University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven

Cruise Tourism Management

B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
Subjects: Business Administration, Tourism Management
B.A.
Degree
240
ECTS
English
English only
Language
Winter semester: 30 Jun/31 Jul
Summer semester: 31 Dec/15 Feb
Application Deadlines
4 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Duration
Free
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Start Dates
Winter Semester: October
Summer Semester: April
Starting
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction
Application:
students from Non-EU Countries: uni-assist + students from EU Countries: Hochschulstart (DoSV)
Study mode:
On campus

Five Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program


Be part of a one-of-a-kind study program
Students of this bachelor’s program gain a wide view of business administration, tourism, and cruise travel to become experts in cruise tourism management.
Great career chances in the tourism and cruise industry
Graduates from this bachelor’s program work for cruise shipping companies, cruise operators, cruise terminals, cruise handling companies, hotel chains, tour operators, destination management companies, or specialised consulting firms.
Study at a unique University of Applied Sciences
Located close to the North Sea, the University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven has a long and important tradition offering study programs with a maritime focus. Its close ties to the economy and society of the region make the university an ideal place to build long-lasting connections with lecturers and fellow students.
Spend one year abroad studying or working
During the 5th and 6th semester, students have the incredible opportunity to choose to either spend one term studying at a university abroad and conduct a 6-month practical work placement, or complete a one-year work placement.
Study in English in an international environment
This bachelor’s program is taught completely in English, and students have the opportunity to study and interact with colleagues of different nationalities.

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