2 Webinar content Bournemouth University overview School of Tourism overview Our course portfolio Work placements Research in the School of Tourism Bournemouth University International College Entry requirements Scholarships Support available Bournemouth Q & A
3 A Top University Awarded a Queen s Anniversary Prize for Higher & Further Education 89% of graduates employed/in further study within six months of graduating* BU has over 17,000 students including 2,000 international students from 100 different countries Dedicated international support *Destination of Higher Education Leavers Survey 2012/13
5 School of Tourism School of Tourism overview Highlights Our School comprises six areas of study: Tourism Events & Leisure Sport Management Hospitality Management Retail Management A leading centre for education and research in its field UN World Tourism Organisation (WTO) Centre for Excellence High quality, industry-focused courses with international recognition Paid work placements available on our postgraduate courses.
6 School of Tourism: the numbers 2,200 Undergraduate students 190 Postgraduate students 35 PhDs completed in the last year 91 Academic staff 8 Professors 70+ Books authored by our staff 240 Consultancy & research projects undertaken in the last year 100+ Events & professional engagement activities undertaken by staff & students
7 Journals & publications BU is home to three of the world's top 10 tourism journals, Tourism Management, International Journal of Tourism Research and Tourism Economics, and the leading international textbook, Tourism Principles and Practice.
8 Our course portfolio Our courses aim at providing: academic content geared to the professions a student-centred learning environment emphasis on intellectual achievement and employability real business experience an international perspective: o o o international students international study opportunities units with an international focus
9 Our course portfolio Postgraduate courses MSc Tourism Management MSc Tourism Management & Marketing MSc Sustainable Tourism Planning MSc International Hospitality & Tourism Management MSc Hotel & Food Services Management MSc Events Management MSc Events Marketing MSc Retail Management & Marketing MSc Sports Management Key facts months full-time Placement option available September or January start Study 6 units plus a dissertation Course fees UK/EU: 7,000 Non-EU: 13,000 5% early bird discount on fees if you pay your tuition fee before or within seven days of enrolment
10 MSc Tourism Management January 2015 September 2015 This course reviews a range of key issues, challenges and developments in tourism management, with particular focus on the relationships between tourism and the wider economic, environmental and socio-cultural context. Course content Tourism & Hospitality Principles & Practice Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Tourism, Management & Society Managing Visitor Attractions Choice of one optional unit Dissertation Career opportunities Tour operators Aviation and cruise industries Hotel chains Government tourism ministries
11 MSc Tourism Management & Marketing January 2015 September 2015 The course aims to establish your understanding of the principles of tourism marketing management, providing you with a framework upon which to understand business development and marketing planning. Specifically, it examines the relationships between the customer experience and marketing organisations, research planning, budgeting, marketing strategies and communication. Course content Tourism & Hospitality Principles & Practice Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Marketing for Tourism & Hospitality etourism Choice of one optional unit Dissertation Career Opportunities Senior management and marketing roles in destination management and marketing organisations Airlines Tour operation companies Marketing research Branding agencies and consultancies.
12 MSc Sustainable Tourism Planning January 2015 September 2015 Sustainable Tourism Planning is a crucial topic for the global tourism industry, worldwide destinations, government authorities (local, regional and national levels), academic institutions as well as planning and policy makers in international organisations. Career opportunities International, national and regional agencies Private sector development and management companies Course content Tourism & Hospitality Principles & Practice Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Critical Issues in Tourism Development & Planning Tourism Impacts & Management Choice of one optional unit Dissertation
13 MSc International Hospitality & Tourism Management January 2015 September 2015 This course is intended to provide you with both an advanced understanding of the Hospitality and Tourism industry as well as a managerial perspective of how to run such operations. Course content Tourism & Hospitality Principles and Practice Managing Organisations Business Strategy & Finance Hospitality Operations Management Issues in International Hospitality & Tourism Management Choice of one optional unit Dissertation Career opportunities Food & Beverage Associate Online Marketing Executive Front of House Supervisor Assistant Manager Sales & Export Manager Business Development & Marketing Manager Research Assistant
14 MSc Hotel & Food Services Management January 2015 September 2015 This Master's degree is intended to provide you with both an advanced understanding of the Hotel and Food Services industries as well as a managerial perspective of how to run such operations. The emphasis of this course is on accommodation management, food and drink and the food service sector. Course content Tourism & Hospitality Principles and Practice Managing Organisations Business Strategy & Finance Hospitality Operations Management Issues in International Hotel & Food Service Management Choice of one additional option Dissertation Career opportunities Food & Beverage Associate Online Marketing Executive Front of House Supervisor Assistant Manager Sales & Export Manager Business Development & Marketing Manager Research Assistant
15 MSc Events Management January 2015 September 2015 This course will provide you with the opportunity to develop skills essential for working in the events sector, using theories and processes of project and operational management. You will learn about the entire event management cycle, including planning, design, implementation and evaluation of a variety of events. Career opportunities Events & festivals Event management companies Hotels Visitor attractions Sports clubs Charities PR companies Course content Events Principles & Practice Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Events Management Project Management for Events Choice of one optional unit Dissertation
16 MSc Events Marketing September 2015 This course focuses on events marketing, defined as the use of events for marketing purposes. In a competitive marketing environment, organisations are now marketing through events, whereby events are used as an integral part of the marketing communications mix. The event is not the end itself, but a means to achieve a product s or brand s marketing objectives. Career opportunities Marketing Director Brand Manager Campaign Manager Event Manager Events Executive Marketing Executive Marketing Events Executive Internal Communications Executive Course content Managing Organisations Business Strategy & Finance Event Marketing Communication Events Principles and Practice Contemporary Events Marketing Choice of one additional unit Dissertation
17 MSc Retail Management & Marketing January 2015 September 2015 Retailing is one of the largest sectors in the world economy. In some countries it is well established with large multinational companies constantly evolving to attract customer spending. This course deals with the practical development and application of the key operational aspects of retailing, and will help you to understand the contemporary retail environment and examine topical issues related to retail management. Career opportunities Store Management Operations Management Supply Chain Management Marketing Human Resources Marketing Buying Finance Course content Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Retail Marketing & Consumer Behaviour Retail Business Development Retail Principles & Practice Choice of one optional unit Dissertation
18 MSc Sport Management September 2015 The growth of the sport industry has prompted the need for a more professional and commercial orientation to the management of sport. You will develop a higher level understanding of management principles and their application to the sport industry. Career opportunities Sport Development Sport Facility Management Sport Marketing Sport event management Sport consultancy Course content Business Strategy & Finance Managing Organisations Sport Principles & Practice Consuming Sport Facility Planning & Design Choice of one optional unit Dissertation
19 Delivery & assessment Range of delivery methods, including E-Learning Active and interactive learning environment Emphasis on Self-Managed Learning Units assessed via coursework Wide range of assessment methods used Combination of individual and group work
20 Study support Weekly study support lectures Topics covered: analysing titles, essay-writing, report-writing, referencing Weekly tutorial slots also provided High level of care shown to students: Programme leader Programme administrators Unit tutors
21 Work placements All our postgraduate courses offer the opportunity to undertake a work placement I achieved so much throughout my placement, working for a great international company and helping me climb the next level in my career. Amit Ashok Pandit, India o o o o o Minimum 30-weeks full-time Start your placement after the taught units are complete 3,000 reflective essay CAS issued for 24 months Help from experienced placements office staff - you ll attend a ten-week block of seminars, covering writing a CV and a covering letter, completing an application form, performing well in interviews and writing reflectively.
22 Where do students go on placement
23 Real-world research Research is integral to all that we do at BU, all of our students being taught by people undertaking research and it feeding back into courses
24 Research degrees Research degrees Masters by Research (MRes) Master of Philosophy (Mphil) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) We welcome applications for projects linked to any of our research areas BU provides a range of fully-funded and match-funded PhD studentships to support outstanding candidates For more information about our research themes and academic expertise, visit: /research
25 Bournemouth University International College Our courses Pre-Master s Master s Enhancement Programme Pre-sessional English for University Study Programme Preparatory English tuition
26 Entry requirements All courses Bachelor Honours degree 2:2 or equivalent (all subjects considered); IELTS (Academic) 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in each component) or successful completion of the Presessional English for University Study Programme. MSc Events Marketing IELTS (Academic) 6.5 (minimum 5.5 in each component) or successful completion of the Presessional English for University Study Programme.
27 Scholarships January 2015 UK/EU students Academic Excellence Scholarship - 2,000 BU Santander scholarship - 5,000 BU Dean s scholarship -25% or 50% tuition fee reduction BU sports scholarship - up to 5,000 BU music scholarship - up to 1,000 Non-EU students BU Santander Scholarship - 5,000 Academic Excellence Scholarship - 3,000 BU Dean s Scholarship - 25% or 50% tuition fee reduction
28 Scholarships September 2015 UK/EU students* Academic Excellence Scholarship - worth 2,000 BU Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship - most promising postgraduate applicant 100% tuition fee waiver BU sports scholarships - up to 5,000 BU music scholarships - up to 1,000 BU Dean s scholarship -25% or 50% tuition fee reduction Non-EU students* Academic Excellence Scholarship - 3,000 BU Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship - 50% tuition fee reduction BU Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship - most promising applicant -100% tuition fee waiver BU Dean s scholarship - 25% or 50% tuition fee reduction * Our September 2015 scholarships are still to be confirmed, but are likely to be as above.
29 Support available Academic support Disability & Additional Learning Support Language Centre Library & Learning Support Study Support o Academic writing o Critical analysis o Exam and revision techniques o Presentations o Referencing o Avoiding plagiarism Dedicated International Student Support Specialist International Student Support Officer providing dedicated one to one Academic and Pastoral support both pre and post arrival at BU. Health and wellbeing Chaplaincy Counselling Medical Centre
30 Bournemouth a great place to study and live
31 The surrounding area a great place to study our courses
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