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Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

Prepare for a successful career in the hospitality and tourism industry with Schiller International University. Join our Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management to create a successful career pathway in this dynamic and booming sector.

Intake

September

Campus

Madrid

Duration

40 months/ 4 years

Credits

120 American Credits, (equivalent to 240 ECTS)

Study Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

Gain the practical knowledge and skills required to pursue a successful career in the hospitality and tourism industry with Schiller International University. Our Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management course offers you an in-depth study in one of the fastest-growing sectors in the service industry, which will help shape your future in this dynamic and vibrant sector. From managing hotels, resorts, and restaurant operations to leading leisure and recreational activities worldwide, the course provides the latest insights into the hospitality and tourism industry. Our Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management will help you develop your strategic business acumen and implement innovative business models in different markets with an emphasis on analysis, planning, implementation, and control.

Our Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management curriculum is expertly curated to help you apply management disciplines such as marketing, human resources management, operations, and accounting within the international hospitality and tourism sector. So, what are you waiting for? Join us to start your journey towards a successful career in this booming industry.

The Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management course at Schiller International University offers you a meticulously crafted syllabus designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of international management in the global hospitality and tourism landscape.

You will study General Education, specific knowledge from your area of study, and technical courses applied to your industry:

As you will study an international degree based on the American system, do you want to learn more about this? Read about it in the "Academics" section on our FAQ page.

  • Welcome the world: Dive into the heart of Tourism and Hospitality, gaining skills that open doors to captivating cultures and global adventures.
  • Crafting memorable experiences: Learn to curate unforgettable moments for travelers, blending artful hospitality with strategic tourism insights.
  • Trends that shape tourism: Stay at the forefront of industry trends with our Hospitality and Tourism Management course by using the latest research to innovate and redefine the future of travel experiences.
  • Cultural fusion expertise: Learn the art of bridging cultures, catering to diverse travelers' desires and international management while championing cross-cultural understanding.
  • Strategies for travel triumph: Develop winning business models for various destinations, turning your passion for tourism into a flourishing career.
  • Navigate global landscapes: Seamlessly orchestrate resources and operations across international settings, becoming a force in tourism and hospitality.
  • Ethics in every encounter: Embrace ethical practices that resonate with responsible tourism, leaving a positive impact on the world and its communities.
  • Skills for touristic success: Hone your communication, teamwork, and independent learning abilities, ensuring you're primed for a dynamic tourism future.

Program Code Subject Credits
AR 222 Art History 3
PSY 1021 General Psychology 3
HI 226 European History – Napoleonic Period to President 3
FR/GE/SP 101 Beginning Foreign Language 1 3
MGF 1107** College Mathematics 3
FR/GE/SP 102 Beginning Foreign Language 2 3
MA 172** Applied Mathematics 3
EN 111 English Composition: Expository Writing 3
IR 221** Introduction to International Relations

3

EN 112** English: Research and Writing 3
SO 137 Science and Society 3
PS 221 Introduction to Political Science 3

Program Code Subject Credits
ACG 2001** Accounting I 3
IT 103 Application of Computers 3
BA 261 Principles of Business Law 3
CA 497** Capstone 3
BA 341** Business Finance 3
HM 103** Introduction to Tourism & Hospitality 3
BA 374** Statistics 3
HM 187** Front Office Management 3
BA 401** Human Resources Management

3

HM 210** Food & Beverage Management 3
BA 427 Marketing Management 3
HM 423** Convention & Event Management 3
GEB 1350** Introduction to International Business 3
EN 200** Cross Cultural Communications 3
ECO 2013** Principles of Microeconomics 3
BA 322** International Marketing 3
MAR 2011** Principles of Marketing 3
HM 451* Leadership & Management in Hospitality & Tourism 3
ECO 2023** Principles of Macroeconomics 3
HM 499 Internship Approved by Provost 3

Program Code Subject Credits
ACG 2011** Accounting II 3
PSY 376 Organizational Psychology 3
BA 370** Business Communication 3
IR 481 Selected Topics in International Relations 3
BA 384 Behavioral Aspects 3
FR/GE/SP 201 Intermediate Foreign Language 1 (or any 200-400 Electives) 3
BA 369** Introduction to Sustainable Development 3
FR/GE/SP 202 Intermediate Foreign Language 2 (or any 200-400 Electives) 3
BA 437 Multinational Enterprise

3

IR 356 Int. Relations of the Pacific Rim Region 3
BA 469** Entrepreneurship & New Ventures 3
IR 456 The European Union 3
EN 490 Intercultural Communications 3
IR 436 The Middle East 3
HI 225 European History to 1815 3
BA 439** International Business Policy 3
EC 352 Economic Geography 3
EN 373 Public Speaking 3

*The curriculum is subject to change. Each campus and program may have additional requirements and exceptions. An Additional UK Final Thesis is required if applying for a dual degree.

Why Study Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management

Gain Global Perspective

At Schiller International University, we offer our Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management learners a unique opportunity to gain a global perspective and experience diverse cultures. With students from over 130 nationalities and a vast network of 20,000 alumni, you can study in an international setting that provides a rich and immersive learning experience.

Dual Degree Dual Opportunities

Join our Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management course to broaden your horizons and advance your hospitality and tourism career with our US and European degrees. Prepare for a Global Future in the hospitality and tourism industry with Schiller International University. Join us and take the first step toward a brighter future!

Challenge-Based Learning

At Schiller, we strongly believe in practical-based learning. Our Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management course is designed to provide you with hands-on experience by working with international startups on real-world challenges. You will develop top skills and gain valuable insights into the hospitality and tourism industry.

Global Employability Path

Become a Smart Global Professional ready for the challenges of the hospitality and tourism industry with our immersive, highly employability-oriented training activities. Our Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management course will provide you with direct access to international professionals and leading companies/organizations to build a Global Employability Path from day one.

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Our Numbers

+20K

Alumni

+130

Nationalities

60

Years of Experience

4

International Campuses

Fees

Fees

Tuition Fees

Cost of the Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality and Tourism Management*

Tuition fees for European campuses

€ 15,400

Additional fee for University of Roehampton degree (European campuses)

€ 3,000

Tuition fees for Schiller Online (Distance Learning)

$ 8,550

*Price per average school year – 10 courses/months – 30 credits. The standard price, not including additional possible scholarships.

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Scholarships available!

Discover all the scholarships you can apply for and choose the one that fits your situation!

At Schiller International University, we provide you with a full detailed list of available scholarships: Initial eligibility, Documentation requirements, Amount of the award, Continued eligibility requirements, and Eligibility for reapplying upon loss of an award. If you need additional information or personalized attention, contact us. We will be happy to help you.

Cost of Living

Please check the table below to find the estimate we have calculated for various expenses you could face while living in one of the four cities our campuses are located in. The price is estimated on a monthly basis

. MADRID PARIS HEIDELBERG TAMPA
Housing € 750 € 950 € 770 $1,700
Food € 200 € 320 € 270 $ 400
Transportation € 20-50 € 40-84 € 35-82 $ 50-75
Telephone € 20 € 32 € 40 $45
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses € 200 € 300 € 220 $400

Books, Course Materials,

Supplies, & Equipment

€ 35 € 35 € 35 $ 37
TOTAL € 1,255 € 1,721 € 1,417 $ 2,657

Admission Process

1

Fill out the application Enrollment

2

Complete the interview

The interview with your Admissions Representative provides a great opportunity to ask questions, define your educational and professional goals, and discuss whether a Schiller degree will meet your needs.

3

Send all required admissions documents

This includes transcripts, passport documentation, proof of English proficiency, etc.

4

Once accepted, you will receive an acceptance package

In the case of students needing a VISA, you will receive a scanned copy of a conditional letter of acceptance, along with the invoice for your first semester’s tuition. Once it is paid, you will receive the official copy of your acceptance letter and acceptance package.

5

Congratulations!

You are now part of Schiller’s learning community.

Credit Recognitions and Transfers

At Schiller International University, we understand that your academic journey is unique. If you've completed the American High School system, A-levels, AP (Advanced Placement), IB (International Baccalaureate), or the French Baccalaureate, you have the opportunity to accelerate your path to success.

Request a Credit Transfer Review and validate up to 36 credits of your General Education. Contact our admissions team for further information.

Global Employability Path

Try our Global Employability Path (GEP) to acquire knowledge, develop your soft skills, build connections, and succeed as a Smart Global Professional. The program is designed to provide graduates with one year and undergraduates with four years of skills training and experience. Upon completion, you will receive a Global Employability Certificate. We are confident that the GEP program will prepare you to thrive in a competitive and dynamic global environment.