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Business Systems in Tourism and Hospitality

Business Systems in Tourism and Hospitality study program provides candidates with an opportunity to learn from distinguished professors and experts in the field of tourism and hospitality, thus gaining contemporary knowledge for a successful career in hotels, travel agencies, tourism organizations, food and beverage sectors, internal control management, etc. The program is administered both in the Serbian and English language.

The Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management is an affiliate member of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). The Singidunum University library being a reference regional electronic library of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has a collection of the best field relevant and scientific literature in the field of tourism and hospitality.

World Tourism Organization awards quality certificates to Bachelor and Master study programs in Tourism and Hospitality.


hatUpon successfully completing their studies, students gain the title of Master of Science in Economics.

hat Tuition fee for this study program in English is 4200 € for 60 ECTS, paid in RSD.

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I semester

Students are presented with the key activities of the research process in the domain of social sciences: gathering, use and proper referencing of literature sources, defining research hypothesis, gathering, processing and analyzing data, as well as making deductions. Students also acquire skills to effectively communicate in writing, to make their arguments for demonstrating expert knowledge and expressing scientific viewpoints and to use latest software solutions for the purposes of research paper.

Students are presented with the key tendencies in the contemporary tourism market that influence significant changes in basic preconditions for establishing a supply and demand relation. They learn about basic characteristics of changes happening in tourism, particularly disruptive ones, as well as methods tourist destinations and enterprises use to adjust to the changes.

The aim of the course is to make the students conversant with the types and features of business systems in tourism and their functioning by using specific examples from the international and local practice.

II semester

The aim of master's thesis preparation and defense is for a student to show, by processing a practical research-oriented subject and defending it, their independent and creative approach in implementing theoretical knowledge and practical skills in further practices within business systems in tourism and hospitality.