MBA Sustainable Hospitality Management Sustainability Management School - SUMAS

Innovative, practical and adapted to the real world, the MBA in Sustainable Hospitality Management is aimed to have an impact on your future career in this vibrant industry. It is delivered by outstanding faculty coming from the field with a significant experience in sustainable projects and business strategy focused on hospitality.

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SUMAS students are constantly engaged in practice-oriented projects that are guided by academics, consultants and professionals. These projects are part of SUMAS’ innovative teaching methodology which includes video conferences with leading speakers in organizations and in-class company presentations. These activities not only encourage knowledge sharing but also provide valuable opportunities for networking to enhance your career development. SUMAS students can choose to take a second optional year and engage in an internship in a corporation or an international organization.

Our next intake for both MBA and MAM:

 

Online: July and October 2020

On-campus: September 2020.

Content

9 core modules
5 major modules
Final Capstone
Projects in collaboration with executives

Small Classes

Classes are based around discussions of cases, videos and role-play activities.

Cost of the master: Not declared
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