BA (Hons) International Tourism Management


A student completing the BA (Hons) in International Tourism Management can expect to find career opportunities in private and public organisations in the tourism sector. Students have opportunity to hold managerial positions (middle/senior) in large or small organisations, and can be expected to find employment in a wide range of roles within the tourism sector, including hotels, lodges, tourism marketing organisations, travel agencies, tour operations and natural resource management.

Sustainability is a central feature in on-going development debates not only in the tourism sector, but across multiple sectors. This enables graduates in tourism management to be sustainability advisors beyond the tourism sector into other companies that prioritise sustainable management of their operations. A student completing the BA (Hons) in Tourism Management degree gains immediate recognition from the Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO).


Applicants should have:

BGCSE/IGCSE - A minimum of 34 Points or 14 points in any of the following subject combinations: Maths/English, Maths/Commerce, Accounting/English, Accounting/Commerce.


The academic year of the degree programme starts June and September.

YEAR 1 Introduction to Venture Creation Learning and Academic Skills Use of ICT and Learning Resources
Tourism and Hospitality Concepts Business Communication and Academic Skills Introduction to Financial and Cost Accounting
YEAR 2 Global Tourism Geography Travel Agency Practice Academic Study Skills
Human Capital Development Business Finance Fares and Ticketing Systems
YEAR 3 Enterprise development and Business Leadership Tourism marketing Business Research Methods
Niche Tourism Tourism Planning and Development Tour Operations Management
YEAR 4 Independent Study Consumer Behaviour Creative e-applications
Strategic Management Event Tourism
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Programme Leader

Dr Lelokwane Mokgalo