|Study program||Level of Study||Length of study|
|Management in Tourism and Hospitality – Daily form of study||Bc.||3 years|
|Management in Tourism and Hospitality – Distant form of study||Bc.||3 years|
Is travelling in your DNA? Are you attracted by new countries and cultures? Are you willing to be your own boss, and do you wish to start own business? Thus, the study of of Management in tourism and hospitality will not bore you with theory but prepare you for practice.
Students develop their abilities and skills at university level and upgrade and widen their previous knowledge acquired at secondary schools focused on tourism and hotel management.
However, the opportunity is open to anyone interested in management, people, marketing, gastronomy, but also in leisure activities, geography of tourism, economics or solving practical projects. The study program graduates have a wide range of employment opportunities, not only in Slovakia, but also abroad. During the studies, students take part in various activities as a part of Semester projects, where is their knowledge gained at various courses implemented into practice.
During the six-month bachelor's internship and during bachelor's theses writing they will also verify their knowledge, abilities, and skills. The knowledge of other cultures and forms of service provision in tourism and hotel industry can students also gain through mobility programs abroad.
• Fundamentals of tourism and hotel management, • Organizational culture,
• Fundamentals of management,
• Management of animation and leisure activities,
• Communication skills,
• Religious composition of Europe,
• Human Resource Management,
• Innovation Management in Tourism and Hospitality,
• Regional marketing,
• Sustainable tourism and hospitality,
• Intercultural management,
• Entrepreneurship in SMEs,
• Management and managerial competences,
• Guiding activity in tourism.
• Fundamentals of tourism and hotel management,
• Organizational culture,
Don't miss your chance and take a step towards a better future today!
„The manager must do his job like his hobby, take care of the hotel as it was his own, pay attention to all the details, and do his job conscientiously. This is the only way to ensure high standards and the required quality of services. First of all, it is a work with people, both employees and customers, to whom we want to offer our services and make sure they leave the hotel satisfied and happy, with a belief to return to the hotel again in the future."
Ing. Vladimír Mičko, Operations Manager, Holiday Inn Trnava