Grade 4 or above in GCSE English Language.
There will be a combination of assessed projects and assignments in the form of observed practical tasks, reports, presentations and activities. Each unit of study is awarded points, which are then translated into an overall grade of Pass, Merit, Distinction or Distinction*, equivalent to A levels for the purpose of university entrance.
Past students are now working for airlines, travel agents, tour operators and cruise operators in marketing, sales, and customer service roles. Others have gone on to degree courses in areas such as International Tourism Management, Destination Management, Events Management, Eco-tourism, Adventure Tourism, Tourism Development, Tourism with Languages. Students also enter other non-related degree programmes such as Law, English, Business Studies