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|Study area||Tourism, Food and Hospitality|
|English level requirement||IELTS 6.0|
The aim of the course is to take an interdisciplinary approach to study in the fields of international business studies with three optional strands, while retaining the core business disciplines of economics, with an emphasis on digital marketing, communication technologies, strategy and ethics. This course enables students to gain a deeper understanding of the tourism industry and its multiple sectors, and develop a depth of knowledge on the management issues that occur within the industry. The Industry Practicum and Research Project will provide students with a hands-on immersion in the tourism industry and allow them to apply their learning, test the relevance of academic theories and reflect critically on the relationship between their academic study and industry practice.
Introduction to International Economics
International Marketing and Digital Media
International Tourism Management in Context
Industry Practicum and Research Project
- a bachelor's degree; or
- equivalent educational or professional experience.