Students experience Auckland as touristsAs part of the Visitor Attractions and Activities paper, first year Tourism students had the opportunity to get out of class and around Auckland to experience some of the city’s key attractions.
The bus tour took students through the lush suburbs of Devonport and Northhead, where they meandered through the tunnels and enjoyed views of the Hauraki Gulf and the city skyline.
The group also had the opportunity to visit the AJ Hackett Bungy site, at the base of the Auckland Harbour Bridge, where Sales Manager Tash Lawrence spoke about her experience in the tourism industry and demonstrated safe bungee practices (pictured).
The Bachelor of International Tourism Management provides you with a sound understanding of the tourism industry and its role in the world. Explore how tourism businesses operate, how tourists behave and the impact of tourism on countries, cultures and the environment. Your study includes an industry placement in your last semester — an invaluable opportunity to apply what you have learnt and make industry contacts.
Programme code: AK1277
Duration: 3 years full-time / equivalent part-time
Venue: City Campus
Start date: 27 February 2017 / 17 July 2017
AUT encourages early application. These qualifications will remain open until all places have been filled.
You complete core papers, a minimum of eight tourism papers, plus papers from your major. These provide the essential knowledge to understand the tourism industry and its position within New Zealand as a major employer and contributor to the economy.
You complete eight papers that include the three core papers: Academic Communication: Conventions and Expectations, Introduction to Tourism and Culture and Society plus Level 5 papers from either your Destination Management or Travel Management major.
In Year 2 you take CLSY504 Knowledge and Inquiry and papers from your chosen major. You also choose on of the following pathways:
You will complete final year paper/s, plus advanced level papers in your second major/minor and electives. In your final semester, you complete a work integrated learning with an organisation.
Work integrated learning helps you build further skills in the workplace, develop industry networks and help you make a decision on your professional career after graduating.
Having skills in more than one discipline can give you the competitive edge and increase your career opportunities. If you choose a second major or a minor you can study an area of interest from a range of subjects.
To find out about student fees for programmes, see the fees information page.
Last updated: 15-Feb-2017 4.03pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.