Travel and Tourism degrees

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Studying about Travel and Tourism

Travel and tourism degrees can range from airport management, hospitality management or the travel and tourism industry. During your studies you will be equipped with the practical skills necessary to have a career within the industry, with some degrees even offering the chance for a work placement. Given the global nature of the industry, you won't be short of graduate options to pick from, whether it be as a tourism officer, within a travel agency, as a hotel manager or in event management.

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