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A thorough understanding of the changing international tourist sector is provided with an MBA in tourist & Travel. The curriculum combines specific expertise in travel, hospitality, and destination management with the fundamentals of business management. Students acquire expertise in marketing, financial management, and strategic planning tailored to the travel and tourism industry. In the quickly changing tourist landscape, emphasis is placed on developing leadership, innovation, and sustainable practices. Graduates possess the skills necessary to overcome obstacles, seize new opportunities, and boost the expansion and competitiveness of the travel and tourist sector. Participants in the program are equipped for leadership positions in travel agencies, lodging establishments, airlines, and destination marketing companies.

An MBA in Tourism and Travel explores specializations such as adventure travel, ecotourism, and cultural heritage preservation. It gives students up-to-date knowledge on how to use technology, such as virtual reality travel, to improve client experiences. Focus areas include responsible management, community involvement, and sustainable tourist practices, all of which represent an expanding industry trend. Real-world projects are frequently incorporated into the curriculum to promote practical experience. The curriculum also covers crisis management, equipping graduates to deal with unanticipated difficulties like pandemics or natural disasters. This specialist MBA program develops a thorough awareness of the socio-cultural and environmental effects of tourism in addition to sharpening business acumen.

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Candidates should have completed graduation from any recognized university.

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Fees: – 50,000
Duration: 2 Years
Study Mode: Distance
Approved By: Geetanjali Institute, Bangalore
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