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The aim of the training is to train foreign langage-speaking economists in tourism and hospitality, and people with knowledge are able to perform the issues of tourism and hospitality. The students are prepared to continue their studies for a master’s degree.

Specialisation options:

The tourism specialization introduces students to the elements of the experience-oriented tourism offer. After specialization, students will be able to develop experience-centric services that can be well-positioned in the marketplace.

When the tourism specialization is completed, the students are able to segment the tourism consumer market, able to develop experience-oriented tourism products, market management, able to evaluate a given area from a tourism point of view, able to get involved in tourism strategy-making and destination management, prepared to work in tourism market players.

The students have in the 7th and 8th semester of the training an Integrated Professional Practice.

Information about the English programmes of the University of Nyíregyháza

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Programme structure


1st semester

Basics of Economics
Business Economics
Digital Applications
Business Communication and Protocol
Tourism geography
Introduction to Tourism

2nd semester

Business Law
Corporate Social Responsibility
Basics of Statistics
English Technical Language 1.
German Technical Language 1.
Hospitality Management
Rural Tourism

3rd semester

Basic of accounting
Basics of Finance
Institutional system of the European Union
Tourism economics
English Technical Language 2.
German Technical Language 2.
Gastronomy I.
Tour Operation and Sale

4th semester

Corporate Finance
Organisational Behaviour
Tourism Marketing
English Technical Language 3.
German Technical Language 3.
Knowledge of hotel
Health and eco-tourism

5th semester

Tourism economics II.
Client management
Environment and Human
IT Systems Used in Tourism
Service Marketing
Leisure Time Tourism
Gastronomy II.
Information Systems and Information Resources Management

6th semester

Project Management
Settlement and destination management
Desktop publishing
Basics of International Business
Applied Research
Planning and actuation of the tourism business
Tourism and system
Alternative tourism

7th semester

Integrated Professional Practice I.

8th semester

Integrated Professional Practice II.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

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