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Undergraduate Pathway in Tourism & Festivals

Home to spectacular festivals and events such as the Fringe and Hogmanay (New Year) celebrations, Edinburgh, the UK's second most visited city, attracts travellers and tourists from all over the world all year round. A hugely popular choice with international students, you will benefit from studying in the heart of a city rich in culture and creative industries. Events, tourism and hospitality businesses flourish here so you will have plenty of opportunities to gain industry experience and make business contacts to benefit you in your future career.
Tourism degrees at Edinburgh Napier University are designed to prepare you for employment, and many contribute towards industry-recognised professional qualifications. During your degree you will have the chance to gain practical experience, apply theory to practice and develop your personal skills and attributes.

Pathways at Edinburgh Napier University

High School

Edinburgh Napier University

Students may enter the program at EIC at year 1 or year 2

  Entry at First Year      
Year First Year Degree
EIC at Edinburgh Napier University
Campus
Second Year Degree
EIC at Edinburgh Napier University
Campus
Third Year Degree
Edinburgh Napier University
Campus
Final Year Degree
Edinburgh Napier University
Campus

2017/18

£11,900* £11,900* £11,950* £11,950*
         
    Entry at Second Year    
Year   Second Year Degree
EIC at Edinburgh Napier University
Campus
Third Year Degree
Edinburgh Napier University
Campus
Final Year Degree
Edinburgh Napier University
Campus

2017/18

  £11,900 *(two semesters) £11,950* £11,950*

*Note that tuition fees are subject to change and there may be an annual increment in the cost of tuition fees while you are at the University taking into account the following circumstances:
a. any increases set or prescribed by regulatory bodies (other than the University) such as the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) and the UK Government and/or
b. changes to the cost of delivering our programmes. Factors taken into account include inflationary measures such as the retail price index (RPI), projected increases in university costs, changes in the level of grant from the Scottish Funding Council, costs of provision of teaching, supervision and course-related facilities. Over the past 3 years, the average level of increase has been 5.8% p.a. for self-funding students (excluding those studying on programmes where fee levels are fixed by the Scottish Government e.g. Scottish/EU students on full-time undergraduate programmes. For 2017 entry it is expected that Undergraduate tuition fees will increase by 1.16%.

Location

EIC Duration

Year 1: Two semesters

Year 2: Two semesters

EIC Intakes

Year 1: September and January

Year 2: September and January

Edinburgh Napier University degree pathways

Successful completion of your pathway leads to the award BA (Hons) from a range of Tourism programmes.

  • BA (Hons) Business Management with Festivals and Event
  • BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Entrepreneurship
  • BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Marketing
  • BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management with Tourism
  • BA (Hons) International Festival and Event Management
  • BA (Hons) International Tourism and Airline Management
  • BA (Hons) International Tourism and Marketing Management
  • BA (Hons) International Tourism Management

Popular Careers

  • Airline management
  • Airport management
  • Destination development
  • Hospitality management
  • Operations management
  • Retail management
  • Tour operations
  • Visitor services management