4 Years, plus an Optional Foundation Year, Bachelor of Arts)

The Program of Study is Accredited by the Cyprus Agency of Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Higher Education (CY.Q.A.A.) with Government Subsidy up to €3, 420

Program of Study Description:

Students enrolled in this 4-Years plus an Optional Foundation Year, program earn a Bachelor of Arts in Travel and Tourism Management. The program of Travel and Tourism Management is designed to offer the industry such candidates since it covers all aspects of work in the industry and it provides students with an in-depth understanding of issues associated with management and organisational aspects of the travel and tourism together with basic principles that support the industry. This program of study consists of thirty-seven (37) courses and it requires a minimum of 240 ECTS to graduate and the passing mark is 50%.

Learning outcomes:

• To guide the student to a professional area that would be interesting and appealing to him/her as a future career.
• To prepare the students to take up leading positions in the Travel & Tourism Industry worldwide as well as run their own business profitably in sectors like travel agencies, tour operation, air transportation, attraction and heritage and hospitality among other.
• To equip graduates with a solid academic, technological, and intellectual background for academic and/or career advancements.
• To provide students with a solid foundation of management skills, marketing and sales, strategy, human resource management, finance, operations, information technology, presentation and communication set firmly in a travel and tourism context.
• To help students, develop their critical thinking and refine their analytical and decision-making skills.
• To provide students with a solid understanding of the travel and tourism industry and its products and apply a variety of organizational concepts to the tourism industry.
• To provide a broad view of tourism and the opportunity to explore issues and problems relevant to a wide range of situations and aspects likely to be faced by managers in the industry.

Analytical Structure Program of Study

Academic Staff

Erasmus brings together a number of earlier programs, such as student mobility schemes, adding new initiatives such as loan guarantees for Master’s students with simplified application procedures