Saturday, April 28, 2007

MSc in Tourism Development - EKC

Tourism Development

The School is recognised as a key Education and Training Centre by the World Tourism Organization (WTO) and was the first UK centre to receive TedQual Certification from the WTO for both its undergraduate and postgraduate tourism programmes. The Postgraduate Diploma/MSc programme in Tourism Planning and Development was established in 1981 and has been designed to cover all of the issues surrounding the planning and development of tourism. Particular topics, including project appraisal, impact analysis, forecasting, hotel development, travel and transportation, tourism policy and organisation, and visitor attraction management, are dealt with through specific modules on these subjects. The programme is designed for those with a particular interest in the issues, problems and processes associated with the planning and development of tourist destinations. The emphasis of the programme is on both the theoretical and applied aspects of tourism planning and development. The programme provides coverage of both the conceptual and practical issues and problems facing the public and private sector dealing with the development of tourism in a wide variety of situations. It is equally suitable for recent graduates seeking managerial level positions in the tourism industry, consulting or the public sector.


Kelly Clarkson

Never Again

Because of You,

Behind These Hazel Eyes,


Since You've Been Gone,

Walk Away,

Timeless (Live, English Version)