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Published: 15 March 2021

A week in the life of an hospitality and tourism PGT student

From tourism social science to visitor attraction management, discover what a typical week looks like as an International Tourism Management MSc student at Surrey.

How you'll learn

Your teaching will be delivered through a combination of:

  • Group work (e.g. discussion groups)
  • Lectures
  • Online learning
  • Seminars
  • Tutorials.

Outside of these, you’ll be expected to carry out independent study, including coursework, essays, and reading.

We’ve also introduced hybrid learning, a mix of online and face-to-face sessions, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

The aspects of my course that I enjoy the most are the specialist modules we get to choose to tailor our education to our future career. Also, the helpful and approachable lecturers and professors in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management which make my subject easier to understand. I am looking forward to the seven month Professional Training placement which I will spend at a top luxury hotel in London after I compete my first year – thanks to the unsurpassed connections that our School is known for.

Omar El Menoufi- International Hospitality Management (EuroMasters) MSc
Omar El Menoufi

A typical week

You'll receive approximately 14 contact hours each week (including hybrid learning sessions).

Monday

3pm to 4pm – ‘Tourism Development and Sustainability' seminar

Tuesday

12pm to 2pm – ‘Services Marketing for Events, Tourism and Hospitality’ seminar

4pm to 6pm – ‘Hospitality and Tourism Operating Systems’ lecture

Wednesday

9am to 11am – ‘Digital Marketing and Social Media in Tourism’ lecture

Thursday

9am to 11am – ‘International Tourism Management’ lecture

3pm to 6pm – ‘Research Methods’ lecture

 

Find out more about our International Tourism Management MSc.

 

Disclaimer

The timetable and modules listed are indicative, reflecting the information available at the time of publication and may be subject to teaching availability, student demand and/or class size caps. Given the changing nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, our hybrid learning model is under continuous review. See the latest information on all changes.

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