The Bachelor Tourism learns to manage a tourist project (transport, accommodation, animation etc ). The subjects taught are mainly oriented towards management, organization and communication, the design and sale of tourism products and the preparation and management in the field of events and congresses.
Underpinned by our research in tourism and hospitality, this degree is suitable for those with career aspirations related to global hospitality and the wider travel and tourism industry.
This program will provide you with an understanding of the origins and development of the tourism and hospitality industries, and the opportunities and challenges facing organisations operating in and across the various allied sectors.
Delivery : Full time
Language of Instruction: English
Campus: Lyon , France
Duration: 3 Years
Tuition Fee: €5990 per annum
Intake : August , Jan and May
Course Module :
- General culture and expression
- Modern European languages (LV1 + LV2)
- Business Management
- General Economy – Law
- Project Management
- Current management, investment management, supply management, forward planning.
- Communication in managerial and commercial relations.
- Business Computing
- Internships in companies
- Study of tourism markets
- Principles and actors of marketing
- Strategic analysis
- The operational marketing plan
- E-marketing of Tourism
- Study of the tourism offer
- Territory and Patrimony
- Tourism product design
- Sale applied to the tourism product
- Regulation and tourism management
- Tourist and hotel regulations
- Tourism Management
- Europe, uniqueness of values, cultural diversity
- The European construction, its institutions in the international framework
- Intercultural management and human resources
- Modern European languages (LV1 + LV2)
- The internship or the tutored project
If English is not your first language, you will need to provide evidence that you can understand English to a satisfactory level. English language requirements for this course are normally:
IELTS (Academic) 5.5 with minimum 5.0 in each component of writing, speaking, listening and reading
If you do not meet the English language requirement for your degree then why not join our foundation Program. Successful completion of our foundation program will meet English language requirement and academic requirement, without the need to re-take IELTS.
We accept a wide range of qualifications for study on our undergraduate courses.
European Baccalaureate: minimum 50%
A Level : BCC
Standard XII : minimum 50%
If you hold any other qualification then please contact our admission department .
Selection Process :
Offers are normally made in terms of grades. Suitable candidates will be invited for interview to know study purpose , demonstrate academic performance in your schooling to date, language proficiency . Upon satisfactory interview you could be awarded an unconditional offer as part of the college ‘s admission process .
An ideal candidate should posses quality like ability to work in a team , Willingness to undertake responsibilities , good logic , analysis capacity and rigor .
Careers and graduate prospects
Today the tourism activity offers multiple opportunities. The professions of the journey saw the birth of e-tourism structures offering “turnkey” offers, from booking the flight to program of activities on the spot.
There are therefore new functions to classic craftsmanship of product managers and tour operators designing tourism products, or customer journey.
We thus find yield managers responsible for optimizing offers depending on the volume of reservations. Not to mention webmasters, site testers, travel consultants by telephone.
Salespeople within large travel departments companies are appreciated for negotiating an entire benefit. There remain the traditional jobs of welcoming tourists and valorisation of the patrimony (receptionist, animator of the patrimony, guide lecturer .) in the tourist offices, regional committees and natural parks.