Students can programme.
choose The first
from two options in this option involves conducting
of tourism and hospitality management and reporting findings in a dissertation. Option two involves a course driven programme, where students complete six modules. Three core modules are completed: Overview of Tourism and Hospitality, Marketing Strategies, Resources Management and the conducting
Students in addition choose
three electives Events, Quality
Management, Community Accommodation Structure
and Organisation, Food and Beverage Management, Hospitality Operations Management, Hospitality and Tourism Operations Development.
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U niversities in the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape offer a wide range of courses that support careers in biodiversity conservation and natural resource management.
University qualifications listed below are diplomas and degrees offered at level 5 on the NQF and upwards through to Honours Degrees at level 6, Masters Degrees at level 7 and Doctoral Degrees at level 8. Please note that short courses offered by Universities have been listed in section 4.
Qualifications listed below include those offered at:
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU);
Rhodes University (RU);
The University of Fort Hare (UFH);
Stellenbosch University (SU);
The University of Cape Town (UCT);
The University of the Western Cape (UWC).
Learning Opportunities for Careers in Biodiversity Conservation