Fda international tourism business management in University college birmingham
Tourism has become a global phenomenon over the last 50 years, with many economies and tourism businesses around the world relying on their ability to attract visitors. International tourism providers operate within a dynamic, uncertain and competitive environment. In the international business environment, tourism businesses and destinations need to keep abreast of the drivers of change within the global tourism landscape. This is a key step in devising successful long-term tourism business strategies. This course equips you with the business management skills and attributes that the industry is seeking the ability to analyse tourism trends, operate within a turbulent environment and innovative and creative strategies to compete successfully in the marketplace.
An overall average of at least 65% in 12th Standard from both State and Central Examination Boards, A minimum of 65% in English Language of the India Higher Secondary Certificate / Standard 12/X+II or one of the following: IELTS Overall score of 6.0 with no less than 5.5 in each component, GCSE English Language Grade C or Grade 4, TOEFL IBT Overall 75, Minimums: Reading 12; Listening 11; Speaking 17; Writing 20, A minimum of 56 UCAS Tariff points from at least two A Levels or equivalent BTEC qualifications
Careers in Tour operations, Destination management organisations, Tourism marketing, Aviation sector airlines, Events management
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