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  • BA (Hons) Hospitality and Tourism Management (MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management) - BCA College
    Hospitality and Tourism Management Department

    BA (Hons) Hospitality and Tourism Management (MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management)

    BCA College > Undergraduate Programmes > Hospitality and Tourism Management Department > BA (Hons) Hospitality and Tourism Management (MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management)

    Management of Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions

    MICE stands for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions. The sector is one of the fastest growing in the global tourism industry. Its turnover is over $ 1 billion and is expected to reach $ 2 billion by the end of the decade. The sector is booming due to the adoption of incentives by many companies as a reward for their employees for their performance, the increase in per capita income, especially in developing economies, and the dynamics of reports on the development of world trade. The MICE sector includes other organized events, which aim to attract tourist flows, such as festivals, concerts, celebrations and cultural events. The MICE industry has a positive impact on the development of businesses, cities, and wider areas. MICE event organization includes, in addition to travel, many other creative services, such as landscaping, decoration and signage, exhibition stands, event marketing, sponsorship management, photography and videography, staffing, catering, security and management services.

    The MICE Management program analyzes every aspect of the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions: planning, budgeting, organizing, managing contacts with regulators, customer and supplier relationships, reporting and feedback. At the same time, it examined the “big picture” and provided students with the theoretical and practical tools to understand the operation of the tourism industry, holistically, and to explore its relationship with the MICE sector.

    Graduates of the program, having built a solid academic background and developed professional skills, including the use of information technology, can pursue careers in the “industry” MICE in Greece and abroad.

    Delivery date(s):​

    October for the Fall Semester or
    February for the Spring Semester

    Duration:​

    4 years for October or February entry
    3 years for October or February entry, for those students who have a high school certificate (apolytirion) 15 or above and recognized English certificates (B2+ and above).

    Timetable:​

    Morning or/and evening classes

    Language of study:

    1st and 2nd Year: Either English or Greek
    3rd and 4th Year 4: English or
    All years in English

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    Programmes being taught

    Programme Benefits

    1

    It combines theoretical knowledge with everyday familiarity with tourism technology, utilizing innovative IT applications.

    2

    The courses are enriched with seminars, lectures and workshops, with speakers from top executives of the tourism and conference market, who transport students to the “field”, presenting real projects.

    3

    It offers great flexibility of professional employment, in terms of the form of employment relationship and gives career prospects without borders.

    University of West London
    Glion
    Les Roches
    Awards
    Co-curricular Activities
    Requirements for entry to level 3
    Requirements for entry to level 4


    Studying at BCA, you live in Greece but you are exposed to the learning experience designed and provided by a high-level British or Swiss University and you are awarded the same, Bachelor & Master degrees, awarded to UK and Swiss students., which are recognized in the Greek and international labor market. In addition, you will benefit from the digital technology with the specialized online educational platforms developed by BCA and incorporated into the Blended Learning philosophy.


    BCA College, offering high-level education, has concluded an articulation agreement with the internationally renowned Educational Institutions Les Roches and Glion, as the two educational institutions share the same vision and the same educational philosophy with the college.

    Undergraduate students have the option to attend the first 2 or 3 years at BCA (this depends on whether they have been admitted to the 1st year or directly to the 2nd year of the program based on the enrolment requirements) and the last year of their studies at the Glion Institute of Higher Education in Switzerland. This way, BCA’s students have the opportunity to receive their Bachelor degree either from Les Roches or from Glion.

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    The successful course of BCA is certified by the multiple awards it has received during the years of its educational operation. One of the most important prizes was its announcement of being the “COLLEGE OF THE YEAR”, awarded by the Education Leaders Awards Special Committee. More information on the BCA College Awards can be found here.


    The programmes of study provided by BCA College are further enriched with industrial visits, seminars and lectures organised during the year in parallel with the curriculum. These co-curricular activities bridge the academic theory taught in classrooms with current professional practice, transfer students’ know-how and expertise in real time, and connect them with renowned executives, entrepreneurs, and people with key positions in their field.

    An indicative applicant should possess an Apolytirion of at least 12 or IB Diploma or equivalent. However, we would welcome students to apply who have an Apolytirion of less than 12 provided that their marks on relevant subjects achieved prior to the panhellenic exams in the final year of schooling are at the level of 12 or above.  Interviews will be conducted, and applicants will be considered for their overall ability to attend the programme alongside all the above grades.

    Applicants have the option of attending the first 2 years of the programme either in English or in Greek. Those who wish to attend the first year in English are required to submit one of the following certifications:

    • IELTS: a minimum score of 5.5 (with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component of the test)
    • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE): Pass and above
    • Cambridge English: Advanced(CAE):  Pass and above
    • Cambridge English: First(FCE): Grade C or above
    • Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE): P( Pass) and above
    • Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE): P( Pass) and above
    • Pearson Academic (PTE): 42 (with a minimum score of 40 in each component of the test)
    • BCA IELTS Placement Test: a minimum score of 5.5 (with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component of the test)
    • Other English language qualifications may be considered.

    Applicants can be admitted to the second year of undergraduate studies (Level 4) as long as the grade of their high school certificate (apolytirion) is 17 or above.

    Applicants have the option of attending the first two years of the programme either in English or in Greek. Those who wish to attend second year modules in English should also submit one of the following certifications:

    • IELTS: a minimum score of 6.0 (with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component of the test)
    • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE): Pass and above
    • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE): Pass and above
    • Cambridge English: First (FCE): Grade C and above
    • Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE): P( Pass) and above
    • Pearson Academic (PTE): 53 (with a minimum score of 51 in each component of the test)
    • BCA IELTS Placement Test: a minimum score of 6.0 (with a minimum score of 5.5 in each component of the test)
    • Other English language qualifications may be considered.

    International Baccalaureate Diploma Graduates

    Applicants can be admitted to the second year of undergraduate studies ( Level 4) as long as the grade of their Diploma is 28 and above including at least 15 at higher level. IB students meet the English language entry requirements if they attain a minimum of 4 points in English at higher level. Those who do not have at least 4 points in English and wish to attend second year modules in English should also submit one of the above English certifications.

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    Programme Manager
    General Manager of BCA

    Dr. Christina Konstantinidou

    Dr Christina Konstantinidou holds a DBA degree in Business Administration from Nottingham Trent University. She received an MBA with Distinction in Business Administration from Kingston University and an MA in Adult Education from the Hellenic Open University.

    Furthermore, she holds a BA Honours First Class in Business Management from Kingston University and a BH Honours First Class in Humanities in European Culture with a full scholarship from the Hellenic Open University.

    She has extended work experience in the hospitality industry. For 23 years, she has worked as the General Manager of Porto Hydra Hotel (a 4-Star, 300 rooms hotel) with numerous awards and global distinctions. She also worked for 3 years as the General Manager of “Time Share Hellas SA” and contributed to the promotion of alternative tourism products/services. For 21 consecutive years, she was a member of the Board of Directors of Akti Plepi S.A., which contributed significantly to the advancement of the tourist destination of the prefecture of Argolida. For 8 years she was the Managing Director of the company “Diachiristiki S.A.”.

    Since 2017 she has worked for BCA College as a member of its academic faculty. In 2018 she took over the Management of the Hospitality & Tourism Management department of BCA, while in 2019, she took over the General Management of BCA College.

    She has extensive educational experience in the private sector. She has been a Module Leader in multiple modules delivered in BCA College in partnership with Plymouth University and in collaboration with the University of West London. Also, she has worked educationally with AGSM and the “University Degli Studio Guglielmo Marconi”.

    She has been a keynote speaker at conferences and workshops of numerous Greek and multinational companies. Furthermore, she has offered several webinars under the Empowered project, powered by kariera.gr and sponsored by 3E-Coca Cola. Moreover, she has delivered multiple lectures on various projects powered by Regeneration and sponsored by Pireaus Bank. At the same time, she has volunteered her services as a mentor related to Youth and Women Empowered under the coordination of 3E-Coca Cola and kariera.gr

    She has published several articles in newspapers and magazines.

    The focus of her interest is on adult education, the new trends of hybrid and blended learning, the digital transformation and the tourism and hospitality sector.

    Programme Structure

    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    Non-mandatory
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    Non-mandatory
    Non-mandatory
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Autumn Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    20 Credits
    Spring Semester
    Non-mandatory
    Award Title Notes
    Cert HE

    Certificate of Higher Education MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management

    Participants need to obtain 120 credit points
    Dip HE

    Diploma of Higher Education MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management

    Participants need to obtain 240 credit points
    Ordinary degree

    BA (Hons) Hospitality and Tourism Management (MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management)

    Participants need to obtain 320 credit points
    BSc

    BA (Hons) Hospitality and Tourism Management (MICE, Travel Agencies and Tour Operators Management)

    Participants need to obtain 360 credit points

    The exit awards as well as the criteria for obtaining them:

    All undergraduate programmes, in addition to the Bachelor’s degree, also offer intermediate-supplementary undergraduate awards, such as the Higher Education Certificate and the Higher Education Diploma. These undergraduate titles, which can also be obtained with a degree or honors, are awarded to those students who have completed a part of the undergraduate course.

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