Tourism is a proposal for English speaking students not only from the European Union but whole the world. Our offer embraces two important aspects of tourism, a spatial and economic one. The first group of the lectures refers to the tourist space in the regional approach presenting the most important tourist values and attractions of the chosen continents, countries and regions, stressing the areas which refer to the scientific tasks of the University. The second group of lectures invokes the economic aspect of tourism. Some of the topics offered by our Institute directly or indirectly present the trends in contemporary tourism pointing the directions of its development and preparing for responsible action in this dynamic market. Due to the specific group of students from all over the world the way of studying, in some of the lectures and exercises, focuses more on their own work, literature research and presentations of the solutions to the different problems common on the tourist market.
Our program offers also a practical approach realized during the field trip where each student gets practical knowledge about one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe and learns the difficult task of the tour operator and a tourist guide. This prepares the students to work in the changing conditions so characteristic for the tourist market and to define and solve scientific problems, a skill welcomed while preparing a master thesis. It is worth stressing the studying at Tourism is a unique experience and a chance to meet representatives of different regions, cultures and a perfect place to exchange opinions about the world of tourism.
- Certified copies of your Bachelor Diploma
- Certified copies of your academic records
- Certified copies of your English proficiency (B2 level)
- A digital passport photo
- A copy of the passport
- A medical certificate
- Confirmation of payment registration fee on the University account
About the School
The University of Wroc?aw has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg the university evolved from a modest school run by Jesuits into one of the biggest academic ins ... Read More