Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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Ever thought of having a career in tourism? This could be your opportunity to start one!

Dear bloggers, facebook users, twitters and students,

I would like to tell you all about an exciting course I will be teaching next Wednesday 6th of October 2014.
The course will be held in Toledo (Spain), at the Escuela Superior de Gastronomia y Hostaleria. The course, is a BA(Hons) in Travel and Tourism Management.  After two years students will receive a diploma, but if they continue on to year three, upon graduation they will be awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree.

In Britain we pay at least 5000 pounds sterling per year for a degree course, but this course will cost a mere 1500 per year! Also accommodation and food is a lot cheaper in Toledo, this will lower the amount of debt which some students can accumulate over the course of three years.

Here is a bit about the course;

Travel and tourism management is an in-depth study of the knowledge and skills that are essential to work in, and to succeed in one of the world's thriving and most fast emerging industries. The industry has developed and diversified impressively over recent years in five key sectors: accommodation, transport, travel organisation, attractions and destination organisation. This means that the industry demands skilled managers and one of the best ways to get onto the career ladder is to undertake a specialist diploma, with the opportunity to turn this into a degree at university.

The course has been carefully designed to include modules/units that not only make you more employable but also enable you to progress academically.

We hope that the Higher National Diploma in Travel &Tourism Management course will provide an enjoyable, stimulating and ultimately rewarding two years of study. The course will be extremely challenging and we expect students to set themselves high standards of work and achievement.

In Britain we pay at least 5000 pounds sterling per year for a degree course. The course is 9 hrs a week, taught in 3 hour slots. Students must complete assignments in their own time, and there will be some reading to do and group work too.

For more information, take a look at the website www.tourismschooltoledo.com

Who is this course for?

If you have a good level of English, and an interest in Tourism, then contact us to arrange an interview.

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