Taught course

Tourism, Hospitality and Languages

Institution
Plymouth University · School of Tourism and Hospitality
Qualifications
ResM

Entry requirements

A 2:1 or first class honours degree from a UK degree or equivalent. Other qualifications/experience that demonstrates that you can meet the challenges and demands of the programme. You will be required to submit a research proposal.

Months of entry

September

Course content

Our ResM allows you to conduct an extended project, with the added support of discrete taught elements tailored to your specific needs. It culminates in a dissertation or professional practice which is designed to be of publishable standard.

Research is a practical problem that is of direct value to your organisation, and your career development, in events, tourism, hospitality, or travel or heritage management, and, with out modern languages academics as part of the team, French or Spanish culture and society. It will help progress higher level research in your chosen field while supporting the development of your own profressional practice.

Your research and practice programme is based on attaining 180 masters-level credits.This comprises a 60-credit module, Action research, which updates your skills with the latest methodologies in the field of practice based reseach. The remaining 120 credits are based on a dissertation (25,000 word equivalent). This will encourage you to consider research and analyse an issue, possibly one current in your workplace or that will take your career to the next stage.

Information for international students

IELTS score of 6.5.

Qualification and course duration

ResM

full time
24 months

Course contact details

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