional marketing to more diverse approaches. The unit explores learners’ knowledge in understanding the current market, importance of marketing to the industry, knowledge in developing marketing, branding and public relations strategies that advances the rivalry position to the organisation.
Strategic Planning Facets in Hospitality and Tourism
This unit aims for learners to gain knowledge about strategic business planning in the hospitality and tourism sector. The learners will be able to develop strategic business plans and apply them to organisations selected. Learners will gain knowledge in identifying and critically evaluating theories of business strategy. The unit also assists learners in developing skills to analyse strategic fit to develop business strategies. Learners will also gain understanding in the concept of business ethics.
Tourism Policy in International Context and Development
This unit helps learners to show critical understanding of principles of tourism policy and how it connects with the issues of development. Learners will identify and analyse the theories and concepts with regards to public policy, tourism management and international development and apply it in the context of tourism. The unit also supports learners to apply development indicators and to create plans for tourism projects in order to address development problems.
The Culture and Society in Tourism
The unit covers information on the contemporary tourism management and development. Learners are able to review how the roles of tourism represent public culture, the public heritage and the public nature of places, which have possibly changed under the new climates of postmodern, post- industrial and post-colonial concepts.
You are eligible if you meet our stipulated entry requirements.
Total Programme Fee
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Students can make payment using one of the following methods:
- Credit or debit card
- Bank transfer
- Interest free monthly instalments
- Western Union
Total Fee £3900
Flexible monthly payment plan
Reserve a seat £600
Refundable in the event of not being able to fulfill the minimum program requirements.