Travel & Tourism

Why study Travel & Tourism at Halesowen College?

  • A new Travel & Tourism suite, modelled around airport departures and featuring a purpose built mock aircraft cabin - ‘Halesowen Air’
  • Qualified staff with professional travel & tourism backgrounds
  • Excellent pass rates and levels of student progression
  • Strong links with a range of leading travel organisations e.g. Thomas Cook Retail, Monarch Airlines, Village Hotel, Hyatt Hotel, Malmaison Hotels and various tourist attractions
  • Enrichment activities including trips abroad and the chance to experience various employment options within the cruise industry
  • Visits to top tourist spots throughout the UK
  • Participation in practical activities organised through tour and travel operators
  • Opportunities to get first-hand experience of working in the College’s Training Restaurant
  • Exciting College Progression Routes, many in partnership with popular universities
  • Expert advice and guidance about careers and higher education, including Finance
  • The opportunity to take additional relevant qualifications
Louis Hannis

Having completed my BTEC Level Three Diploma in Travel & Tourism I was very lucky to get a job with Eurocamp as a holiday courier.

During my time at Halesowen College all of the lecturers went above and beyond to make sure I was gaining the most experience. I was head Travel Representative within the Travel and Tourism Department and I was nominated for a Dudley Youth Award for ˜Contribution to College Life™.

Louis Hannis

Emily Partridge

Emily gained triple distinctions in Travel & Tourism and Hospitality Level 3, securing her place at Bournemouth University studying Events Management, where she was awarded a scholarship for her high grades.

During her time at college, Emily developed her skills with a summer job at Birmingham Airport, dealing with customers on a daily basis.

“Completing this course has been so beneficial to me. It has provided me with the basis for a life time of potential career opportunities.”

Emily Partridge