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:

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. ^ "International Management: Definition and additional resources from BNET". Archived from the original on 2009-02-23. Retrieved 2009-06-17.
  2. ^ "International Degree Programme in Applied Leisure Science B.A."

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