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The master in tourism and hospitality program addresses two key issues related to tourism: spatial and economic factors. Lectures refer to the tourist element in the regional approach presenting the most important tourist values and attractions of the chosen continents, countries and regions, stressing the areas which refer to the scientific tasks of the University. The spatial element of the program addresses the economic aspect of the tourism.
The tourism and hospitality program explores the trends in the contemporary tourism pointing the directions of its development and preparing to the responsible acting in this dynamic market. Due to the international body of students in the program, learning exercises have been developed in a variety of ways to meet individual needs.
Students will also participate in field trips in order to gain practical knowledge about one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe and learn the difficult task of the tour-operator and a tourist guide. This prepares students to work in the changing conditions so characteristic for the tourist market and to define and solve scientific problems, a skill welcomed while preparing master thesis. The MA in tourism and hospitality is a unique experience and provides a chance to meet representatives of different regions, cultures and a provides the perfect platform to exchange the opinions about the world of tourism.
University of Wroclaw
The University of Wroclaw (UWr) has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded by Leopold I Habsburg, it evolved from a modest school run by the Jesuits into one of the biggest academic institutions in Poland. After World...
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The city of Wroclaw is an economic, intellectual, and cultural center in the Lower Silesia region of Poland. As Poland's 4th largest city, it is home to many theatres, clubs, museums, galleries, parks, restaurants, and hotels, and hosts a number of renowned music festivals. During World War II, Wroclaw was largely destroyed, but today has been restored to one of Poland's crown jewels and has an abundance...