As part of the bachelor Tourism Management you will develop new products within the tourism industry aimed at needs and wishes of the target group. By knowing your guests you can create an unforgettable experience and evolve a strategic vision. You are passionate to work in an intercultural context. Skills that appeal to you are; being hospitable, easily getting in touch with people, creative and organisation talent. Change means challenges and opportunities to you and you think in possibilities. You are the linking pin between tourism organizations, guests and the company you work for.
The regional and international tourism-and-hospitality industry is the primary focus of this course. Hostmanship and guest experience are key elements in this program. You'll learn how to make people feel welcome, whether they're a guest or employee. You're prepared to create connections, making you the link between the company, the employee, and the guest. You also have the skills to connect different organisations together to promote a city or a region. You'll learn about subjects like marketing, human resource management, research, intercultural communication, strategic management, financial management, and international law. From the beginning you'll develop your entrepreneurial mindset and you'll learn everything there is to know about entrepreneurship.
You'll be working with other students on projects for actual companies from day one. You'll also get industry experience from your first year with internships and company visits, and you'll take steps towards your future career in a hotel, restaurant, events agency, or holiday resort. You'll also choose a minor as part of your course. Most Tourism Management students pick an international minor or internship. We have an international network to help you along the way. You'll also develop your research skills on this course and learn how to conduct independent research.
In the third and fourth years, you can schedule your classes according to your interests. Do you want to go on to get your master's? Then undertake extensive research and write a thesis. Are you a more practical person? Then you can do multiple internships to help you learn about the range of careers and sectors, or you can do market research in preparation for starting your own business.
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After graduation, you'll be well prepared to take on a variety of challenges thanks to your strategic and analytical ability to handle issues methodically. You could work in a marketing department or put your specialty knowledge into practice in the hospitality world. You can use your knowledge and skills both domestically and internationally to provide your guests with the ideal experience.