MSC TOURISM MANAGEMENT
Advance your management, research and analytical skills with this conversion course, ideal for graduates who would like to develop a critical understanding of the increasingly global, dynamic tourism industry.
Why study MSc Tourism Management at BU?
Study at one of the top-ten ranked universities in the world for tourism and hospitality
You'll meet industry experts, with the opportunity to take a professional placement, network and share knowledge and experience whilst learning in a structured environment
Complete an optional 30-week work placement with a tourism employer to further enhance your employability
Learn from specialist academic staff who are actively involved in research ensuring the curriculum is informed by cutting-edge knowledge and practice
Explore the significant relationships between tourism and the wider economic, environmental and socio-cultural context
Benefit from experiencing a new country and culture with the option to study a semester abroad.
THE STUDY PROGRAMME
This programme is intended as a ‘conversion’ programme and is designed to cater for the needs of students who have not studied tourism as their first degree. It aims to give students an advanced understanding of the tourism industry and a managerial perspective of how to run organisations within this industry. This programme is intended to address the industry’s need for graduates with the knowledge, understanding and experience to take up managerial roles within tourism (or hospitality).
If you want to study part-time, you’ll study alongside full-time students over two years. You'll be expected to study a minimum of three units per year, along with your dissertation towards the end of your second year. Students are required to complete 5 core units, choose 1 optional unit and write a dissertation. A placement is optional.
1 year full-time
2 years part-time
Poole, United Kingdom
Core business disciplines and methods
Managing Visitor Attractions
Business Strategy & Finance
Tourism Planning & Development
The Tourism & Hospitality Industries