Characteristics of this study programme conducted in English are that students attend classes continuously during the first and second semesters, and that classes are held on Fridays and Saturdays. In order to obtain knowledge in a quality manner, students undertake their first scientific research project under the tuition of the assigned mentor and other teachers in the first semester. Based on this, students are marked in four subjects from the first semester. Similarly, in the second semester, students work on the second project assignment the results of which are presented to teachers taking part in the teaching process in this semester. A student completes the final Master’s thesis with the assistance of mentors who had supervised student’s first and second research project, which is publicly defended before the members of the commission. A considerable part of research results obtained in the first and second research project shall also be included in the final Master’s thesis. The aforementioned method of acquiring knowledge during the master studies has been successfully implemented for four years now within the study programme in the field of tourism and hospitality management which is conducted in the Serbian language. In this study programme realization, apart from the teachers of Singidunum Universty, the following renowned professors and scientific workers will also take part in: - Prof. Magda Antonioli, PhD, Bocconi University, Milano, Italy - Prof. Drako Prebežac, PhD, Faculty of Economics, University of Zagreb, Croatia - Prof. Tadeja Jere Lazanski, PhD, Vice Rector of University of Primorska, Koper, and professor at the Faculty of Tourism (Turistica), Portrož, Slovenia - Prof. Christine Juen, IMC Krems University, Krems, Austria These professors shall be appointed to the position of visiting professor. Classes begin in the second half of November. The number of students shall be restricted to 40.