BACHELOR IN HOTEL AND TOURISM MANAGEMENT
First degree studies last no shorter than six semesters. Number of hours should not be less than 2000. Number of ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) should not be less than 180.
Course lasts for 3 years / 6 academic semester. One year of study costs 2800 Euros (in total courses cotst 8400 Euros for 3 years).
Internship should last at least 240 hours.
Rules and forms of internship are determined by the unit of the university responsible for leading the education process.
1. Teaching programs should include courses in physical education - 30 hours, which can be attributed to 1 ECTS credits; foreign languages - at 120 hours, which should be assigned to 5 ECTS; Information Technology - 30 hours, which should be attributed to 2 ECTS points.
2. Teaching programs should include humanistic or economic content or any other content humanistic expanding humanistic knowledge of not less than 60 hours, which can be attributed to not less than 3 credits.
3. Teaching programs should include courses in the field of intellectual property protection.
4. The training should cover all the basic content and directional content from 9 areas of education, including: organizational behavior, project management, human resource management, management, quality management and information technology.
5. For the preparation for the final exam student receives 15 ECTS points (including the preparation of the thesis, it it’s included in the program of studies)
Knowledge of English language is required.
Grades can be assigned in letters as a range:
5.0 – excellent
4.5 – very good
4.0 – good
3.5 – satisfactory +
3.0 – satisfactory
2.0 – unsatisfactory
The Bologna Process, launched with the Bologna Declaration, of 1999, is one of the main voluntary processes at European level, as it is nowadays implemented in 47 states, which define the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Poland is including this process.
As the main objective of the Bologna Process since its inception in 1999, the EHEA was meant to ensure more comparable, compatible and coherent systems of higher education in Europe.
Between 1999 - 2010, all the efforts of the Bologna Process members (were targeted to creating the European Higher Education Area, that became reality with the Budapest-Vienna Declaration of March, 2010. The next decade will be aimed at consolidating the EHEA.
More at: www.ehea.info