In this Tourism Destination Management master’s programme from Breda University of Applied Sciences (BUAS) you will learn to match the supply of international tourism destinations with the demand of tourists in a responsible manner. The guiding principle in this process is making a positive contribution to the development of and opportunities for people and businesses in the destination areas.
The programme lasts one year and consists of three phases. The theory part is dealt with in the first phase. In the second phase you will conduct a research project at three different far-away travel destinations. The third phase centres on the graduation project.
Study at four locations in the world
This master’s programme offers you the opportunity to study at four different locations in the world. During phase one you will study in Breda together with students from various countries. You will study theory, attend guest lectures and work on practical assignments. In the second phase you will carry out research at three different destinations in Australia and South-East Asia.
This way you will get many intercultural experiences. Each destination finds itself in a different stage of development. In previous years destinations were: Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Fiji. In the final phase of your degree you will work on your graduation assignment. You can do this anywhere in the world. Either independently or for a company.
policy or research officer at a profit or non profit organisation in the field of tourism, business manager, consultant
You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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Minimum required score:
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If you want to apply for this master, you should have a bachelor’s degree (BA, BSc., BBA, B Com), for example in the fields of tourism, hotel management, international business, management, economics, law, e-commerce, urban development, geography, social sciences or finance.
Bachelor’s students with such a BBA degree are directly eligible if they meet the following criteria:
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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