Toursim & Hotel ManagementAims of the course
This course has been designed to prepare students for work in the tourism and hotel service industries. At the end of the course, students should be able to communicate effectively in a range of business and tourism-related situations. Students are encouraged to apply any tourism / business knowledge and experience that they might have as they work through course material. Course books will be supplemented with material from other sources, including newspaper articles and video materials. The course is also suitable for people who intend to take an examination in tourism English, such as the LCCI EB Written English for Tourism exam.Whether the client is a travel agent, a tour guide, a courier or a hotel manager, this course will allow him or her to function effectively in English. Special emphasis is placed on the relevant vocabulary, register and grammatical structures that are used in the field of tourism, and the client is given the opportunity to practise using the language that he or she has acquired by means of seminars, group sessions and communicative practice activities. The client will also receive supplementary tuition in the essential English language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.
B.H.M. Bachelor of Hotel Management
B.T.H.M. Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel Management
M.T.A. Master of Tourism Administration
M.T.A. Master of Tourism and Administration
Course DurationThe duration of each of these courses may vary depending on each student's requirements. The standard course consists of 20 lessons of General English plus 10 lessons of Tourism and Hotel Management English tuition per week.
Entry Requirements Please consult the Director of Studies for information regarding the course entry dates. The minimum age for entry to this course is 18. Except by special arrangement, an upper-intermediate level of English is required for entry to the course. Students may be required to take an aptitude test to judge whether their standard of English is sufficient for this course. They may wish to follow a course of English Language Studies (General English) before beginning their course of Tourism and Hotel Management English to make sure that they gain the maximum benefit from their studies.