A Hospitality and Tourism degree will provide students with the skills needed to travel the world, work in a range of exciting sectors and meet a wide variety of different people from all cultures and backgrounds. Hospitality and Tourism is among the world's most popular industries, employing over 60 million globally.
Studying Hospitality and Tourism means both business and creative minds will have many opportunities to express themselves in a number of different situations. Because of the broad number of topics that encompass the subject, there are limitless opportunities to branch out into different strands of the industry.
A comprehensive knowledge of how international tourism works, plus detailed study on the supply chain, customer demand and the global forces impacting on the sustainability of tourism will be learned, and the skills, training and qualifications gained from studying in the UK will be in demand worldwide.
Hospitality and Tourism graduates will find career opportunities in marketing, business, tourism and hospitality, in roles such as health and safety, project management, customer services, operations management and personnel training.
There are many graduate training schemes available with a number of high profile companies – Hilton and Marriott hotels for example – which will offer a great chance to jump start your career.
Source: The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Hospitality and Tourism courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Hospitality, Events and Tourism universities in the Guardian University Guide 2022 below:
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