MSc in Tourism Management

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Duration: Full Time (12m) & Part Time (24m)/Evening classes
Application Deadline: Rolling admissions | last round: September 27, 2017
Start Date: October 2017
Fees: € 12,500

OVERVIEW

This program meets the growing needs of the tourism industry to shape high skilled and knowledgeable professionals, so that they can assume leading roles in the management of tourism organizations. The program blends the requisite specialist operational knowledge and skills, with advanced managerial competencies, in order to educate the new generation of tourism executives. It emphasizes the cross-cultural, moral, ethical, institutional and environmental issues in the management of tourism organizations, while covering all specialized business and operational skills. The strategic partnership with Costa Navarino and a series of events in collaboration with key tourism players throughout the program, as well as a well-organized internship process strongly support the development of a professional network and increase considerably the employability of students upon graduation.


Why Tourism?


The tourism sector fuels growth and job creation around the world, at sustained pace, according to the World Tourism Organization:

  • Represents approximately 9% of the global economy.
  • Has created approximately 69 million new jobs in the past 10 years.

The Greek tourism industry is one of the most dynamic fields of employment in the country, according to SETE, the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises:

  • Represents 17.3% of the country’s GDP.
  • Supports 18.3% of total domestic employment, directly employing nearly 700.000 people across all skill levels.


Key features of the program

  • Weekday classes between 18:00 – 22:00, twice a week on average for part-time mode.
  • A 12-month program (24-month program for part-time mode).
  • 14 core modules and 2 workshops
  • Assessment: group reports/presentations, case study analysis, mid-term tests, final exams 
  • Dissertation or Internship (in Greece or abroad)


The MSc in Tourism Management is designed for:

  • Entrepreneurs in tourism business.
  • Members of family tourism business.
  • Young professionals in hospitality, tour operators, tour guides, travel agencies (air, land and sea), event and conference organizers, cruise makers, leisure and entertainment organizers, real estate developers.

 

Current Student Profile

HIGHLIGHTS

International Recognition: Accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

The quality and academic standing of its faculty, both resident and visiting.

Academic rigor with practical know-how: Academic courses are combined with specialized workshops by leading industry experts, tailored to address realistic technological and management challenges in travel, destination, tour guide, event, conference, leisure and entertainment management.

Strategic Partnership with Costa Navarino: Specialized workshops by Costa Navarino professionals, tailored to address challenges in hospitality and destination management. Three-day visit at The Westin Resort Costa Navarino, located at the first resort area in Costa Navarino. Costa Navarino is the prime, sustainable destination in Messinia, southwest Peloponnese, encompassing luxury resort hotels, high-end residences, a new golf destination, spa, sports & leisure facilities, as well as authentic cultural experiences.

Internship: Opportunity to spend three months at the heart of the tourism season at a number of tourism organizations. Internship at Costa Navarino offers c.v. inclusion into a global employment database and access to the most exciting online and classroom training programs.

Ideal location: The program is offered in Greece, a country with a long-lasting tradition in tourism. Part of the program will be offered on the ALBA campus at the heart of Athens.

Links to the industry: Students will benefit from the close links between ALBA and the Greek tourism community.

 

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MSc in Tourism Program FT Total Year Schedule 2016 -2017

1 credit = 3 ECTS

Note: In the context of the Hospitality Management course, a mandatory 3-day visit is included to Costa Navarino Resort

1st Period | October – November

Courses Hours | Credits
International Tourism Environment
14 | 1 Credits
The course offers a critical overview of the contemporary tourism and hospitality industry in relation to the international business environment within which it operates. The key sectors of this industry (i.e. accommodation, transportation, tour operating, attractions etc.) are analyzed with regard to their key functions, interrelations, and strategic and operational challenges. Combining micro and macro viewpoints in discussing critical issues in international tourism policy and management, the course offers an advanced understanding of the intricate nature of tourism both as a field of study and as an industry.
Managing People in Tourism and Hospitality
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course covers motivation, involvement, team work, leadership, emotional intelligence, cultural awareness and change management in Tourism Organizations. Each session integrates classical and modern concepts, building on key theories with a rich array of contemporary real-world examples and cases from the Tourism sector.
Presentation & Writing Skills Workshop
14 | 1 Credits
Marketing Management for Tourism
14 | 1 Credits
This course is designed to provide students with a good command of the key elements of marketing management across tourism organizations. During this course students will be encouraged to develop an analytical perspective and a critical understanding of the marketing concepts, models, and tools as they are applied across tourism organizations. Through case studies and contemporary examples from the tourism industry, the practical relevance of marketing theories for tourism managers will be highlighted and students will be expected to apply the theoretical concepts discussed onto real-life marketing examples from the tourism industry.

2nd Period | November – December

Courses Hours | Credits
Managing Service Operations
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course focuses on the unique aspects involved in the design and delivery of service operations. In Tourism and Hospitality the objective is to introduce students to the basic issues and main challenges that most successful service operations face today.  Students completing this course will acquire the tools to identify and apply appropriate management processes to ensure efficient, effective and quality oriented service operations.
Hospitality Management
28 | 2 Credits
This course analyses the nature, profile and scope of the hospitality industry, the structure of hotels and various departments and discusses the internationalization and growth trends within the hospitality sector. The course focuses on various aspects of management in relation to accommodation operations, F&B and leisure activities.
Business Decisions with Data Models
14 | 1 Credits
This course aims to enhance business problem modelling and solving skills by integrating concepts and frameworks from Statistics and Decision Science with modern Information Technology. Emphasis is placed on evaluating risks and using the theory of normative decision making to compare decision alternatives under uncertainty. Participants will learn how to structure complex management problems and combine quantitative analysis with judgment and critical thinking.  Topics covered include forecasting, decision analysis, Monte-Carlo simulation and business optimization. It is a practical course that uses case studies and spreadsheets to illustrate how to apply the methodologies introduced.

3rd Period | January – February

Courses Hours | Credits
Digital Media and Channel Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course addresses the processes of selling in the Hospitality Market. More and more, the act of selling is recognized as a function that is separate from and just as important as the function of marketing in the Hospitality Industry. The course takes a "how-to", "by the numbers" approach to consultative hospitality sales. It uses practical and useable information for all kinds of sales situations in the hospitality arena. The course takes the participant all the way from prospecting to negotiations through closing. It includes areas such as personal selling as well as online sales "tools". Internal Information and Communication Technologies are covered as well. Overall the course attempts to create a customer-oriented sales person who succeeds by serving the needs of the customer.
Event Management
14 | 1 Credits
This course provides a broad understanding of the importance of planning and managing events (profesional meetings, trade shows, scientific events, congress conferences, sporting events and social events). It builds the necessary knowledge and practical skills to plan, organize, manage and advertise an event, create and manage an event network, apply quality criteria for selecting host venues and managing the supply chain.
Finance and Cost Accounting
28 | 2 Credits
This course facilitates the understanding and subsequent use of financial information for decision-making in the tourism sector. It addresses of two main perspectives, each one representing different stakeholders, who use financial information for decision making.   In particular, the first part of the course aims to provide the knowledge and skills required for the understanding and use of financial accounting information for decision-making. Some of the topics covered during the course include: the meaning and role of accounting, branches of  accounting,  and  users  of  accounting  information,  the  accounting  cycle,  and  the  financial statements, the effects of the use of different accounting methods, estimates and choices on the financial statements and the subsequent impact on decision making, ways of analyzing, interpreting  and  evaluating  financial  statements.

4th Period | February – March

Courses Hours | Credits
Revenue Management
14 | 1 Credits
This course is an introduction to the theory, principles and practices of revenue management (RM) and how these can be particularly applied to the growing tourism industry. More specifically the course focuses on the application and evaluation of revenue management strategies and is intended for individuals with a specific interest in the tourism industry.
Destination Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course adopts a strategic approach to the analysis of the processes involved in destination development and sustainable management. The basics of a sustainable destination development plan will be identified and evaluated. Best practices in relation to marketing strategy and distribution will be critically discussed and analyzed, adopting a social, cultural, environmental, and economic perspective.
Purchasing and Supply Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
The course covers supply chain coordination, supplier selection, purchasing methodologies and contracting, material forecasting and safety stock, and design of services for supply chain efficiency. It also focuses on the best practices that lead to efficient, effective, and customer-responsive SCM processes that transform ideas into high quality services, delivered at competitive prices while simultaneously providing superior financial returns within environmental, ethical, and legal constraints.

5th Period | April – May

Courses Hours | Credits
Strategy in Tourism
21 | 1.5 Credits
The course provides an integrative framework for the whole program. It will explain basic planning principles of business strategy and the process through which strategic decisions are made in tourism organizations at both destination and organizational level. Students will become familiar with key strategy elements, such as how tourism organizations select the market, product, and areas in which they compete, how they position themselves in these areas, how they interact with their external environments, how they adjust to changes, and how they decide and implement structure and policies that enable them to achieve their overall goals. The role of the HR professionals in the process of corporate strategy formulation and implementation will also be outlined.
Sustainability in Tourism
14 | 1 Credits
The course offers a comprehensive introduction to, but also fosters critical engagement with, the concept of sustainable development and its application in the tourism and hospitality industry - both from a policy/development viewpoint and in relation to management approaches to applying sustainability principles. This will be followed by a 7-hour hands-on workshop delivered at the premises of Costa Navarino by specialized trainers.

6th Period | May –August

Courses Hours | Credits
Internship
56 | 4 Credits
An Internship brings together the academic with the business world, providing benefits both to students and to companies.  It has the status of a course, hence it is an obligatory requirement for the fulfilment of the M.Sc. Degree, it carries credits and it is graded.  The expected duration is three (3) months, from beginning May to end July.  The benefits for students include the opportunity for the blending of academic and on-the-job learning; the use of the explicit knowledge gained during the program, the attainment of tacit knowledge, the development and diversification of skills, the acquisition of work experience, the identification and/or refinement of career goals, the creation and/or development of a professional network.  The benefits for companies include the opportunity to meet some company needs with highly qualified and motivated students, the identification of talent for potential future employment, the enrichment of current perspectives and practices with the intern’s novel ideas, the enhancement of social responsibility activities.
OR
Dissertation
56 | 4 Credits
The Dissertation is a research project of a student’s special interest in a faculty member’s area of expertise. The students will have the opportunity to construct a detailed plan of a research project; to review specific literature on the selected topic; to identify relevant research questions from the literature; to be able to turn general research questions into empirical ones; to select and justify an appropriate research design; to select and employ suitable methods or techniques to investigate the empirical questions; to analyze financial or social data and to write a report covering a review of the relevant literature, the research questions, an explanation and justification of the design, a description of the conduct and analysis of the research, and a discussion of the findings in relation to the literature and methodological issues.

PART TIME

MSc in Tourism Program PT Total Year Schedule 2016 - 2018

1 credit = 3 ECTS

1st Period | October – November

Courses Hours | Credits
International Tourism Environment
14 | 1 Credits
The course offers a critical overview of the contemporary tourism and hospitality industry in relation to the international business environment within which it operates. The key sectors of this industry (i.e. accommodation, transportation, tour operating, attractions etc.) are analyzed with regard to their key functions, interrelations, and strategic and operational challenges. Combining micro and macro viewpoints in discussing critical issues in international tourism policy and management, the course offers an advanced understanding of the intricate nature of tourism both as a field of study and as an industry.
Business Writing & Presentation Skills
14 | 1 Credits
Marketing Management for Tourism
14 | 1 Credits
This course is designed to provide students with a good command of the key elements of marketing management across tourism organizations. During this course students will be encouraged to develop an analytical perspective and a critical understanding of the marketing concepts, models, and tools as they are applied across tourism organizations. Through case studies and contemporary examples from the tourism industry, the practical relevance of marketing theories for tourism managers will be highlighted and students will be expected to apply the theoretical concepts discussed onto real-life marketing examples from the tourism industry.

2nd Period | November – December

Courses Hours | Credits
Business Decisions with Data Models
14 | 1 Credits
This course aims to enhance business problem modelling and solving skills by integrating concepts and frameworks from Statistics and Decision Science with modern Information Technology. Emphasis is placed on evaluating risks and using the theory of normative decision making to compare decision alternatives under uncertainty. Participants will learn how to structure complex management problems and combine quantitative analysis with judgment and critical thinking.  Topics covered include forecasting, decision analysis, Monte-Carlo simulation and business optimization. It is a practical course that uses case studies and spreadsheets to illustrate how to apply the methodologies introduced.
Hospitality Management
28 | 2 Credits
This course analyses the nature, profile and scope of the hospitality industry, the structure of hotels and various departments and discusses the internationalization and growth trends within the hospitality sector. The course focuses on various aspects of management in relation to accommodation operations, F&B and leisure activities.

3rd Period | January – February

Courses Hours | Credits
Finance and Cost Accounting
28 | 2 Credits
This course facilitates the understanding and subsequent use of financial information for decision-making in the tourism sector. It addresses of two main perspectives, each one representing different stakeholders, who use financial information for decision making.   In particular, the first part of the course aims to provide the knowledge and skills required for the understanding and use of financial accounting information for decision-making. Some of the topics covered during the course include: the meaning and role of accounting, branches of  accounting,  and  users  of  accounting  information,  the  accounting  cycle,  and  the  financial statements, the effects of the use of different accounting methods, estimates and choices on the financial statements and the subsequent impact on decision making, ways of analyzing, interpreting  and  evaluating  financial  statements.
Event Management
14 | 1 Credits
This course provides a broad understanding of the importance of planning and managing events (profesional meetings, trade shows, scientific events, congress conferences, sporting events and social events). It builds the necessary knowledge and practical skills to plan, organize, manage and advertise an event, create and manage an event network, apply quality criteria for selecting host venues and managing the supply chain.

4th Period | February – March

Courses Hours | Credits
Revenue Management
14 | 1 Credits
This course is an introduction to the theory, principles and practices of revenue management (RM) and how these can be particularly applied to the growing tourism industry. More specifically the course focuses on the application and evaluation of revenue management strategies and is intended for individuals with a specific interest in the tourism industry.

5th Period | April – May

Courses Hours | Credits
Sustainability in Tourism
14 | 1 Credits
The course offers a comprehensive introduction to, but also fosters critical engagement with, the concept of sustainable development and its application in the tourism and hospitality industry - both from a policy/development viewpoint and in relation to management approaches to applying sustainability principles. This will be followed by a 7-hour hands-on workshop delivered at the premises of Costa Navarino by specialized trainers.

6th Period | October – November

Courses Hours | Credits
Managing People in Tourism and Hospitality
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course covers motivation, involvement, team work, leadership, emotional intelligence, cultural awareness and change management in Tourism Organizations. Each session integrates classical and modern concepts, building on key theories with a rich array of contemporary real-world examples and cases from the Tourism sector.

7th Period | November –December

Courses Hours | Credits
Managing Service Operations
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course focuses on the unique aspects involved in the design and delivery of service operations. In Tourism and Hospitality the objective is to introduce students to the basic issues and main challenges that most successful service operations face today.  Students completing this course will acquire the tools to identify and apply appropriate management processes to ensure efficient, effective and quality oriented service operations.

8th Period | January – February

Courses Hours | Credits
Digital Media and Channel Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course addresses the processes of selling in the Hospitality Market. More and more, the act of selling is recognized as a function that is separate from and just as important as the function of marketing in the Hospitality Industry. The course takes a "how-to", "by the numbers" approach to consultative hospitality sales. It uses practical and useable information for all kinds of sales situations in the hospitality arena. The course takes the participant all the way from prospecting to negotiations through closing. It includes areas such as personal selling as well as online sales "tools". Internal Information and Communication Technologies are covered as well. Overall the course attempts to create a customer-oriented sales person who succeeds by serving the needs of the customer.

9th Period | February – March

Courses Hours | Credits
Destination Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
This course adopts a strategic approach to the analysis of the processes involved in destination development and sustainable management. The basics of a sustainable destination development plan will be identified and evaluated. Best practices in relation to marketing strategy and distribution will be critically discussed and analyzed, adopting a social, cultural, environmental, and economic perspective.
Purchasing and Supply Management
21 | 1.5 Credits
The course covers supply chain coordination, supplier selection, purchasing methodologies and contracting, material forecasting and safety stock, and design of services for supply chain efficiency. It also focuses on the best practices that lead to efficient, effective, and customer-responsive SCM processes that transform ideas into high quality services, delivered at competitive prices while simultaneously providing superior financial returns within environmental, ethical, and legal constraints.

10th Period | April – May

Courses Hours | Credits
Strategy in Tourism
21 | 1.5 Credits
The course provides an integrative framework for the whole program. It will explain basic planning principles of business strategy and the process through which strategic decisions are made in tourism organizations at both destination and organizational level. Students will become familiar with key strategy elements, such as how tourism organizations select the market, product, and areas in which they compete, how they position themselves in these areas, how they interact with their external environments, how they adjust to changes, and how they decide and implement structure and policies that enable them to achieve their overall goals. The role of the HR professionals in the process of corporate strategy formulation and implementation will also be outlined.

11th Period | May – August

Courses Hours | Credits
Internship
56 | 4 Credits
An Internship brings together the academic with the business world, providing benefits both to students and to companies.  It has the status of a course, hence it is an obligatory requirement for the fulfilment of the M.Sc. Degree, it carries credits and it is graded.  The expected duration is three (3) months, from beginning May to end July.  The benefits for students include the opportunity for the blending of academic and on-the-job learning; the use of the explicit knowledge gained during the program, the attainment of tacit knowledge, the development and diversification of skills, the acquisition of work experience, the identification and/or refinement of career goals, the creation and/or development of a professional network.  The benefits for companies include the opportunity to meet some company needs with highly qualified and motivated students, the identification of talent for potential future employment, the enrichment of current perspectives and practices with the intern’s novel ideas, the enhancement of social responsibility activities.
OR
Dissertation
56 | 4 Credits
The Dissertation is a research project of a student’s special interest in a faculty member’s area of expertise. The students will have the opportunity to construct a detailed plan of a research project; to review specific literature on the selected topic; to identify relevant research questions from the literature; to be able to turn general research questions into empirical ones; to select and justify an appropriate research design; to select and employ suitable methods or techniques to investigate the empirical questions; to analyze financial or social data and to write a report covering a review of the relevant literature, the research questions, an explanation and justification of the design, a description of the conduct and analysis of the research, and a discussion of the findings in relation to the literature and methodological issues.

FACULTY

The Professors

Academic Director
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Evangelia Baralou Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies, Open University, UK

Dr. Baralou has broad research interests in how technologies mediate human interactions. She studies serious games and how the gamification process can enhance organizational learning and innovation. Her research draws on activity theory and critical realism as a broader philosophy.

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Course Faculty
Professor in Hospitality and Tourism Management, Edinburgh Napier University view more
Senior Teaching Fellow in Events at University of Surrey view more
Professor of Business and Management, Oxford Brookes University view more
Dimitris Diamantis Dean of Graduate Studies at Les Roches, Global Hospitality Education
Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at Les Roches, Global Hospitality Education view more
Professor of Sustainability Marketing, University of Surrey view more
Professor of Operations Management, University of Cyprus view more
Christos Koritos Academic Director of the MSc in Marketing
Assistant Professor of Marketing view more
Georgios Papageorgiou Head of the International Tourism and Hospitality Management Department at The American College of Greece
Professor II & HEAD OF THE INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT AT THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF GREECE view more
Professor of Operations Management, University of Cyprus view more
Stefanos Zarkos Academic Director of the MSc Programs: MSc in Finance; MSc in International Business & Management; MSc in Business for Lawyers; MSc in Entrepreneurship
Associate Professor in the Practice of Finance view more

CAREER

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  • Identify new trends and the requirements of employers, and adapt and respond effectively.
  • Provide outstanding service along international standards and manage successfully the complexities of the tourism industry.
  • Command the theory and practice in all aspects of running a tourism business: strategy, finance, marketing, operations, human resources.
  • Contribute to the management and organization of: hospitality, travel, destination, event, conference, leisure, entertainment and real estate development.
  • Handle the internal IT systems and online media channels necessary for digital marketing and operations.

SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships Scheme

You can secure pre-approval of your scholarship, before you apply for admission to the MBA or MSc program of your choice.

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GMAT Scholarships

 Those candidates who bring GMAT score from 700 and above, will be granted a scholarship of 60% of the total tuition fees for all MBA and MSc's (Excluding the Executive MBA, Double Masters for Lawyers and the MSc in ISF Programs). Candidates with high GMAT bellow 700 are also eligible for smaller scholarships.

AHEAD Scholarships for Micro Enterprises

The ALBA Hub for Entrepreneurship and Development (AHEAD) offers one partial scholarship for any of the Academic Programs at ALBA aimed at prospective students from competitive micro enterprises. (Executive MBA, MSc in ISF and Double Masters for Lawyers candidates are not included). Scholarship is  open to entrepreneurs, involved family members and managers from micro businesses with less than 10 employees.

Next Generation Family Business Scholarship

ALBA Graduate Business School offers two partial scholarship  for any of the Academic Programs at ALBA (Executive MBA, MSc in ISF and Double Masters for Lawyers candidates are not included) to a member of the next generation of a family business. It aims to encourage growth and succession in Greek family businesses, and support upcoming business leaders so that they can excel in such a demanding role.

SEV (Hellenic Federation of Enterprises) Scholarships

SEV (Hellenic Federation of Enterprises) offers five (5) partial scholarships for graduate studies at ALBA.

Scholarships are open only for the academic year 2017 – 2018, will cover 40% of total fees and are addressed exclusively to Small and Medium Enterprises – members of SEV, offered as rewarding services to the members of the Federation.

Applications can be submitted online at https://applications.alba.edu.gr/ with the indication “SEV scholarship” noted at the field Scholarship-Financial Aid.

Note that the evaluation of applications and the final selection will be made from ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece.

All applicants need to meet the eligibility criteria of the program they apply for and to go through the standard admission procedure and personal interview.

For any additional information applicants can contact Ms. Antonina Kalkavoura at 210 8964531 (ext. 2253) or through e-mail at akakalvo@alba.edu.gr.

Equal Society for MSc in Tourism Management

1 full scholarship will be offered for the MSc in Tourism Management Program. 

In order to express your interest you will need to fill in properly and accordingly both the application provided by  Equal Society (here) and the ALBA online application

23th Economia Competition

Partial scholarship to all members of the winning team of the “Economia” competition for any of the below stated MSc Programs:

  • MSc in Strategic Human Resources Management
  • MSc in International Business and Management
  • MSc in Finance
  • MSc in Marketing
  • MSc in Business for Lawyers
  • MSc in Shipping Management
  • MSc in Tourism Management
  • MSc in Entrepreneurship

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for admission, candidates must:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree;
  •  Provide evidence of excellent command of the English language;
  • Need to be currently employed or self-employed (valid for the part time mode only)
  • GMAT tests are optional unless the Academic Committee requires the applicant to take them: in any case, scores of 550 or more (GRE >155) can strengthen your application and help you secure a scholarship.

Candidates must submit:

  • The completed application form, including one recent photograph in jpeg format;
  • Two letters of recommendation in Greek or in English language.
  • Official Academic Transcripts as well as Certified copies of degrees from each undergraduate, graduate or professional degree earned;
  • Proof of competence in the English language (unless schooled in English), e.g. Proficiency or TOEFL or IELTS.
  • Three Essays, as indicated in the Application form;
  • Receipt of the non-refundable application fee's [€60] deposit

Click here to download the details for admission.

To learn more about academic policy, course credit policy, fees policy and rules for student conduct read the Academic Regulations.

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