A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
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The Master in International Tourism Management, majoring in Management of International Tourism Destinations, is designed to equip professionals and executives to lead global business projects in the tourism sector. [+]
The Master in Hotel Management and Restoration, which aims to train professionals and managers to lead global business projects in the field of hospitality management, but from the business perspective necessary to be efficient in decision making within this sector So globalized and dynamic, and do not obviate the impact of new technologies. [+]
The Master in Hospitality Management and Restoration, which aims to train professionals and managers who lead global business projects in the field of hospitality management, but from the necessary business perspective to be efficient in decision-making within this sector globalized and dynamic, and not obviate the impact of new technologies. [+]
Hospitality is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic sectors of global business and industry professionals require a 21st century skill set to stay competitive. In a world that has become very connected, it is vital for future leaders to have strong international perspectives and an in-depth understanding of the cultural immersion key to holistic approach to the global hospitality business. [+]
The University Master Degree in Hotel Management, adapted to the European Higher Education Area, is a full-time program (90 ECTS credits) aimed at recent graduates interested in hotel management. It places special emphasis on finance and leadership in the international hospitality industry. [+]
The University Master Degree in Hotel Management, adapted to the European Higher Education Area, is a full-time program (90 ECTS credits) aimed at recent graduates interested in hotel management. It places special emphasis on finance and leadership in the international hospitality industry. The program aims to train operative leaders. It is focused on action, and is participatory and results-oriented. Its objective is to train professionals specialized in the general and operations management of hotel businesses. Upon completion, the graduate will have the solid knowledge of management they need to be able to lead all types of hotel projects on an international level, and will have acquired the skills needed for high-responsibility positions in the hotel industry. All this is within a framework of sustainability, social responsibility and ethics. ... [-]
The two years’ Master's program is developed in cooperation with ETOUR, a leading tourism research center in Northern Europe. With us, students will receive a unique opportunity to gain quality education through cutting edge courses that link up-to-date research to contemporary practices in the area of tourism and human geography. [+]
Tourism plays a major role in the economies of many countries, including New Zealand. Study for your Master's degree in one of the world's leading tourist destinations. [+]
Tourism plays a major role in the economies of many countries, including New Zealand. Study for your Master's degree in one of the world's leading tourist destinations.
You'll increase your understanding of the complex issues surrounding tourism while developing your tourism management skills and expertise. Improve your research and analytical abilities and hone your communication and presentation skills.
You'll graduate prepared for a challenging role in today’s competitive and ever-changing travel environment, anywhere in the world. You'll be studying with Victoria's School of Management — a leading management school in New Zealand with an international reputation for high-quality scholarship and strong links with industry leaders in both the public and private sectors, locally and overseas.... [-]
The aim of the Master in Management with a track in Sustainable Tourism and Protected Areas or Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality is to offer a predominantly professionally-oriented education for anyone aspiring to obtain a senior management position or an international business career in the tourism sector or become a specialist in protected areas management. [+]
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. [+]
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.
The hospitality industry is the second largest industry in the world. 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.... [-]
The Master’s programme in International Hospitality and Service Management enables students to prepare for a career in the hospitality industry. The course has been rated the best Master in Hospitality in The Netherlands according to 2016 Keuzegids information guide. The course also provides students with the option to gain practical work experience in Stenden’s own 4-star hotel. [+]
The Master’s programme in International Hospitality and Service Management enables students to prepare for a career in the hospitality industry. The course has been rated the best Master in Hospitality in The Netherlands according to 2016 Keuzegids information guide. The course also provides students with the option to gain practical work experience in Stenden’s own 4-star hotel.
NHL Stenden offers students the chance to complete a single or dual degree. Students who complete the single degree will get a Dutch Master of Arts (MA) whereas students who complete a dual degree will receive a Dutch Master of Arts (MA) as well as a British Master of Science (MSc). The British Master of Science is issued by NHL Stenden’s partner university, the University of Derby in the UK.... [-]
In our programme, you will live an enthusiastic learning experience that will enhance your personal attitude toward tourism giving you a decisive boost to your brilliant career in the world of tourism. [+]
The specific objective of the programme is for students to acquire the tools for economic analysis and apply them to public and private policy-making related to tourism and events. [+]
When considering postgraduate study it’s important to take into account the reputation of the institution. It will indicate to an employer the quality of education the student has received. The Blue Mountains, Master of International Hotel Management course was designed in response to demand from corporate organisations. This is to meet the need for professionals with higher-level qualifications, and from competitive individuals wishing to accelerate their career progression. [+]
Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world as well as a social, environmental, geographical, anthropological and economic phenomenon. [+]
The Masters in Tourism Planning and Management (MTPM)’s main objectives are threefold; firstly is to prepare future professionals to strategically manage and make sustainable and effective decisions in placements of high responsibility in tourism institutions; secondly is to provide future professionals with an integrated knowledge of the dynamics of tourism development, the principles of sustainable management, environmental issues, the role of cultural diversity and creativity for innovation and the governance of tourism networks the quality management of customer services; and thirdly is to train future researchers in the field of tourism management. [+]