Tourism Management

Posted by on Thursday, August 17th, 2017


Professional education program Tourism Management deals with tourism and all its important aspects.


At the beginning of the program the listener obtains comprehensive information about tourism, typology and major groups of services that you provide. They also learn about the role, content and creation of business strategy including theoretical and practical knowledge of management and company management in tourism. The program also includes modules focused on detailed knowledge of the problems of destination marketing, regions and cities, focusing on possibilities for financing these activities and linking private and public sectors. The program modules are also dealing with the issue of PR, tourism management, management, catering and accommodation facilities. Finally, the listener completes a module on the marketing of gastronomy as an element of the development of tourism. This program is designed for hotel owners, entrepreneurs, managers and employees of travel agencies, hotels, restaurants and other tourism marketers and tourist destinations. It is an ideal degree course for graduates with general courses (economics, law, marketing, philology) who are interested in finding jobs in the tourism industry.

Technical informations

  • DegreeMaster of Business Administration
  • Length of study2 years
  • Tuition fee$13,000

The fee includes admission of listener, manage his study profile, payments for monitoring and evaluating the results of his study, pay teachers for individual consultations, discharge, dissertation and graduation.
The average Manager can expect to take in roughly $44K annually. In the world of Hotel Managers, total cash compensation can vary between $23K and $86K. Each package generally includes bonuses and profit sharing proceeds, and in exceptional cases, those amounts can reach heights of $15K and $46K, respectively. While career length and the individual firm impact pay for this group, geographic location is the most influential factor. Job satisfaction for Hotel Managers is high*.

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