Short Degree (Bachelor)
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Would you like to make destinations -countries, cities or regions- attractive to tourists? And do you want to come up with ways of traveling that are both meaningful and sustainable? Discover the world of tourism: a world where everything revolves around entrepreneurship, hospitality and creativity. This short degree is a customised programme based on your current knowledge and experience in hospitality business
Practical & personal teaching method
Together with your classmates and lecturers you will be working on several projects. During this project you can decide to focus on your talents, interests, or perhaps you’ll prefer to work on skills that need improvement. With personal coaching we help you to become a successful professional or expert in a specific field.
Real-life cases & study trips to expand your network
In each quartile you will work on a real-life case coming from an organisation or company in the field. That means also become acquainted with the entire hospitality industry. You will also gain insight into the professional field, as our programme organises incredible study trips abroad and inspiring guest lectures and excursions.
Discover the world of Smart Tech
Launch a virtual reality app that gives tourists a preview of the destination they are planning to travel to, or design an app that assists them on their holiday. Learn to cater to your client’s needs and use smart tools to create unforgettable experiences for your clients. You come up with a plan and an end product, and others make it happen.
During your study programme
The Tourism Management programme relates directly to issues and developments within the industry. You will work on real life business cases and learn to recognize opportunities, taking into account both people and nature. You will know exactly what travelers want, how you create the best experience for them and how you provide hospitable service.
Tourism is changing rapidly. Traditional positions such as product manager at a tour operator or staff member at a resort still exist. But there are plenty of new opportunities in many different areas. You could be hired by local councils or consultancy agencies to redevelop regions. You could also start your own business, work for one of the innovators in the industry or for an online platform.