Module Group International Tourism Management
Management in tourism takes places within an internationally cross-linked context. The tourism “system” is shaped by legal requirements at the national and international level, union regulations, as well as increasing international standardisation. At the same time, service provision takes places in an urban or regional context, often with a high degree of specialisation.

Module Group Empirical Research Methods
Evidence-based management is based on the principle of empirically supported management decisions. Web-based booking systems, touristic websites and social networks in eTourism offer a vast quantity of data which can currently only be processed through modern data mining and data analysis technologies. This data forms the basis for management decisions in tourism.

Module Group Business Economics
Sound business knowledge is also the basis for a successful career in the tourism industry. The modules aim in particular at providing students with knowledge, methods and instruments for future strategic decisions.

Module Group International Destination Managment
Students will be confronted with the complexity of community-based tourism destinations. Solutions will be presented on how a strategic development and marketing of destinations can succeed within the complex framework conditions. 

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