The global travel sector remains extremely important both for business and leisure. As the travel and tourism industry recovers and develops, so too will career opportunities both in the UK and abroad.
During your course you’ll work towards an industry-recognised qualification, but our courses provide so much more. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge needed, whether you want to continue your studies at university, or ensure you are well equipped to become employed in the travel, tourism or other customer service focused industry.
The college’s excellent learning environment includes a mock aircraft cabin complete with seats and a galley which allows learners to gain practical experience of working on an aircraft, and you’ll use specialist industry software. Lecturers have a wealth of knowledge and passion for the industry, having worked in a range of different travel roles. In addition you’ll hear from expert speakers within the travel sector as well as enjoy enriching visits and trips.
"I have worked in travel my whole career since school from a trainee at American Express Travel before moving on for many wonderful years at Thomas Cook. After having a family I worked in small independent agencies before entering into teaching travel and tourism at Eastleigh College where I have been for 15 years. I love maps/geography/talking about travel and of course travelling. I enjoy helping students grow and follow their dreams and develop into future employees in the travel sector." Michelle Thornton, Travel & Tourism, Tutor and Lecturer for Levels 2 and 3
School Leaver Courses
Generally studied by 16-18 year olds as an alternative to A-Levels.
The kind and helpful staff at Eastleigh go above and beyond for their students. I particularly enjoyed all the field trips, meeting different guest speakers and doing my insightful work placement.
Three new immersive classrooms unveiled at Eastleigh College
Eastleigh College have installed three new immersive classrooms on campus to enrich the learning experience by exposing learners to technologies aligned to their future career aspirations.
Industry Week gives learners unmissable January
Learners have returned to campus for the New Year for a jam-packed itinerary of workshops, talks and activities.