Make a career out of travel!
Make sure that your customers enjoy the best time of the year, negotiate with hotels, advertising agencies, airlines and much more. As a manager in the multifaceted tourist sector, you will encounter many responsibilities.
Start your career by studying for a Bachelor's degree at the IUBH, the only university in Germany awarded the quality certificate of the United Nations.
Facts & Figures
Int. Tourism Management
Why should I study Tourism Management at IUBH?
- InternationalInternational campus with students and professors from more than 85 nations
- Theory & practiceTheory and practice closely linked through case studies, projects, certificates and internships
- English-speakingLectures in English and intensive exchanges with professors and fellow students
- NetworkTop-class network of industry contacts for internships and careers at home and abroad
- Small groupsInstruction in small groups given by lecturers with track records of practical experience
- ExpertiseTraining as an expert with the main focus on relevant areas, with a range of choices
- UniqueUnique study programme at one of the leading universities worldwide for service management
- CareerWide range of career opportunities, even beyond the tourism sector and improvement in career prospects through international experience
Set your personal focus
During your studies, you can chose one of the following specialisations:
- Destination Management
- Sales & Distribution
- Spa & Wellness
- Sustainable Tourism, Hospitality & Events
What are the professional prospects as an Tourism Manager?
After you have successfully completed your double Bachelor in International Tourism Management or the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Tourism Management, the many-sided world of the tourism sector will open up for you.
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What others say about this programme
After successfully passing my A-levels in New Zealand, I was looking for a university in Germany which offered me the possibility to study in the area of Tourism Management with English as the language of instruction. I became aware of the IUBH, due to its interesting combination of outstanding theoretical and practically oriented education with several semesters abroad.