DCT is pleased to introduce a new pathway programme for its students to continue their education and obtain a BA (Hons) degree from UK University, Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU).
Liverpool John Moores University is ranked 2nd in the UK for its Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation and Tourism programmes, cccording to the The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021.
Students who have completed their DCT Diploma with the required GPA and wish to continue their education further can progress onto the DCT Advanced Diploma which opens a pathway to one of the following degree programmes:
The accredited BA (Hons) degrees will further prepare students to enter Dubai’s tourism sector and contribute towards nurturing a new generation of skilled professionals.
All BA (Hons) students will study the following core modules:
· Event Impacts
· Contemporary Issues
· Sustainable Supply Chain
· Digital Business Intelligence
· Responsible Tourism Planning
· Tourism, Heritage and Culture
*Entry into the pathway programme is only available for students of Dubai College of Tourism who have successfully completed the DCT Diploma in Tourism, Hospitality, Events, or Retail Business with the required GPA of 2.5.
Liverpool John Moores University
John Moores University was founded in 1823 with the ambition to change the lives of individuals as well as communities and wider society through education. Today, LJMU is home to a community of 25,000 students from more than 100 countries and 2,500 staff. It is one of the largest, most dynamic and forward-thinking universities in the UK, that challenges convention and believes passionately in the concept of ‘One University’ – a community working together to achieve common student-centered objectives within a clear strategy. The university emphasises a practical, hands-on approach and LJMU degree courses are developed in partnership with industry partners and, with work experience being an intrinsic part of every course, the university’s graduates are much sought after by employers. LJMU has its own Centre of Entrepreneurship that supports upwards of 2,000 students every year in developing their own businesses. In 2015, it introduced a £500,000 start-up fund to offer grants and awards for innovative student ventures.
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