Mondo International Academy

BA – Hospitality Management

BA – Hospitality Management Program prepares you for a career in the world of tourism and hospitality with an in-depth understanding of economics, applied economics and other professional skills related to the organization and management of hospitality services.

While the core competencies have been drawn from international aspects in the composition of Bachelor’s programs, it has been carefully considered that thematic areas also concerned the domestic market and systems as many graduates will want to use their knowledge and acquired competencies at the home market.

Upon successful completion of the bachelor degree, students will receive an International Graduate Diploma titled BA – Bachelor, BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration from our guarantor Madison International Institute of Business School USA.

During the course, you will be introduced to the specific operational and management activities of the hospitality industry. It will provide a comprehensive knowledge of the issues and matters pertaining to its sectors such as accommodation management, hospitality management, tour operation, and event organization.  You will also learn about the principles and methods of organizing, operating and managing tourism and hospitality businesses.

Advantages:

  • the possibility of a parallel study together with another study program,
  • specialization in a certain field of law,
  • the possibility of shortening the study,
  • choice of the form of study.

In addition, you will examine the processes of hospitality services, terms of operations and relevant legal aspects.

This course will allow you to develop your managerial skills to enable you to work in senior positions in the hospitality sector.

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Forms of the study:

  • Full-time form
  • Online form
  • Consultation for
  • Individual form

Study process:

In each year of the study program, there are 12 core (compulsory) modules. The student has the option to specialize in his study by replacing three of them with 3 modules from another study program. For example from LL.M or MBA program.

The study is not based on the semester system.

The Study length: 3 years

The study ends with working out the final thesis, with a positive rating from the supervisor and the opponent.

Entry requirements:

  • Completion of either full secondary education or full secondary vocational education with a Secondary School Certificate.

Having completed the course, you will have the academic skills to continue studying at one of our MA programs.

For more information about the general admission procedure click here.

Subjects

First-year

    1. The tourism sector
    2. Communication skills
    3. People in organizations
    4. Tourist destinations
    5. Finance and funds in tourism
    6. Advertising in tourism
    7. Customer management
    8. Sustainable development of tourism
    9. eCommerce and Sales in Tourism
    10. Management of the resorts
    11. Sports Management
    12. Marketing and Product Development in Tourism.

Second-year

    1. Traveling and travel agencies in a global context,
    2. Communication management,
    3. Event Communication
    4. Marketing and Product Development in Tourism
    5. Human Resource management
    6. Sustainable development of tourism
    7. Sustainable Tourism and International Development
    8. Tourist destinations
    9. Management of departments
    10. Management of the tourist attractions
    11. Principles of marketing and practice
    12. eCommerce and Sales in Tourism 2.

Third-year

  1. Urgent problems in tourism
  2. Strategic impact on the business environment
  3. Business strategy in tourism and hospitality
  4. Management of events in tourism and hospitality
  5. Quality Management in tourism and hospitality
  6. Marketing strategy in tourism and hospitality
  7. Basics of Microeconomics
  8. Basics of Accounting
  9. Finance Management
  10. Media & Branding
  11. Advertising
  12. Research Methods