Keuzegids Masters 2021: Great scores for HTH MBA programme International Hospitality Management
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Keuzegids Masters 2021: Great scores for Hotelschool The Hague’s MBA programme in International Hospitality Management
The MBA Programme in International Hospitality Management scores excellent in the Keuzegids 2021. The programme offers an inspirational environment in which students develop a strong base of knowledge and vision related to innovation in the international hospitality and tourism sector,.
Business and organisations are facing multiple challenges such as climate change, demand for innovative technology, hence a continuous thirst for the development of innovative processes.
During the full-time, English-taught MBA programme in International Hospitality Management, students learn to implement changes and innovative solutions in that sector, making them ready to become highly qualified professionals for management positions in the hospitality industry.
Hotelschool The Hague’s students appreciate the international character of this MBA and the high level of expertise of their lecturers including valuable feedback and committed guidance. HTH campus Amsterdam is also a very liked learning environment.
Ms Regine von Stieglitz, President Board of Directors: “As the Board of Directors, we are extremely proud of the excellent results of our MBA programme. This achievement was only possible as our entire community of staff, industry partners and students are committed to creating hospitable futures together. Even in these difficult times, our community shows resilience.”
For more information, visit hotelschool.nl/master
Keuzegids Master is a well-known Dutch information guide. The Keuzegids Masters 2021 research is based on the results of the National Student Survey (NSE) and the labour market figures of the Research Centre for Research and Labour Market (ROA). This year it was decided not to attach scores to the final judgement. Keuzegids has also chosen to drop the designation top level in 2021 because of the lack of information.