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I've been struggling lately with trying to figure out what course at university would be best for me, as there's just so many different options and I'm still stuck on what career I want. I've looked into a ton of different courses including nursing, psychology, biomedical science and education (all of which did interest me) however I recently came across an International Tourism Management degree (undergraduate) which sounded really fun and exciting with travelling experiences and work placements.
I'm currently studying A levels in psychology, sociology and English language and achieved AAC at AS.
So 1) is the international tourism degree useful for work afterwards?
And 2) would it be worthwhile?
And if you've have experience in this degree could you tell me if it is what it's cracked up to be?
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(Original post by Bellabobbles)
I've been struggling lately with trying to figure out what course at university would be best for me, as there's just so many different options and I'm still stuck on what career I want. I've looked into a ton of different courses including nursing, psychology, biomedical science and education (all of which did interest me) however I recently came across an International Tourism Management degree (undergraduate) which sounded really fun and exciting with travelling experiences and work placements.
I'm currently studying A levels in psychology, sociology and English language and achieved AAC at AS.
So 1) is the international tourism degree useful for work afterwards?
And 2) would it be worthwhile?
And if you've have experience in this degree could you tell me if it is what it's cracked up to be?
Do some research on what people do with such a degree, then look at job adverts for grauate positions in the area and think about whetehr it sounds like what you would like.

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/careers-...el-and-tourism
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