For International Students

Travel & Tourism

This program provides students with the most important skills required to work in any sector of the tourism industry. The curriculum follows the industry requirements by offering courses in world destinations, selling and customer service, transportation, communication, product knowledge, tour development and management, tourism law, business math, and event management. The students will learn to research, solve problems, be team players, exhibit professionalism and adapt to an ever-changing industry.

Students will become familiar with world tourist destinations and their local laws and customs. They will learn basic reservation and booking procedures for airline, hotel, car, cruise, rail and bus. The students receive training in both major airline reservation systems: APOLLO BY GEMINI (GALILEO) AND SABRE. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field through a volunteer hours component in first-year and a four-week field placement in second year.

Students will learn to plan, design, market, promote and sell travel products. Students may participate in an educational excursion in the fourth semester.

Admission Requirements

12th standard

IELTS with 6.00 bands

 

Employment Opportunities

Graduates from the program begin their career in the tourism industry in one of many interesting occupations with: tour operators, travel agencies, airlines, hotels and resorts, car rental companies, cruise and yacht companies.

Graduates will also have the skills to consider the entrepreneurial aspect of the tourism industry with regard to tour packaging for inbound and outbound tourism.