The M.B.A. in Hotel and Tourism Management aims to give graduates the relevant skills and expertise to compete effectively at an international level. The programme has been designed to prepare qualified graduates and provide managerial competencies required for the impacts of globalisation and the integration of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC).
The M.B.A. in Hotel and Tourism Management will create a pool of highly-skilled employees related to the hotel and tourism industry with an emphasis on supervisory and managerial positions, provide students and professionals with international and interdisciplinary managerial skills in the field of hotel and tourism management, enhance students' and professionals' abilities in analysing, synthesising, and applying appropriate managerial decision making in actual business operations, and enhance students behavior, both morally and ethically within international business environments.
Successful students are awarded an international double-degree who achieve all the graduation requirements from Vatel and Silpakorn University. The programme is offered to both Thai and foreign students, and all courses are conducted in English language.
This programme is an industry-driven curriculum, treating students as future hospitality leaders and placing them at the very heart of the learning process.
Teaching methods include problem-based learning and hospitality management simulation games, where students are able to test their analytical and decision-making abilities in a virtual environment by mirroring realistic business situations.
Accompanying students in this ultimate learning experience is a faculty composed of international scholars and hospitality practitioners, who are highly respected in their field.
Please visit our academic partner's website in Thailand for further details on admissions, tuition fees and study plan http://www.suic.org/course/mbahotel
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