Beschreibung des Angebots
The master’s degree programme consists of 90 ECTS.
- International Tourism Management
- Strategic Innovation Management
- Tourism, Nature and Society
- corporate management at three different levels: stakeholders, organisations and people.
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|New Business Models||2|
|Human-Environment Systems and Environmental Change||2|
|Sustainable Tourism Management||2|
|Socio-Economic Development through Tourism||2|
|Qualitative Research Methods||3|
|Quantitative Research Methods||3|
|Specific Research Methods||3|
|Applied Research Project 1||6|
|Applied Research Project 2||6|
|Tourism Infrastructure: Development and Finance||3|
|Innovations and Marketing||2|
|Risk and Crisis Management in Tourism||4|
|Pre-Study Master Thesis||3|
1 ECTS = a workload of approximately 30 student work hours.
This graduate degree programme is aimed at undergraduates who are enthusiastic about tourism and who either hold a bachelor’s degree in tourism or in other subjects and would like to join the industry.
They seek challenging managerial responsibilities in tourism and related sectors, in Switzerland and worldwide.
- A bachelor’s degree or equivalent diploma from a university or university of applied sciences
- Documented academic knowledge in business administration
- Letter of motivation
- Good knowledge of English (certificate)
- Formal admission interview with the Director of Studies
Please contact us should you not have any previous knowledge in business administration at bachelor level.
The Master in Business Administration with a Major in Tourism is suitable for graduates with a bachelor in tourism who want to further increase their knowledge and skills, but also for those who have a bachelor in a different subject and want to add tourism-specific knowledge. Both sets of students will benefit from a more strategic perspective on business administration and tourism.
CHF 960 per semester
- Master Fachhochschule FH
Master of Science FHO in Business Administration with a Major in Tourism
Ort / Adresse
- Chur (GR)
Annually in mid-September
3 semesters (full-time)
up to 8 semesters (part-time)
The curriculum is structured into separate modules that may take place as weekly lessons or in a block of lessons (usually only on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday mornings).
Students come from various cultural backgrounds (apart from Switzerland, past students have come from Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Ecuador, Finland, Germany Italy, Kenya, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, the UK and Vietnam) and bring a wide variety of different experiences.