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Higher National Certificate - Travel and Tourism Management



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15 hours contact time (including tutorials) and additional independent study per week.



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What does this course involve?

The subjects you will study are: the travel and tourism sector, finance and funding in the travel and tourism sector, marketing, contemporary issues in travel and tourism, tourist destinations, heritage and cultural tourism management, hospitality provision in travel and tourism and customer service.


What qualifications do I need?

An offer of a place on the Higher National Certificate is offered in terms of grades up to a certain number of UCAS tariff points. For example, a typical offer for entry to an HNC is 48 UCAS tariff points and you should possess or be working towards GCSE grades C and above in English and maths.


You will learn through… a diverse range of assessments including: written assignments, exams, role plays and presentations.

Fees & Costs

For UK students £6,000 per year (one year programme)
For non-EU students £6,600 per year (one year programme)

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All prices quoted are given as a guide, and may be subject to change. Eligible students may be able to get help with course related costs such a travel, equipment and childcare.


The HNC offers potential for employment in a wide range of areas within the tourism and hospitality industry, in job roles including visitor attraction manager, hotel management trainee, working in the airport and airline industry or event management.

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  • Institution Code Name: CANT
  • Institution Code: Canterbury College
  • Campus Code: D (Dover)
  • Course Code: N832

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