Law courses explore such ubiquitous topics as commercial law, regulatory theory and intellectual property, to name a few. Many of these specializations entail coursework that discusses regulatory problems and trends involved in their specific industry.
Those who are interested in the tourism and hospitality industry have a great deal to gain from an academic program. This course of study may cover everything from marketing to customer service, as well as specialized industry specific topics such as food services, vehicle rentals, and tourist sites.
There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.
View all Course Studies in Tourism and Hospitality in Europe 2017
The Tante Marie 4 Week Essential Skills course is one of the world’s leading cookery courses of this type. [+]
The English Language programs at Les Roches are designed for students who need extra preparation to reach the English requirements for admission to the hospitality management undergraduate or postgraduate [+]
Glion offers two English programs on the Glion London campus where students are guaranteed 100% immersion in an English speaking environment and an opportunity to discover the world of hospitality and events in London, the European [+]
A semester abroad is more than an academic adventure, it’s an experience that can enrich your life and change your career path. Many students, particularly from Canada and the US, come to Les [+]
The Professional Programme in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the European School of Economics provides a strong foundation in the knowledge and tools in business and management that are necessary to excel in this prime growth area. [+]
This course type comprises 10 afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with [+]
The Glion Summer Academy offers a first-class introduction to the world of luxury hospitality. [+]
The course Expert in Revenue Management and Communication Hotelera 2.0 (ERCH) is a training program with more than ten years of evolution and refinement, very specialized in revenue and in the treatment of management techniques of social media and digital marketing as consequence of the evolution and demand within the responsibility of the revenue manager and the hotel industry. [+]
The Inchbald School of Design pioneered garden design training in the UK, providing courses that focused on garden design for the domestic environment. This remains our speciality, but we have expanded and refined our garden design courses to accommodate the increased demand for professionalism. [+]
FRENCH The objective is to make the candidates to effective communication in everyday life and professional life on several levels: relationships within the company and outside, customer relationships and the hierarchy. [+]
School for Butlers and Hospitality has developed a unique set of techniques you will remember all your life. You will be prepared for any possible situation you might handle working at almost any level in the hospitality and tourism sector. [+]
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. [+]
Annotation: This course explains how national cultures influence social behavior and why tourists and hosts behave the way they do. In order to understand the behavioral differences among [+]
Course - International Tourism: Cultures and Behaviour
Time of courses: Autumn / Spring
Annotation: This course explains how national cultures influence social behavior and why tourists and hosts behave the way they do. In order to understand the behavioral differences among international tourists and hosts,one must learn about the concept of human behavior in tourism and the factors that influence this behavior.
The first half of the course is devoted mostly to the theoretical aspects covering diverse definitions and theoretical approaches to the study of human behavior. The concept of human behavior is multidisciplinary. It has borrowed many ideas developed in other scientific disciplines, such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, anthropology, economics, marketing, and management. One of the topics here is cultural factors as the most significant determinants of international tourist behavior, and, therefore, this topic has been also included into the course syllabus. The second half of the course is the analysis of culture in a multidisciplinary tourism context and the application of the concept of culture to the abstract psychological concepts of perception, attitude, or satisfaction, all of which have different meanings in different cultures, creating problems. This part offers solutions to a number of exiting problems by emphasizing the importance of being culturally aware and sensitive to international tourist markets’ needs and understanding how the cultural background of these markets influences tourist experiences. One of the most important topics in this part of the course is in-depth analyses of case studies which are all international... [-]
Are you service-minded and extrovert? Do you enjoy project work in international teams? Do you want to build a professional network in the tourism industry? Then our Hospitality & Tourism Management Programme is the education you are looking for. [+]
The Higher National Diploma in Hospitality Management (HND) is a 2 year vocational course. This means that not only do you learn the theoretical aspects, but it also provides you with ability to relate this to the real world of work... [+]