Tourism Course

Course Overview

Our Tourism Course familiarises students with diverse forms of tourism. At Raffles, college assignments will include solving existing tourism issues in a school environment as well as getting the chance to participate in field trips to locations related to possible future workplaces.

Students will learn the basics of how a tourism business operates which includes discovering how to customise unique holidays,  journeys, or adventures for clients. Upon completion our Tourism Course, students will explore deeper tourism-related topics to build on existing skills and knowledge.

Contact our Education Consultants today to find out more about our Tourism Course.




About Raffles




Certification:
Advanced Diploma

Duration:
2 years

Awarded by:
Raffles College Pte Ltd, Sydney
(trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce)


Intake:
January, April, July, October

Available in:
Indonesia, Batam (Raffles Institute of Higher Education)
Indonesia, Jakarta (Raffles Institute of Higher Education)
Indonesia, Medan (Raffles Institute of Higher Education)
Indonesia, Surabaya (Raffles Institute of Higher Education)
Singapore (Raffles School of Business)
Thailand, Bangkok (Raffles International College)

Certification:
Undergraduate Degree

Duration:
1 year

Awarded by:
Raffles College Pte Ltd, Sydney
(trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce)


Intake:
January, April, July, October

Available in:
Singapore (Raffles School of Business)

Certification:
Postgraduate Degree

Duration:
1 to 1.5 years

Awarded by:
Raffles College Pte Ltd, Sydney
(trading as Raffles College of Design and Commerce)


Intake:
January, April, July, October

Available in:
Singapore (Raffles School of Business)

Tourism Course Modules

Principles of Economics
Principles of Accounting
Business Communication Skills
Principles of Marketing
Management Theory & Application
Management & Organisational Behaviour
Business Statistics
Business Information Systems
Human Resource Management
Accounting & Finance for Decision Making
Customer Relationship Management
Corporate Communication
Strategic Management
Operations & Quality Management
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Why Corporate Social Responsibility Matters
Principles of Banking & Finance
Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management
Travel & Tour Operations
Hospitality & Tourism Marketing
Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Exhibitions (BTMICE)
Travel Geography
Hotel Room Division Management
Visitor Attractions Management
Understanding Today’s Consumers
Services Marketing
Events Management
Managing Business Information in Hospitality & Tourism
Cross Cultural Communication for Effective Leadership & Management
Market Research Techniques/Applied Research Methods
Trends & Opportunities in Hospitality & Tourism
Competitive Product Design & Pricing in Tourism Today
Tourism in Asia: Emerging Trends & Opportunities
Internship*

* Students who have completed an internship relevant to Tourism at the advanced diploma level may be exempted from this internship.



Costume Coordinator
Fashion Editor
Market Researcher
Brand Manager
Merchandiser
Visual Merchandiser
Fashion Stylist
Image Consultant/Coordinator
Public Relations Officer
Fashion Buyer
Events Manager