Studying travel & tourism from home has never been easierPosted on 23/11/2016 by Jess O'Connor
ITC Study From Home is making it even easier for students all around New Zealand to access a high-quality travel and tourism education.
Earlier this year, the College made amendments to its Study From Home programme to ensure that more New Zealanders could achieve a travel & tourism qualification.
Previously, students were required to attend an on-campus Orientation Day in Auckland and to attend classes at either the City or Botany campus for up to four weeks in certain courses. These restrictions – which were largely out of ITC’s control – meant that students who could not make it to Auckland were unable to enrol in the courses.
Now, thanks to changes to the AMADEUS curriculum, students no longer need to attend any in-person classes as part of their studies. They may also choose not to attend Orientation Day if they submit a video recording to the Study From Home tutorial team.
These changes make it much easier for students who live far away from Auckland to study travel and tourism via distance learning. Whether you live in Kaitaia or the Bluff, you can enrol in one of Study From Home’s leading travel and tourism qualifications.
That said, it’s still worth coming along to the Orientation Day if you can find affordable transport and accommodation to Auckland. The Orientation Day is a wonderful opportunity to meet your classmates and get to know your tutors – not to mention it’s a good excuse for a little trip to the City of Sails!
Whatever you decide, the good news is it’s never been easier to study travel and tourism from the comfort of your own home. If you’ve been thinking about a career in this exciting industry, get in touch today. We’re now taking enrolments for 2017 and we’d love to hear from you.Posted in Inspiration and motivation, Study From Home Tips | Leave a reply