UET Master of Business Administration or MBA (Global Hospitality and Tourism)
The next intakes in Milan will be on 20 October 2017.
This programme is suitable for career climbers, career switchers and graduates from
the hotel, hospitality and tourism related disciplines and/or expertise. It takes
12 months to complete the programme. It consists of three semesters: taught semester,
internship and capstone project. The programme covers key disciplines and sectors
in including marketing, strategy, policy, research, leadership, finance and real
Pre-MBA Higher Diploma Polyvalent Expert in Tourism
This programme appeals to high school graduates or students with some university
education. On completion of this degree, The programme will provide students with
an advanced qualification that supports their development as managers within the
international tourism and hospitality industry, with a lifelong-learning orientation.
Students to critically analyse and evaluate contemporary and foundational knowledge
and theories and to use these to propose solutions to complex management problems
in the tourism and hospitality industry. It will also provide students with the ability
to analyse complex management problems and to apply and adapt specialist skills and
technical terminology to propose solutions to these problems. Successful completion
of this programme will enable students to make decisions about the leadership, planning
and management of work areas in the tourism and hospitality industry that are informed
by best practice and contemporary research. Upon completion, you will be admitted
automatically to our MBA (Global Hospitality and Tourism).
The Global Hospitality & Tourism Job Market
The 10 Most Highly Compensated Hotel CEOs of 2014
Skift research shows that Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn was the top paid CEO in 2014.
He amassed a total compensation of $25.3 million including salary, bonues, stock
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Starwood Executive Compensation in 2013 (i.e. before takeover by Marriott last year)
According to the Starwood Hotels & Resorts Proxy Statement in 2013 the total compensation
of top excutives ranged between $US4.8 (President of Global Development) and 10.9
million (CEO) in the same year. The table below provides more details (Source: Starwood
Hotels & Resorts Proxy Statement 2013).