Hospitality & Tourism

  • Bachelor of Commerce in Travel & Tourism

    Features

    Designed to maximize personal development, inculcate management and leadership skills and contribute to positive economic change in the province or country from which the learner originates. Focus on developing the strategic management skills and clear directives in applying these in a Tourism environment such as within a Travel Consultancy, in full services Travel Agencies, in specialized functions of Airlines and Cruise lines, as Tour Brokers, Incentive Tour Organizers, Tourism Development agencies and as Independent Contractors. Provides the educational level for learners to hold executive and other high-level management positions and provides a global perspective in this specialized area

    NQF: 7 - SAQA ID: 62952 - Credits: 360

    Entry Requirements

    A Matriculation Exemption
    RPL applications will also be considered

  • Diploma in Travel & Tourism

    Features

    Provides the learner with both the theoretical and the necessary applicative practical skills linked to operations or the provision of services in the tourism industry at entry level. Develops the necessary background in world geography and tourism destinations to ensure a competitive knowledge base meeting the standards and requirements of the industry. Provides an understanding of the business and tourism operations environment and a foundational knowledge of computer literacy skills to enhance employability in the tourism environment.

    NQF: 5 - SAQA ID: 62762 - Credits: 240

    Entry Requirements

    Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent.
    Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) applications are also considered - more information on these aspects may be obtained from the Head of Faculty.

Interested in Studying at Oval?

AS A SYMBOL OF DISTINCTION, OVAL INTERNATIONAL STANDS OUT AS THE FIRST CONTACT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION, AMONG THE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES AND PRIVATE HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS IN SOUTH AFRICA, TO BE INSTITUTIONALLY AUDITED BY THE COUNCIL ON HIGHER EDUCATION (CHE) FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN 2004.