ONLINE PHD IN AVIATION AND TOURISM
It is a time of change in the travel and tourism industry. This innovative course – which also incorporates aviation – provides a wide-ranging understanding of the challenging global issues affecting travel and tourism. It also gives you the business and the management skills you need to fly in your career, whichever sector you go into.
With its interdisciplinary approach, this course offers a critical understanding of the global issues affecting how international tourism and aviation are organized and how managed. It explores the industry’s 21st-century challenges of rapid growth, the emergence of new destinations, climate change, and the ethics of managing a business in which the prime attractions include the natural environments and people’s culture.
This course combines theoretical and practical knowledge of tourism and aviation management, with topics including different aspects of the management; marketing; heritage, cultural, social, environmental, and political issues; and sustainable developments. It also builds your understanding of the nature, structure, and organizations of the aviation and airport industry.
The University of Bedfordshire is a member of The Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE). ATHE is the subject association for tourism in higher education in the UK. It represents universities that are leading providers of tourism programs.
Why choose this course?
Develop management skills in the travel, aviation, and tourism, opening up a range of career paths
Undertake a range of integrated, project-based activities which set the tourism and aviation industry in the context of the business
Learn contemporary tourism and aviation, ensuring you graduate with up-to-the-minute industry knowledge and the news
A Master’s degree or a professional degree declared equivalent to the Master’s degree by the corresponding statutory regulatory body, with at least 55% marks in the aggregate or its equivalent grade ‘B’ in the UGC’s 7-point scale (or an equivalent grade in a point scale wherever the grading system is the followed), A relaxation of 5% of marks, from the 55% to 50%, or an equivalent relaxation of grade, may be allowed for the candidates belonging to the C/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/Differently-abled and other categories of candidates as per the decision of the University Grants Commission from the time to time.