A PhD, or a Doctor of Philosophy, is considered the highest academic degree. This degree program focuses on research and trains you in creating new knowledge in your field. One must have at least a bachelor’s degree to be considered for a doctorate. In some cases, a master’s degree is required.
What is a PhD in Tourism and Hospitality? A PhD in Tourism and Hospitality prepares program participants for careers in research and teaching related to business management of the hospitality and tourism industries. Coursework may include research design, statistics, psychology, sociology, and marketing. Some topics that may be covered include contemporary issues in travel and tourism, financial economics, international business management, organizational theory, database management systems, telecommunication and networking, systems analysis and design, and consumer behavior. Students entering this type of program should already possess excellent communication skills and analytical skills.
Graduates with a PhD in Tourism and Hospitality develop skills in critical thinking, intensive research, data collection, and scholarly writing while pursuing scholarship and pedagogy. They gain a solid business background and study influencing factors in tourism and hospitality.
The cost of the PhD varies, contingent on the educational institution you attend, the length of the academic program, and the country of study. Programs can take three to eight years to complete. Research your program and contact the departments for admissions and fee information.
Career prospects with a PhD are usually geared toward becoming professors involved in teaching and research at an academic institution. Other possibilities include positions as postsecondary education administrators or leaders in the tourism management, hospitality, and hotel and restaurant management fields. Independent research opportunities and management positions, such as chief executive officer for national hospitality corporations are also available.
A PhD program offers the opportunity to focus on knowledge and research in a specialized area. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The Doctorate Program in Law, Society and Tourism presented here to be taught according to RD 99/2011, integrates, replaces and expands the scientific field of the curren
The Doctorate Program in Law, Society and Tourism presented here to be taught according to RD 99/2011, integrates, replaces and expands the scientific field of the current Doctorate Program in Tourism implemented by agreement of the Government Council of the Canary Islands February 10, 2011 (BOC No.33 of February 15, 2011), and registered in the Register of Universities, Centers and Titles.
The Doctorate Program that is proposed is developed from the Doctorate in Tourism, currently in force at the Universidad de La Laguna since February 2011. This program was organized through five major lines of research, although it is common for jobs to be linked to several of these lines. These lines have an interdisciplinary emphasis. The five main lines of research were the following:...
OUS Royal Academy of Economics and Technology in Switzerland
PhD. In Tourism Management is a qualification that will prepare students in such a fashion where they can become efficient workers as well as researchers in the field of
3 TOP UNIVERSITIES = 1 EUROPEAN DOCTORATE All students will have in addition to ABMS Switzerland Doctorate a Joint Doctorate with University of Dąbrowa Górnicza (WSB) and Taras Shevchenko National University (KNU). ABMS is certified by EFMD EOCCS, the Swiss National Quality for Education (EduQua) and ASIC UK. WSB Is a European state-recognized university and KNU is a European public University founded 200 years ago and ranked among top 500 universities in the world. 3 Top European Universities = Best Virtual/Online Program = 1 Top European Doctorate SWITZERLAND + EU + TOP RANKED 500 Ph.D. in Tourism Management is a qualification that will prepare students in such a fashion where they can become efficient workers as well as researchers in the field of Tourism. The main focus is upon explaining different techniques that are normally applied for carrying out tourism management. The coursework is going to focus on hospitality as well as tourism business management related courses along with research design groups and courses that deal with statistics. Students will be required to carry out the completion of courses in association with fields that are related and some of them are being mentioned below...
Centro: Facultad de Economia, Empresa y Turismo. Titulación: Doctorado en Perspectivas Científicas sobre el Turismo y la Dirección de Empresas Turísticas. Tipo: Doctorado
Doctorado en Perspectivas Científicas sobre el Turismo y la Dirección de Empresas Turísticas
Centro: Facultad de Economia, Empresa y Turismo
Titulación: Doctorado en Perspectivas Científicas sobre el Turismo y la Dirección de Empresas Turísticas.
Rama: Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas
Horas del crédito ECTS: 25
Grado de presencialidad: 40 %
Créditos totales: 60
Plan de Estudios
LA INVESTIGACIÓN CIENTÍFICA Y LA ELABORACIÓN DE UNA TESIS DOCTORAL Obligatoria
MÉTODOS CUALITATIVOS Y CUANTITATIVOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN Obligatoria
FUNDAMENTOS TEÓRICOS PARA LA INVESTIGACIÓN EN TURISMO Obligatoria
The purpose of the programme is to develop the applied competence of the postgraduate student on an advanced level in research, analysis, interpretation, and understandin
The purpose of the programme is to develop the applied competence of the postgraduate student on an advanced level in research, analysis, interpretation, and understanding of Tourism and Hospitality.
Through a doctoral dissertation, the student will show evidence of independent research through quantitative or qualitative methods or a combination of both, to solve complex problems in society for the sustainability of the Tourism and Hospitality industries. The programme will assist in the continuing academic and professional development of postgraduate students.
A minimum of 65% average for MTech / Masters on NQF Level 8/9 in Tourism or Hospitality or any other associated field. A portfolio of evidence needs to be submitted for evaluation and approval by the departmental research and higher degrees committee....
The Tourism Management Ph.D. is a rigorous, comprehensive and flexible program of formal research with endless specialization fields. As a multidisciplinary field of rese
The Tourism Management Ph.D. is a rigorous, comprehensive and flexible program of formal research with endless specialization fields. As a multidisciplinary field of research tourism opens a window of opportunities for you to research and develop your skills. Topics of research interests of this Ph.D. include, but are not limited to:
Hospitality Management and Operations,
Marketing and Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism,
Tourism and Urban Worlds,
Anthropological Perspectives in Hospitality and Tourism,
Economics and Planning Development in Tourism.
To develop the ability to pursue rigorous research and makes an original contribution to knowledge and practitioners;
To ensure the very best learning experience in a vibrant academic environment where national and international networks support candidates’ growth
To nurture a cohort of high-quality students to become world-class business researchers and scholars for academic positions in reputable business schools or for research positions in business or government organizations.
To develop deep and systematic insights on tourism and hospitality topical issues;
To ensure the design and implementation of sound research plans according to ethical and methodological norms;
To develop abilities to criticize and improve research in Tourism and Hospitality
To create an awareness of the best research practices worldwide
To develop international and national networks
Why Tourism Management at ISCTE-IUL & Universidade Europeia?
Funding for scholarships opportunities inspiring full-time students to be part of our vibrant research community;
An academic year with a flexible timetable motivating executives and members of tourism organizations to grow professionally, and to contribute towards...
Candidates pursuing the PhD in Hospitality and Tourism must develop an independent thinking approach and a unique expertise in their own research interest. Independent re
Candidates pursuing the PhD in Hospitality and Tourism must develop an independent thinking approach and a unique expertise in their own research interest. Independent research requires diligent and thorough investigation into a topic with the aim of formulating new and original ideas, findings and theories.All PhD students are required to attend the Research Methodology & Advance Research Methodology modules in their first year of candidature.Taylor's School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts offers a wide range of courses in the field of hospitality management, tourism management, culinary arts and foodservice management. We stand out from other hospitality academies as we are the first private institution in Malaysia to offer bachelor's degree and master's degree programmes in hospitality and tourism management in partnership with our renowned French partner, the University of Toulouse, France. Now we also become the first to introduce this PhD programme.We are best known for the quality of our teaching faculty comprising 90-plus full-time local and expatriate academics, many of whom are either industry professionals or top academicians. They have a wide range of research interests and are capable of supervising PhD students in a wide array of topics related to hospitality and tourism....
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - School of Hotel and Tourism Management
The hallmark of a world-leading doctoral programme is not only the research it generates but also the extent to which it provides graduates with outstanding career opport
The hallmark of a world-leading doctoral programme is not only the research it generates but also the extent to which it provides graduates with outstanding career opportunities. The SHTM prepares students for leadership positions in their chosen careers by offering the world’s first professional D.HTM degree.
The D.HTM programme has been designed for academics, senior industry executives and senior staff in governmental and non-governmental hospitality and tourism organisations. Since its inception in 2007, the programme attracts a range of professionals interested in augmenting their careers, from experienced practitioners and government representatives to academics. Its specific Asian focus, unique combination of subjects and research, and flexible delivery pattern enables industry professionals to develop their skills while remaining in the workforce. ...
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - School of Hotel and Tourism Management
The success of a research institution is largely due to its provision and training of young scholars. To provide leadership in developing future scholars in hospitality a
The success of a research institution is largely due to its provision and training of young scholars. To provide leadership in developing future scholars in hospitality and tourism management, the SHTM offers research programmes leading to the Ph.D. in Hotel and Tourism Management degree.
The School’s Ph.D. programme is designed for those who want to base their research on theoretical insights. It offers advanced training based on individual interests and career aspirations, allowing students to develop the ability to complete significant research in specific areas. Research collaboration between academic staff and students are encouraged by the School’s intellectual and support environment, with the results disseminated through scholarly publications and conference presentations. ...
Faculty of Business and Economics offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in most disciplines taught at postgraduate level. Students interested in progressing from a master
Faculty of Business and Economics offers a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in most disciplines taught at postgraduate level. Students interested in progressing from a master’s programme to doctoral studies are advised to contact the Faculty Dean.
The Admission and Programme Regulations governing the Doctor of Philosophy appear in USP 2017 Handbook and Calendar.