Level 6 Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management

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Qualification Overview

The Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management is designed to meet the needs of learners who wish to establish a firm grounding in the Tourism and Hospitality sector and gain progression opportunities. This programme focuses on the functional areas of tourism and hospitality management within an organisation and how these disciplines integrate at operational level. It aims to identify links with overall corporate strategy and the achievement of short, medium and long term objectives.

Course Structure

Learners need to complete following mandatory units to a total of 120 credits to achieve the Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management.

Unit 1: Tourism Concept and Practice (10 Credits)
Unit 2: Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism (10 Credits)
Unit 3: Front Office Management (10 Credits)
Unit 4: Economics for Tourist Destinations (15 Credits)
Unit 5: Human Resource Management (15 Credits)
Unit 6: Accounting for Hospitality Managers (15 Credits)
Unit 7: Organisational Context and Management (15 Credits)
Unit 8: Research Methods for Hospitality and Tourism Management (30 Credits)

Entry Requirements

The entry requirements set below are intended for guidance only, as applicants may apply with a wide variety of backgrounds and qualifications. Our recognised centres will assess all applicants to ensure they are able to meet the demands of the qualification.

Candidate must fulfil at least one of the following criteria to be allowed entry to this programme,

  • Level 3 or equivalent qualification with 1 years’ work experience in hospitality and tourism industry to get direct entry in Graduate Diploma in International Tourism and Hospitality Management OR
  • Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management QCF/NQF Level 4 or equivalent OR
  • Any qualification deemed equivalent to one of the above.

If you are an overseas student studying in the UK, you must ensure that both you and the institute (study centre) meet the UK government criteria. Applicants applying from the outside of the UK must demonstrate the evidence of the equivalence of the qualification to a UK degree; Equivalence to be evaluated through National Recognition Information Centre for the United Kingdom (NARIC).


Units are typically assessed by individual assessment.

Each unit is assessed through an assignment of 2500-3000 words in length to meet the assessment criteria detailed within each unit.

Fees Information

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Career Development

Hospitality and tourism is one of the largest industries in the world. This qualification is designed to support future careers in the hospitality, tourism and leisure sectors. It prepares learners for employment in a wide range of organisations in hospitality, tourism and related industries such as culture, sport, events and leisure to work as a senior events manager, visitor attraction manager, service manager, marketing manager and an hospitality or tourism consultants.