The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.
There are several state and private higher education institutions in Moldova and a growing number of students. Located at the crossroads of several cultures, Moldova is an ideal location for students who hope to increase their awareness of cultural differences and fluency in one of the Romance languages.
Master Program in Tourism and Hospitality in Moldova
The main aim of the Master's Program in International Tourism and Hospitality Management are designed to enable students to develop concepts and theories relating to tourism management, hospitality management or events management [+]
Courses: First semester: Managerial Economics based on problem solving (workshops). Research Methods for Business. Business and Predictive Analytics. Tourism Analytics. Diplomacy and Negociation in International Business (Romanian, Russian, English, French)/ Strategic Communication and New Software Skills (Romanian, Russian, English, French). Tourism and Hospitality Management in a Global Business Environment. Strategic Marketing in Hospitality and Tourism. Second semester: Project Management. Risk and Crisis Management. Fraud Risk Management and Anti-Fraud Services: Strategy for preventing, detection and response. Comparative studies: Policies, Reforms and Trends in Tourism Industry and Hospitality (workshops). Intellectual Property: Policy, Law and Use. Tourism and Hospitality Legal Framework. Sustainable and Competitive Tourism Development. Tourism Cluster Development Models for Regional/Global Competitiveness. Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality. Managing Change in Tourism. Third semester: Revenue Management for Hospitality & Tourism. Modern Information Technology and Reservation Systems in Hospitality. Consumer Behavior in Tourism and Hospitality. Module: Functional Specialization (1 choise): Hotel Management and Operations; Management of Food And Beverage Operations; Customer Service for Hospitality and Tourism; Contractual arrangements in management of tourism products and destinations; Partnership and network management in Tourism; Destination Management: Policy, Planning and Promotion. Module: Specialized Branche (1 choise): Cultural Tourism: National, European and Global Perspectives; The Business of Rural Tourism: International Perspectives; Medical Tourism: The Ethics, Regulation, and Marketing of Health Mobility; International Events Management; Enotourism and Winery Tourism Businesses. Selected Problems on Tourism and Hospitality Management: Local, European and International Perspectives (workshop) Fourth semester: MA Thesis / Reading Research. Concept of the... [-]
The graduate of the proposed program can carry out its professional activity in touristic and commercial organizations and other related activities, such as: international and multinational business units, transnational companies; [+]
Languages available: French, Spanish, English, German, Chinese, Korean in different language combinations A/B: French-English, English-German etc. Courses:International Tourism Economics and Policy; Introduction to International Trade; Excursion Theory and Practice; Translation - Multilingual Documentary Monitoring; Specialized Terminology and Databases; Translation and Specialized Language; Research Methodology and Ethics; International Economic Organizations; Tourism Legislation; Language of Tourism: difficulties of translation; Terminology and Terminography; International Economic Relations; Language of International Economic Organizations; The graduate of the proposed program can carry out its professional activity in touristic and commercial organizations and other related activities, such as:... [-]