Description:
Structure:
Final Attainment Level:
nr 
Level 
[Expand]1The student can formulate the basic elements of the internal business environment of an organization
[Expand]2The student is able to apply the basics elements of the internal business environment into the external environment of a Hospitality organization.
[Expand]3The student is able to present themselves in a professional way in the Hospitality sector..
[Expand]4The student has professional skills needed to solve problems, to communicate, cope with unforeseen events, support the management in (un)predictable business environments
[Expand]5The student has the ability to prepare and execute research on business and organizational issues using a scientific approach
 
Main Points:
The IHTM program is a professional academic program based on best practices in education principles, including learning that is:
 
  • Competence-based
    Knowledge, skills and (professional) attitude are integrated in the learning process and the learning activities take place in authentic hospitality situations.
  • Project-based
    Projects in reality hospitality situations are used to have the student develop in an integrated manner the knowledge, skills and attitudes.
  • Modular/Theme-based
    The program is structured through modules. A module is a complete, coherent entity of educational and learning activities, which are carried out within a concentrated period of time. The module structure allows the student to work intensively at developing his knowledge, skills and attitude with regard to a certain theme. A theme may include elements of several disciplines or domains of hospitality business administration in order to have an integrated approach to the issue. Each academic year consists of 5 modules and each module includes 8 weeks.
 
 
Years: For detailed course information per year, select the following link:
Major (Ascending)
International Hospitality & Tourism Management

Admission Requirements:
The requirements for admission of local and international applicants are the following.
 
All Applicants
  • Secondary school (HAVO/VWO/SBO-4) or equivalent) including the subjects:
    - English
    - Math or Economics or Business
  • An intake interview to determine:
    - your motivation for studying hospitality and tourism
    - the existence of a healthy basis to develop the core competencies (3.2.2.3) of the program.
 
International Applicants: in addition
  • TOEFL score of at least 500 written for foreign candidates from a non-English language secondary education.
  • Evaluation secondary school level by Department of Education government of CuraƧao

 

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