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  • 1. 英国 tourism and hotel management 的情况,在 http://browse.guardian.co.uk 上找到的相关专 业的排名,以下是前十所。 目录 University of Surrey ..........................................................................................................................1 University of Strathclyde ...................................................................................................................4 University of Ulster ............................................................................................................................7 Robert Gordon University ..................................................................................................................8 University of Central Lancashire .....................................................................................................10 Oxford Brookes ................................................................................................................................13 Manchester Metropolitan .................................................................................................................24 Plymouth ..........................................................................................................................................25 Brighton ............................................................................................................................................28 Bournemouth.....................................................................................................................................31 University of Surrey 1. 网址 http://www.surrey.ac.uk 2. 可选专业: International Hotel Management; Tourism Management 3. 专业介绍 MSc/PGDip/PGCert in International Hotel Management The MSc programme in International Hotel Management, from the School of Management, concentrates on the operation, delivery, management and strategic issues involved with providing successful hotel and related services worldwide. This includes an understanding of the economic, social and technical issues involved in such operations. An integral part of the programme is to encourage students to consider hospitality management from the strategic perspective. Increasingly it is recognised that successful organisations may achieve competitive advantage from the effective strategic management of assets, competences and capabilities. For example, students will gain knowledge of, and be able to identify, the key strategic decisions facing hospitality or food operations managers, and evaluate alternative approaches to the strategic management of these key decision areas. The programme will be of particular interest to graduates who wish to build a career, or experienced managers and executives who wish to broaden their knowledge and improve their skills in modern business practice, and educators in the hotel field who wish to further their knowledge.
  • 2. MSc/PGDip/PGCert in Tourism Management Celebrating its 40th anniversary, our MSc in Tourism Management is one of the longest established university programmes in tourism in the world. Our first students joined the programme in 1972 and since then many have gone on to occupy senior positions in industry, government bodies and academia in many different parts of the world. The programme takes a broad view of tourism and provides an opportunity to explore issues and problems relevant to a wide range of situations and aspects likely to be faced by managers and other professionals. The programme aims to provide an in-depth analysis of what has become one of the world's largest industries. It gives an opportunity to develop academic skills and knowledge. At the same time it maintains a practical focus on the rapidly developing tourism industry. Its intensive but generalist approach aims to prepare students for a wide range of possible careers in travel and tourism. It is designed to provide an appropriate base for employment opportunities in official tourist organisations, in transport, hotels, tour operating and travel agency companies, in government and other organisations where knowledge of tourism is important. 4. International Hotel Management 的录取条件及相关信息 Typical entry requirements Applicants should usually hold a bachelors degree (UK Lower Second/2.2 or above, or equivalent qualification) from a recognised British/overseas university. However, every applicant is assessed individually on their own merit. Higher level professional qualifications may also be accepted. Relevant work experience could be an additional benefit where applicants have not reached the standard entry requirements, although it is not an admissions requirement for this particular degree programme. Candidates for whom English is not their first language will normally be required to have taken an English language test and achieved a score of either: TOEFL - 550 or above/213 or above in the computer-based test or 79-80 points for the Internet-based test; IELTS - 6.0 or above; or Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English - Grade C or above. This test must have been taken within two years prior to the start of the programme you are applying for. The School also assists students whose first language is not English through close cooperation with the University's Language Centre. Programme length 12 months full-time, up to 72 months part-time Planned intake Up to 75 Start dates September full-time, September and January part-time
  • 3. Professional recognition The School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Programme Director Dr Yuksel Ekinci 5. Tourism Management 的录取要求及相关信息 Typical entry requirements Applicants should usually hold a bachelors degree (UK Lower Second/2.2 or above) or equivalent qualification from a recognised British/overseas university. Every applicant is assessed individually on their own merit. Higher level professional qualifications may also be accepted. Relevant work experience could be an additional benefit where applicants have not reached the standard entry requirements, although it is not an admissions requirement for this particular degree programme. Candidates for whom English is not their first language will normally be required to have taken an English language test and achieved a score of either TOEFL 550 or above, IELTS 6.0 or above, or Cambridge Advanced Certificate in English Grade C or above. This test must have been taken within two years prior to the start of the programme you are applying for. The School also assists students whose first language is not English through close cooperation with the University's Language Centre. Programme length 12 months full-time, up to 72 months part-time Planned intake Up to 60 Start date September Professional recognition The School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The School is recognised as a key Education and Training Centre by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and has TedQual Certification from the UNWTO. Programme Director Dr Edith M Szivas 6. 联系方法 For general enquiries
  • 4. T: 0800 980 3200 or +44 (0)1483 683076 E: pg-enquiries@surrey.ac.uk For admissions enquiries T: +44 (0)1483 686300 E: som@surrey.ac.uk www.som.surrey.ac.uk University of Strathclyde 1. 网址 http://www.strath.ac.uk 2. 可选专业 Tourism 3. 专业介绍 Tourism is a major item in international trade and a significant contributor to the GDP of many developed and developing countries. Its importance of tourism as a significant growth industry and the linchpin of national and regional economies is widely recognised. However, the industry also brings social, cultural and environmental costs to a destination. The basic aim of the MSc in Tourism is to present and develop a critical perspective towards tourism as an industry, but also as a discipline. The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management (formerly The Scottish Hotel School) has long recognised that none of the traditional academic disciplines alone provides the necessary knowledge and expertise for tourism administration and management. An interdisciplinary approach is essential, making tourism an ideal subject for multidisciplinary postgraduate study. Target Market The course aspires to reflect the highest academic standards in a rapidly-developing field of study, and to provide an excellent student learning experience in a friendly and multicultural environment. Students are encouraged to participate in the active scholarly life of the Department. The course seeks a balance of applications from Scotland, Europe and overseas. All degree- equivalent and tourism-related experience is welcome. The course is intended for non-tourism graduates who wish to gain a respected postgraduate qualification in the tourism field.
  • 5. The course The course aims to provide graduates from a variety of disciplines with a comprehensive understanding of the nature of tourism and a range of transferable skills which will equip them for rewarding careers in this increasingly important economic sector. In addition, the Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Tourism is designed to meet the needs of the national governments, international organisations and industry for adequately qualified, graduate staff who are trained and equipped to manage tourism development and control. Course structure The taught part of the course consists of ten modules (five compulsory, five optional). Students can select options from the range of postgraduate tourism and hospitality classes offered by the Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Successful completion of ten modules leads to the award of the Postgraduate Diploma. In addition to the modules, MSc students also undertake a dissertation of 15,000 to 20,000 words. Compulsory Modules International Tourism Tourism Products Marketing Tourism Policy and Organisations Research Methods Tourism Project Appraisal Options Tourism in Developing Countries: Issues and Policies Tourism Planning in Developing Countries Human Resource Management in Tourism and Hospitality International Human Resource Management for the Tourism and Hospitality Industries Education and Training in Hospitality and Tourism Hospitality Finance and Control (two semesters) Hotel Operational Management Strategic Management for the Hospitality and Tourism Industries Further Information Study Modes The course is available full-time or part-time (over two academic sessions), with exams in January and May. The dissertation must be submitted by September. Assessment Assessment is by a mix of written assignments (essays, reports) and formal exams (typically 40/60
  • 6. split). Start Date and Duration The course starts in late September and takes nine months for the Diploma; 12 months for the MSc. Fees Full information on current fee levels can be found at http://www.strath.ac.uk/registry/students/finance How to Apply Application forms are available from: Registry – Business Online applications may be made via the University website at: http://applicants.strath.ac.uk 4. 录取要求 Entry Requirements A good honours degree from a UK university or equivalent is normally required. Professional experience may be taken into account. 5. 联系方式 Contact details For further information please contact Jithrendran Kokkranikal at jithu@strath.ac.uk Tourism 08/09 (MSc) full-time, Admission Code : SHMSC4 Our current entry requirements are published at the end of each course description in our Prospectus. Tourism 08/09 (PG Diploma) full-time, Admission Code : SHPGD4 Our current entry requirements are published at the end of each course description in our Prospectus.
  • 7. University of Ulster 1. 网址: http://prospectus.ulster.ac.uk/ 2. 可选专业: MSc International Hotel and Tourism Management 3. 专业介绍: The aim of the Masters (MSc) International Hotel and Tourism Management is to include a knowledge of skills in, and aptitude for, international hotel and tourism management. The course enables you to acquire an understanding of the policy, strategy and leadership aspects of international hotel and tourism industry. It is designed to provide a coherent academic tool for students who will explore the aggregate environment in which international hotel and tourism operates. The strong applied dimension to this programme will equip graduates with the knowledge to further enhance their career aspirations within the hotel and tourism industry. 4. 录取条件 Entry Conditions Applicants must normally (a)have gained (i) a second class honours degree or better from a university of the United Kingdom or the Repubilic of Ireland, from the Council for National Academic Awards, the National Council for Educational Awards, the Higher Education and Training Awards Council or from an institution of another country which is recognised as being of an equivalent standard; an equivalent standard (normally 50%) in a Graduate Diploma, Graduate Certificate, Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma or an approved professional or other qualification; or an equivalent standard in a preliminary examination and a professional or other qualification recognised by the Senate for this purpose. (b) provide evidence of competency in written and spoken English (GCSE grade C or equivalent. Overseas students must provide evidence of English competence to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550); or provide evidence of their ability to undertake the programme through the accreditation of prior experiential learning. Students with a non cognate degree and without appropriate industrial experience will be required to study Hotel and Tourism Operating Systems. Students' choice of modules will be guided by the Course Director, dependent on their academic background and industrial experience. 5. 联系方式 Contact Telephone: School Office 028 7032 3999
  • 8. Email: portrush@ulster.ac.uk Robert Gordon University 1. 学校网址: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/abs/postgraduate/page.cfm?pge=4803 2. 可选专业: International Tourism Management - PgDip/MSc (TMI Accredited and Institute of Hospitality Recognised) Study full-time (1 year) or part-time (3 years). SAAS funding available. 3. 专业介绍 Overview of the Course This masters course in International Tourism Management recognises the importance of tourism as the world's largest industry and integrates teaching, research and industry expertise with generic business management skills which means our graduates are equipped for a successful career in international tourism management. The course also uses the professional expertise of staff within the Scottish Centre of Tourism (SCoT)- which is one of several applied research centres within the University. Studying the postgraduate International Tourism Management course will give students the opportunity to: plan and implement tourism strategies confidently within both domestic and international contexts have a sound understanding and a critical awareness of contemporary tourism issues deal with complex issues both systematically and creatively and make sound judgements demonstrate self direction and originality in solving problems act autonomously and professionally in planning and implementing strategies fully develop the qualities and transferable skills, including initiative, decision-making and independent learning ability, necessary for today's global tourism industry carry out tourism management functions to a high professional level 4. 录取要求 Candidates applying for admission to a postgraduate taught course should normally possess either: • a degree/Honours degree or degree-equivalent qualification in a relevant degree subject, awarded by a UK University or recognised Overseas Institution; or • qualifications of an approved Professional Body or Institution; or
  • 9. • relevant industrial, commercial or professional experience at a level sufficient to justify exemption from the normal requirements In certain circumstances, students with ordinary degrees but with extensive appropriate work- experience within the sector can be admitted to a particular course at the discretion of the Course Leader and the Postgraduate Management Team. In such circumstances, applicants are required to provide a portfolio for the Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL). In very exceptional circumstances, applications may be accepted from those with a significant body of experience but without a degree. In such cases, a full portfolio of evidence is required for APEL. Postgraduate programmes with additional entry requirements include: Master of Business Administration To gain admission to the programme applicants will normally: • have three years relevant work experience • hold a first degree, at Honours level, preferably in the top 1st class banding • be able to demonstrate competence in oral and written English MSc Human Resource Management This course will appeal to a wide range of potential candidates: • graduates with a good honours degree • applicants with significant management experience (8-10years) • the programme is an ideal vehicle for overseas students seeking a postgraduate qualification from a reputed UK University Before submitting the university application form, students should complete the course questionnaire. Students are expected to attend an informal interview before an offer is given for the course to obtain essential information on course requirements. For students outwith the local area, this will be undertaken via the telephone or email. 5. 联系方式 Course Enquiries and Contact: Robert Nash Course Leader Aberdeen Business School The Robert Gordon University Garthdee II Garthdee Road Aberdeen AB10 7QG Tel: +44 (0)1224 263064 Fax: +44 (0)1224 263038 E-mail: r.nash@rgu.ac.uk
  • 10. University of Central Lancashire 1. 学校网址: http://www.uclan.ac.uk/courses/pg/files/toutm.htm 2. 可选专业 MA/PGDip/PGCert Tourism Management 3. 专业介绍 MA/PGDip/PGCert Tourism Management Department of Tourism and Leisure Management Course Details Attendance: Full-time (Tuesday and Thursday); part-time (Year 1 Tuesday; Year 2 Thursday) Duration: Full-time 1 years; part-time 2 years. Total no of modules: MA 9; PGDip 6; PGCert 3 For Standard Entry Requirements see Admissions Specific entry requirements: Students require a good honours degree (or equivalent) in which a major part of their studies has incorporated aspects of tourism or related areas. Business graduates who can demonstrate commitment to the tourism sector may also be considered for entry. Other graduates (or equivalent) with significant management experience will be considered on their merits. Course Outline Tourism is the largest industry in the world and excellent managers are sought worldwide. This programme builds upon undergraduate studies of tourism and/or management that tend to have a limited focus with regard to developing the tourism manager. Socio-geographical themes are developed alongside management issues and packaged through the requirement to understand tourism research. This process ensures an excellent preparation for both a career in tourism management and for further study. Modules studied consider a range of current management priorities. These frame two specialist tourism modules on tourism geographies and on management issues within tourism. An option exists in which students can develop management skills in a practical or theoretical way. Lectures are used to support seminar discussions whilst workshops develop management skills. The entire programme is assessed by regular coursework involving reports and essays and by the production of a 20,000 word dissertation. 4. 录取要求 Entry Requirements Entry requirements for postgraduate courses vary and you are advised to check for any specific requirements under individual course entries. Normally the following general entry requirements apply:
  • 11. Postgraduate Diplomas, Certificates A recognised British first degree or its equivalent. Taught Masters Courses A recognised British honours degree to a good standard, or its equivalent. If you are in doubt about your eligibility for any of the courses in this prospectus, you should seek advice from the course tutor or the Admissions Office, University of Central Lancashire, Preston PR1 2HE, Tel: +44 (0)1772 201201. In some cases, where external sponsorship is available, separate application procedures apply and you should check this under individual course entries. Deadlines for the receipt of applications may vary from course to course and it should be noted that some courses commence in January rather than September. In any event, you are advised to apply as early as possible as there is a heavy demand for places on most courses. 5. 申请流程 Application procedure for Postgraduate taught courses Application Procedure There are three ways to apply for postgraduate taught courses at the University. You can download an application form, request a paper copy of the application form, or apply online. Apply online The University’s online application system allows you to apply for a number of courses (programmes of study) offered at the University. To see the list of programmes available for online application please click here. Apply online Download application form Download: Part-time undergraduate application form Download: Part-time undergraduate guidance notes Download: Postgraduate application form Download: Postgraduate guidance notes Please complete in full and return to the Admissions Office. Please follow the instructions attached to the document. Request application form Application forms can also be obtained from Course Enquiries on (+44 (0)1772 892400) or email: cenquiries@uclan.ac.uk.
  • 12. Some courses have additional requirements as part of the selection procedure and information. This information can be obtained from the course pages. 6. 国际学生 International Students Applying from overseas We welcome applications from overseas students and the application procedures described in this prospectus should be used unless your government makes any special arrangements. An application form for Postgraduate Courses and completion instructions can be obtained from our website at http://www.uclan.ac.uk/other/registry/admissions/forms.htm. However, this is not an on-line application procedure. You should print off and complete the application form in full. Please follow the instuctions attached to the document and send it to: Admissions Office, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, Lancashire, PR1 2HE, United Kingdom. If you are not resident in the United Kingdom at the moment, you will find that the most of the literature and forms referred to in this prospectus are available from British Council offices or British Embassies throughout the world. Booklets (for students holding offers), containing advice and information for international students can be obtained from the University's Advisory and Counselling Centre. Tel: +44 1772 895010, 5033 and 5026 To be considered for a place, you must be able to show competence in written and spoken English in addition to meeting the course entry requirements. The following English Language Tests or qualifications are acceptable, as evidence of this competence: International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) - minimum 6.0, usually 6.5 NB. Some specific degree programmes may require a higher minimum score. eg. journalism, nursing, midwifery. If this test is not available to applicants, we will accept: TOEFL - 550 minimum (computer based 213) 600 usually (computer based 250) with TWE of 4.0 minimum as well. Other satisfactory English Language qualifications are: • UCLES Cambridge Proficiency Certificate Grade C or above • UCLES Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English Grade C or above • UCLES Cambridge First Certificate Grade B or above • IGCSE English as a Second Language Grade C or above. • ARELS Pass or above • AEB Test in English Grade 3 or above • JMB University Entrance Pass or above • Pitman ESOL, Higher Intermediate Level • Pitman ESOL, Advanced Level Accommodation Full information and request forms are supplied when an offer of a place is made. Family accommodation is not provided by the University but may be obtained privately. Finance & funding for overseas students The University is required to charge full-cost tuition fees to all students from overseas. The
  • 13. standard fee for postgraduate courses for overseas students in 2007/08 are as follows: • Undergraduate: £7,950 • Postgraduate: £7,950 (including 10% introductory bursary) These fees are given for guidance only and may be subject to change. In addition, we recommend that approximately £7,000 will be required for all maintenance and living expenses on postgraduate programmes, which are normally of twelve months duration. It is important that you consider the financial implications of study in the United Kingdom before you apply. Financial Assistance for Overseas Students University Postgraduate Fee Reduction Scheme A reduction of 20% off the standard tuition fee for the course will be available for all students who enrol on a postgraduate programme at the University of Central Lancashire who have previously completed an appropriate award of the University. For further details please contact the University Admissions Office tel: 00 44 1772 892423 fax: 00 44 1772 894954 www.uclan.ac.uk/other/registry/admissions/index.htm Additional Sources of Financial Assistance Many students are self-supporting, whilst others are able to obtain funding from their Government, an employer or other local sponsors. You may wish to contact your own Ministry of Education for details of scholarship opportunities for students wishing to study outside of your own country. These may include schemes run by International Agencies or Voluntary Organisations. You should contact your nearest British Council Office, British Embassy or High Commission for details of United Kingdom Scholarship schemes. The British Council website provides information about scholarships and additional sources of funding together with a list of useful publications. www.britishcouncil.org Oxford Brookes 1. 学校网址 http://www.brookes.ac.uk/studying/courses/postgraduate/2008/ 2. 可选专业: International Hotel and Resort Management- Msc; MBA(specialism in Hotel and Tourism Management)- MBA; International Hospitality and Tourism Management- MSc 3. International Hospitality and Tourism Management - MSc Accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development Accreditation System (EPAS) and by the Institute of Hospitality.
  • 14. The MSc in International Hospitality and Tourism Management provides an opportunity for honours graduates from unrelated disciplines such as art, economics, history, languages, linguistics, law and politics to study travel and tourism at the postgraduate level. Although beneficial, prior work experience in the hospitality and tourism industry is not an entry requirement for this programme. The focus of your studies will be on understanding the international hospitality and tourism environment. We recruit students from all around the world, and this creates an exciting multicultural study atmosphere. This master’s programme has flexible study modes: full-time and sandwich for all students and part-time for British and European Union students. Our aim is to provide you with intellectual and professional development, and to develop your understanding of hospitality and tourism business practice and public sector tourism issues from multiple perspectives. You will be introduced to a range of concepts and theories that will enable you to analyse tourism and hospitality contexts in national and international situations and in the private and public sectors. The programme will explore current and future trends in tourism management, enabling you to further develop your analytical and decision-making skills. Many students have been able to develop a career in hotels, travel and tourism after graduating from this programme. Hospitality and tourism education at Oxford Brookes University Business School has an excellent, international reputation for quality and innovation in learning and teaching. Leading hospitality organisations visit the campus to recruit students, and our dedicated careers service and master's sandwich mode of study provide graduates with accelerated career opportunities. There may be opportunities for placements in international hotel and tourism companies. Teaching, learning and assessment The Oxford Brookes innovative learning experience on this MSc includes strong links between the Tourist Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Management modules, with field trips and student presentations on 'hot topics'. The Hospitality Operations module combines practice with a computer based simulation to introduce you to the crucial links between financial, human resource, marketing and operations management. The Contemporary Issues module provides you with the opportunity to research and write an academic journal article on any hospitality and tourism topic. You can be confident about the expertise of your tutors; all are involved in research and/or consultancy activities, and many have written internationally recognised hospitality and tourism textbooks. They bring their excellent links with the hospitality and tourism industry into the classroom to inform you of contemporary developments taking place in the real world. Learning and teaching is very much student-centred, participative and interactive. You will take part in workshops, seminars, lectures, case study analysis and one-to-one tutorials. The full-time mode involves approximately 15 hours of contact time per week, but in addition there is a significant amount of independent and group study time. You will therefore be expected to take a great deal of responsibility for your own learning and to manage your time effectively. Assessment is based predominantly on individual coursework and the dissertation. Course content The following compulsory modules enable you to develop a deep understanding of the complexity of the international hospitality, travel and tourism environment:
  • 15. Hospitality Operations Management introduces you to the complexity of hospitality operations within an international context. Drawing on relevant operations management principles, you will acquire an understanding of financial, human resource and marketing management knowledge at the unit level, which underpins the successful management of accommodation, food and beverage operations. There will be site visits to local hospitality businesses to familiarise students with practical examples from industry, and a computer based hotel business simulation assignment. Tourism and Hospitality Synthesis offers you an introduction and overview of the context, frameworks, concepts, theories and issues in the contemporary tourism and hospitality industries. The module provides you with the basis to systematically and incisively analyse and evaluate complex tourism and hospitality situations. Tourist Consumer Behaviour investigates the theoretical frameworks derived primarily from the marketing discipline that underpins patterns of consumer demand and usage. It incorporates models and concepts drawn from mainstream marketing, tourism marketing, and the social sciences – so forming a comprehensive understanding of tourist consumer demand. While the theoretical contribution is generic and applicable to any tourism-specific situation, an appreciation of the current global trends in tourist consumer behaviour is also included. The main focus of the module is the tourist decision process, but the inseparable nature of the product as an extended experience necessitates consideration of on-site consumption and post-experience behaviour. There will be site visits to local tourism organisations to familiarise students with practical examples from industry. Marketing Management for Travel and Tourism builds on the understanding of tourist demand developed in Tourist Consumer Behaviour, and examines the marketing management response. For travel and tourism, effective and creative marketing based on sound analysis is important both at the strategic and tactical level, and is relevant to the complete range of tourism sectors and categories. Students will work with the different elements of marketing including the marketing plan, and apply these ideas to different examples from the tourism industry. In raising students' critical appreciation of the complexities of marketing management in travel and tourism, key trends and issues will be explored, including the incorporation of sustainability into marketing management thinking. The module will draw on internal and external expertise in tourism marketing from academia and industry. Contemporary Issues in International Hospitality and Tourism Management provides you with the opportunity to develop a research specialism in climate change, entrepreneurship, environmental issues, finance, human resources, marketing, or the internet as applied to the international hospitality and tourism sector, or you can choose another contemporary topic from a wide range of options. In this module you will research a contemporary thematic area, critically analyse the literature and theory, and write an article suitable for publication in an academic journal. In undertaking this module you will work on your own with the support of an expert tutor. You can choose one elective from a choice of hospitality, tourism or business modules including Destination and Event Development, Interactive Skills in a Cross-Cultural Context, and Internet Strategies for Tourism Distribution. Other electives will also be available. Research Methods and Dissertation provides you with an introduction to research methods so that you are aware of the approaches, methodologies and resources available for your dissertation. The module enables you to design a research project that will ensure that you generate the information required to write the dissertation. You will develop the ability to critically review
  • 16. literature, to identify the gaps in knowledge and develop relevant research skills to facilitate data collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation and writing. The 20,000 word dissertation provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned and what you can do, and it shows whether you have the ability to work independently. You choose the hospitality or tourism management topic which you wish to study - this can be the same topic as your Contemporary Issues module or a different subject area. The sandwich mode comprises one year of full-time MSc taught study and one year of full-time supervised work experience. You have two options: • You can join the programme in January and take the Introduction to Work module. This provides 26 weeks of supervised work experience at an operative level in Oxford before starting the MSc taught component in September. You would then complete your year's work experience by taking the Manager in Development module after finishing the taught part of the programme. • You can take all of your work experience after studying the MSc taught component. The sandwich mode of study provides paid, supervised work experience to support your academic studies with a suitable international hospitality and tourism employer, and you carry out an assessed project for the company. To find out more about this course, please visit the Business School's website. • for information about the part-time mode, see part-time PDF • for information about the sandwich mode, see sandwich PDF. • Quality The reputation of the Business School is underpinned through membership of and programme accreditations received from the Association of MBAs, the Association of Business Schools, and professional associations such as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and the European Foundation for Management Development. The Business School is, therefore, widely regarded as one of the best within its peer group. The Business School's programmes benefit from rigorous quality assurance procedures and regularly receive excellent feedback from external examiners, employers, students and professional bodies. In 2005 Business and Management achieved 'Broad Confidence', the best possible result, in the discipline audit trail as part of the Quality Assurance Agency Institutional Audit. Many students who graduate from Business School programmes go on to achieve high status in the industry of their choice. Our research interests focus on the hospitality and tourism industry and we were recognised in the most recent research assessment exercise (RAE) as 'one of the leading hospitality research groups in the UK'. Our research areas include: • strategy, policy and performance of international hotel and resort groups • education, careers and development • diversity management • hospitality marketing • consumer satisfaction in tourism and hospitality • financial management decision making • environmental studies
  • 17. • food studies. All our lecturers have considerable industry experience and are active consultants/researchers. We publish our research in generic, hospitality and tourism academic journals and we author subject- specific textbooks. We enjoy supervising PhD students, many of whom were students on this master's programme before embarking on their own academic career. Credits and modules Oxford Brookes operates the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). All postgraduate single modules are equivalent to 10 ECTS credits, double modules to 20 ECTS credits, and treble modules to 30 ECTS credits. A full master's course will carry 90 ECTS credits. More about ECTS credits. Admission Entry requirements are normally a very good honours degree or equivalent. Entry will also be subject to two satisfactory references (one of these must be an academic reference). Applicants who have limited work experience in the hotel and tourism industry can join the sandwich mode and undertake the Introduction to Work module, which starts in January each year. If English is not your first language you will need to demonstrate that your level of English is appropriate for study at postgraduate level. In addition to the academic entry qualifications, applicants must have British Council IELTS minimum level 6.5 overall with a minimum level 6 in reading, speaking, understanding and writing, or an equivalent English language qualification acceptable to the University, for example a TOEFL score of 575 or above (paper-based), or 233 or above (computer-based), or 90 or above (internet-based). How to apply You apply for this course directly to the University. Conditions of acceptance When you accept our offer you agree to the conditions of acceptance. You should therefore read those conditions before accepting the offer. 4. International Hotel and Resort Management - MSc Accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development Accreditation System (EPAS) and by the Institute of Hospitality. The MSc in International Hotel and Resort Management provides an opportunity for honours graduates in hotel, tourism and management degree subjects, who have a minimum of one year's relevant work experience, to study at master's level. International hotel companies have developed into complex organisations managing a wide spectrum of ancillary services such as conferences, events, extended stay, leisure and sporting activities and time share management. Increasingly global companies like Four Seasons, Marriott, Millennium and Shangri-La describe themselves as international hotel and resort businesses. This well-established MSc programme has been redesigned to reflect contemporary trends, by incorporating ancillary services management into the curriculum and assessment, to better prepare our graduates for careers in the hotel and resort industry. You can choose to focus on a specific aspect of international hotel and resort management in your
  • 18. studies – for example entrepreneurship, environmental issues, finance, human resources, marketing, and the internet – or you can adopt a broader approach to your education. You can also focus on a specific sector of the industry in many of your modules. Our aim is to provide you with intellectual and professional development, and to develop your awareness of culture from multiple perspectives; these are essential qualities for effective international hotel and tourism management. There are options to specialise in several subjects including named awards in financial management, marketing or human resources. You will learn about approaches to management decision making, critical evaluation, reflective practice, and strategic and tactical analysis to solve international business problems in the hospitality and tourism industry. Hospitality and tourism education at Oxford Brookes University Business School has an excellent international reputation for quality and innovation in learning and teaching. Indeed, leading hospitality and tourism organisations visit the campus to recruit students; and our dedicated careers service and master's sandwich mode of study provide graduates with accelerated career opportunities. Teaching, learning and assessment The Oxford Brookes innovative learning experience on this MSc includes theatre role-plays in Strategic Management Accounting; creativity in hotel and resort brand design in Marketing Across Cultures; strong links between the Marketing Across Cultures and International Human Resource Management modules; building your own live-case study on a hospitality or tourism company in Strategic Management; and researching/writing an academic journal article in the Contemporary Issues module. Tutors involved in the programme are internationally renowned for their research and consultancy activities, and their excellent links with the hotel and tourism industry. They bring this expertise into the classroom to inform you of contemporary developments taking place in hospitality. Learning and teaching is very much student-centred, participative and interactive. You will take part in workshops, seminars, lectures, theatre role-plays, case study analysis and one-to- one tutorials. The full-time mode involves approximately 15 hours of staff contact time per week, but in addition there is a significant amount of independent and group study time. You will therefore be expected to take a great deal of responsibility for your own learning and to manage your time effectively. Assessment is based predominantly on individual coursework and the dissertation. Course content The following modules build upon your previous learning and work experience to enable you to develop a deeper understanding of the complexity of international hotel and resort management in today’s turbulent tourism environment: Strategic Management Accounting focuses on the use of financial information for managerial decision making in the international hotel and resort industry. The content includes an exploration of key financial issues, an appraisal of financial techniques and current developments applicable to managerial decision making. In a small group with other international students you will devise a theatre role-play to explain a current financial topic (to your fellow students). International Human Resource Management enables you to assess the international hotel and tourism environment so that you can make judgements about the most appropriate human resource
  • 19. management approaches to adopt in different situations. It also aims to increase your awareness of issues that need to be considered when companies decide to expand beyond their domestic market. You will learn how to develop a human resource strategy that supports your chosen market entry strategy for a hospitality company's expansion into a new country. You will also be introduced to a range of practical approaches for the management of people in contemporary organisations. Marketing Across Cultures introduces you to the concept of marketing within an international hotel and resort context. It provides you with conceptual frameworks to analyse the strategies of international hotel and resort companies. A key feature of the module is the emphasis on the cultural differences and similarities that international hospitality/resort operators have to understand if they are to develop effective global marketing strategies. Working in groups, you will carry out a non-assessed comparative research exercise into a country and market sector from a hotel/restaurant/resort marketing perspective. Your individual assignment involves a country market analysis and market entry strategy for a British hospitality brand's international expansion programme - and you design your own brand! Strategic Management in International Tourism Firms As strategic management is, by nature, inter-disciplinary, this module aims to integrate the knowledge you have gained about aspects of the management of hotel and tourism products/services from modules taken in the first semester. In a team you will research the historic and current business context of one sector of the international tourism industry and then individually you will build a case study for one of the leading companies in your sector. Finally, you will make recommendations for future strategy at executive board level. It is now widely recognised that an international manager must be more than operationally driven; indeed today's international manager must also be a strategic thinker in order to achieve the best performance results for an organisation on a worldwide basis. This module helps you to develop the ability to think strategically. Contemporary Issues in International Hospitality and Tourism Management provides you with the opportunity to develop a research specialism in climate change, entrepreneurship, environmental issues, finance, human resources, marketing, or the internet as applied to the international hospitality and resort sector, or you can choose another contemporary topic from a wide choice of options. In this module you will research a contemporary thematic area, critically analyse the literature and theory, and write an article suitable for publication in an academic journal. In undertaking this module you will work on your own with the support of an expert tutor. One elective You can choose one elective from a choice of hospitality, tourism or business modules including Destination and Event Development, Interactive Skills in a Cross-Cultural Context, or Internet Strategies for Tourism Distribution. Other electives will also be available. Research Methods and Dissertation provides you with an introduction to research methods so that you are aware of the approaches, methodologies and resources available for your dissertation. The module enables you to design a research project that will ensure that you generate the information required to write the dissertation. You will develop the ability to critically review literature, to identify the gaps in knowledge and develop relevant research skills to facilitate data collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation and writing. The 20,000-word dissertation provides you with the opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned and what you can do, and shows whether you have the ability to work independently. You choose the management topic which you wish to study - this can be the same topic as your Contemporary Issues module or a different subject area.
  • 20. The sandwich mode comprises one year of full-time MSc taught study and one year of full-time, supervised work experience. You have two options: • You can join the programme in January and take the Introduction to Work module. This provides 24 weeks of supervised work experience at an operative level in Oxford before starting the MSc taught component in September. You would then complete your year's work experience by taking the Manager in Development module after finishing the taught part of the programme. • You can take all of your work experience after studying on the MSc taught component. The sandwich mode of study provides paid, supervised work experience to support your academic studies with a suitable international hospitality and tourism employer, and you carry out an assessed project for the company. To find out more about this course, please visit the Business School's website. • for information about the part-time mode, see part-time PDF • for information about the sandwich mode, see sandwich PDF. • Quality The reputation of the Business School is underpinned through membership of and programme accreditations received from the Association of MBAs, the Association of Business Schools, and professional associations such as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and the European Foundation for Management Development. The Business School is, therefore, widely regarded as one of the best within its peer group. The Business School's programmes benefit from rigorous quality assurance procedures and regularly receive excellent feedback from external examiners, employers, students and professional bodies. In 2005 Business and Management achieved 'Broad Confidence', the best possible result, in the discipline audit trail as part of the Quality Assurance Agency Institutional Audit. Many students who graduate from Business School programmes go on to achieve high status in the industry of their choice. Our research interests focus on the hospitality and tourism industry and we were recognised in the most recent research assessment exercise (RAE) as 'one of the leading hospitality research groups in the UK'. Our research areas include: • strategy, policy and performance of international hotel and resort groups • education, careers and development • diversity management • hospitality marketing • consumer satisfaction in tourism and hospitality • financial management decision making • environmental studies • food studies. All our lecturers have considerable industry experience and are active consultants/researchers. We publish our research in generic, hospitality and tourism academic journals and we author subject- specific textbooks. We enjoy supervising PhD students, many of whom were students on this master's programme before embarking on their own academic career.
  • 21. Credits and modules Oxford Brookes operates the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). All postgraduate single modules are equivalent to 10 ECTS credits, double modules to 20 ECTS credits, and treble modules to 30 ECTS credits. A full master's course will carry 90 ECTS credits. More about ECTS credits. Admission Entry requirements are normally a very good honours degree in hotel, tourism and management (or equivalent) plus at least one year's work experience in the hotel and tourism industry. Entry will also be subject to two satisfactory references (one of these must be an academic reference). Applicants who have limited work experience in the hotel and tourism industry can join the sandwich mode and undertake the Introduction to Work module, which starts in January each year. If English is not your first language you will need to demonstrate that your level of English is appropriate for study at postgraduate level. In addition to the academic entry qualifications, applicants must have British Council IELTS minimum level 6.5 overall with a minimum level 6 in reading, speaking, understanding and writing, or an equivalent English language qualification acceptable to the University, for example a TOEFL score of 575 or above (paper-based), or 233 or above (computer-based), or 90 or above (internet-based). How to apply You apply for this course directly to the University. Conditions of acceptance When you accept our offer you agree to the conditions of acceptance. You should therefore read those conditions before accepting the offer. 5. MBA (specialism in Hotel and Tourism Management) - MBA Accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) This MBA programme with specialism in Hotel and Tourism Management is designed to satisfy the increasing demand worldwide for effective professional managers. Our aim is to prepare you for the challenges of senior management. It combines the very best of a general MBA with further specialist knowledge in the area of hospitality and tourism management. It is attractive to students who already have a background in the hotel and/or tourism industry. This specialism can be taken with the full-time or executive modes of study offered on the core MBA programme, subject to your ability to attend specialist electives taught on campus at Oxford Brookes during the week (for a current timetable, please contact the programme administrator). All managerial specialisms include an elective programme and a dissertation in your chosen area, but the degree title remains MBA. Teaching, learning and assessment Lectures and discussions, role-play exercises, learning packages and seminars will be linked with selected case studies and assignments to strengthen your practical analysis and decision-making skills. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills in team working through structured syndicate work and group assignments. Your learning experience will be greatly enhanced by the
  • 22. knowledge of life and work that you and your fellow students bring to discussion and debate. Course content The MBA attracts students from over 30 countries, most of whom significantly surpass the minimum entry requirements for the programme. Places are highly sought after and the number of applicants admitted is strictly limited to ensure a supportive, friendly learning environment for all. It begins in September with an induction designed to accelerate the process of developing participants into the MBA team. Students have various motives for studying their MBA on a full-time basis. For some it represents the fastest way of gaining the qualification and completing their formal education after some work experience. For others it may give them time and space to rethink their career strategy or to take time out to develop the strategic skills necessary to further their careers. This often applies to those charged with the responsibility of taking over a family business or others who have an outline idea for a new business and who wish to refine their thinking and appraise all options. Whatever your motivation we believe that successfully completing your MBA with us will increase your knowledge, skills, confidence and career options. It will be hard work but also fun. Studying full-time gives you the best opportunity to share experience with fellow international colleagues and enables you to focus full-time on your development to realise your potential. You will study the core modules of the MBA and then take the Contemporary Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Management elective. This enables you to undertake some original research into a hospitality and tourism management project, as well as helping you prepare for the submission of a dissertation that focuses on an area of the industry that particularly interests you. Electives are reviewed each year and may run at different times. It is therefore advisable to check the timings with the course administrator at the time of application. Quality The reputation of the Business School is underpinned through membership of and programme accreditations received from the Association of MBAs, the Association of Business Schools, and professional associations such as the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and the European Foundation for Management Development. The Business School is, therefore, widely regarded as one of the best within its peer group. The Business School's programmes benefit from rigorous quality assurance procedures and regularly receive excellent feedback from external examiners, employers, students and professional bodies. In 2005 Business and Management achieved 'Broad Confidence', the best possible result, in the discipline audit trail as part of the Quality Assurance Agency Institutional Audit. Many students who graduate from Business School programmes go on to achieve high status in the industry of their choice. The Business School has an active programme of research based around four key research areas: • accounting, governance and accountability • human resource management and organisational behaviour • international strategy and policy • marketing and operations. In addition, there are three cross-area themes:
  • 23. • hospitality, leisure and tourism management • entrepreneurship • small and medium-sized enterprises. The School maintains a rigorous and dynamic doctoral programme leading to the higher degrees of MPhil and PhD. Postgraduate students join a supportive, friendly and multicultural research environment. They have access to dedicated research suites providing workspaces, computers and storage and a range of supporting activities such as seminars and an annual residential research methods programme. Credits and modules Oxford Brookes operates the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). All postgraduate single modules are equivalent to 10 ECTS credits, double modules to 20 ECTS credits, and treble modules to 30 ECTS credits. A full master's course will carry 90 ECTS credits. More about ECTS credits. Admission Normally a minimum of three years' managerial or professional experience, plus a good honours degree or a Postgraduate Certificate in Management. Mature candidates with substantial managerial experience will also be considered. We welcome applications from candidates with a Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) score and we reserve the right to ask candidates to support their application with a GMAT. In addition, applicants whose first language is not English must also demonstrate that their level of English is high enough to study at postgraduate level, by achieving a score in a recognised test such as: • British Council IELTS: minimum level 6.5 overall and 6.0 in the reading and writing components • TOEFL score of 575 or above (paper-based), or 233 or above (computer-based), or 90 or above (internet-based), and ideally at least 4.5 in the TWE option. • How to apply You apply for this course directly to the University. Conditions of acceptance When you accept our offer you agree to the conditions of acceptance. You should therefore read those conditions before accepting the offer. 6. 录取方式及联系方式 Contact us Graduate Office +44 (0) 1865 484244 pgt-admin@brookes.ac.uk Admissions Office Oxford Brookes University Headington, Oxford OX3 0BP United Kingdom
  • 24. tel: +44 (0) 1865 483040 fax: +44 (0) 1865 483983 admissions@brookes.ac.uk Related links • application for 2007 entry (PDF) • application for 2008 entry (PDF) • online Prospects application form Manchester Metropolitan 1. 学校网址: http://www.mmu.ac.uk/courses/process.php 2. 可 选 专 业 : MSc Hospitality Management ; MA Strategic Hospitality Management ; MA Strategic Tourism Management ; MSc International Tourism Management ( 由 于 选择很多,具体专业请查看学校网页) 3. 申请 Taught Courses Applications for all courses, other than the PGCE (see below) and where indicated in the course entry, should be made on the standard application form which can be downloaded or is available from the Admissions Section in the Student Registry or the University department offering the course in which you are interested (the relevant telephone number is given at the end of the course entries). You should normally submit the following with your application: • Copies of your academic transcripts and degree certificates with appropriate certified translations if in a language other than English; • A personal statement. • Two references, at least one of which should be an academic reference; • Evidence of English Language proficiency relevant to the course where your degree was not taught in English. • Additional information including supplementary application exercises, portfolio, resume/ Curriculum vitae or evidence of relevant work experience depending on the course. If you require advice on any aspect of your application you should contact the relevant department or the Admissions Section in the Academic Division on 0161-247 2966. 4. 联系方式 General Enquiries Manchester Metropolitan University All Saints Building All Saints Manchester
  • 25. M15 6BH Tel: +44 (0)161 247 2000 Fax: +44 (0)161 247 6390 E-mail enquiries@mmu.ac.uk Plymouth 1. 学 校 网 址 : http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/taught/2413/MSc %2FPgDip+Tourism+and+Hospitality+Management 2. 可选专业: MSc/PgDip Tourism and Hospitality Management 3. 专业信息 Aim of the programme This programme combines a theoretical understanding of tourism issues and their management with practical methods of analysis. You will acquire an understanding of the policies, strategies and leadership aspects required of the international tourism and hospitality industry. Those who possess a comprehensive knowledge and/or experience of working in the service sector will find that this programme improves their understanding, analysis and management skills. Programme highlights • Suitable for those with experience of the service sector • Programme is designed to equip future tourism and hospitality industry leaders • Develops your knowledge at both strategic and operational levels • Staged progress to Masters degree The curriculum, without options, has been specifically designed to enable students to receive a balanced programme that considers the management of tourism and hospitality taught by subject specialists at both strategic and local levels. View the Tourism and Hospitality brochure. (PDF format 573 kb) Download a Postgraduate Application Form (PDF format 259 kb) What our students say See what Natalie thinks of our MSc Tourism and Hospitality course. Further study, research and employment opportunities The skill"s areas students will develop during the course of the programme include: people management, communication, information and data synthesis, critical analysis, planning and management, research, marketing, and customer service. These skills are built upon and developed through the course structure so that by the time the taught elements of the programme are
  • 26. completed students are well equipped to take on the challenge of a tourism and/or hospitality based dissertation. Students who graduate from the programme would be prepared to further their careers in the public and private service sector environments in a range of positions including: consultant, marketing manager, staff manager, development officer, researcher, or project manager. Fees and scholarships UK and EU - full time - £3,950 Overseas and Channel Islands students - full time - £9,850 UK and EU - part time - £220 per 10 credit module for modules taken in 08/09 Fees are for the 2008/09 academic year with a modest increase expected for 2009/10 Find out if you are eligible for one of our scholarships or discounts. General programme structure Our programme has been designed for those people wishing to develop their careers to a very high executive level within the international tourism and hospitality industry. It follows a precisely defined route and is delivered by an industry-experienced team of specialist academic staff. It covers those areas deemed most crucial for your career development. You follow modules through postgraduate diploma level and will complete your masters by working on a major individual research project. Throughout your time you will explore current issues, strategic hospitality management, managing people, research methods and analysis, marketing, and disaster and crisis management. You also learn to assess your own self-development and develop your team leadership and presentation skills. The programme has been designed for full-time study and to be completed within one year, although part-time study opportunities are available. There are two taught periods, October to December and January to March, followed by a long third period of five months April to September, in which you will prepare, work on and complete your masters dissertation. Detailed programme structure You will learn about: • Specialist contemporary subject areas within tourism and hospitality • Strategic frameworks for managing hospitality operations, performance indicators and customer care • Managing people • Research methods and analysis • Views and implications of sustainability, traditional and small-scale tourism • Marketing management • Disaster and crisis management • Individual research project submitted as a Masters dissertation Modules for this programme Learning and assessment The MSc programme is structured to be studied full time over one year, but is also available in
  • 27. part-time mode through selection of individual study units called modules. Modules are of universal size (20 credits) with the exception of the dissertation, which is 60 credits. The academic year is divided into three periods. Up to 60 taught credits may be taken in each of Periods 1 and 2; successful completion results in either the award of a Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits) or progression to the MSc degree through an additional 60 dissertation credits taken in the summer semester. Students with more than 60 credits but less than 120 may be offered a Postgraduate Certificate under the university"s Academic Regulations. In full-time mode the taught components of the PgDip and MSc will be delivered over two periods. Period 1 will start in early October and finish in mid-December. Period 2 will start in early January, finishing in mid March. Provisional results from the first two periods will be available following the June subject panels. Students will be counselled on progress at the end of Period 1 and Period 2. The MSc research project will take place in Period 3, immediately following period 2, and be completed by mid-September of the following year. Assessment Philosophy The pattern of assessment is designed to provide feedback on student"s progress and level of achievement for both the students themselves and the module leaders; in particular: • to ensure that students achieve the depth and breadth of study appropriate to a postgraduate programme; • to aid the learning process by providing opportunities for students to test and develop their knowledge and skills as the programme unfolds; • to increase the student"s enthusiasm for the subjects under study and encourage them to want to learn more; and • to integrate theory and practice. Methods of Assessment A range of assessment methods, including seen and unseen examinations, essays, reports, case- studies, and oral presentations will be used to measure student performance academically and in relation to experiences in the workplace. Details are provided in the module handbooks. 4. 录取条件 Entry requirements Students would normally be expected to have a good honours degree in any subject. Those with relevant work experience will also be considered for entry. Duration 1 year full time 5. 联系信息 Contact email ssb.graduateoffice@plymouth.ac.uk
  • 28. Contact details The Marketing and Admissions Office Faculty of Social Science and Business University of Plymouth Drake Circus Plymouth PL4 8AA United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1752 585500 Brighton 1. 学校网站: http://courses.brighton.ac.uk/ 2. 可选专业: hospitality management- MA; tourism management – MA 3. hospitality management- MA Hospitality Management MA (PGCert PGDip) This course focuses on management development in the global hospitality industry - not only addressing core business and management subjects, but also hospitality as a global phenomenon and how it is consumed by cultures and societies. The course is ideally suited for graduates wishing to increase their knowledge in a specialist sector, people in the early stages of their careers looking to develop them further, or for people seeking a change in career direction. The university is one of the founding corporate members of the Institute of Customer Service, and currently remains the only university with membership. We are therefore able to access a very high-profile industry network, including many 'blue chip' organisations. The school was rated as excellent with a QAA score of 22/24 in October 2001. Professional Accreditation Designed in consultation with the hospitality industry, the course draws on expertise from some of the world's leading authorities on human resource management and hospitality law. It shares some management components with the MA Tourism degree, recently accredited by the World Tourism Organisation. Subject areas Management subjects address key issues of strategy, marketing, operations, human resources and financial planning, studied in parallel with international hospitality development, trends, food, health and environmental policy. Options include international law and multi-unit management. Students acquire research skills which they can apply to academic or industrial projects. Study pattern Full-time students attend workshops on two days per week over two semesters. The part-time
  • 29. route requires one day per week over four semesters. Teaching methods include group work, case studies and self-managed learning. Career Opportunities Graduates are often fast-tracked into senior management, operational or consultancy positions within the hospitality industry, both in the UK and overseas. Syllabus Services Marketing Strategic Management for Service Businesses Managing Service Operations Critical Issues in Hospitality Dissertation / Research Methods Options International Hospitality Development Hospitality Consultancy Environmental Policy in the Hospitality Industry Contemporary Issues in the Cruise Industry International Hospitality and Tourism Law Human Resource Strategy and Multi-unit Management 4. 录取条件 IELTS (English proficiency): 6.5 overall and 6 in writing. Degree and/or experience: The course offers flexible entry requirements and as such has no specific subject requirements. Students with non-relevant qualifications may be asked to complete a short portfolio prior to commencing the course. Honours degree or equivalent. HND or equivalent plus at least 5 years relevant industry experience. Other applicants with extensive industry experience will be considered on an individual basis. 5. 联系方式 Location: Eastbourne Contact: 01273 643645 service.management@brighton.ac.uk 6. tourism management – MA Designed in consultation with tourism experts, this course investigates the manner in which tourism is consumed and its impact on host societies, economies and the environment. Sustainable tourism development is critical and the course focuses on methods to ensure that the resources which attract visitors are not destroyed in the process. The course is ideally suited to people wishing to increase their knowledge in a specialist sector, who are in the early stages of their careers looking to develop them further, or are seeking a change of direction.
  • 30. The university is one of the founding corporate members of the Institute of Customer Service and is currently the only university with membership. We are therefore able to access a very high- profile industry network, including many 'blue chip' organisations. The school was rated as excellent with a QAA score of 22/24 in October 2001. The course draws heavily on the school's international research programme. Professional Accreditation One of only two postgraduate tourism courses in the UK to have World Tourism Organisation (WTO) accreditation. Graduates become members of the WTO. Subject areas Core management studies including strategy, operations management, finance, marketing and human resources, are integrated with tourism-specific modules such as travel management, planning and consultancy. Research skills are applicable to both academic or industrial projects. Students are also required to complete a dissertation. Study pattern Full-time students are expected to attend workshops on two days per week over two semesters. Students on the part-time route attend one day per week over four semesters. Students benefit from a range of teaching methods including group work, case studies and self-managed learning. Support is offered by tutorials and small group seminars. Career Opportunities Graduates are often fast-tracked into senior management, planning and development or consultancy positions with tourism-related organisations, both in the UK and overseas. Syllabus Managing Service Operations Services Marketing Strategic Management for Service Businesses Critical Issues in Tourism Dissertation / Research Methods Options Travel, Trade and Transport Management Anthropology of Tourism Tourism Consultancy Contemporary Issues in the Cruise Industry International Hospitality and Tourism Law Human Resource Strategy and Multi-unit Management 7. 录取条件 Entry requirements: IELTS (English proficiency): 6.5 overall and 6 in writing. Degree and/or experience: The course offers flexible entry requirements and as such has no specific subject requirements. Students with non-relevant qualifications may be asked to complete a short portfolio prior to commencing the course. Honours degree or equivalent. HND or equivalent plus at least 5 years relevant industry experience. Other applicants with extensive industry experience will be
  • 31. considered on an individual basis. 8. 联系方式 Location: Eastbourne Contact: 01273 643067 service.management@brighton.ac.uk Bournemouth 1. 学校网站: http://courses.bournemouth.ac.uk/SubjectArea.aspx?subject=57 2. 可选专业: Hospitality Management, BA (Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management (Top-up), BA (Hons) International Hospitality Management (Top-up), BA (Hons) International Tourism Management (Top-up), BA (Hons) Leisure Marketing, BA (Hons) Tourism Management, BA (Hons) (具体信息请看网站) 3. 申请过程 How to apply If you want to study for a postgraduate qualification, you can apply directly to Bournemouth University (BU) using the direct application form. You can complete the form electronically and email it to us, or print it out, complete it by hand and post it. ________________________________________ Depending on the version of Adobe Reader you have installed you will be able to do the following: • Download Direct Application form for Adobe Reader 8 and above - With this version you can fill out the the form, save typed data into the form, e-mail it to us or print it out and post it • Download Direct Application form all other versions - With this version you can print out the form and complete it by hand. To download the latest version of Adobe Reader please visit Adobe If you would like further advice about using Adobe Reader to complete your form please contact:
  • 32. pdfquery@bournemouth.ac.uk Advice on how to fill out the Direct Application form, as well as the address to send it to, can be found on the Direct Application Process page. 4. 录取要求 Academic entry requirements Academic entry requirements vary and will depend on the course you wish to study. For further information take a look at the course information in the Courses Search. We accept a wide range of international qualifications. For information about how your qualifications relate to those in the UK, we suggest taking a look at the NARIC (National Academic Recognition Information Centre) website. In all cases, we consider students on the basis of their whole application and on evidence of their ability to benefit from the course and to complete it successfully. Take a look at our country specific information which identifies entry requirements applicable to a particular country. Taught Postgraduate (Masters) Degrees For admission to a Masters Degree, you should normally have a good Bachelors (Honours) Degree or Advanced Diploma, which requires at least 3 years of university-level study, or an equivalent professional qualification. Research Degrees The usual requirement for embarking on a degree by research is a Master Degree. However, applicants may also demonstrate by publications or academic references that they are capable of working for a research degree. The majority of candidates initially register for the award of MPhil (Master of Philosophy). Direct entry to a PhD can be considered for applicants with a Masters Degree in a relevant subject. European Credit Transfer Scheme (ECTS) If you are studying a postgraduate course in an EU country your qualification will probably be graded using ECTS. BU accepts ECTS credits for entry to its courses. Two BU academic credits is equivalent to one ECTS credit. 5. 联系方法 Bournemouth University Fern Barrow Talbot Campus Poole Dorset BH12 5BB UK Email: enquiries@bournemouth.ac.uk Tel: +44 (0)1202 524111 Fax: +44 (0)1202 962736