Tourism Management is for students who like to surround themselves with different people and cultures, and since Budapest is one of the most attractive places in Europe students get a chance to elaborate with different tourists.
Considered to be one of the most attractive places in Europe, Budapest attracts students from different cultures to gain knowledge, so that; they can be employees in the tourism, cultural, creative, or hospitality sectors. The city has a lot of thermal baths, and Danube river views, and is nominated as a City of Design by the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. The city offers a lively cultural scene and nightlife.
Economist in Tourism Management
Economic Policy, Research Methodology, Managerial (Business) Economics, Cultural, Creative, and Heritage Tourism, Marketing and Communication Management, Creative Experience Design, Tourism Legislation and Institutions, Strategic Management, Company Finance, and Strategy, Tourism Destination Management, Creative Industries, Health Tourism, Wellness and Spas, Controlling Systems, Enterprise Decision Support Systems and Methods, Trends in Tourism Product Development, Heritage Management, ICT and Creative Media, Creative City Development, Sustainable Planning and Development, Event Management.