Tourism Courses(6 courses)
Start an exciting global career in the fast-paced tourism industry by studying a Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management.View course information
The Graduate Certificate of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School is an essential step on the career path for those hoping to work at higher levels of management within the hotel industry.View course information
The Graduate Diploma of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School covers contemporary leadership techniques in the global hotel and hospitality sectors, and provides a direct entry pathway into the Master of Business in Global Hotel Leadership.View course information
The Master of Business in Global Hotel Leadership from The Hotel School is the ultimate postgraduate qualification for future leaders in the hotel, tourism and leisure industry.View course information
The International Hotel & Tourism Management Program from The Hotel School combines a rigorous academic program with paid internship opportunities to prepare students for management careers in hospitality and tourism.View course information
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Having said this, you don’t necessarily need to be looking internationally for a rewarding role in tourism. Domestic tourism is an equally thriving field and you can combine your patriotic passion with business savvy – all you need is the right training and qualifications. There is an array of online courses available that will get you into the industry, and you can even choose to study online while you travel!
Tourism involves more than just knowing some fun facts about the area you’re visiting. It is about the business behind travel, and why people pick the holiday destinations they do. That’s where the value of a qualification in tourism comes in – you’ll understand the business behind the fun, and how to handle the associated organisation and administration.
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