The MSc Tourism and Hospitality program has been designed to facilitate a combination of real-world experience and critical reflection through fieldwork and classroom-based activities.
The program applies a social scientific approach to both tourism and hospitality studies through a focus on the contexts of globalization, commercialization, and consumption.
A particular strength of the program is the consideration of the linkages between the travel, tourism and hospitality industries in relation to organization and management, as well as in providing satisfactory experiences to consumers.
Past students from University of Sunderland tourism programs have gone on to a range of management careers including attractions, museums, and destination marketing.
Students may also choose to set up a tourist or hospitality business or go to research and lecturing.
- International Tourism Development
- Hospitality Management Studies
- Critical Tourism Theory and Methods
- Current Practices in Tourism, Hospitality, and Events
- Tourism and Hospitality Major Project
Applicants must be of age 18 and above and a good Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
English Language Requirements
Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in the English language. If the applicant does not meet the English requirement, the applicant is required to achieve a minimum band of 6.0 in the IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
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