This programme offers training in the use of management tools in the hospitality field. Issues of hospitality management are presented in the context of general economic knowledge. Students acquire communication skills in relation to internal and external customers; they learn how to use hospitality management systems in hotels and restaurants, and they become familiar with methods of personnel management.
A practical approach to teaching is reflected in the practice oriented coursework: Macroeconomics illustrates basic principles combined with the experience of real life case studies, Statistics provides a balance between statistics theory and application, Accounting deals with the application of accounting concepts and principles to real life business situations, Introductory Computer Sciences is organized according to the see-hear-touch approach; lectures are accompanied by workshops in computer labs, Social Policy trains skills in social policy analysis through application of an analytical framework to the existing social policy programmes, Business Plan is based on the extensive use of case studies covering various business areas, Negotiations provide students with the applications and special negotiating scenarios (multiple parties, coalitions and teams, cross-cultural negotiations, tacit negotiations and social dilemmas). Students are offered internships.
Graduates obtain a Master's Degree in Hospitality Management and hold higher managerial position , specifically in hotels and restaurants.