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Why this course?The Department of Marketing at Strathclyde is recognised as one of the leading centres of marketing education and research in the UK.This course will help you develop the skills for a variety of marketing and management careers. You’ll understand customer requirements, added-value products and services and the role of communications in customer satisfaction.Studying Hospitality & Tourism Management opens doors to the largest and fast-growing sector of the economy.This degree
Why this course?
The Department of Marketing at Strathclyde is recognised as one of the leading centres of marketing education and research in the UK.
This course will help you develop the skills for a variety of marketing and management careers. You’ll understand customer requirements, added-value products and services and the role of communications in customer satisfaction.
Studying Hospitality & Tourism Management opens doors to the largest and fast-growing sector of the economy.
This degree will prepare you for leadership roles in this dynamic industry which generates £5 billion to the Scottish economy and creates one in 10 jobs. You’ll have the skills to manage operations and business across a range of industries including hospitality, tourism and events.
On graduating, you may be able to apply for membership of professional bodies such as the Institute of Hospitality, the Institute of Travel & Tourism, Tourism Society or the Royal Geographical Society.
The majority of classes involve a final unseen exam which is normally at the end of the semester. This is normally supplemented by one of more forms of individual and/or group coursework.
Grades / Points required
Not currently available, please contact university for up to date information.
Grades / Points required
32 - 30
Students need to have A level and also to meet the English Language, For applicants whose first language is not English, we accept a variety of English language tests (e.g. IELTS – normally a minimum overall grade of 6.5 overall (no individual band less than 5.5) and they are listed on our International Entry Requirements page.
Students need to have IB and also to meet the English Language, For applicants whose first language is not English, we accept a variety of English language tests (e.g. IELTS – normally a minimum overall grade of 6.5 overall (no individual band less than 5.5) and they are listed on our International Entry Requirements page.