The TQUK Level 5 Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management qualification is to further develop knowledge and understanding of a range of aspects of the tourism and hospitality industry including contemporary issues influencing development theories of international development will be considered including sustainability. National and international tourist destinations, the culture involved current trends and their impacts are and the characteristics of the population will be explored. Learners will be encouraged to analyse their entrepreneurial skills and develop research skills. Other areas include developing an understanding of the growth and development of the cultural industry and potential conflicts.
Learners must achieve a minimum of 120 credits from six mandatory units
- Contemporary issues in the hospitality and tourism context
- International development in hospitality and tourism
- Tourism destination management
- Entrepreneurship in tourism and hospitality
- Cultural tourism management
- Business research project
There are no specific entry requirements however learners should have a minimum of level two in literacy and numeracy or equivalent. It would be beneficial for learners to have previously achieved a related qualification ideally at level 3 such as the TQUK Level 4 Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Face to Face Learning – £5495 + VAT
Face to Face learning takes a traditional approach to learning where our students will be attending regular taught sessions at an MKNCC Campus.
Blended Learning – £2750 + VAT
The Blended learning route offers students a hybrid which combines our state of the art distance learning platform with intensive workshops.
Distance Learning – £2195 + VAT
Distance Learning puts you in the driving seat, it gives you ultimate flexibility allowing you to manage your learning journey using our extensive online resources.
The qualification is assessed by internally set and marked assessments subject to external quality assurance. Where indicated in the unit specifications, the assessment must meet the requirements of the identified assessment strategy/principles. All learning outcomes must be met to achieve a pass.