o kierunku Język wykładowy: angielski Tryb studiów: stacjonarne Opis: The second-cycle studies in International Tourism, Hotel Industry and Leisure Services at the Warsaw School of Economics is to equip students with appropriate knowledge and skills req
- Warsaw, Poland
- Program Type:
- Full Degree
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
- The aim of the Master Programme in International Tourism, Hotel Industry and Leisure Services is to deliver broad and multidisciplinary knowledge of different aspects of tourism, hotel industry and leisure services that form the growing segment of the world economy, both in developed and developing countries. The programme curriculum balances courses offering general knowledge of management, economics and their applications to tourism, hotel industry and leisure services. The special stress is put on international context of the modern tourism and leisure industries.Intercultural diversity of students combined with the climate of the top business school in Poland as well as its contacts with other institutions make these studies especially attractive. The courses are fully conducted in English and taught by renowned scholars from Poland and guests from abroad.
o kierunku Jezyk wykladowy: angielski Tryb studiów: stacjonarne Opis: The second-cycle studies in International Tourism, Hotel Industry and Leisure Services at the Warsaw School of Economics is to equip students with appropriate knowledge and skills required to apply the knowledge, particularly focusing on the need to constantly upgrade and develop the knowledge, as a result of changing social environment for business activities in the area of tourism and leisure services. Graduates of the major may pursue career in hotel industry, travel agencies, entities rendering recreation and entertainment services, and in other enterprises operating in the tourist market environment. They may also pursue career in public administration institutions, NGOs, and entities specializing in consultancy, tourist market research and leisure services research. The studies also prepare students to establish their own businesses and to take up the third-cycle studies. ?
Additional Program Information
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission