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Universities of applied sciences offer work-related
education in response to labour market needs.
A bachelor’s degree requires 3.5 - 4.5 years of
full-time study. The requirement for Master's
programmes is a UAS degree or equivalent,
plus a minimum of three years of work
experience in the field concerned.
Basic education Upper secondary schools Vocational education and training Bachelor’s degree Bachelor’s degree Universities Universities of Applied Sciences Master’s degree Master’s degree Doctor’s degree Working life Working life
The degree programme in Hospitality Management gives the skills and competence to work in key areas of hospitality and services industries, i.e. in tourism, hotel and conference services, in food, restaurant and catering services and in facility management.
The education is based largely on project work and co-operative learning but includes also lectures and virtual studying. The goal of the degree programme is to educate professionals for development and managing tasks with the knowledge, skills and outlook needed to be ready for ever-changing challenges in hospitality and services industries.
Master’s Degrees at Universities of Applied Sciences
The Master’s Degree is a response to the increasing expertise requirements of working life
In addition to a Bachelor’s Degree, three years of work experience is required for the studies
Students complete their professional Master’s Degree in collaboration with their own work community
A Master’s Degree gives knowledge, skills and competence for demanding development and expert tasks