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WHERE GREAT EXPERIENCES ARE MADE


The University of East London (UEL) is embarking on a new era of teaching, research and industry collaboration in hospitality, events and tourism. It’s being led by a forward-thinking team headed by


Lisa Wyld, Director of the Institute of Hospitality and Tourism at UEL, and experienced specialists from the fields of hospitality, event and tourism management. Our degree structure and focus reflect the growing


need for international expertise, and the desire among students to start their own businesses.


WE OFFER DEGREE PROGRAMMES IN: • BA (Hons) Events Management • BA (Hons) Hospitality Management • BA (Hons) Tourism Management


Each programme is structured along three pathways, allowing students to hone their skills in chosen areas. The programme consists of: • a core degree that covers fundamentals • an International Pathway that places the course in a global context (incorporating an overseas trip) • an Enterprise Pathway that includes training in business development and entrepreneurial skills.


WHERE LEARNING LEAVES THE PAGE Course options include a placement with one of the many leading employers who partner with UEL, regular guest lectures, study trips and work experience. Each year students take part in a field trip to learn about difference aspects of hospitality, events and tourism. Lisa says, “We’re very proud of our degree


programmes. They’re industry-inspired and meet the needs of students and the industries they’ll be going into after graduation.”


“Students will benefit from a mixture of theory and the links between theory and practice, to ensure the relevance of their studies to the real world of employment.” As Fred Sirieix, the general manager of Galvin at


Windows, Hilton Park Lane, told us: “I particularly support the focus on connecting graduates to relevant industry experience and knowledge in readiness for a career in our vibrant profession.”


WHERE DOORS ARE OPENED Our graduates develop solid business principles alongside contemporary sector knowledge and plenty of hands-on experience working in the field. BA (Hons) Events Management graduate Courtney Phillips had this to say: “Studying at UEL means I have gained the knowledge and confidence required to enter the events industry. The experiences offered and assignments set have been extremely beneficial in helping me develop transferable and practical skills to use within a career.”


WHERE WE’RE PROUDLY LOCAL And UEL’s location in East London – based across two campuses in Stratford and Docklands – gives it access to partners like ExCeL London, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Elior, as well as exciting innovators and business leaders who sit on UEL industry advisory boards. Vanessa Williams, who graduated from UEL in 2018 with a BA (Hons) Hospitality Management, said: “I’m currently working at the London Edition hotel. I’m so happy to be in a great job in the industry I’ve always wanted to work in. I’m feeling confident about the future, and know that the staff and quality experience at UEL helped me get here.”


Visit www.uel.ac.uk or call 020 8223 3333 to find out more and apply


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