Travel and Tourism BTEC
Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma (3 A Levels)
Level 3 BTEC National Diploma (2 A Levels)
Level 3 BTEC National Extended Certificate (1 A Level)
Do you love travel? Did you know that you could make a career out of it in the dynamic, diverse and expanding Travel & Tourism industry? Memories of travel can last a lifetime and all travellers need the help of those who work in the Travel and Tourism industry to ensure their trips run smoothly. If you enjoy learning through practical, work-related activities and completing assignments based on realistic workplace situations, then the BTEC Travel and Tourism course is for you. You will study Global Destinations, the Customer Experience, Marketing, Business Operations, and Current Issues.
Higher Education Destinations:
- Manchester Metropolitan University – Tourism Management
- The University of Chester – Events Management and Tourism
- The University Of Salford – Business and Tourism Management with Professional Experience
- Leeds Beckett University – International Tourism Management
There are a wide range of tourism and management-related HE courses available, as well as Marketing, Event Management and Hospitality courses, or you can find employment in the industry
with a variety of UK and worldwide employers. Travel and Tourism also teaches you a range of transferable skills, including teamwork, research and organisation skills.
We prefer applicants to have a general interest in Travel and Tourism.
Student Case Studies:
“I’ve enjoyed studying Travel and Tourism because it’s a very interesting subject which is relevant to my chosen career and because all the teachers are friendly and help you as much as they can. When I leave OSFC I’m planning to go on to Leeds Metropolitan University to study Events Management.”
“I’ve found the Travel and Tourism course to be interesting and fun. There is a comfortable atmosphere and the tutors have all been very encouraging and helpful. I would definitely recommend it to other students who are considering a career in the industry. When I leave I’m hoping to find a job as cabin crew, or perhaps move into acting.”