Where is the school
The Tourism Institute of East Africa is located by:
Plot 282 Willis Rd,
P. O. Box 28191
How can I contact TIEA
You can contact TIEA by calling on +256 414 270 540 or +256703747685 (WhatsApp) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How is my application processed
After completely filling the Application Form, Yadley.com recruitment team will evaluate your application. If successful, your application will be sent to the Academic Coordinator’s office for further assessment for admission.
Is there a work placement component to the course?
Yes! It is extremely important for you to obtain as much experience as possible prior to graduation. All this adds significantly to the success you achieve. For this reason there is an internship within the Bachelor of Tourism Management that consists of 400 hours of approved industry experience. This may be negotiated by yourself or through the work placement co-coordinator in an area that interests you. There is also opportunity to add one semester to your degree and work in the field full-time midway through your course. The degree is very flexible. This can also involve undertaking an international study exchange.
I do not have an English Language qualification. Am I eligible to apply?
For non-English Speaking students, 3 months language training is required before they start their studies.
Will you guarantee me a job after my training
Sorry, we can’t guarantee employment as it is against our policy. While you receive an excellent level of education and training, your employability will depend on your work ethic, attitude and interview style which we take you though. These are points that we continually highlight during the entire educational experience to prepare students to enter the workforce.
Do you provide accommodation by the school
TIEA does not own a hostel but it has partnered with hostel owners to take there students who may want to use a hostel and price quotes can be obtained on request
Have lecturers and tutors worked in tourism – what experience do they have?
The lecturers and tutors who are involved in tourism management represent every sector of tourism both within Australia and internationally. They have extensive and ongoing experience in their fields of tourism focus and maintain strong industry contacts that assist students to obtain work internships and positions after the completion of their degree. The lecturers are often called on by tourism organizations and businesses to undertake consultancy work and they are active researchers.