Language of instruction: German
Standard period of study: 7 semesters
The world belongs to you – already during your studies
The content of our degree programme covers all the facets of international tourism. You know no boundaries? With us you will take part in a twelve-week work placement abroad and study for two semesters at one of our partner universities in France, Denmark, England, the USA or New Zealand. Your aim: an internationally recognised double degree from both universities.
Well-educated for a growth industry
Our degree programme provides a solid basis in business administration, tourism-industry competences and the ability to perform tasks on your own initiative. This opens up many career options: in the management and operative areas of national and international travel companies, hotel chains, airlines and organisers of trade fairs.
Global challenges, local implications
TUI, Thomas Cook, Lufthansa and national associations: our teaching staff's projects extend into many areas of tourism. Use these contacts! Or get to know important decision-makers from the tourism industry in our diverse lecture series.
Length of Programme and Degree Obtained
Six semesters, two of which in one of our partner universities abroad, e.g. France, New Zealand, England, Denmark – the teaching language is English or French, it's up to you to choose. You spend the seventh semester partly or completely abroad for your work placement and your bachelor's thesis.
When you finish studying you will have the necessary skills to actively support the management of international companies in the tourism industry and to solve practical problems in business and administrative functions on your own initiative. Your studies will also make it possible to take the step of becoming self-employed by founding your own agency or consultancy company. In this context we work closely with the business foundation network TEGSAS.
Among others, our graduates currently work for:
»The exam period at the end of the 3rd semester can be considered as very challenging, because it resolved about my stay abroad in France. As I already hadn't passed two exams in previous semesters, the pressure was very high. Because of these two exams and the outstanding credits your stay abroad can be postponed for one year.«