Open day presentation International Tourism Management at NHTV (9 November 2013)

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This is the open day presentation for International Tourism Management at NHTV, Breda University of Applied Sciences.

(9 November 2013)

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  • In this presentation more detailed information is presented about the IMT programs;
    It’s not the English translation of the Dutch Management Tourism program but also contentwise these programs have an international focus
  • 1.You have the possibility to meet foreign students with different backgrounds/cultures
    2. Although at the moment we have a Euro crises, internationally tourism is booming (WTO?) A lot of people in the world now have money to travel; so a lot of tourism destinations show an enormous growth in arrivals and this of couse means enormous new markets were the tourism industry can profit from
    3. So if you are looking for an international career, you are also enlarging your possible workfield after you finished the NHTV.
    By following ITM you are well prepared for an international career
  • These work opportunities can be split up into:
    1.Managing tourism flows, what tour operators travel agencies and airlines do
    tour operators such as TUI or Thomas Cook
    2 And Managing tourism destinations ; these can be small areas (villages/cities) but also larger areas like region/ countries.
    VVV, IAmsterdam
    Tourist organisations, natural parks, governments, research and consultancy firms are focused in how to manage tourism development
  • We will use this model to demonstrate how the ITM program is structured.
    So let’s start in the first year. (Fast track students start their program in the second year)
  • We already mentioned the international classroom: so by all these different backgrounds from students you really may experience an international atmosphere
    Dutch-Foreign 80%-20%
  • In the first year courses related to Leisure and Tourism are offered.
    As an introduction 4 projects are representing the most important components for managing tourism; Imagineering= creative product dev.)
    Of course also management skills and Languages are offered.
    Also for fast trackers who are entitled to start in the second year, it might be an option to decide to start in the first year if you doubt between tourism and leisure studies
  • After the first year you have 2 possibilities to choose from : ITTI/ ITMC; next slide the difference will be made clear
  • ITTI is focused on managing tourism flows = developing and managing tourism products. So the focus is on those businesses that are relalted to that (BUSINESS FOCUS)
    ITTMC – focused on managing tourism destinations; what are impacts of tourism on destinations; how can negative impacts be prevented and positive impacts being stimulated? What factors are influencing tourism development? The world is constantly changing.Tomorrow situations might be different from today. That also counts for tourism destinations. In the ITMC program we pay attention to the CONTEXT of tourism development.Factors that influenced and will influence tourism development in the past, present and future
  • Some typical examples of jobs of ITMC graduates (all related to managing tourism destinations)
  • From exploring to applying towards integration and being a young professional
    Phase 1 : courses and skills (Second year) but also the field research trip
    Phase 2 : theme projects (3rd year)
    Phase 3: Integrated project(graduation project)
  • From exploring to applying towards integration and being a young professional
    Phase 1 : courses and skills (Second year) but also the field research trip
    Phase 2 : theme projects (3rd year)
    Phase 3: Integrated project(graduation project)
  • In the first semester 4th year you may compose your own study content by following minors (courses with a special focus) and also seminars
    So this is the possibility to broaden or specialize your horizon on basis of your personal interests
    In the second semester you will work on a thesis or graduation project (alleen bij ITTI) Another opportunity to gain international experience when you plan to do your research for a part abroad.
  • Examples of ITMC minors
  • Examples of ITTI minors
  • We also offer possibilities that can be seen as extra value elements like : see slide
  • It’s possible to study a semester abroad during the 2nd and 3rd year with our partner institutes or
    To study the 4th year at our partner universities by which you can obtain diploma’s from both universities
    So again, enough possibilities to build up an international experience during your studies
  • ITM is also a perfect base for further studying;
    Our own Master programs, but also master programs outside the Netherlands
  • It is not easy to find a room in Breda. Dutch students have to search on their own, foreign students are being supported by the International Office. The average rents are Euro 350,-, which means that you can already find a nice room for Euro 250,-, but others have to pay Euro 450,-
    A major part of the Dutch students still live with their parents during the first year. Foreign students mainly live in the inner city of Breda.
    A lot of students have part time jobs and also foreign students have one. If your Dutch is not so good yet, you can work for example at Mc Donalds or IKEA.
    See website for information on financing for foreign students. This is dependent on individual situations.
  • There is NO numerus fixus
    The study choice check is NOT a selection tool.
    Application before 1st of May your acceptance is guaranteed. After that you can still apply, but the procedure is slightly different. More information can be found at the stand and online.

Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to International Tourism Management
  • 2. Why international? • International classroom • World wide tourism is booming: – Upcoming destinations – Upcoming markets • Future international career
  • 3. A world of opportunities i ga na m (business) travel agencies tour operators national and regional tourism organisations national and regional parks research & consultancy firms managing tourism destinations airlines and airports
  • 4. International Tourism Management Year 1 Year 2-3 Year 4 Follow up? Propedeuse Deepening of understanding Specialization and graduation Master Broad Introduction in tourists and tourism International Tourism Management and Consultancy vSpecialization and graduation Tourism Destination management Imagineering International Tourism and Travel Industry
  • 5. First Year Leisure and Tourism Management more than 270 students from 16 different countries: The Netherlands, Germany, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Italy, USA, UK, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, Slovenia
  • 6. First Year Leisure and Tourism Management
  • 7. International Tourism Management Year 1 Year 2-3 Year 4 Follow up? Propaedeutic Deepening of understanding Specialization and graduation Master Broad: Introduction in tourists and tourism International Tourism Management and Consultancy International Tourism and Travel Industry Specialization and graduation Tourism Destination management Imagineering
  • 8. Difference in approach ITTI / ITMC ITMC i ga na m International Tourism & Travel Industry International Tourism Management & Consultancy emphasis on the industry of tour operators, travel agents and airline businesses emphasis on the dynamics of tourism development at destinations managing tourism destinations ITTI
  • 9. Graduates and their jobs ITMC Arjan Hassing Policy Advisor at Provincie Noord-Holland & independent internet entrepreneur Amsterdam Area, Netherlands | Public Policy Seweryn Zielinski Sustainable Tourism Consultant at Playascol Corporation - Beach Management and Coastal Solutions Colombia | Management Consulting Jenny op den Camp Young professional in Tourism Development Sydney Area, Australia | Leisure, Travel & Tourism Guido van Es Owner - director at RESPONS Centro de Turismo Sostenible E.I.R.L. Peru | Leisure, Travel & Tourism For more job examples: www.tourism-bachelor.com
  • 10. Graduates and their jobs ITTI Antonia Busack Customer service consultant at Lufthansa Global Tele Sales Cape Town Berlin Area, Germany | Airlines/Aviation Sabine Keil Assistant Manager,Merchandise at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates | Leisure, Travel & Tourism Karin van der Mooren Consultant People and Performance at Cap Gemini Breda Area, Netherlands | Human Resources For more job examples: www.nhtv.nl/itm
  • 11. Content of the 2nd & 3rd year ITMC 2nd year explore Planning Marketing Tourism context & culture Fieldwork 3rd year apply Feasibility study Financial Management Tourism context & culture Management International internship
  • 12. Content of the 2nd & 3rd year ITTI 2nd year explore Tour operating Aviation Marketing Communication Field research trip 3rd year apply Product development & planning Marketing communications Tourism context & culture International internship
  • 13. 4th year Year 1 Year 2-3 Year 4 Follow up? Propaedeutic Explore & apply Integrate Master Broad: Introduction in tourists and tourism International Tourism Management and Consultancy Personal specialization & graduation Tourism Destination management Imagineering International Tourism and Travel Industry
  • 14. 4 year – your choice th Broadening or specialisation in a range of courses (minors): – Destination Management and Planning – Cross Cultural Research – Heritage Management – Management of Change – International Marketing – Market Research – Business Communication – Sustainable Tourism ITMC
  • 15. 4 year – your choice th Broadening or specialisation in a range of courses (minors): • Travel industry real life projects • Business Economics and Marketing • Social Cultural Management • Psychological aspects in tourism behavior • Tourism & Globalization • E-Business • Aviation ITTI
  • 16. What’s more? • Exchange programs • Double degree • Obtaining a Masters degree
  • 17. Exchange programmes & Double degrees Exchange programmes Double degree Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, USA. China
  • 18. Academic degree & Master options • Tourism Destination Management • Master in Imagineering • SBM Strategic Business Management and Marketing (pre-master)
  • 19. Other practical remarks • Living / rent in Breda • Part-time student jobs • Financing your study
  • 20. Application Dutch students through studielink Registration form by NHTV Foreign students through studielink & International Office Invitation for study choice check (online assessment) Make sure to apply before 1 May
  • 21. Start your career at NHTV International Tourism Studies