Outdoor Recreation and Adventure Tourism BA (Hons)
University of Derby, Derby


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Rank 28 th / 49 for Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism

UK fees £8600 per year Study mode Full Time
UCAS code NN2W U Duration 3 years
Qualification BA (Hons)

Entry requirements

Typical UCAS points

260

Exams Grades / Points Detailed entry requirements
A Level contact institution Min. units required: 2. Min. units preferred: 3.
SQA Higher contact institution contact institution
SQA Advanced Higher contact institution contact institution
Tariff Points 260 Min. points from A level or equivalent: 220.

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£8600

UK FEES

£9975

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Financial support at University of Derby

On-Campus accommodation

£3,720-£4,384

Per year

Where?

University of Derby
Kedleston Road
Derby
DE22 1GB
United Kingdom

Nearest station: 1.8 miles away

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Tourism, Transport, Travel and others in Business and Administrative studies

Your qualification

Graduates with a 2:1 or above 71%
Enrolled students who continued after year one 50%

Graduate prospects

% of graduates in employment or further study 81%
Average salary for people studying Tourism, Transport, Travel and others in Business and Administrative studies after 6 months £16,000
Average salary for people studying Tourism, Transport, Travel and others in Business and Administrative studies after 40 months £20,000
Average salary for people studying Tourism, Transport, Travel and others in Business and Administrative studies at University of Derby after 6 months £15,000

Previous study

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As students will study more than one A level, the percentages for previous subjects studied will add up to more than 100%.

A-levels taken by students who study this subject

1 Geography 17%
2 General Studies 15%
3 Biology 13%
4 Psychology 13%
5 Physical Education 11%
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University of Derby

Next Open day 22-Nov-14
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Rank 84th

Student stats

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  • 70 : 30Full time: Part time
  • 92 : 8UK: International
  • 79 : 21Undergraduate : Postgraduate
  • 46 : 54School Leavers : Mature students
  • 5,395Number of students

Graduate prospects

  • 89% % in job or further study

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