Hospitality and Events Management - Foundation Degree


1. Course details

Qualification name FdA Hospitality and Events Management
Qualification level 5
Awarding organisation Lancaster University
Course webpage https://www.blackpool.ac.uk/course/TH1HE146
Course type Classroom based
Course hours FullTime
Course start date 08 September 2020
Cost description Our Higher Education and degree courses cost £8,335 per full time year of undergraduate study (equivalent to 120 credits). If you study fewer than 120 credits in a year, you may pay less than £8,335 in that year.
Attendance pattern Daytime

2. Who this course is for

Hospitality and Events Management provides a dynamic and evolving environment that serves people across the international spectrum, people work hard and expect to be treated well with optimum customer service during their leisure time. The United Kingdom cherishes a positive world reputation of delivering hospitality and for many, Blackpool is a place historically, where it all began. There are many careers in this vocational area across the spectrum and business enterprise and innovation are key to a successful career. If you are a people person who enjoys challenge, and hospitality comes naturally to you then our course will be just what you are looking for, studying with us a degree by the sea.Our  Foundation Degree in Hospitality and Events Management aims to provide you with the knowledge, skills, interests and abilities needed to compete successfully for employment in a variety of managerial/supervisory jobs within the hospitality and events industry. You will gain a thorough insight into all aspects of the sector with the added bonus of learning in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment. A major focus of this course is on developing a deep understanding of the industry and its customers, which will prove invaluable when it comes to seeking employment and/or promotion.Unique features of the programme include; employer involvement through the visiting speakers, industry visits and contextualised assessments;  the opportunity to engage in cross cultural debates and to explore the management implications of cultural diversity; the opportunity to gain the experience of learning in a multidisciplinary and multicultural environment; and the flexibility to engage in social and industry networking

3. Entry requirements

A minimum of 80 UCAS points or an equivalent qualification. Applicants who are able to demonstrate relevant work/life skills or knowledge will also be considered on an individual basis.

4. What you'll learn

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5. How you'll learn

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6. What you'll need to bring

All resources and equipment are provided by Blackpool and The Fylde College Parking - University Centre Car Parking is £2 per day. If you are in possession of a parking permit and using the parking facility, restrictions apply to who can register for a parking permit. Full restrictions can be viewed in the University Centre Travel and Transport Guidelines 2015 at www.blackpool.ac.uk/transport.

7. How you'll be assessed

Most courses are assessed via a combination of coursework, exams and practical assessments. Exams are formal, timed written assessments, carried out in a controlled environment and overseen by one or more invigilators. Coursework differs from exams in that it is usually non-timed and carried out independently. Practical assessments involve observation of your practical skills and competencies by a trained assessor.

8. Next steps

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9. Venue

Name UNIVERSITY CENTRE - SOUTH BUILDING
Address BLACKPOOL AND THE FYLDE COLLEGE
Park Road
Blackpool
Lancashire
FY1 4ES
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Email visitors@blackpool.ac.uk
Phone 01253 352352
Website http://www.blackpool.ac.uk

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