The CETT-UB Double International Degree in Tourism - Bachelor Program in Tourism Management at the JAMK University of Applied Sciences (Finland) offers you an exceptional opportunity: you will be trained in all these areas at two of the most prestigious universities, you will obtain a double official degree in Tourism and International Tourism Management in just over four years, and you will stand out in the global job market.
Excelling in the job market is in your hands!
Studying three courses at CETT and one course at the JAMK University of Applied Sciences in Finland, and once the **Final Degree Project is completed **, you will obtain the Official Degree Title of Tourism CETT and the official title of International Tourism Management of this center university recognized for its quality, academic excellence and prestige. And is that the JAMK University of Applied Sciences is one of the most important universities in Finland, which stands out internationally for its training model focused on innovation permanent and the development of key competences of the students.
Tourism, as a global engine of economic, social and cultural development, needs continually rethink and have professionals with a specialized, versatile profile and differential The Double Degree in Tourism will allow you, with a comprehensive vision and a sustainable and innovative perspective, dominate both the management of companies in the sector tourism and hotel management, as the pillars of international business management, leading responsible projects in tourism or digital value creation, face the design of new tourist proposals ... And much more!
Get the competitive advantage that will allow you to quickly enter the job market global and participates as business manager in the transformation of the tourism sector, with a global and innovative vision!
In a constantly changing environment in which all tourism companies need transform and adapt, the International Double Degree in Tourism - Bachelor Program in Tourism Management responds to the needs of the market and the sector and the challenges of globalization, preparing you to manage and lead any entity, company or project tourist. It not only provides you with all the knowledge and tools that you will acquire by studying the Degree in Tourism of the CETT-UB and that will make you a manager with ability to lead teams and projects and innovate in the face of future challenges, but also new essential transversal competences in every tourism corporation, and new knowledge of strategies related to the international management of companies in the sector (strategic management, capacity for economic-financial analysis, management of interculturality in the company ...) taking into account international markets and contexts from new perspectives.
The double university degree will make you a very attractive candidate for national and international companies and organizations - and not just tourism - with a vocation for development, and will allow you to quickly enter the job market and lead the future of the sector!
DOUBLE OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY DEGREE DEGREE
You will obtain two official university degrees in just over 4 years: you will graduate in Tourism and in International Tourism Management, doing your training at two prestigious international universities. Thus, you will obtain a CETT Official Degree in Tourism - the University of Barcelona and the Official bachelor’s degree Program in Tourism Management from the JAMK University of Applied Sciences (Finland).
You will be trained, with the best teachers and professionals, in two higher education centers of international reference. You will study tourism in Barcelona, in CETT Campus, a higher education center in tourism, hotel management, and gastronomy, with more than 50 years of experience, and affiliated to the UB. CETT-UB is ranked 4th by the AQU (Catalan Agency for Quality) of the Generalitat de Catalunya in the global list of degrees of all universities in Catalonia for the speed with which its students manage to join the labor market and the quality of their training in tourism, hotel management, and gastronomy. On the other hand, you will study International Tourism Management at the JAMK University of Applied Sciences in Finland, one of the most important universities in the country, whose training model enjoys great prestige.
You will be able to specialize during your program: in the third year you will be able to professionalize in the field of Tourism Management, Hotel Management, or Digital Tourism Business Management, and in the fourth year (already in Finland), in Tourism Management or Digital Business Management.
INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL RACE OF SUCCESS
It will provide you with comprehensive training for tourism companies of any kind, opening the doors to a successful national and international career. This double degree, from two leading universities, will turn you into an expert with the sought profile by tourism companies and organizations; you will acquire the key competencies to manage their global development and you will be prepared to respond to important challenges such as sustainability, innovation, and digitalization.
Your profile will be reinforced thanks to the extensive program of activities and internships for prestigious national and international organizations, and companies; this will let you experience the tourism industry and the real labor world first-hand from the very first year, also when you are abroad.
COMPLEMENT YOUR TRAINING
You will improve your language skills. In addition to the multilingual training offered by CETT- UB during the Tourism Degree and the possibility of taking your degree 100% in English, the fourth-year program is taught entirely in English. Moreover, your stay in Grenoble for one year will allow you to consolidate your knowledge of French. Moreover, your stay during one year in Finland, in Jyväskylä, a very dynamic city with a great student life and international vibe, will allow you learn Finnish and improve your knowledge of other languages.
Studying the double degree of Bachelor in Tourism and Bachelor in International Business (BIB) you will take the fourth year of the tourism degree at the Jamk de Finlandia..
|First course||Second course||Third course||Fourth course||SCP|
|1º sem. CETT||1º sem. CETT||1º sem. CETT||1º sem. JAMK||1er sem. CETT|
|2º sem. CETT||2º sem. CETT||2º sem. CETT||2º sem. JAMK|
Once the training has been completed at JAMK, the student must complete their Final Degree Project in Tourism at CETT.
The EHEA bachelor’s degree in Tourism at CETT-UB is a versatile training designed so that you can choose a specialization (minor) and an Specialization Intensification Itinerary (IIE).
The specialization represents a group of subjects that attend to a specific market that will provide you with the knowledge, the methods, and the tools necessary to introduce yourself professionally into the job market.
The IIE offers an additional option so that you can adapt your personal motivations.
The main objective of the Tourism degree is to train professionals with the managerial skills needed to hold positions of responsibility in tourism and hospitality companies and institutions, and to innovate in the face of the challenges posed by globalization, sustainability and technological evolution. The degree also strengthens the personal skills necessary for leading teams and projects in a complex, changing environment.
The main skills developed throughout the degree program are:
- Customer orientation.
- Have business vision.
- Make decisions and solve problems, interpreting and evaluating the results with a critical attitude.
- Sustainability: the ability to evaluate the social and environmental impact of actions in their field, as well as the ability to express integrated and systematic visions.
- Team work.
- Work in an international context.
- Have initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.
- Have a commitment to ethics.
- Master written and oral communication techniques in order to convey information, ideas, and opinions.
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
(individual work space)
A prior preparation of each training session by way of reading bibliography on the concepts, viewing multimedia material, etc.
(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.
(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.
(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.
|061208||Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality Management||6|
|061103||Economics in Tourism||6|
|061104||Geography and Tourism||6|
|061106||Tourism and Cultural Heritage||6|
|061102||Law in Tourism||6|
|061105||Fundamentals of Research in Tourism||6|
|062112||Strategic and Operational Marketing||6|
|061211||Key Skills in Tourism Business||3|
|061207||English Communication in Tourism I||9|
|062113||Policies in Tourism||6|
|062114||Business Management for Tourism Accommodation||6|
|062115||Business Management for Tourism Intermediation and Services||6|
|062216||Tourism Experience Design||6|
|062110||Economic and Financial Management in Tourism||6|
|062207||English Communication in Tourism II||9|
|062209||Second Foreign Language Communication in Tourism||9|
Students will take the following subjects during the first semester of the fourth year of the Double Degree in Tourism and Tourism Management (JAMK - Finlàndia)
Tourism Management Specialization
|Responsible Business Planning||5|
|Special Issues of Strategic Management||5|
|Communication Skills for Working Life||3|
|Digital Service in Tourism||5|
Tourism Management Specialization
Digital Business Management Specialization
|Scout, Develop and Stard||5|
|Jamk Generator Project||5|
|Communication Skills for Working Life||5|
Digital Business Management Specialization
Example of subjects of 5 ECTS that can be taken in JAMK (maximum 20 ECTS):
- Congress and Meeting Management
- Events Management
- Experience Design
- Future Technology in Tourism
- Responsible Tourism Management
- Selling and Distribution
- Sports Tourism
- Tourism Research
- Tourism Service Systems
- Wellbeing Tourism
- Corporate Finance Models
- Cross-cultural Management Essentials: Communication, Conflict, and Management Perspectives
- Digital Business and agile methods
- Digital Marketing Strategy and Tactics
- Global Innovation Marketing Strategies
- Global Sales Management
- Global Team Leadership
- Intercultural Business Skills
- Technology Business Dynamics
- Web Design
The Senior Capstone Project (SCP) of the bachelor's degree is the culmination of the curriculum 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.
An SCP adapted to the student's motivations
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 SCP 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 non-profit 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 SCP.
The Senior Capstone Project
Before finalizing the degree, students must prepare and present a SCP 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 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 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 SCP 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 SCP 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 Senior Capstone Project
With the realization of the SCP 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 SCP.
The evaluation bodies assigned to each SCP will carry out their evaluation based on the materials delivered (project and article) and their defense.
Finally, remember that the SCP must be perceived by all involved as a useful tool and real training experience, 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.
The Tourism degree curriculum is organized into four academic years with 60 ECTS credits each. The first two academic years are basic training that is common to all students and the other two are focused on the minor chosen.
A degree that adapts to your schedule
At CETT-UB you have the option to adapt your academic schedule to your working life, enrolling in one of the following groups:
- Group 100% in English – morning schedule
Group designed for international students and for national students that wish to continue developing their communication skills in an international cultural environment.
- Group 100% in Spanish – morning schedule
Group designed for students coming from Spanish-speaking countries and national students that wish to pursue their degree in Spanish.
- Group 100% in Catalan – morning schedule
Group designed for students that wish to pursue their degree in Catalan.
- Intensive Group – afternoon shift
Group designed for students that wish to advance their practical training and/or combine their studies with a job in Tourism, with a flexible schedule and innovative learning methodologies.
For students to receive the Tourism degree, they must successfully pass all of the credits that make up the curriculum.
The regulation establishes that students can enroll in between a minimum of 18 credits and a maximum of 60 new credits. Students may enroll in more than 60 credits (up to a maximum of 75 credits) if they are not currently in a grace period, taking into account that only 60 may be new credits.
Exceptionally, and when it is justified, the direction of CETT-UB may authorize a student to enroll in more than 75 credits, up to a maximum of 78 per academic year (maximum 60 new credits). In this case, the student would have to file a written request.
In any event, at the beginning of the academic year students who have a maximum of 10% of credits remaining to complete the degree (24 credits) must enroll in them all and may request that these courses be offered extraordinarily, regardless of the semester in which they are offered. This request can only be processed at enrollment at the beginning of the academic year.
In order to obtain the bachelor’s degree certification in Tourism, it is necessary that students succeed in earning the totality of the credits established in the curriculum.
Which are the career opportunities after the bachelor’s degree in Tourism?
The objective of the CETT-UB Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism is to train the new generation of tourism and hotel sector managers, capable of innovating in the face of the future challenges and of leading teams and projects in a complex and changing environment.
Design and transform the tourism of a territory or tourism destination with the introduction of sustainable and responsible policies.
Create impressive products and experiences for the tourist.
Experience Tourism first-hand in an experiential way, travelling to other countries through academic mobility programs and international internships.
Manage Tourism and hotel companies with an overview of the organization.
Become an expert in tourism and hospitality, participating in the development and improvement of one of the most important international economic sectors.
Taking the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism of the CETT-UB Tourism, Hospitality, and Gastronomy Campus involves forming part of a new generation of managers, developing a successful professional career, with the most competent profile and in a sector with a future.
The management competencies of this profile are as follows:
- Total customer orientation Products and services adapted to the different customers, with personalized marketing and communication strategies, with knowledge information systems and permanent monitoring of tourist behavior.
- Technology Knowledge and command of ICT in Tourism in the interest of business management and the company’s capacity to adapt to changes in the environment and the people.
- Innovation Development of innovative business models and creative products which meet the needs of customers and business challenges.
- Business Management, administration and optimal organization of the tourism business, applying leadership skills, strategic and financial vision.
- Globalization Global skills, international business development, managing people, markets and businesses in an international environment.
- Governance From the level of the tourism company to an overview of the territory and the citizens. From people management to management of the touristic destination.
- Responsibility and sustainability Principles, values and ethics. Development of the economic, social, environmental and cultural dimensions of Tourism.
With this double degree, after graduation, students will have the necessary skills to work in management and leadership positions in different areas, such as marketing and product and service development for tourism companies and tourism organizations.
Graduates will have the crucial skills to work as:
- innovative team leaders,
- conference managers,
- hotel managers,
- new product developers,
- customer service managers,
- and digital transformation managers, among others.
You will have the following possibilities to develop their professional profile:
Curricular internships in national and international companies:
It is divided into two periods of curricular internship (Practicum I and Practicum II) in companies from the sphere of CETT or in collaborating companies, each with a minimum total of 225 hours of training.
Extracurricular internships in national and international companies:
Starting from the first year, voluntary internships may also be undertaken to develop a highly qualified professional profile, with a maximum duration of 900 hours per year.
The objectives of the internships are:
- To carry out the duties of a job position in a leading local or international company.
- To know the day-to-day operation of the tourism company, its business model and the key management points.
- To acquire new skills and attitudes which are only developed in real environments.
- To apply the knowledge acquired during the degree.
CETT students have access to the Career Services, formed by a team of experts in career guidance and advice in order to design a personalized career plan. To design your career plan, you’ll have access to the following services:
- Career guidance seminars
- Personalized assessment
- Company presentations
- Workshops with companies
- Debating spaces
CETT-UB’s internships in numbers:
- 8.84 satisfaction level of the students with the internships.
- 8.67 satisfaction level of the companies with the students.
- 95 students received a job offer in the company where they undertook the internship on completing it.
- 672 specific internship offers on the bachelor’s degree in Tourism.
- 80 internship offers in the own companies of the CETT-UB Campus.
- 54 international internship offers.
- 63% of internships are remunerated.
The Career Services in numbers:
- CETT has a job offers service with1,616 national and 137 International offers
- Our graduates find better quality work, earlier.
- 90% find work within three months after graduation.*
- 45% find work during while studying the degree.*
- In the ranking of Catalan universities, the CETT-UB’s bachelor’s degree in Tourism is in 4th position in speed of joining the labour market.*
- Our students are those who receive the highest salaries, compared to students from other Tourism education centers in Catalonia.*
(*) According to the latest labour market insertion survey of the Agency for Management of University and Research Grants.
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