The Bachelor of Tourism degree will provide students with the fundamental knowledge of the tourism industry, preparing for exciting jobs in the field of tourism.
With a Bachelor of Tourism, students will learn the business and management principals of tourism in all forms, such as ecotourism, luxury, as well as sustainable business practices. Examples of coursework for Bachelor of Tourism programs include tourism information technology, sociology of tourism, management, marketing, and cultural heritage. Graduates of Bachelor of Tourism programs have built the skills and knowledge necessary to start careers and have many opportunities in areas such as hotels, travel agencies, adventure sports, wellness centers, resorts, and cruises, among many others.
If you are passionate about travel and tourism and want to turn this into a rewarding and exciting career, then a Bachelor of Tourism is waiting for you. Take a look through the options below!
The Moroccan-accredited Hotelier Management course prepares for the Bac + 3 diploma in Hospitality Management. It is a sector of excellence imbued with the latest academic practices and the best international standards. [+]
This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in international tourism management. In 3 or 4 years' time, you will become a... [+]
Bachelor in International Tourism Management
This English-taught professional bachelor's programme prepares you for a career in international tourism management. In 3 or 4 years' time, you will become a professional in this dynamic and cross-cultural sector.Broaden your horizonsHow can tourism contribute to the sustainable development of emerging destinations? How does the cultural context influence tourism development policies? Can you plan and implement a whole new holiday experience for an existing destination?
After your graduation in Breda, you can apply your expertise in the dynamic world of tourism or deepen your knowledge with a master’s study.... [-]
This qualification provides students who have a particular interest in the service sector a range of specialised learning in the tourism and hotel/hospitality industry. The specialist knowledge gained from the Hotel Management major is to clearly give advantage to students who wish to pursue careers in the hotel/hospitality industry. [+]
Tourists and their movements; management of tourism businesses; hospitality relations in tourism and leisure; public management, planning and socio-economic, cultural and environmental impacts of tourism. [+]
The IFT's BA Tourism Event Management is a programme designed with the modern hospitality professional in mind. [+]
Are you interested in a career in Florida’s booming tourism and hospitality industry? Do you want to take your passion for cooking, travel, restaurants and hotels and turn it into a rewarding career? [+]
The hotel and restaurant business is a constantly growing worldwide industry, which needs modern, multicultural, customer-oriented experts with good leadership and project management skills. [+]
Degree Programme in Tourism and Hospitality Management
Degree: Bachelor of Hospitality Management
Degree title in Finnish: Restonomi (AMK)
Duration and extent of studies:
3.5 years, 210 credits, including 30 credits of placement
The hotel and restaurant business is a constantly growing worldwide industry, which needs modern, multicultural, customer-oriented experts with good leadership and project management skills.
The Degree Programme in Tourism and Hospitality Management offers a wide range of studies that prepare students to meet and manage today's clients' high demands for high-class and innovative services. Students will learn how to design hotel, restaurant and touristic services, how to manage a business and how to be a successful leader. Sales and marketing skills are also needed, as well as intercultural communication and versatile language skills.... [-]
Every September we welcome a new intake of students for the full-time and part-time versions of our Bachelor programme, which is taught exclusively in English. The early stages of the Bachelor programme are mainly devoted to general business topics such as [+]
Bachelor Tourism and Leisure Management
Every September we welcome a new intake of students for the full-time and part-time versions of our Bachelor programme, which is taught exclusively in English. The early stages of the Bachelor programme are mainly devoted to general business topics such as marketing and accounting. In later semesters the focus of attention switches to more specific issues related to tourism product development, the tourism and leisure industry, finance and entrepreneurship. The programme is aimed particularly at students with an interest in
• Business administration
• Cutting-edge management approaches... [-]
By entering the world of Hospitality Management with BMIHMS, you’ll start on a career path that opens doors to working worldwide. It’s a fast growing industry with high demand for qualified management level staff. By earning the right qualifications combined with hard work and initiative, you’ll soon find yourself reaching a senior position, managing people and exciting projects. [+]
Duration: 3 years full-time Commencing: 2 semesters/ year Program level: Undergraduate Faculty: Hospitality Management Credit: 120 - 180 ECTS Location: - Lausanne campus - Zurich campus [+]
Does the mere sight of a suitcase or backpack give you goosebumps? Would you like to be part of an intercultural environment – learning about other cultures while sharing your own? Do you want to help people have experiences that will enrich their lives? Do you realise that English is the global language of tourism? [+]
The degree in hotel management responds to the need for a growing professionalization of the human resources linked to the hotel business: by the demand for quality, by the increase of national and international competition and by the emergence of large Portuguese hotel groups. [+]
Typically studied across a 3-year period, you will learn what it takes to operate a hotel to the satisfaction of your guests in the Bachelor of Business in Hotel Management. Providing hospitality to your guests – as well as managing administration and leading your staff – demands attention to detail and great people skills. You’ll develop skills in managing organizations, food and beverage, marketing, global tourism practices, financial management, business law, competitive strategy and human resources management, among many other subjects. [+]
The bachelor study course at the HTW Chur places value in a comprehensive training in tourism with focus on international tourism and leisure-time management. Four full-time classes are taught each [+]
Bachelor in Tourism
The bachelor study course at the HTW Chur places value in a comprehensive training in tourism with focus on international tourism and leisure-time management. Four full-time classes are taught each year, whereby three cases are taught in both German and English and one class only in English.
The study concept is oriented towards practically useful career qualifications. The overall objective is development of leadership competency. In order to gain this, competency is required in management, expert knowledge and methodology. This competency is provided in a modular system from a didactic and content point of view during the three year study course.... [-]