Duration: 2 semesters
Tuition fee: 4000EUR/semester
Program: Alfred Nobel Open Business School Switzerland & Collegium Humanum Warsaw Management University
Tourism is the fastest growing industry in today’s business world and companies continue to require academically qualified managers to give them a competitive edge in this highly competitive and thriving sector. This major explores the advanced theories, practices, and business models that make up the tourism and leisure field. Focusing on the development of executive skills and strategic thinking, this program will deliver the key competencies required in the industry while developing a student’s understanding of international and intercultural management needs.
A program that is relevant to employers needs
The MBA program covers knowledge and skills required for careers in the hospitality and tourism industry; a sector that encompasses many main sub-sectors and specialisms. The sector includes catering and entertainment, covering services like restaurants, pubs, fast-food outlets, clubs, coffee shops, and bars. It also includes all forms of short-term accommodation services like holiday resorts, inns, campgrounds, hotels, hostels, serviced apartments, and motels.
More widely it also includes tourism-support activities such as travel/tourism management services, airline cabin crew, and travel agents. Corporate entertainment is also a thriving and fast-growing aspect of the broader hospitality sector.
By definition, the scope of the hospitality and tourism sector also stretches into its support industries, especially where those support industries supply or support specific services unique to the tourism and hospitality sector. For example, specialist applied information technology (IT) such as hotel and restaurant management systems or travel reservation systems represent substantial sub-sectors in themselves, with their own exciting career paths.
Overall the tourism and hospitality industry is a major service sector in the world economy, encompassing a huge variety of services and accordingly a huge variety of skills, all of which require training that is both specific and relevant.
Our graduates gain qualifications enabling them to work on managerial positions in the field of tourism management, gaining a competitive advantage and increasing their value as well as attractiveness on the wider labor market.
Training is provided online with lectures, videos, and consultant assistance.
The course ends with the submission of a thesis and its defense.
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Travel and Tourism Organizations in a Global Context
Emerging Issues in the Tourism Industry
Marketing Strategies for Hospitality and Tourism