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Presentation Master programmes at Stenden university

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This slideshow presents the features of two of the master programmes provided by Stenden university in leisure, tourism and service management. For more information surf to www.stenden.com or send an …

This slideshow presents the features of two of the master programmes provided by Stenden university in leisure, tourism and service management. For more information surf to www.stenden.com or send an e-mail to masters@stenden.com


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  • 1. Welcome 1 | 6/5/2009
  • 2. 2 | 6/5/2009
  • 3. School of Graduate Studies Professional Master Programmes › International Service Management › Specialisations: › Retail › Hospitality › Higher education › International Leisure & Tourism Studies › International Events Management 3 | 6/5/2009
  • 4. Profile Stenden master › Professional & Academic › Common core & specialised segments › International, strategic thinking › Focus on • international service industry • leadership • values & sustainability • social and cultural aspects • quality of life 4 | 6/5/2009
  • 5. Characteristics Stenden master › Theory that makes a difference to practice › Constructivist learning principles › Various modes of delivery › Business and Site visits › (International) research projects › Personal coaching › Guest lectures › Small multicultural groups › Individual and group work 5 | 6/5/2009
  • 6. (continued) › Double accreditation = double degree › MA (London Metropolitan University) › M (NVAO/CROHO) › 60 European Credits (1680 learning hours) [ the British MA degree requires participation in additional study trip of 120 hours] › Language of instruction: English 6 | 6/5/2009
  • 7. MA International Leisure & Tourism Studies since 1995 Market Sustainable Concepts of Unit 1 Leisure & Tourism Value Value Creation Creation Quality of Leisure Unit 2 & Tourism Research Tutoring Policy and Personal Master Unit 3 Planning for Value Thesis Leisure & Tourism Creation Master Unit 4 Elective Thesis 7 | 6/5/2009
  • 8. Integrated leisure concept Culture & Tourism Arts Events & Conferences LEISURE Hospitality Sports, Growing Media & Recreation & Wellness Education interdependence 8 | 6/5/2009 between leisure sectors
  • 9. Career perspective (MAILTS) Policy & Planning e.g. policymakers at local, regional and national level (like municipalities, National Tourism Organisations) Management consultancy in e.g. hotel resorts, leisure parks (like Disney) larger L&T companies Research & education e.g. lecturer, PhD student Consultancy & development e.g. consultancy firm, research institutions (like Oranjewoud, Berenschot) Management & coordination of e.g. NGO’s, bilateral and multilateral organisations (like UN, WNF) interests of different stakeholder groups 9 | 6/5/2009
  • 10. MA International Service Management Principles of Market Sustainable Unit 1 Service Value Value Management Creation Creation Service Unit 2 Performance Research Improvement Tutoring Personal Strategic Service Master Unit 3 Management Value Thesis Creation Master Unit 4 Elective Thesis 10 |6/5/2009
  • 11. Specialisations (within MAISM) › Hospitality service management › Retail service management › Higher education service management 11 |6/5/2009
  • 12. Career perspective (MAISM) Jobs Sectors, e.g. Manager in service Hospitality organisations Retail Strategic management consultant Financial services Quality manager (Para)medical institutions Lecturer & trainer Schools Other public organisations 12 |6/5/2009
  • 13. Elective modules (MAILTS & MAISM) › Project management › Change management › Food in motion › Critical impacts of tourism › International management project › Events management (i.c.w. LondonMet) 13 |6/5/2009
  • 14. Programme duration Full time Sandwich Part time (internship) 1 year 2 years 2 years Leeuwarden Leeuwarden Amersfoort Leeuwarden MAILTS X X* X** MAISM X X* X** * Limited amount available ** If more than 8 registrations 14 |6/5/2009
  • 15. Tuition fee Full time Sandwich Part time (internship) 1 year 2 years 2 years Leeuwarden Leeuwarden Amersfoort Leeuwarden € 9500 € 9500 (to be refunded) €6000 per year 10% discount for 10% discount for Stenden Stenden students students Admin €125 Admin €125 Admin €125 Excl study trip MA (± €500) Excl literature (± €500) Incl literature (± €500) Excl study trip MA degree (± €500) Incl access electronic library Incl access electronic library LondonMet LondonMet
  • 16. Entry requirements • Bachelor degree, preferably - Economics - Social sciences - Management studies - Business studies - Leisure, tourism, hospitality or related fields • Part time: >1 year working experience • English - TOEFL 550 / TOEFL 213 computer based, or - IELTS 6.0. [Exemption if language of instruction at prior education was English; native speakers)] 16 |6/5/2009
  • 17. Thank you for your attention 17 |6/5/2009
  • 18. Break 18 |6/5/2009
  • 19. Dublin descriptors (1) Cycle Knowledge and understanding 1 (Bachelor) [Is] supported by advanced text books [with] some aspects informed by knowledge at the forefront of their field of study .. 2 (Master) provides a basis or opportunity for originality in developing or applying ideas often in a research* context .. 3 (Doctorate) [includes] a systematic understanding of their field of study and mastery of the methods of research* associated with that field .. 19 |6/5/2009
  • 20. Dublin descriptors (2) Cycle Applying knowledge and understanding 1 (Bachelor) .. [through] devising and sustaining .. 2 (Master) .. arguments[through] problem solving abilities [applied] in new or unfamiliar environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts .. 3 (Doctorate) ..[is demonstrated by the] ability to conceive, design, implement and adapt a substantial process of research* with scholarly integrity .. .. [is in the context of] a contribution that extends the frontier of knowledge by developing a substantial body of work some of which merits national or international refereed publication .. 20 |6/5/2009
  • 21. Dublin descriptors (3) Cycle Making judgements 1 (Bachelor) .. [involves] gathering and interpreting relevant data .. 2 (Master) .. [demonstrates] the ability to integrate knowledge and handle complexity, and formulate judgements with incomplete data .. 3 (Doctorate) .. [requires being] capable of critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new and complex ideas .. 21 |6/5/2009
  • 22. Dublin descriptors (4) Cycle Communication 1 (Bachelor) .. [of] information, ideas, problems and solutions .. 2 (Master) .. [of] their conclusions and the underpinning knowledge and rationale (restricted scope) to specialist and non-specialist audiences (monologue) .. 3 (Doctorate) .. with their peers, the larger scholarly community and with society in general (dialogue) about their areas of expertise (broad scope) .. 22 |6/5/2009
  • 23. Dublin descriptors (5) Cycle Learning skills 1 (Bachelor) .. have developed those skills needed to study further with a high level of autonomy .. 2 (Master) .. study in a manner that may be largely self-directed or autonomous .. 3 (Doctorate) .. expected to be able to promote, within academic and professional contexts, technological, social or cultural advancement . 23 |6/5/2009