Tourism and Catering BSc Bachelor's
This is for you
If you are open minded, creative, flexible and curious about other cultures, if you are interested in personal communication, travelling, have good problem-solving and organizational skills and enjoy learning foreign languages.
Budapest is the vibrant capital of Hungary and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Consequently, tourism and catering is one of the most popular degree programs in Hungary as well as in Budapest. This is also due to the colourful, diverse nature and human-centred view of tourism.
This bachelor program offers a thorough grounding in all important subjects and topics in tourism and catering. What makes the program really unique is the host of specializations available for students including Health and Wellness Tourism Management, Hospitality and Hotel Management and Destination Management drawing heavily on Hungary having a world-renowned reputation due to its rich thermal healing water assets or it's number one position in international dental tourism. Furthermore, we place emphasis on the development of practical skills, therefore our students will have the opportunity to undertake project-based learning, challenge themselves in professional competitions, attend workshops, or take part in hotel visits.
Our courses are also recommended by the National Tourism Committee; and the Budapest Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
OUR MAIN PARTNERS:
Our programmes are offered in cooperation with our professional partners, such as Mellow Mood Hotels, HunguestHotels Zrt, RAM Colosseum, and Association of Tourism Managers.
• International Hotel and Hospitality Management
• Health Tourism
• tour operators
• managers of family businesses
• tourist consultants or advisors
• event organizers
• tourism managers of small municipalities and regions
• managers of local, regional and national tourism
• managers working for health and wellness spas
• mid- and top-level managers of hotels
• attraction managers
Leisure and Tourism Studies, Catering and Gastronomy Studies; Service Design and Development; Tourism Geography; Hotel Management; Travel Agency Management; Informatics, Microeconomics, Social Studies, Basics of law, Business Economics, Accounting