The tourism industry is one of the world's most dynamic business sectors and a major provider of employment opportunities both in Hong Kong and worldwide. The School of Continuing and Professional Education, City University of Hong Kong (CityU SCOPE) is working in collaboration with Edinburgh Napier University in offering BA (Hons) International Tourism and Airline Management, targeting those who are already working in the industry, as well as new entrants, who wish to upgrade their knowledge and skills in this fast moving industry, to continue their professional development and to remain competitive in order to progress in a successful career.
- Suitable for Associate Degree or Higher Diploma holders in relevant disciplines or in business related disciplines with some relevant work experience
- Offers both Tourism and Airline Management curriculums
- Academically and Vocationally relevant for students to develop a career in tourism and airline industry
- Provides convenient timetable with no classes scheduled during weekends and public holidays
- Provide an overseas exchange opportunity for students to study one trimester at Edinburgh Napier University
- In-programme scholarships are offered to students with outstanding academic achievements
- Entrance scholarships are offered to students with academic excellence in sub-degree level
- Opportunities are given to study one trimester (approximately 4 months) in ENU, United Kingdom
Assessment and Final Award
Assessments for taught modules are based on a combination of assignments, projects, presentations, quizzes, case studies and/or examination. A student will be awarded a BA (Hons) International Tourism and Airline Management conferred by Edinburgh Napier University, upon successful completion of the programme in accordance with the programme requirements.
The programme offers a variety of teaching methods including lectures, tutorials, consultations, workshops, projects and group exercises. Classes will be taught by experienced professors from Edinburgh Napier University and local teaching staff with industrial experience using study materials in Asian contexts.