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Courses are conducted in the form of lectures and seminars. The average size of a class is 30 students thus allowing an interactive dialogue between professors and students. The three core elements of the curriculum are:
- Business Economics: Courses in Business Studies form the basis of the programme. Examples of courses in this field are: Mathematics, Statistics, Integrated Service Management, and Finance & Accounting.
- Industry-specific courses: students get to know the tourism industry from the scratch and gain in depth knowledge of specific management-related subjects such as Structures and Organizations in the international hospitality and tourism industry, Tourism Geography, Travel and Congress management, Tourism Law, Destination Marketing and Tourism Projects.
- Further skills: Computer training, foreign language courses, business communication, etc increase our graduates' professionalism.
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Practical and international experience while studying
An internship (5-6 months duration) enables our students to turn their academic knowledge into practical experience. The internship can be either in Germany or abroad and represents a crucial element of our study programme. Students establish first ties with the industry and have the chance to make their first impression on potential employers.