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Travel & Tourism

The Travel and Tourism sector continues to grow at a rapid pace, with the amount of travel undertaken by individuals for both leisure and business purposes continuing to rise.

An expansion in the short-break market has led to a growth in regional airports in the UK and across Europe and a rise in the number of new hospitality enterprises including health spas and boutique hotels.
This rapid expansion has led to a huge demand for a more flexibly skilled workforce. Although Covid19 has had a huge impact this year, it is expected that the industry will bounce back in the future with many new and exciting opportunities.

Aireville Campus
Study Location
1-2 Years
depending on Level
How your qualification is made up

Entry Requirements

  • Level 3 – 5 GCSEs grade 9-4 including English or maths
  • Level 2 – 4 GCSEs grade 9-3 including English & maths GCSEs grade 9-2

What you will study

  • Holiday destinations
  • Customer service
  • Employment within the travel and tourism industry
  • Aviation & Airports

(Units may be subject to change)

  • The World of Travel & Tourism
  • Global Destinations
  • Principles of Marketing in Travel & Tourism
  • Events, Conferences & Exhibitions
  • Managing the Customer Experience
  • Travel & Tourism Enterprises
  • Researching Current Travel Trends
  • Key Issues in Travel & Tourism
  • Recruitment & Selection In Travel & Tourism

What's Next?

Further Study

  • Travel Operations FD
  • Event Management FD


  • Airline Customer Service Agent
  • Overseas Travel Representative
  • Tour Operator Employment
  • Hotel Management
  • Cruise Ship Steward
  • Visitor Attraction Management
Select your preferred study programme (subject). You can make 2 choices now and make a final decision in June. We will give you a conditional offer based on your predicted/actual GCSEs.
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