Bachelor of Arts in Global Tourism Management

Royal Roads University

Colwood, British Columbia, Canada
Bachelor of Arts in Global Tourism Management
Duration4 Years
LevelBachelors Program
  • The Bachelor of Arts in Global Tourism Management is a unique undergraduate program that carefully considers the applicant’s need as an international student or a Canadian citizen or permanent resident that has not yet achieved English fluency
  • he first two years are a combination of foundational, preparatory and academic courses to help equip students for success at Royal Roads University and in Canada
  • The final two years are a combination of academic courses, filed trips, guest speakers, study abroad opportunities and more
  • The cohort learning model will bring students together with inspired students from around the world where they will study together for the duration of their program, frequently forming a lifelong professional community
  • Students will experience two 12-week internships during their 4-year program allowing them to apply and expand their knowledge
  • The program ­focuses on global tourism opportunities, trends and issues that will ensure students will have the tools and knowledge to advance their career in tourism and hospitality anywhere in the world
  • Experiential learning is an important component of this program; students will be taken out of the classroom and exposed to actual tourism operations and situations through a 1-week field trip course
  • The program is highly experiential with considerable teamwork and covers areas such as Destination Management & Marketing, Digital Communications, Event Management, Tourism Product Development, and Tourism Entrepreneurship
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1330330 INR
Insurance42150 INR
Transportation14724 INR
Student Services Fee12356 INR
Learning Support Services Fee14897 INR
RRU Student Association (RRUSA) Fee11548 INR
Extended Health & Dental Benefit18188 INR
Miscellaneous14435 INR
Total128298 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Completion of a high school diploma with a minimum ‘B’ (3.00/4.33) average in 4 relevant academic grade 12 courses including math 12 or equivalent from a recognized institution
ExamsTOEFL: 79
  • with a minimum 18 reading; 23 writing; 19 listening; and 19 speaking

  • with a minimum 6.0 in writing and speaking and 5.5 in listening and reading

PTE: 55
  • with a minimum 55 in writing and speaking skills; minimum 51 in listening and reading skills

Additional info
  • Solid academic writing skills are required for success in this program; therefore an English composition course focused on academic writing and critical thinking is strongly recommended
  • APA style citation is used in this program. A basic knowledge of accounting principles is also strongly recommended
  • An applicant who believes that she/he is fully proficient may apply for an English Language Proficiency exemption.Below are some examples that may be considered for this purpose:
    • Successful completion of three consecutive years of full-time secondary education in Canada or another country where the principal language of instruction is English, plus a minimum grade of B (73%) or better in one of: English 12, English Literature 12, English 12 First Peoples, or the equivalent(s)
    • Successful completion of the last three consecutive years full-time secondary education in English at a recognized international school
    • Grade of B (73%) or better on the provincial examination portion of: BC English 12, English Literature 12, or the equivalent(s)
    • Successful completion of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma including Higher Level English with a final grade of 4 or better or Standard Level English with a final grade of 5 or better
    • Successful completion of the Advanced Placement (AP) English examination (Language and Composition or Literature and Composition) with a grade of 4 or better
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