Acquiring the fundamentals of management and tourism
In addition to learning the fundamentals, the aim of Year 1 is to work alongside students in developing their personal and professional project so as to define their choice of studies.
Strengthening concepts and thinking globally
In Year 2, students will develop the skills to think globally and this will be further encouraged through academic expatriation and a Humacité project. Teaching will consolidate knowledge in tourism management.
Year 3: Pre-employment
Choosing a specialisation and enhancing skills
The 'Pre-employment' track in Year 3 is career-focused, offering an elective double specialisation coupled with an extended internship so as to prepare students for embarking on their career.
Students choose both an 'industry-specific' specialisation and a 'job-specific' specialisation that will provide them with the necessary skills for their professional project.
8 industry-specific specialisations to choose from:
- Tourism and Travel Management
- Event Management
- Hotel Management
- Sports Tourism
- Marine Leisure, Cruises and Coastal Tourism
- Restaurant Management
- Leisure and Entertainment
4 job-specific specialisations to choose from:
- Marketing and e-Tourism
- Strategy and Entrepreneurship
- Administration and Revenue Management
- HR Management
Year 3: Pre-Masters
Expanding knowledge and preparing for further studies
The aim of this year is to build upon students' existing knowledge in tourism management. It also explores a number of different pathways (Entrepreneurship, International Experience, High Potential Management) in order to nurture each student's professional project.
This option gives direct entry to a Master degree (MSc Access Year, MSc and MBA).