Master in Tourism & Hospitality Management
The objective of the MSc in Tourism and Hospitality Management qualification is to provide tourism industry professionals with the specialist knowledge needed to advance their careers, or for graduates entering the tourism and hospitality sector to gain the skills needed to manage business operations. The programme has 90 ECTS (European Transfer Credit System).
The qualification provides learners with a contemporary, critical, and international programme that supports their development
as managers with a lifelong-learning orientation.
The qualification enables learners to analyse complex management problems and to apply
and adapt specialist skills and technical terminology to propose solutions to these problems informed by best practice and contemporary research.
Practical learning, projects, and learning through research.
All programs are totally flexible and can be started at any time. Work at your own pace.
Our support team is available every day to make sure that your education runs smoothly.
Application fee : € 100 (non-refundable)
Tuition Fees : € 5,490 for the entire programme
Discounts available for payments made in full prior to commencing the programme.
The main teaching and learning methods at SSBR includes virtual classroom lectures, webinars and tutorials, practical learning, projects, and learning through research.
Assessment and verification
All units within this qualification are internally assessed by the centre. The qualifications are criterion referenced, based on the achievement of all the specified learning outcomes.
Flexible courses to fit around your busy schedule
Highly qualified and experienced professors available to help you get the qualification you deserve.
Our masters programmes, each with different program requirements, are based on and are fully compatible with the established European and American educational systems. The European guidelines for higher education are outlined in the Bologna agreements.
Some programmes allow students to choose a specialization. Once a minimum number of credits has been earned, a request for graduation can be submitted.
Destination Management (10 credits)
Strategic Management & Marketing (10 credits)
International Tourism Policy & Development (10 credits)
Researching Tourism and Hospitality Management
Technology in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry
Organisational Behaviour in an International Context
BSc (or equivalent qualification) from a recognized higher education institution. or
A Master’s degree in management (or associated discipline) with a minimum of 1 year professional work experience.
Applicants must provide:
Your CV or resume
ID or passport copy
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Our organization is classed as a Business School, distinguishing its status from that of a standard university. As such, Swiss School of Business Research is not beholden to regulations imposed by the Swiss Higher Education Act (HEdA) and not listed on Swissuniversities’ list of accredited higher education institutions therefore the School is free to provide higher education and confer private degrees, from bachelor’s to doctorate levels.
Validity of degrees issued by private institutions in Switzerland
“Validity of degrees issued by private institutions in Switzerland
While higher education in Switzerland is primarily dispensed by public institutions, there are also many private ones. In Switzerland no prior authorisation is required in order to offer higher education courses, organise examinations or issue private degrees. In certain cases, however, the federal or cantonal authorities, depending on their respective area of authority, will supervise private institutions and/or authorise them to offer courses and issue degrees.
Private institutions based in Switzerland that are not accredited under the HEdA may only issue private degrees. Such degrees:
– may be used by the holder to carry out an unregulated profession; appreciation of the value of private degrees is left up to employers.
Generally speaking, there are no international agreements protecting the value of private degrees; in all cases, it is up to the national authorities in the host country to decide whether to recognise foreign qualifications. Private institutions are able to legitimately carry out their activities in Switzerland by virtue of the principle of economic freedom.*
SSBR is authorised by the Canton of Zurich for the provision of quality standards in adult education so the lessons comply with the cantonal regulations.
The Canton of Zurich authorizes SSBR to issue bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees.
* From the State Secretariat for Education and Research SER Directorate