EuroBA - a 3 Year BA Hons degree in International Hospitality Management

 Wittenborg University offers 2 distinct Bachelor International Hospitality Management pathways


Study-European-Bachelor-Hospitality-Management-in-the-Netherlands- The Euro BA - a 3 Year BA Hons degree in International Hospitality Management -

The Euro BA is for the true international student! This 3 Year Bachelor Hons degree, awarded by the University of Brighton, requires students to study the 180 EC credit programme in 4 different countries: From September 2013, Year 1 kicks off in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, at Wittenborg University. Students will study Year 2 at ANGELL Business School, in Freiburg, Germany. The 2nd year ends with a work placement. Year 3 sees students spend Semester 1 at the University of Brighton (UK) and the final semester, writing their graduation dissertation at Ecole de Savignac, in the South of France. For more information contact the admissions team.

The programme has been running at locations in France, Spain and Germany for the past 3 years and Wittenborg is proud to have joined the partnership of EuroBA institutions!

Graduates can enter the MSc degree programmes in International Hospitality Management, International Event Management or International Tourism Management directly.


- IBA Hospitality Management -

Study-European-Bachelor-Hospitality-Management-in-HollandThe International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor degree programme with specialisation (Minor) in Hospitality Management is aimed at students who are wanting to follow a management career in the service industry, in an internationally focused organisation or enterprise. The current Hospitality, Tourism and Lesure sector is looking at branding and sustainability, talent management and strengthening marketing and sales. An IBA graduate specialised in Hospitality Management will understand all these issues!

This degree programme leads to a Business Administration career in the exciting profession of hospitality management or tourism. Business travel and renewed interest in domestic and foreign tourism is increasing the demand for hospitality managers in hotels, event spaces, and food service companies. The International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor Degree with a specialisation in Hospitality Management will introduce students to the management aspects required to oversee the everyday operations of resorts, gaming venues, and banquet facilities, or the management of specialty event-planning departments of schools, healthcare organizations, and businesses.


The Hospitality, Tourism and Service Sector industries remain the fastest growing sectors in the world, with countries such as China and India developing their internal markets, and companies in Europe and the US focusing on brand development in a worldwide presence.

Graduates can enter the MSc degree programmes in International Hospitality Management, International Event Management or International Tourism Management directly.

WUP 15/5/2013