Sustainable Tourism Management BA(Hons)
Be part of the future of tourism on this innovative course, delivered in partnership with the Eden Project. Based in one of the UK’s leading visitor destinations for your final year, you’ll learn about the environmental impact of tourism, and how to manage sustainable tourism.
|Course Duration||2 years|
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This course is new for entry year 2020.
Combining the expertise and knowledge of our School of Entrepreneurship with the visionary and pioneering Eden Project, this course offers a unique approach, with sustainability at its core.
You’ll be at the heart of the action from day one; taking part in regular live team projects, destination visits and multiple micro- placements with local and global partners across a wide range of tourism sectors including coastal, eco, adventure, garden and cultural tourism.
You’ll grow your professional network and learn to tackle the social, environmental and market challenges of travel and tourism, at home and internationally, whilst studying in Cornwall - a major tourist destination.
- Spend your second year studying at the Eden Project, a globally-recognised leader in sustainability.
- Get the chance to work on a live project in an international tourism destination, with your travel and accommodation expenses funded as part of the course.
- Undertake a minimum of six micro-placements at the Eden Project and various other locations.
- Develop a sustainable approach to management in the globally expanding tourism industry.
- Explore the moral and political pressures of tourism and how to manage them sustainably.
- Be industry-ready with a full degree in just two years.
We regret that this course is currently not available to non-EU applicants who’d require a Tier 4 Student Visa.