Bachelor's Degree in Tourism - Tourism Management Specialization within Bachelor's Degree in Tourism

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Modality: Presencial
Lasting: 4 courses (240 ECTS)
Languages: Spanish, English, Catalan
Specialization within: Bachelor's Degree in Tourism

Degree's Final Project

Bachelor's degree Final Project (DFP)

The Bachelor's Degree Final Project is the culmination of the learning of the studies taken where the skills acquired are reflected, as well as their application and development. This is a research or application paper where students, according to their professional interests and motivations, delve into some aspect of the chosen specialization.

A DFP ADAPTED TO THE MOTIVATIONS OF THE STUDENT

Single: The student develops his/her own research work under the monitoring of a professor from our centre.

Seminar / Workshop: Students develop their work starting from their participation in a research group within the centre ,with direct mentoring of a professor member of the team. Students can also participate in inter-university groups where students from different countries together produce a research paper.

In companies, organizations or institutions (national or international): Students can orient their BDFP towards applied research or the development of a project in companies, institutions or nongovernmental organizations (locally and internationally ) or can make an innovative and entrepreneurial project, thanks to the agreements that the School has arranged with universities, companies and organizations nationally and internationally.

PARTICIPATION IN SOLIDARITY PROJECTS

The CETT Group is committed to the sustainable development of tourism. During the completion of the Bachelor's Degree, students have the opportunity to participate and collaborate on projects with this purpose, internationally, as well. This participation can be made in the context of the Practicum subject or of the Degree's Final Project

THE DEGREE FINAL PROJECT (DFG)

The Final Project represents the culmination of the degree learning process, where the acquired competences, their implementation and development are reflected.

It involves either a research or implementation project where students deepen into a specific matter of the chosen career path and depending on their interests and professional motivations.

A PFG adapted to students’ motivation

Individual: Student develop their own research under the guidance of a tutor. They can also focus their PFC on developing a project in companies, institutions or non-governmental organizations (at local or international levels ) .

Group: Students develop their project by participating in a research group, under direct supervision of a team member teacher. They also have the opportunity to participate in interuniversity groups with students from different universities / countries.

Among the different lines of active research we highlight:

In Tourism Management: tourism territorial engineering; Social cooperation, development and tourism; Wine tourism and territory; Film tourism ...

In Hotel Management: those of Hotel Product; Commercialization; Operations; Management models; Culinary heritage and gastronomic traditions; Development of knowledge and culinary technique; Science and cooking.

In companies, organizations or institutions (national or international scope): The student can guide his PFG towards applied research or the development of a project in companies, institutions or non-governmental organizations (locally or internationally), or to carry out an innovative and entrepreneurial project, thanks to the agreements that the School has with universities, companies and organizations in the national or international scope.

PARTICIPATION IN SOLIDARITY PROJECTS

The CETT Group is committed to the sustainable development of tourism. During the completion of the Degree, students have the opportunity to participate and collaborate in projects for this purpose, also in the international arena. This participation can be made in the context of the subject of the Practicum or the Final Degree Project.

The Final Degree Project

Before finalizing the Degree studies, students must prepare and present a Final Degree Project (hereinafter TFG) to achieve the degree, as contemplated in the Study Plan.

This project culminates the student's education, being a link between his academic life and his professional life. And this is so because the main objective of it is for the student to pass from receiving knowledge of the sector to contribute, for the first time, as an observer and aware of a reality.

In this sense, both the student and the teaching staff have a guide that aims to be a element of support, specifying generic aspects and common to all research work, as well as the basic criteria that the EUHT CETT-UB establishes, understanding that each study is unique and requires differential treatment and attention, appropriate to its objectives and subject matter, and where the Tutor's criteria sets the guidelines to be followed by the student.

For the presentation of the project, a series of requirements must be met. The process requirements, or administrative, are detailed in the Student Guide published in the Virtual Campus insisting on the need and duty that each and every student has to know its content.

It is imperative that the student assumes that the TFG often involves the preparation of field work that can result in a significant ** time investment**. It is advised that the student carries out a realistic temporal planning and coherent with their actual availability.

The TFG must refer to the main theories, models and investigations of the area of interest chosen. In this sense it is necessary for the student to carry out an identification work and analysis of the main sources of documentation linked to the subject matter of the study, in order to configure a state of affairs for the investigation, or a review of the contributions to the subject that is intended to analyze, or at least of the possible models and tools that could be used in the professional field. The bibliographical references will be integrated into the text, in order to reinforce the reasoning. The student must follow an appointment system based on APA standards

The evaluation of the Final Degree Project

With the realization of the TFG the level of competences that the student has reached during his / her training is evaluated, check the maturity of the student, his / her ability to apply these competences autonomously and develop the methods of investigation and of resolution of own problems of the field of the specialization of the chosen Degree.

This function is carried out through the development of depth and synthesis of the knowledge and skills acquired in the subjects studied during the Degree.

In order to carry out this type of evaluation, a combined evidence system has been designed, each of them responding to different levels of achievement of different items related to the objective of the subject. This distinguishes three elements of valuation, in which different aspects can be considered:

· Making a written memory.

· Writing an article.

· Oral or virtual defense of the Work.

The evaluation bodies assigned to each TFG will carry out their evaluation based on the materials delivered (project and article) and their defense.

Finally, remember that the TFG is, and thus must be perceived by all involved, a useful tool and real training, in which the student must reflect not only their** assimilation of knowledge**, but its creativity and capacity in decision-making (from the selection of the topic to the planning of future strategies), at the same time that it becomes a means of research and to increase the knowledge of the tourist, hotel and gastronomic sector, in which, due to its transversality, changing mood and, ultimately, as a social phenomenon, many unexplored areas still remain.