Course in Customer Relations in Austria

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Customer Relations

If you’re looking to continue your personal development with a multitude of study options either online or in a classroom, law courses are for you. Specific study topics typically include intellectual property, commercial law and regulatory theory.

A customer relations program is usually designed to help students learn the skills they need to work in careers that are customer-focused, such as those in the hospitality and retail industries. Programs may include courses on marketing, communications, consumer behavior, sales and management.

The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.

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Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality Management

Tourism School Bad Gleichenberg
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2017 Austria Bad Gleichenberg

The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (Matura/Abitur) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. [+]

Best Course Studies in Customer Relations in Austria 2017. The four-semester College was established by the Steirischer Hotelfachschulverein for students having successfully completed upper secondary schools (A-level) and applicants having passed the College entrance exam who wish to focus on vocational training in the field of tourism. In terms of organisation and accommodation the College is connected with the Hotel School and the Higher Institute of Tourism. Schooling lasts for four semesters. The school year starts in September and ends on the first Saturday in June. (The College entrance exam can be taken at the Tourism Schools.) The College of Tourism and Leisure imparts general education and specific commercial studies, training in the fields of tourism and gastronomy, specialist studies in at least two foreign languages, knowledge and proficiency in the field of guest service, food and beverage operations and in the field of administration and customer service. Practically orientated training guarantees a thorough preparation for employed and self-employed jobs in the various lines of the hospitality and leisure industry and in intermediate and higher commercial administration. Additionally, the courses of the College of Tourism and Leisure focusing on Third Foreign Language provide sound knowledge and skills in the fields of competence in communication, hotel and travel agency correspondence and specialist terminology with reference to tourism management in three languages. Our graduates pursue jobs that require a high degree of responsibility and independence in developing regional and supraregional tourism concepts, in planning, coordinating and supervising operational procedures and specific electronic... [-]