What Job Can I Get With a BTEC Higher National Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management?
Often, students are of a relatively young age – or inexperienced position – when they decide to begin a course. So how can you know where you’ll end up before you’ve had a chance to understand the course itself? Perhaps this helps explain why our Travel and Tourism Management course is so popular. It covers a vast array of potential careers, which means you can study whilst still figuring out which specific direction you want your career to head in.
Multiple career options
If you’ve got your eye on one of our BTEC Travel and Tourism Management courses, you’re probably wondering what kind of career it could lead to. We have some information which may help. Below, you’ll find a table with a list of jobs and their salaries. These jobs are frequently pursued by people who have a BTEC in Travel and Tourism Management.
|Role||Average Salary*||Upper End Salary*|
|Front Office Manager||£22,250||£22,250|
|Visitor Services Manager||£24,675||£25,000|
|General / Operations Manager||£26,500||£27,000|
*Statistics according to payscale.com survey