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“The aim of the programme is to provide students with fundamental knowledge and skills in tourism, and to ensure students opportunities for in-depth analyses of tourism in economic, social, technological and environmental contexts. A wide range of real-life experiences incorporated in the programme enable students to get prepared for the challenges they will face while working in the field of tourism.

Program description:
The programme is for you…
- if you are open to the world and are interested in other cultures,
- are interested in travel both personally and professionally,
- want to show the treasures of Hungary to your fellows and international guests,
- would like to get an insight into several academic disciplines such as business and economics, marketing, geography and would like to learn how to examine issues in their complexity related to tourism,
- can see complex issues, enjoy organising and have got good ideas as well.

Entry requirements:
Secondary school completion certificate, B2 level English language certificate (TOEFL/IELTS/ESOL/BEC/ECL/PTE/FCE/CAE/TELC/TOEIC/Euroexam) or Attestation of Language Proficiency in the case of former studies in English.

Entrance exam:

Type of entrance exam:

Entrance exam location:

Entrance exam description:
After submitting all the necessary application documents online, the applicant takes a professional entrance examination (interview) via Skype organised by the Admission Committee of the Faculty of Business and Economics. The interview assesses the background knowledge, language skills and motivation of the applicants. The results are measured on a scale of 1-100 and the applicant have to score at least 56 points to get admitted.

Ms Tünde Vajda
program administrator”

Programme structure

The programme structure is available on the website of the Faculty of Business and Economics:

Career opportunities

Where graduates may find a job:
- hotels, head offices of hotel chains and other accommodation,
- catering establishments,
- tour operators and travel agencies,
- national tourism management organisations and the related ministries and bodies,
- local authorities and other tourism related regional or local bodies,
- national parks and other nature conservation directories,
- conference and event organising businesses and institutions,
- research institutes, consultancy companies, auditing companies,
- transport companies,
- non-tourism specific medium- and large-sized enterprises.
The knowledge and skills acquired will enable you to start up and operate your own business.

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