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9 04, 2018

Master TDM Field Research 2018 – Destination Bali

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Phase 2 of the Master TDM 2017-18 takes our students to Asia Pacific. They are conducting field research in three distinct types of tourism destinations – a city destination, a developing destination with a rural character, and a mature destination with a long history of tourism development. This year’s Master TDM class visits Melbourne, Sri Lanka, and Bali. Here […]

29 03, 2018

TDM Alumni Career Paths – Claire van Blanken (Assistant Hotel Manager)

By |March 29th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Master in Tourism Destination Management is a unique and highly interdisciplinary study programme. Students from all over the world join the course with different educational backgrounds, perspectives and motivations. Consequently, the career paths that TDM alumni take are hardly comparable. Job opportunities after completing the programme are versatile and include both private- and public sector positions […]

21 03, 2018

Master TDM Field Research 2018 – Student Insights and Experiences from Melbourne

By |March 21st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Phase 2 of the Master TDM 2017-18 takes our students to Asia Pacific. They are conducting field research in three distinct types of tourism destinations – a city destination, a developing destination with a rural character, and a mature destination with a long history of tourism development. This year’s Master TDM class visits Melbourne, Sri Lanka, and Bali. […]

17 05, 2017

Student Insights: Field Research at Sri Lanka

By |May 17th, 2017|Sri Lanka, Uncategorized|0 Comments

This year, our Master TDM students visited Melbourne, Australia; South Coast, Sri Lanka; and Bali, Indonesia as part of the second phase of their Master programme. Here you can read the blogs of some of our Master TDM students about their field research and reflections from the second destination: Sri Lanka.  Enjoy the read!
Sri Lanka was […]

3 03, 2016

Sydney through the eyes of our Iranian student

By |March 3rd, 2016|Experiences, Field research, Sydney, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Earlier we had a blogpost about the field research project in Sydney written by one of our German students. As you can imagine it may take a little bit more preparation to travel to Australia for a student from Iran…
…but luckily our Master TDM student from Iran had the opportunity to participate in the […]

1 06, 2015

Publication by former TDM student Tatjana Hildebrandt and dr. Rami Isaac

By |June 1st, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

This study begins to fill the gap in tourism literature in examining the tourism structures from the perspective of a socialist-market economy with a single-party political system like Vietnam. At present, Central Vietnam (CV) has three different types of administrative layers and existing different tourism structures of destination management organisations (DMOs), like co-operations of […]

18 05, 2015

End of an era!

By |May 18th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Friday 08 May our Master TDM students have finished their second phase by presenting their results in the beautiful meeting room of the W retreat Bali.
 Three months have passed since they embarked their first flight to Melbourne. Their first month in Australia was one to never forget, with many expectations the students were […]

20 04, 2015

Bagan experience: Travel & See

By |April 20th, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

BAGAN EXPERIENCE: TRAVEL & SEE

 Bagan lies in central Myanmar and is one of the world’s greatest archaeological sites framed with a hazy grey sandy atmosphere, a destination that can be compared to Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat. I arrived in Bagan(Nyaung-U) early in the morning 5:25am having traveled over 10 and half hours along […]

25 03, 2015

Master TDM Student story 2nd phase in Myanmar

By |March 25th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Master TDM Research in Myanmar by Eline Bienefelt Today is ten days ago that we arrived in Myanmar, in the capital city Yangon. The first impression of this country is warm, chaotic, and poor but with friendly and open people. Mingalaba! Is what you hear everywhere around you which means: welcome, I’m curious about […]

24 02, 2015

Alumni event @ ITB 4 March

By |February 24th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Invitation: NHTV Alumni get together during ITB in Berlin!

NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences is one of the oldest and largest research and education institutes in tourism, leisure and hospitality globally. During the almost 50 years of our existence, more than 24,000 studentsgraduated at NHTV Breda. Many of you are currently taking leading […]