CLEARING 2018: Amazing hospitality and tourism careers take off at UWL
A successful and truly international career begins this summer by making the right call and enrolling on a course at UWL’s London Geller College of Hospitality and Tourism (LGCHT).
Located close to Heathrow Airport, the College has long-standing ties with the UK’s global travel hub and many students take advantage of outstanding industry links like this to launch rewarding careers.
Every hospitality and tourism courses at LGCHT is strongly focused upon the world of work, meaning students graduate with the very latest skills which employers value highly.
With six decades' experience in delivering education for the next generation of talent, there really is no better place to study for a career which could take you almost anywhere in the world.
Student Amos Mukombero says choosing a course at LGCHT definitely was the right call.
‘Finding work is really important and I feel coming to the Career University pushed me to find a career in the industries,' he said. ‘I feel like the academics here are mentors rather than lecturers, which builds you as a person. They teach you how to be individual and manage yourself.’
The good news is that Clearing is still open, meaning now is the ideal time to get in touch and take the first step.
Call our friendly team of Clearing advisers to find the ideal course for you at the Career University. Contact 0800 036 8888 to get your career off to the perfect start.
James Edmunds, Dean of LGCHT, said; ‘At the London Geller College of Hospitality and Tourism, we are proud to provide opportunities for students to work closely with businesses during their studies because this gives them an edge in the highly competitive job market, leading to rewarding careers.’
There are still places available on a number of outstanding LGCHT courses such as Airline and Airport Management, Culinary Arts Management and Event Management. Meanwhile, if you really want to stand out from the crowd, then why not choose our Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Licence course and take to the skies as a professional pilot.
BSc (Hons) Aviation Management with Commercial Pilot Licence
As the need for commercial airline pilots increases, this course makes you stand out from the crowd. Designed to seamlessly incorporate the study of a degree in aviation management with commercial pilot training, you learn the practical and theoretical skills which global airline employers value highly. This course was designed in collaboration with industry professionals.
BA (Hons) Airline and Airport Management
Make a flying start to your career with this exciting course designed to build the skills and experience for management positions in the aviation industry. The College’s strong links with Heathrow Airport Limited and other aviation companies means regular contact with leading industry practitioners, helping develop understanding of the industry.
BA (Hons) Event Management
This course develops and nurtures understanding of the influences driving the dynamic Events sector. Current issues are fully explored so that students gain insight. Students also experience the industry first hand, via work accreditation or through part time work opportunities which increase the qualification's value still further.
BSc (Hons) Culinary Arts Management
This unique course teaches the technical and practical skills required for a career in culinary arts and also valuable professional management skills. Students develop intellectual critical thinking and problem solving skills, essential to a career in any sector. Employability through skills acquisition is a priority on this coursem, through experiential learning, industry exposure and academic rigour.
UWL is home to the Heathrow Archive and the exhibition, 'Heathrow: The Journey' which tells the story of the airport from from humble beginnings after World War 2, to its status as a global travel hub today.
Check out this video showing the exhibition being installed.
Make the right call this summer and apply to UWL through Clearing on our free hotline: 0800 036 8888.