The educational program “6B11102 – International and Domestic Tourism” covers a wide range of knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in the tourism industry. Students of this specialty study various aspects of tourism, including its economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects, both in the context of international and domestic tourism.
The main areas of study may include:
1. Tourism Business and Management: Students study the basics of tourism management, including marketing, finance, human resources management and operational management.
2. Hospitality and service: This includes studying professional standards of customer service, hotel management, catering and other aspects of the hotel industry.
3. Geography and Culture: Students study the geography of various regions of the world, the peculiarities of their cultures, history, traditions and religion, which helps them understand the specifics and needs of various tourist markets.
4. Ecological and sustainable tourism: This is an important aspect in the modern tourism industry, where students study methods to minimize the negative impact of tourism on the environment and local communities.
5. International relations and legal aspects: the study of legislation and international agreements governing tourism, as well as the importance of international cooperation in this field.
Graduates of the Educational Program “6B11102 – International and Domestic Tourism” can find work in various fields of tourism, such as travel agencies, hotel companies, tour operators, as well as in government organizations involved in tourism and cultural affairs. In addition, they can work in the field of consulting, resource management and tourism development, as well as in educational and research institutions.