Tourism in New Zealand and overseas has become a significant economic and social activity with a growing need for skilled people. It is also an ever-broadening field of academic study which presents a wide range of intellectual challenges. To meet these needs and challenges, School of Management offers specialist undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Tourism Management.
In 2013, Victoria's BTM, BTM (Hons) and MTM were re-accredited tedQual Certification (Tourism Education Quality) by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The PhD programme was tedQual accredited for the first time in 2013 and became one of four Universities in the world with this status. TedQual certification is testimony to the quality and international recognition of the degrees.
Read more about the schools accreditation for tedQual.
Research of a more advanced nature by way of PhD study is also offered and is supported by staff who have substantial and wide-ranging research interests. The Tourism Group has a strong research ethos. This is fostered by a regular staff-student programme which enables experience to be shared and active debate to be stimulated.
All staff in the tourism programme have a strong commitment to teaching excellence and student welfare, making this a fruitful and friendly place to study and research. If you have any questions about studying Tourism Management at Victoria or doing research on tourism do not hesitate to contact us.
To find out more about research within the Tourism Management please see below.