The Innovative Hospitality Management
The Innovative Hospitality Managementprogram is aone-year master course (60 ECTS). The first part of the program takes place in Barcelona, Spain; the second program segment is offered at Maastricht Hotel Management School in the Netherlands, while work placement can take you anywhere in the world. Besides the specific modules taught at each university, several subjects (like the leadership competencies) will continue throughout the year, regardless of your location.This one-year program, held in association with the Oxford School of Hotel Management (Oxford, UK), is directed at graduates with a particular interest in the creative and multicultural aspects of the hospitality industry.
These are the main focuses of the Innovative Hospitality Management program:
Leadership Competencies: The people working in hospitality are the ones in charge of making it an interesting field for personal and professional growth. competencies monitored include personal development, communication skills, intercultural, leadership and networking skills.
Innovation in hospitality: New trends in the hospitality field are changing the scenario of jobs in the future. the program prepares students to provide a more creative and efficient approach to the profession. Real life case studies complement the academic inputs.
Hospitality Management: Students become acquainted with a creative and systematic pursuit of organizational goals within the hospitality industry, by planning, organizing, leading and controlling the available resources in a concerted and sustainable way.
Hospitality Research (in association with Oxford Brokes University):Research skills in the hospitality field are a critical
factor for anticipating future scenarios and for transferring academic knowledge needed to face challenges in the industry
With an annual growth forecast of 5 percent for this decade, the Travel and Tourism sector is one of the world's largest and fastest growing industries. Its importance should not be underestimated. For example, it represents more than 50% of direct investments to developing countries. Emerging markets in general and China in particular, are mainly responsible for the growth of the travel and tourism industry. Tourism has also become one of the main sources of international contact and cultural exchange.
Ramon Llull University, recognozed by the Chinese Ministry
In December 2012Ramon Llull University featured among thelist of universities recognized by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China,next to the University of Deusto, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas and San Pablo CEU University, being 4 State only Spanish private universities to have this recognition.
This involves the formal consideration by the Chinese Government thatRamon Llull University is considered a recommended university to Chinese students to wishing to study abroad.
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Last updated February 1, 2016