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    • University of Western Sydney’s School of Social Sciences and Psychology offers 3 years full time undergraduate degree program Bachelor of Tourism Management which provides students with the unique and highly marketable expertise and experience in sustainable development, the cultural basis of tourism and the desirable social contributions of tourism and the tourism industry.

    • The Tourism Management degree is conducted in close liaison with tourism organisations and professional bodies, and local governments who actively promote and manage tourism at destinations as well as tourist attractions.

    • To successfully complete the program students are required to complete 400 hours of supervised work experience undertaken in a tourism organisation.
    • Over 4,000 international students study at UWS every year from around the world: India, China, Canada, Germany, Korea, Thailand, Jordan, and more
    • Many of its courses have been designed to meet the needs of industry and professional organizations
    • University’s industry-trained academics are in touch with the professional world and help provide students with the best possible resources to succeed in studies
    • Provides a challenging study environment which aims to equip today's students with solutions for tomorrow's workplace
    • Has campus populations of 4000 to 6000 students per campus which enables staff and students to interact more closely
    • Students will be introduced to the characteristics and components of tourism

    • The commercial and economic context of tourism will be explored, as well as the policy framework within which the tourism industry operates

    • Students will be taught additional skills and knowledge in a range of specific topic areas of significant importance to the New Zealand and global tourism industry, in particular, recreation and tourism in protected natural areas, heritage interpretation and event management
    • Students get 40 hrs work permit per week along with studies.
    • Has a student population from more than 60 countries.
    • The work-study program is available for both Undergraduate and Master students.
    • Covers basic functional areas of business with stress on their inter-relationships.
    • Smaller class size.
    • Primary campus is situated on 50 hectares (123 acres) of land.

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