|The European Education Directory|
University of North London
The Centre for Leisure and Tourism
The International Office|
236-250 Holloway Road
London, N7 6PP, England
|Tel. No.||+44 (0) 171 973 4804|
|Fax No.||+44 (0) 171 753 5015|
|Courses||BA Leisure and Tourism|
BA Hospitality Management
|Type of course||Full-time or part-time|
|Length of courses||
Full time: 3-4 years|
Part Time: 4-6 years
Part Time (Hospitality Management: 5-6 years
|Date of Commencement||20 September 1999|
£6,600 per year|
Cost of living for one year: £7,000
|Accommodation||Guaranteed accommodation in halls of residence available for international students who accept their offer by the beginning of August.|
|Age range||18 to 50|
Ms Cinzia Bellotti|
International Officer - Europe
|Course director||Tony Curson|
There is a one year paid work placement which may be taken in the UK or abroad. Exemptions may be granted for those students with appropriate prior work experience.
This degree will equip you for management level careers with tour operators, travel companies, tourist boards, government leisure and tourism departments etc.
If you have prior academic or work based qualifications, you may be granted exemption from part of the course on an individual basis.
You will work on a range of ‘live’ problem-solving exercises with the major hotel and catering employers in London and our Training Restaurant.
The third year of the single honours is spent on paid work placement in UK or abroad. Placement is optional on combined awards.
The course is assessed by a mixture of coursework and examinations.
Recent graduates have taken posts with organisations including Hilton International, Forte UK and Hotels International.
If you have prior academic or work based qualifications you may be granted exemption from part of the course on an individual basis.
All students at the University will receive free and unlimited use of our technology and learning resources, including internet, email, CDROM, language lab and satellite TV. Our learning facilities will continue to expand with the development of a new architect-designed building, open to students in early 2000.
All international students are guaranteed a place in one of the halls of residence conveniently located within easy reach of the University. Married couples and students who wish to rent private accommodation will receive help and support from our International Accommodation Officer.
International students enjoy continuous support from the International Office throughout their studies. Our International Student Adviser is on hand to help with any problems - be they academic or personal, whilst International Officers with responsibility for specific regions of the world are available to deal with specific queries.
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