International Tourism Management (Dual Degree with SII DUFE) - 2017/8

Awarding body

University of Surrey

Teaching institute

University of Surrey

Framework

FHEQ Level 6

Final award and programme/pathway title

BSc (Hons) International Tourism Management (Dual Degree with SII DUFE)

Subsidary award(s)

Award Title
Ord International Tourism Management (Dual Degree with SII DUFE)
DipHE International Tourism Management (Dual Degree with SII DUFE)
CertHE International Tourism Management (Dual Degree with SII DUFE)

Modes of study

Route code Credits and ECTS Credits
Full-time UKA10040 360 credits and 180 ECTS credits
Full-time with PTY UKA10040 480 credits and 240 ECTS credits

JACs code

N832

QAA Subject benchmark statement (if applicable)

Events, Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism

Other internal and / or external reference points

N/A

Faculty and Department / School

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - Hospitality & Tourism Management

Programme Leader

KIMBU AN Dr (Hosp & Tour)

Date of production/revision of spec

22/09/2017

Educational aims of the programme

The programme aims to be truly international

The programme aims to be grounded in an ethos of sustainability

The programme aims to develop individuals who are recognised as professionals in their field

The programme aims to reflect current industry practice and research themes

The programme aims to provide a professional, creative, dynamic and supportive learning environment

The programme aims to recognise the role of the wider university in supporting the development of the individual

The programme aims to be distinctive yet integrated and can be tailored to specialist interest

The programme aims to produce employable individuals who reflect the characteristics of the ‘surrey hospitality and tourism management graduate'

Graduates will be professional and knowledgeable of current industry practices. They will be provided the opportunity to develop a sense of professional community, culture and identity through a range of applied learning experiences. Through such experiences students will learn the value of effective leadership through partnerships and collaboration.

Graduates will be encouraged to achieve excellence in scholarship.

Graduates will be ethical and responsible in their behaviour and attitude. Their learning will be underpinned by issues of sustainability: social, environmental and economic awareness. They will be encouraged to become responsible, socially aware and inclusive in their understanding of business and society as they develop as honest professionals.

Graduates will be encouraged to achieve excellence in personal and professional development and activity. They will recognise the importance of working to high standards to realise and retain excellence and quality in their chosen profession.

Graduates will be encouraged to be confident and determined in their abilities. This will be grounded in an ability to critically analyse issues within their context and develop sound, rational solutions to problems identified. Such confidence will be grounded in ability and competence.

Graduates will be encouraged to be creative and innovative. They should be constructive risk-takers: adaptive and forward-thinking with an understanding of existing and emergent industry trends. Graduates will be ambitious and enthusiastic.

Critical thinking and analysis. Graduates will be encouraged to develop their ability to critically analyse both theoretical and applied material through a range of learning techniques.

Applied thinking. By working in collaboration with a series of industry partners, graduates will have the opportunity to apply theory to practice. This will arise through several opportunities such as: guest lectures, seminars, case studies, applied dissertation, collaborative module provision with industry partners, simulations, internships, and professional training.

Reflective. Graduates will be encouraged to reflect not only on their learning experience but on their personal and professional development throughout the course of their studies.

Problem-solving. By working independently and in teams, graduates will build experience of both theoretical and applied problem-solving.

Team work. Through group work graduates will be encouraged to develop the efficiency of their verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, negotiation and time management skills. In doing so, they will be required to balance independent working with working in groups, to achieve deadlines to the highest standards possible.

Communication skills. As indicated above, graduates will have a range of opportunities to refine their verbal and written communication skills. For example, presentation skills, ability to contribute constructively to discussions and debates both within group work and in class-based discussions, and use of technology (e.g. podcasting and website construction). They will develop written skills through essay and report writing in a range of contexts (e.g. theoretical essays through to devising business plans and industry-led projects). Such opportunities will also refine skills of editing, design and formatting that are essential in a professional career.

Programme learning outcomes

Attributes Developed
Thinkers - They exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems, and make reasoned, ethical decisions
Achievers -They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability and resilience when coping with complexity, applying creativity appropriately.
Communicators- They understand and express ideas and information confidently and creatively in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively and willingly in collaboration with others.
Inquirers - They develop their natural curiosity and actively enjoy learning. They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and show independence in learning.
Informed Risk-takers- They approach unfamiliar situations and uncertainty with courage and forethought, and have the independence of spirit to explore new roles, ideas and strategies.
Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines. ·
Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking and evaluating a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience.
Balanced - They understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal wellbeing for themselves and others.
Caring - They show empathy, compassion and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the environment.
Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development.
Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them. They are brave and articulate in defending their beliefs.
Professional -They utilize their independent judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness within an international context.
Thinkers -They exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically in their approach to complex problems.
Achievers- They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability when coping with complexity.
Communicators -They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively in collaboration with others.
Inquirers -They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and show independence in learning.
Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines.
Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience.
Caring - They show empathy, compassion and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the environment.
Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development.
Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them.
Professional -They utilize their independent judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness.
Thinkers -They will apply thinking skills critically in their approach to problems.
Achievers - They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability.
Communicators - They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively with others.
Inquirers - They will develop the skills necessary to conduct inquiry.
Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines.
Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities.
Caring - They show respect towards the needs and feelings of others.
Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience.
Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities.
Professional -They utilize their judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness.
Thinkers -They will apply thinking skills in their approach to problems.
Achievers -They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner.
Communicators -They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively with others.
Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines.
Open-minded - They are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities.
Caring - They show respect towards the needs and feelings of others.
Reflective - They give consideration to their own learning and experience.
Principled - They act with integrity and honesty.
Professional -They demonstrate commercial awareness.
Demonstrate relevant knowledge and understanding of organisations, the external environment in which they operate and how they are managed K
Appreciate the effects of change on and within organisations and their likely responses. K
Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and practice of management K
Demonstrate a comprehensive and detailed knowledge of the key disciplines relevant to their chosen degree pathway K
Critically evaluate their knowledge and understanding of subject disciplines and the application of management approaches and techniques to industrial situations C
Select and apply multi-disciplinary management techniques to complex problems, analyse results, draw appropriate conclusions and present the results in an appropriate format C
Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical issues likely to arise in the conduct of business and professional practice and an ability to formulate solutions through dialogue with peers, clients, mentors and the wider community C
Recognise and acknowledge the full range of stake­ holder interests in making management decisions and critically evaluate their impacts C
Demonstrate professional levels of competence in a broad range of skills that are relevant to the needs of future managers, executives and other professionals, irrespective of their sector of operation, especially in the areas of communication; critical thinking, analysis and synthesis; numeracy; reasoning; presentation; computing; report writing; problem solving; research; interactive and group skills. T
Demonstrate relevant knowledge and understanding of organisations, the external environment in which they operate and how they are managed K
Appreciate the effects of change on and within organisations and their likely responses K
Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and practice of management K
Demonstrate a detailed knowledge of the key disciplines relevant to their chosen degree pathway K
Evaluate their knowledge and understanding of subject disciplines and the application of management approaches and techniques to industrial situations C
Select and apply multi-disciplinary management techniques to complex problems, analyse results, draw appropriate conclusions and present the results in an appropriate format C
Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical issues likely to arise in the conduct of business and professional practice and an ability to formulate solutions through dialogue with peers, clients, mentors and the wider community C
Recognise and acknowledge the full range of stakeholder interests in making management decisions and evaluate their impacts C
Demonstrate professional level of competence in a range of skills that are relevant to the needs of future managers, irrespective of their sector of operation, especially in the areas of communication; critical thinking, analysis and synthesis; numeracy; reasoning; presentation; computing; report writing; problem solving; research; interactive and group skills. T
Demonstrate relevant knowledge and understanding of organisations, the external environment in which they operate and how they are managed K
Appreciate the effects of change on and within organisations and possible responses K
Demonstrate some understanding of the theory and practice of management K
Demonstrate some knowledge of the key disciplines relevant to their chosen degree pathway K
Evaluate their knowledge and understanding of subject disciplines and the application of management approaches and techniques to industrial situations C
Select and apply management techniques to well defined problems, analyse results, draw appropriate conclusions and present the results in an appropriate format C
Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical issues likely to arise in the conduct of business and professional practice and an ability to formulate possible solutions C
Recognise and acknowledge the full range of stake­ holder interests in making management decisions and identify their impacts C
Demonstrate some professional level of competence in a range of skills that are relevant to the needs of future managers, irrespective of their sector of operation, especially in the areas of communication; critical thinking, analysis; numeracy; reasoning; presentation; computing; report writing; problem solving; interactive and group skills. T
Demonstrate relevant knowledge and understanding of organisations, the external environment in which they operate K
Appreciate the effects of change on and within organisations K
Demonstrate a limited understanding of the theory and practice of management K
Demonstrate a limited knowledge of the key disciplines relevant to their chosen degree pathway K
Select and apply management techniques to simple problems, analyse results, draw appropriate conclusions and present the results in an appropriate format C
Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical issues likely to arise in the conduct of business and professional practice C
Recognise and acknowledge the range of stakeholder interests in making management decisions C
Demonstrate limited professional competence in skills relevant to the needs of future managers, irrespective of their sector of operation, especially in the areas of communication; critical thinking; numeracy; presentation; computing; report writing; interactive and group skills. T
Demonstrate key business skills (Applicable to students on the 4 year programme who undertake the Professional Training Year). P
Analysis of business operations (Applicable to students on the 4 year programme who undertake the Professional Training Year). P
Self- reflection and awareness (Applicable to students on the 4 year programme who undertake the Professional Training Year). P
An awareness of key, contemporary issues facing the tourism industry with regard to development. Students will gain insight into issues of strategic development and will develop the skills required to identify, analyse, critique and provide solutions to these issues. (Applicable to students on the 4 year programme who undertake the Professional Training Year). P

Attributes Developed

C - Cognitive/analytical

K - Subject knowledge

T - Transferable skills

P - Professional/Practical skills

Programme structure

Full-time

This Bachelor's Degree (Honours) programme is studied full-time over three academic years, consisting of 360 credits (120 credits at FHEQ levels 4, 5 and 6). All modules are semester based and worth 15 credits with the exception of project, practice based and dissertation modules.
Possible exit awards include:
- Bachelor's Degree (Ordinary) (300 credits)
- Diploma of Higher Education (240 credits)
- Certificate of Higher Education (120 credits)

Full-time with PTY

This Bachelor's Degree (Honours) programme is studied full-time over four academic years, consisting of 480 credits (120 credits at FHEQ levels 4, 5, 6 and the optional professional training year). All modules are semester based and worth 15 credits with the exception of project, practice based and dissertation modules.
Possible exit awards include:
- Bachelor's Degree (Ordinary) (300 credits)
- Diploma of Higher Education (240 credits)
- Certificate of Higher Education (120 credits)

Programme Adjustments (if applicable)

N/A

Modules

Year 1 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 4

Module code Module title Status Credits Semester
1

Optional modules for Year 1 (with PTY) - FHEQ Level 4

8 Compulsory modules taught by the Dongbei University of Finance and Economics (DUFE) in Dalian China

Professional Training Year (PTY) - Professional Training Year

Module code Module title Status Credits Semester
MANP006 PROFESSIONAL TRAINING YEAR MODULE (FULL-YEAR WORK) Compulsory 120 Year-long

Optional modules for Professional Training Year (PTY) - Professional Training Year

N/A

Quality assurance

The Regulations and Codes of Practice for taught programmes can be found at:

https://www.surrey.ac.uk/quality-enhancement-standards

Please note that the information detailed within this record is accurate at the time of publishing and may be subject to change. This record contains information for the most up to date version of the programme / module for the 2017/8 academic year.