ABTA works very closely with universities and colleges who join our ABTA Partner scheme. These universities and colleges are able to attend ABTA’s twice-yearly regional meetings and meet ABTA Members in their area. They have exclusive access to ABTA’s vast industry resources and expertise through the Member zone of ABTA’s website and via regular communications from ABTA, as well as attending ABTA events. ABTA Education Partners receive an annual guest lecture from ABTA’s team of experts and university Partners have the exclusive opportunity for their students to apply for ABTA’s annual internship.
At ABTA we encourage our Members to take on interns, graduates and work placements wherever possible.
ABTA offers a one month, paid internship (at the London Living Wage rate) to one student from an ABTA Education Partner University annually. The successful candidate will work within ABTA’s Destinations and Sustainability team on a live project. One of ABTA’s goals is to ensure the travel industry is building a sustainable future, so this internship is a great opportunity to get some real, hands-on experience of working on sustainability initiatives at ABTA.
Students at ABTA Partner Universities can apply for the 2018 ABTA Internship through their course leaders. A short essay is required in order to be considered and applications close on 1 March. If you aren’t sure who to contact at your university, please contact Vicki Wolf on email@example.com.
Students at ABTA Partner Universities are invited to apply for the position through their Universities.
Hear from our first ABTA intern, Amy Edmonds, who was a final year student at Plymouth University. Amy went on to secure a role at TUI Headquarters shortly after working for ABTA. Students from any year can apply for our internship.
Lee McGavin, from London South Bank University also shares his experience as does this year's intern, Nicola Pearce from Leeds Beckett University.
Partner+ Bournemouth University Department of Tourism and Hospitality is situated, less than two hours from London by train. Our academic, business and student services are geared to the professions and supported by a passionate commitment to high-quality academic endeavour and achievement.
BSc Events Management: Develop the skills, competence and confidence you need to thrive in the ever-changing events management environment. BSc Tourism Management - Study the economic, social, political, cultural and environmental significance of tourism.
The Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management Department at Cardiff Metropolitan University is the foremost collective of academics in these disciplines in Wales, and one of the leading collectives in the UK.
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London offers courses and apprenticeships for work or university. It recently achieved a fantastic Ofsted result and is rated top of all similar London colleges for performance and learner satisfaction.
Leeds Beckett is home to the School of Events,Tourism & Hospitality, which is the largest school of this kind in the world.The School is recognized by ITT as a Centre of Excellence in tourism education, as well by UNWTO for its work in Responsible Tourism.
London South Bank University (LSBU) is celebrating 125 years this year. Established as the Borough Polytechnic Institute in 1892, the original aim of LSBU was 'to promote the industrial skill, general knowledge, health and well-being of young men and women', which remains remarkably similar today.
The Department offers course at undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels, we are connected with a wide range of external organisations including industrial, commercial and professional bodies.
Study tourism at the University of Derby and you’ll be based at our Buxton Campus. Situated on the edge of the Peak District, one of the busiest National Parks in the UK, and with 38,000 tourism businesses in the area, Buxton is the perfect choice to study your tourism degree with the University of Derby.
The University is the UK's leading business-facing university and an exemplar in the sector. It is innovative and enterprising and challenges individuals and organisations to excel. The Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management courses are ranked in the to
Learn, work and develop in the company of experts. The School of Tourism and Hospitality are proud to deliver a range of exciting programmes specialising in Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Ranked number one in the UK by the Guardian, The Times and the National Student Survey, hospitality and tourism programmes at Surrey combine a fresh, dynamic outlook with a leading international reputation.
With over 180 years of pioneering education for all, the University of Wolverhampton has an excellent reputation for offering education with a unique combination of theoretical, functional and practical approaches to meet the needs of today’s environment.
Travel and tourism is about getting out there, seeing different places and meeting new people, so your course will have a real focus on practical activities and trips to visit local destinations and organisations.