International Tourism Management

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International Tourism Management is a degree course, whose main focuses with regard to contents consist of business basics with a tourism covering, cross cultural and social competence as well as leadership- and professional competence.

International management[edit]

International Management deals with the maintenance and development of a multinational operation across national borders, whose manager has the knowledge and the skills to manage and handle cross-cultural processes, stakeholders and environments in a right way.[1]

Tourism management[edit]

see Tourism management

Programs Offered

Comparison of the course characteristics of all universities[edit]

Bremen University of Applied Sciences Karlshochschule Int. University Westcoast University of Applied Sciences University of Applied Sciences Saarland Int. University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef-Bonn
Entry Requirements Overall average grade, A-levels or advanced technical college entrance qualification, internship or apprenticeship, advanced English level, covering letter A-levels or advanced technical college entrance qualification, covering letter, entrance examination A-levels or advanced technical college entrance qualification, master's degree, performance test, internship overall average grade, A-levels or advanced technical college entrance qualification, internship, language test
a) English+French or
b) English+Spanish
A-levels or advanced technical college entrance qualification,

entrance examination, language test English

Degree B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. B.A. + Bachelor abroad
Regular period of study 7 6 6 6 6
Foreign languages Spanish,

French, Indonesian, Portuguese, Chinese


Chinese, Spanish, French, Russian



English, French, Spanish n/a
Anglophone tutorials yes yes yes yes yes
Semester abroad obligatory study abroad plus obligatory internship abroad optionally study abroad optionally study abroad or internship obligatory internship abroad 2 obligatory studies abroad plus obligatory internship abroad
Tooth-work of theorie and practice obligatory internship abroad (20 weeks),

Learner's Company [2] Cooperation between students and tourism companies on more than 10 real tourism projects each semester. Three of the projects offered in the Summer semester 2009 were:

  • TUI-Welcome of the future (TUI Service)
  • Performance on the trade show ITB Berlin (Hochschule Bremen)
  • Development of a sustainable tourism guideline (Beluga School for Life)

International Days

Informationevent organized by students of the 7th semester who returned from their stay abroad. Serves as informationplatform for interested persons to prepare a stay abroad.

obligatory internship
(12–24 weeks)

cooperation in tourism projects

optionally internship
(1 semester),

case study-seminars,

project-study in cooperation with external partners

obligatory internship abroad (12 weeks) obligatory internship abroad

(1 semester)


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-02-23. Retrieved 2009-06-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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