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University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, Switzerland: Bachelor of Science in Tourism
Chur (ots) - St. Moritz, Davos, Arosa - three resounding Swiss tourism destinations. All three towns lie in the canton of Grisons (Graubünden), the capital of which is Chur, home to the University of Applied Sciences Chur HTW Chur, founded in 1963. Approximately 1,400 students may choose from five Swiss federally approved and internationally recognized Bachelor programs. The Bachelor of Science in Tourism degree program in particular is proving very popular internationally.
The HTW Chur Bachelor of Science in Tourism is designed to appeal to individuals from around the world who are interested in pursuing a comprehensive qualification in tourism which dynamically combines theory with practice, in a country associated with excellence in education, a profound depth of historicity in tourism, and a uniquely attractive environment.
Very good English skills, both spoken and written, are a must, as the entirety of this 3-year full-time degree program is conducted in English, delivered by a highly qualified and internationally experienced faculty. Content-wise, emphasis is laid on an integrative approach to tourism management, on a careful balance of exploration and investigation of key tourism-related management principles on the one hand, and cutting-edge general management and leadership issues on the other.
The University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur may be fairly small, but it nonetheless offers all the advantages of a youthfully vigorous institution of higher learning which is very much in tune with international trends and developments in education while ascribing to excellence, both quantitatively and qualitatively. In the latter terms, significantly, classes are of a manageable size, allowing students to contribute actively and learn efficiently while benefiting from the unique networking experience afforded by an international student body.
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