School of Tourism and Hospitality

BSc (Hons) Business and Tourism

Do you have the inspiration and motivation to manage positive and sustainable change in the rapidly growing world of tourism? As one of the largest and fastest growing industries the demand for individuals who can bring fresh ideas, think analytically and provide novel insights into tackling business problems in tourism continues to grow. Studying Business and Tourism will give you the skills, insights and confidence to tackle the challenges the industry faces.

UCAS tariff
240
UCAS course code
N806
Institution code
P60
Duration
3 years
(+ optional placement)
Start date
September 2014
Course type
Full-time
Location
Plymouth

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Check if this course has places through Clearing, from 14 August 2014.

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  • Monday 18 August - 8.30am - 5.00pm
  • Tuesday 19 - Thursday 21 August - 9.00am - 5.00pm
  • Friday 22 August - 9.00am - 4.00pm

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Key features

  • Gain a competitive advantage by learning to meet the changing needs of the tourism industry, and the changing demands of both society and the economy on a course accredited by the Institute of Hospitality and the Tourism Management Institute.
  • Be part of a course that continues to rank among the best in the country for tourism on a number of independent league tables. We came third place for satisfaction with feedback and appear in the top ten of 37 institutions offering tourism courses by the Guardian University Guide 2014: League Table for Tourism, Transport and Travel. We achieved  twelfth place out of 49 by the Sunday Times University Guide 2014: Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism, and the Complete University Guide 2014 ranked the course twelfth out of 60 for Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism.
  • High quality teaching, informed by staff research, contribute to the tourism and hospitality group’s excellent rating, 23 out of 24, awarded by the Quality Assurance Agency.
  • Take the opportunity to visit a variety of locations with our supported field work, which have included to Barcelona, Prague, Brittany, Belfast and Madrid.
  • Boost your future career prospects and gain industry experience by taking the option to go on a paid work placement in year 3 and receive the additional Certificate of Industrial Experience after successful completion.
  • Gain access to the latest developments through our programme of experienced and innovative guest speakers, who have recently included: Visiting Fellow, Rosie Bates, Economic Development Manager for Devon County Council; Lucy Leith, Overseas Operations Executive, VisitBritain; and Carl Lamb, Marketing and Communications Manager, Newquay Zoo.
  • Learn from research-active staff at the forefront of knowledge, conducting research into areas such as the social impacts of tourism, the relationship between tourism and crime, working conditions in the industry, the adoption and reporting of corporate social responsibility, and literary and heritage tourism, particularly in Cornwall.
  • According to the UNWTO, one in 11 jobs worldwide are now in tourism, so you will enhance your career opportunities through our focus on employability.

Course details

  • Year 1
  • Your first year gives you a broad view of the tourism industry and its management. This includes modules such as tourism environments and behaviour and fundamentals of tourism and the option to learn a new foreign language – French, Spanish or German. You’ll have the opportunity to undertake a fieldtrip to Brittany to explore the idea of destination image and gain transferable study skills – helping you confidently complete the course and stand you in good stead for future employment.
    Core modules
    • HTM131 Fundamentals of Tourism

      This module introduces the nature of tourism, setting an historical context to its development. It explains the nature and development of tourism. It discusses the patterns and characteristics of tourism supply and demand and the influential factors on them. It explores the structure, operation and organisation of the public and voluntary sectors and their activities.

    • HTM124 Management for Hospitality,Tourism & Events

      This module enables the students to develop an understanding of management skills appropriate to an events/hospitality/tourism business to achieve business success.

    • HTM110 The Tourism Industry

      The module introduces the commercial elements of tour operation, business tourism and retail distribution in both a UK and global context.

    • HTM111 Tourism Environments and Tourist Behaviour

    • HTM130 Tourism Knowledge and Field Work

      The module serves as an introduction to the principles and practice of personal and academic development within the context of their chosen programme of study. The module furthermore assists students in developing the tools to elicit knowledge in the field.

    Optional modules
    • ELC101 English for Academic Purposes

      This module develops an international student’s level of English in order to operate effectively in an academic context at stage one

    • FREX01 French 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • FREX02 French 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • FREX03 French 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • FREX400 French Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from French 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • GERX01 German 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • GERX02 German 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • MANX001 Mandarin Chinese 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • SPNX01 Spanish 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • SPNX02 Spanish 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • SPNX03 Spanish 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • SPNX400 Spanish Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from Spanish 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • HTM134 Tourism Geographies

      The module is intended to increase student awareness of both tourism destinations and influences upon their development.

  • Year 2
  • In your second year, you’ll develop your management skills and discover how hospitality and tourism businesses are run. You’ll get an insider’s view on a tourism field visit and improve your knowledge by studying additional subjects including regional tourism and the relationship between tourism and culture. Research methods will provide you with the skills to engage in both academic and business research, giving you an excellent base for placements that involve, for example, market research.
    Core modules
    • HTMP201 Career Investment Programme

      The Career Investment Programme is a development scheme designed to enhance students' employability prospects. It provides them with information on the placement year, and equips them with the knowledge and skills necessary for applying for placement positions. The module also includes a number of workshops and events designed to develop students' skills and knowledge, with the purpose of enhancing their employability.

    • HTM228 Tourism Marketing

      This module is designed to reflect on the influence of tourism culture and environment upon both existing tourism business operations and the development of appropriate new strategies.

    • HTM241 Tourism Venture Creation

      An introduction to business models and functions in tourism within the context of venture creation.

    • HTM216 Tourism, Development and Culture

    • HTM238 Tourism, Hospitality and Events Research Methods

      This module investigates the potential contributions of different disciplines and approaches that help to explain the nature of tourism, hospitality and events management. The module examines the research methods used in investigations that focus on tourism, hospitality and events management as applied academic subjects.

    • HTM242 Tourism, Human Resources & Competitive Advantage

      The module aims to raise awareness of and deepen students' understanding of the role of human resources in achieving competitive advantage in the tourism industry.

    Optional modules
    • ELC201 English for Academic Purposes

    • HTM243 Festivals and Event Tourism

      To examine the importance of festivals and event tourism in relation to a tourist destination's policy and planning strategies. This will determine the value of events to the tourism industry. The module will also examine the evolution of event tourism, and discuss the authenticity dilemma of event tourism with particular reference to festivals and festival tourism.

    • FREX01 French 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • FREX02 French 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • FREX03 French 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • FREX400 French Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from French 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • FREX500 French Advanced 2

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 1, or for other students who have pursued their study of the foreign language beyond A level or its equivalent. It will further extend their ability to communicate in more complex situations and their understanding of the structures of the language. Particular attention is paid to developing skills of relevance to a study or work placement in the foreign country.

    • FREX600 French Advanced 3

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 2, and is normally aimed at final year advanced students of the foreign language who have not had an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It enables them to build on the advanced language skills that they have already acquired and apply these to more specialised and complex situations (such as presentation and translation).

    • FREX700 French Advanced 4

      This module is normally taken by final year students of the foreign language who have completed an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It builds on their increased fluency and confidence, and their personal experience of the foreign culture, and enables them to develop the application of their skills in more sophisticated and demanding situations.

    • GERX01 German 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • GERX02 German 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • MANX001 Mandarin Chinese 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • HTM212 Regional Tourism

    • SPNX01 Spanish 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • SPNX02 Spanish 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • SPNX03 Spanish 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • SPNX400 Spanish Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from Spanish 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • SPNX500 Spanish Advanced 2

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 1, or for other students who have pursued their study of the foreign language beyond A level or its equivalent. It will further extend their ability to communicate in more complex situations and their understanding of the structures of the language. Particular attention is paid to developing skills of relevance to a study or work placement in the foreign country.

    • SPNX600 Spanish Advanced 3

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 2, and is normally aimed at final year advanced students of the foreign language who have not had an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It enables them to build on the advanced language skills that they have already acquired and apply these to more specialised and complex situations (such as presentation and translation).

    • SPNX700 Spanish Advanced 4

      This module is normally taken by final year students of the foreign language who have completed an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It builds on their increased fluency and confidence, and their personal experience of the foreign culture, and enables them to develop the application of their skills in more sophisticated and demanding situations.

  • Optional placement year
  • Expand your horizons, build up your confidence and your skills when you undertake an optional paid work placement. You will follow an agreed training programme and be supervised by a member of staff. Upon completion you will be awarded a Certificate of Industrial Experience. Placements can be taken in the UK or overseas across a wide range of sectors. Over 300 past graduates have taken a placement and we strongly encourage you to do so if you do not yet have significant industry experience.
    Core modules
    • HTMP300 Work Placement Year

      The placement year consists of an extended period of professional work experience in a relevant business organisation. It extends the student's commercial awareness and knowledge of the business environment, provides an opportunity for personal development, and equips them with the experience and skills necessary to gain suitable employment on graduation.

  • Final year
  • In your final year, you will build on your expertise in tourism, the culmination of which is the honours project – a piece of independent research investigating tourism or business topics in greater detail through a management-style dissertation. A range of other core and elective topics informed by staff research interests will also feature - explore crisis and disaster management and opt to further your knowledge in areas from intercultural communication, to film and literacy tourism.
    Core modules
    • HTM310 Crisis & Disaster Management in the Hospitality, Tourism & Events Industry

      This module will equip you with a sound understanding of the principles and practice of economic, environmental and political crisis and disaster management in the hospitality, events and tourism industries.

    • HTM314 Honours Project

    Optional modules
    • HTM325 Business Strategy for Tourism & Hospitality

      This module focuses on exploring and understanding a range of theoretical approaches to developing strategies for businesses in the tourism and hospitality sectors.

    • HTM335 Crime and Sustainable Tourism

      This module focuses on two contemporary tourism topics - crime and sustainable tourism. Included are the relationships between tourism and the environment and the principles, approaches and pitfalls to sustainable tourism management in an international context. The module also focuses on tourists and the tourism industry, and the relationships between these and crime.

    • ELC305 English for Academic Purposes

    • ELC307 English for Global Communication

    • HTM337 Entrepreneurship

      You will develop a critical understanding of the theories and concepts of entrepreneurs. You will identify entrepreneurial opportunities in hospitality and tourism, and consider the role of innovation, creative thinking techniques and service development.

    • HTM312 Film, Literary and Heritage Tourism

    • FREX01 French 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • FREX02 French 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • FREX03 French 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • FREX400 French Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from French 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • FREX500 French Advanced 2

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 1, or for other students who have pursued their study of the foreign language beyond A level or its equivalent. It will further extend their ability to communicate in more complex situations and their understanding of the structures of the language. Particular attention is paid to developing skills of relevance to a study or work placement in the foreign country.

    • FREX600 French Advanced 3

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 2, and is normally aimed at final year advanced students of the foreign language who have not had an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It enables them to build on the advanced language skills that they have already acquired and apply these to more specialised and complex situations (such as presentation and translation).

    • FREX700 French Advanced 4

      This module is normally taken by final year students of the foreign language who have completed an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It builds on their increased fluency and confidence, and their personal experience of the foreign culture, and enables them to develop the application of their skills in more sophisticated and demanding situations.

    • GERX01 German 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • GERX02 German 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • HTM329 Leadership

      You’ll explore the practical and theoretical aspects of leadership in organisations and look at how the concept is changing over time. In this module you will take part in an intensive UK-based field trip to gain a deeper understanding of leadership.

    • MANX001 Mandarin Chinese 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • SPNX01 Spanish 1

      This module is designed for beginners in the language, or those whose previous qualification/experience is not equivalent to GCSE grade B. It develops communicative competence at a basic level, enabling students to establish and maintain adequate social relations with speakers of a foreign language, negotiate everyday needs in a foreign country, and communicate using spoken and simple written language in a limited social or work setting.

    • SPNX02 Spanish 2

      This module is designed for students whose previous qualification/experience in the language is at least equivalent to GCSE grade B, or as a progression from Basic. It develops communicative competence at an intermediate level, improving students' ability to establish social and working relations with speakers of the language, to understand key aspects of the target culture, and to handle useful routine writing and reading tasks.

    • SPNX03 Spanish 3

      This module is aimed at students whose previous experience in the language is equivalent to AS level, or as a progression from Intermediate 1. It develops their ability to use both the spoken and written language effectively beyond routine situations, to establish and maintain effective social and working relations with speakers of the foreign language, and to understand key aspects of the target culture.

    • SPNX400 Spanish Advanced 1

      This module is aimed at students with A level or equivalent in the foreign language, or as a progression from Spanish 3. It aims to consolidate knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and to provide a firm base for future studies. At the same time the student's communicative competence is developed through the study of materials of relevance to the foreign country today.

    • SPNX500 Spanish Advanced 2

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 1, or for other students who have pursued their study of the foreign language beyond A level or its equivalent. It will further extend their ability to communicate in more complex situations and their understanding of the structures of the language. Particular attention is paid to developing skills of relevance to a study or work placement in the foreign country.

    • SPNX600 Spanish Advanced 3

      This module is designed as a progression from Advanced 2, and is normally aimed at final year advanced students of the foreign language who have not had an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It enables them to build on the advanced language skills that they have already acquired and apply these to more specialised and complex situations (such as presentation and translation).

    • SPNX700 Spanish Advanced 4

      This module is normally taken by final year students of the foreign language who have completed an extended period of residence in the foreign country. It builds on their increased fluency and confidence, and their personal experience of the foreign culture, and enables them to develop the application of their skills in more sophisticated and demanding situations.

The modules shown for this course or programme are those being studied by current students, or expected new modules. Modules are subject to change depending on year of entry.

Entry requirements

UCAS tariff

240 points including 140 points from two A levels, excluding General Studies.

International Baccalaureate 

24 points

GCSE

Mathematics and English Language grade C.

Equivalent qualifications may be considered.

English language requirements

Fees & funding

Home/EU £9,000 International £11,500

For more information about our fees and funding visit www.plymouth.ac.uk/money.

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The Guardian and the Sunday Times recently voted Plymouth University as one of the top 12 providers of tourism courses in the UK.

Develop skills to manage and communicate in the world's fastest growing industry and be empowered with the confidence to tackle any career in tourism.

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Placements

You have the option of spending your third year in an industrial placement.

This allows you to gain an additional award of the Certificate of Professional Experience or Certificate of International Professional Experience.

Find out more about Tourism and Hospitality placements

Tourism profile - Lucy Leith

The placement helped me develop my skills, in particular it helped me write for a range of audiences, such as consumers who wanted advice on where to stay and go.

Lucy Leith, Overseas Operations Executive, VisitBritain.

Learn more about Lucy’s placement

Dr Graham Busby

Dr Busby is an associate professor and his research interests include: the influence of literature and the cinema on tourists' choices and perceptions of places, tourism education, and Cornish heritage tourism.

Professor Busby travels extensively throughout the world to visit placement students in their workplace.

Learn more about Dr Busby's research interests.

Dr Andreas Walmsley

Dr Andreas Walmsley is the programme manager for undergraduate tourism courses.

Dr Walmsley’s main areas of teaching and research revolve around employment in the tourism and hospitality industries.

Learn more about Dr Walmsley's research interests
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