An innovative 4.0 methodology
Acquire the skills necessary for leadership
This methodology is designed to guarantee applied learning through an active training experience with a real impact, in modern facilities with the best teachers.
Unique learning methodology
- Introduction (individual work space)
A prior preparation of each training session by way of reading bibliography on the concepts, viewing multimedia material, etc.
- Assimilation (collaborative work spaces)
While on class, you’ll examine the concepts in depth with debates with the classmates and the guidance of the lecturer, discussions, analysis of models, case studies, company visits, etc.
- Projection (collaborative work spaces)
Sessions for the practical application of knowledge and critical analysis while undertaking projects, confronting challenges, contrasting ideas with professionals from the sector, etc.
- Consolidation (individual work space)
Internalization of the learning and autonomous work by the student, time for reflection and application of the knowledge in other academic areas and personal motivations.
Access to the most advanced methodological instruments
- Flipped Classroom
- Design thinking
- Competency-based learning
- Project-based learning
- Cooperative learning
The learning process in the bachelor’s degree is characterized by a customized level of service and attention towards the students. CETT-UB's training model combines different training methods, such as:
- Conceptual presentations by teachers and professionals of the sector, and subsequent group reflection.
- Discussions with reference managers.
- Simulations and conduction of case studies.
- Role-play development.
- Report composing and written work.
- Individual or group tutorial boosters.
- Participation in study groups, research and development of expertise in Tourism, where students develop their level of expertise, while working on interpersonal skills.
- Outings related to the knowledge of the industry: company visits, cultural trips and destinations.
- Attendance at roundtables, conferences, and presentations.
Students are assessed throughout the curriculum through continuous assessment. However, the option of the final assessment is also provided for students with difficulties to attend all classes regularly.