Master Degree in Tourism and Hospitality in Netherlands

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A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

The people, language, and culture of the Netherlands is referred to as "Dutch". A modern European country today, Netherlands preserved its highly international character and is known for its liberal mentality. The Netherlands has many universities. The country has recently converted their own titles into the bachelor/master system. There are two types of universities: Academic (focussing more on theoretical knowledge, aka "Universiteit") or Applied Sciences (focussing more on practical knowledge, aka "Hogeschool")

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Master of Business Administration in International Hospitality (MBA)

Hotelschool The Hague
Campus Full time 13 months September 2018 Netherlands Amsterdam

The MBA Programme of Hotelschool The Hague educates the next generation of hospitality-minded leaders and focuses on Innovation, Strategic Business Development, Change Management and Leadership. You learn to combine Business Brains with a Hospitality Heart, in all corners of the Service Industry! [+]

The MBA Programme of Hotelschool The Hague educates the next generation of hospitality-minded leaders and focuses on Innovation, Strategic Business Development, Change Management and Leadership.  You learn to combine Business Brains with a Hospitality Heart, in all corners of the Service Industry! The programme, based in Amsterdam, starts in September each year and runs for 13 months full-time. In this time you will enhance your knowledge and leadership competencies, providing you with the tools and perspectives necessary to forge your own strategy and implementation scenarios for your future career. On completion of the programme, Hotelschool The Hague will award you the diploma and degree title ‘Master of Business Administration in International Hospitality Management’. This highly international programme is open to graduates with a hospitality-related or economics/business management Bachelor’s degree.... [-]


Master in International Leisure and Tourism Studies

NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 14 months September 2017 Netherlands Leeuwarden

The Master’s programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies is designed for students who are interested in developing sustainable leisure concepts from an economic and management perspective. [+]

The Master’s programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies is designed for students who are interested in developing sustainable leisure concepts from an economic and management perspective. The Master’s programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies is designed for students who are interested in developing sustainable leisure concepts from an economic and management perspective. Enrol in a course that blends leisure and tourism in a unique way. Broad-ranging course with excellent career prospects. Earn a dual degree and get a Dutch Master of Arts (MA) and British Master of Science (MSc) in 14 months. Our partner the University of Derby, UK, is ranked nr. 1 in the Guardian University League 2015 in Hospitality, Tourism and Events education. Combine academic and applied research and benefit from a strong link with the industry. Career Graduates of our Master’s programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies have a variety of career opportunities in the labour market, finding work, for example, as policymakers at the local, regional or national level or as managers at a hotel chain, theme park or other venue. Careers Careers open to graduates include: Policy and Planning Research and Education Consultancy and Development Management The 14-month Master’s programme in International Leisure and Tourism Studies focuses on sustainability and quality of life within the context of the past, present and future. You will explore established theories relating to leisure and tourism (past), discuss current cases (present) and use scenario planning as a tool for identifying future trends and developments (future). Stenden... [-]

Master in International Service Management

NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 14 months September 2017 Netherlands Leeuwarden + 1 more

Do you have a service-minded attitude, are you critical and curious? Are you looking for the best possible preparation for a successful career in the hospitality industry? If this describes you, you'll find that this Master's degree in International Hospitality and Service Management is perfect for you! [+]

Best Masters in Tourism and Hospitality in Netherlands 2017/2018. Do you have a service-minded attitude, are you critical and curious? Are you looking for the best possible preparation for a successful career in the hospitality industry? If this describes you, you'll find that this Master's degree in International Hospitality and Service Management is perfect for you! Best Rated Master in Hospitality in the Netherlands according to the 2016 edition of the Dutch Master’s programme information guide Keuzegids Master’s Earn a dual degree and get a Dutch Master of Arts (MA) and British Master of Science (MSc) in 14 months. Option to acquire practical work experience on management level at the 4-star Stenden Hotel. Post-graduate internship opportunities in the United States, the Netherlands, Australia, South America and Spain. Our partner University of Derby, UK, is ranked nr. 1 in the Guardian University League 2015 in Hospitality, Tourism and Events education. Career A Master’s degree in International Hospitality and Service Management prepares you for a successful career in the service or hospitality industry. This industry is growing at a tremendous pace with an expected increase of more than 30% of jobs worldwide by 2022. The hospitality industry is undergoing constant change, not least driven by shifting customer demands. These changes add to the complexity of the role of hospitality manager, and as a highly skilled graduate of this course you will be in high demand at a variety of companies all over the world. Strategic job As a hospitality and service management... [-]

Master Degree in Innovative Hospitality Management

Zuyd University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time September 2017 Netherlands Maastricht

The one-year Master programme in Innovative Hospitality Management (60ECTS) is the result of an international collaboration between the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management Sant Ignasi (Spain) affiliated of the ESADE Foundation and Hotel Management School Maastricht. (The Netherlands). The programme is held in association with the Oxford School of Hospitality Management (UK) and is directed at graduates with a particular interest in the creative and multicultural aspects of the hospitality industry. [+]

Master in hospitality: innovation and management

The Master programme in Innovative Hospitality Management is the result of an international collaboration between TSI-Tourism Sant Ignasi affiliated to the ESADE Foundation and a member of Ramon Llull University (Barcelona, Spain) and the Hotel Management School Maastricht (HMSM) of Zuyd University of Applied Sciences (Maastricht, the Netherlands). This one-year master in hospitality programme, held in association with the Oxford Brookes University Business School (Oxford, UK), is directed at graduates with a particular interest in the creative and multicultural aspects of the hospitality 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.... [-]


Master in Arts and Culture Studies with a specialisation in Place, Culture and Tourism

Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication - Erasmus University Rotterdam
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2018 Netherlands Rotterdam + 1 more

In this programme, you study the complex interplay between place, culture and tourism. You will learn to find creative, yet critical solutions to challenges in the tourism industry. [+]

Best Masters in Tourism and Hospitality in Netherlands 2017/2018. How can we make sense of New Zealand's 50% increase in tourism after the release of the Lord of the Rings trilogy? What motivates over 1.5 million people each year to visit Auschwitz in Poland? And why are the majority of Air France's destinations former colonies of France? This programme will help you understand the international and dynamic field of cultural tourism and enable you to jumpstart a career in this ever-expanding field. The tourism sector has grown into one of the most important industries in today's world economy. Cities, regions and nations are involved in a non-stop competition for the favours of the global tourist flows. The field has become more and more diverse, as a result of globalization and digitization. As an increasing amount of people is able and eager to travel across the globe, different cultures around the world become interconnected. This calls for new professionals in culture and tourism, who possess the knowledge and skills to anticipate and understand the global dynamics between societies, cultures, media and tourism. In this master, you focus on questions such as: How can we disclose cultural heritage sites to international tourism in an environmentally and community friendly way? Which opportunities and challenges does the tourist industry pose for Indigenous communities? How do the history of tourism and our colonial heritage resonate in contemporary tourist practices? How have globalization and the emergence of digital technologies affected tourism and other types of mobility?... [-]