There are simply thousands, upon thousands of opportunities and many, many different career disciplines that graduates can look at. Whether it be within Airlines, whether it be within hotels, whether it be within technology companies. It’s such a huge global sector, and don’t forget it’s the fourth biggest section the world and one in 10 jobs currently are within travel and tourism, so choosing a tourism degree will show to the employers that you already have taken that step. Our courses are about business development, are about tourism principles and practices and marketing. The skills that we learn on this management course are really versatile and transferable into other industries, as well as being able to be used in the tourism sector. They also invite external and internal guest lecturers to speak about different subjects that might be helpful for you upon graduation or with your studies and applying for jobs and placements. The placements that are available on MyCareerHub have a really varied you can go into anything from restaurants, hotels, into tourism lobbying bodies, and it’s really diverse. You can also go into cruises, finance and things like that. The tourism courses are accredited with the UNWTO. I would definitely say the facilities are Amazing. There’s so many opportunities for students to do, ranging from career advice to clubs and societies, extra curricular activities, volunteering, all sorts of things. It is so different from any other industry. Yes you get the great opportunity to travel, but it’s the people you meet and the friends that you meet that stay with you longer than anything else. It’s very diverse, there’s all sorts of different cultures that you meet, so you need to get to understand how to do business with different people from different parts of the world. Travel is global and that’s great as well, especially if you really like travelling.