Students’ Expectations from Graduate Studies in Heritage (Tourism) Management
AbstractThis article provides certain key aspects that might help to further develop academic heritage education. These have been discussed within brainstorming and round-table sessions carried out by World Heritage students at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Important aspects regarding expectations, current issues and prospective career opportunities were selected after these sessions. With the idea of our International Master Programme in mind, the results of this work have been summarized to identify what makes a good focus to Heritage Studies and further strategies to improve this discipline. It was concluded that international and interdisciplinary approaches should serve as the basis to facilitate personal research interests, critical thinking, a sense of student community and how all these can be applied to a future professional career. External students, faculty members and heritage professionals are invited to join this debate.
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Arboleda, P., Bakev, E., Matta, E., & Vaida, A. (2014). Students’ Expectations from Graduate Studies in Heritage (Tourism) Management. Almatourism - Journal of Tourism, Culture and Territorial Development, 5(2), 74–76. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2036-5195/4523
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