Bachelor of Tourism Management (Hons) Undergraduate Program By HELP University |Top Universities
Tuitionfee

16,444 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Hospitality and Leisure ManagementMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Hospitality and Leisure Management

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The programme is designed to produce graduates with an in-depth grasp of concepts and perspectives in the tourism industry, who are able to source, analyse and critically evaluate information on physical features, attractions and the impact of events on the environment. The programme is developed to be industry focused so that graduates can function effectively as active professionals and are able to promote tourism at different levels – local and worldwide. The areas of specialisation in this programme are travel, event, recreation and entertainment management. Tourism as a career offers many opportunities. It provides employment to millions of people directly and indirectly. This industry has an enormous scope and is growing and generating jobs for qualified job seekers. The industry has something to offer for almost everyone and can absorb people with diverse skills. The hospitality and tourism industries are very people-oriented. If interacting with new people is what you love and you take pride in making people happy, then this could be your career choice.

Program overview

Main Subject

Hospitality and Leisure Management

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

The programme is designed to produce graduates with an in-depth grasp of concepts and perspectives in the tourism industry, who are able to source, analyse and critically evaluate information on physical features, attractions and the impact of events on the environment. The programme is developed to be industry focused so that graduates can function effectively as active professionals and are able to promote tourism at different levels – local and worldwide. The areas of specialisation in this programme are travel, event, recreation and entertainment management. Tourism as a career offers many opportunities. It provides employment to millions of people directly and indirectly. This industry has an enormous scope and is growing and generating jobs for qualified job seekers. The industry has something to offer for almost everyone and can absorb people with diverse skills. The hospitality and tourism industries are very people-oriented. If interacting with new people is what you love and you take pride in making people happy, then this could be your career choice.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

50+
5+

Applicants must have one of the following Entry requirements:

HELP Foundation in Arts / Foundation in Science

Minimum CGPA score of 2.0 out of 4.0**

HELP Diploma in Business

Minimum CGPA score of 2.0 out of 4.0**

STPM

2 Cs**

A-Level

2 passes

Senior Middle 3 (UEC)

5 B’s***

CPU

5 passes with a minimum average of 50%

Australian Matriculation Programmes

University Aggregate of 50% or ATAR score of at least 50 for various programmes

Equivalent qualification

Jan
Mar

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

16,444 USD
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International Students

16,444 USD
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