Sept 2021 – Grangegorman Campus
Applicants should possess a bachelor degree at honours level (2.2 grade or higher) or equivalent. In addition, applicants may be required to complete an admission interview.
If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as detailed on our website. Applicants for this course should have a minimum IELTS (Academic Version) English Proficiency of 6.5 overall (or equivalent) with nothing less than 6 in each component.
Note: Due to the considerable competition for our postgraduate courses satisfying the minimum entry requirement is not a guarantee of a place. Depending on the course of study applications will be assessed based on candidates? academic grades and may also take into account applicants? work/life experience. TU Dublin recognises both REL and RPL. Applicants may also be required to attend for interview for specific courses.
The programme is a conversion course aimed at both professionals currently employed within the tourism industry and those from complementary backgrounds who wish to enter the tourism field. In this context it may be of particular interest to people coming from a heritage, languages, geography, marketing or business background.
This course aims to equip participants with the necessary expertise to manage, co-ordinate and develop tourism businesses and projects in Ireland and abroad. It is aimed at both professionals currently employed within the tourism industry and those from related fields. This dynamic programme encourages interaction between academics and industry practitioners from the national and international tourism sector.
Graduates of this course have found employment in a wide range of positions within and outside the industry, nationally and internationally. Career paths include management positions in the travel sector, tour operators, international, national and regional tourism organisations, tourist attractions, hospitality businesses, community development, cultural organisations, cooperative marketing groups, support agencies and local authorities. There are also opportunities for graduates in research, teaching and consultancy.
The course involves six taught modules plus a dissertation in the area of Tourism Management.
Tourism Management Modules:
- International Tourism Trends, Markets & Products
- Tourism Destination Planning & Management
- Dissertation (including Research Methods)
- Managerial Finance & Entrepreneurialism
- The Effective Manager
- Emerging Industry Issues
- Strategic Marketing & Digital Commerce
Autumn semester (Sept – Dec 2021) schedule to be confirmed (Classes may be held on-campus in Grangegorman depending on Covid-19 developments).
|TU329 Spring Term: January 25th – May 7th 2021|
|Monday||11am||12pm||Emerging Industry Issues|
|Thursday||10am||11am||International Tourism Trends, Markets & Products|
|Thursday||11am||12pm||Managerial Finance & Entrepreneurialism|
Autumn term (Sept – Dec) will also be held on Mondays & Thursdays (times to be confirmed)