If you’re captivated by diverse cultures and destinations, possess a passion for travel and languages, and are a creative thinker drawn to project-based learning and the application of theoretical knowledge to real-world case studies, then the MSc Tourism Management Programme is tailor-made for you. This program is ideal for those intrigued by the prospect of leading and managing destinations, attractions, or teams in the dynamic domains of tourism, culture, creativity, or hospitality.
Budapest, acclaimed as one of the world’s most exhilarating tourism destinations, is experiencing a surge in international visitors and students alike. Beyond its stunning heritage sites and panoramic Danube river vistas, Budapest stands out as the sole capital globally boasting a profusion of thermal baths and spas.
The MSc Tourism Management Programme encompasses a curated selection of courses, meticulously designed to furnish students with a robust grounding in global business and tourism, fostering creative thinking, innovation, and imparting Budapest-specific expertise.
The comprehensive curriculum covers a spectrum of vital subjects:
Economic Policy; Research Methodology; Managerial (Business) Economics; Cultural, Creative and Heritage Tourism; Marketing and Communication Management; Creative Experience Design; Tourism Legislation and Institutions; Strategic Management; Company Finance and Strategy; Tourism Destination Management; Creative Industries; Health Tourism, Wellness and Spas; Controlling Systems; Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Methods; Trends in Tourism Product Development; Heritage Management; ICT and Creative Media; Creative City Development; Sustainable Planning and Development; Event Management.
Graduates of the program can explore an array of promising career paths, including roles such as tour operators, managers of family-run businesses, tourist consultants or advisors, event organizers, tourism managers at various municipal levels, animators, managers within the health and wellness spa sector, as well as mid- to top-level managers within hotels, attractions, and cultural and creative enterprises. This program primes individuals to excel in the dynamic and multifaceted realms of tourism management.