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8 06, 2021

New article by TDM lecturer Rami Isaac

By |June 8th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Recently, TDM lecturer Rami Isaac has published an article together with alumnus Jessica Keijzer titled: ‘Leisure travel intention following a period of COVID-10 crisis: a case study of the Dutch market.
The study aims to analyse what drives and limits the Dutch population during COVID-19 in their intention to travel for leisure once travel restrictions […]

26 03, 2021

Dutch-spoken radio interview with one of our TDM students!

By |March 26th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Whilst our students are very busy finishing up their reports and presentations for destination 1 Melbourne (online), one of our students got the chance to do a radio interview on a Dutch-spoken Australian radio show! Daphne Hendriks managed to arrange an interview to raise opinions on the Southbank, the research area of her team. […]

3 03, 2021

Phase 1 in Covid-19 times – through the eyes of student Keren

By |March 3rd, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

A short look back on phase 1, the theoretical part in Breda, by one of the 2020-2021 students and an advice to applicants in Covid times. Of course we as a BUas team, hope we can leave Covid and it’s restrictions behind us as from the start of the new Academic Year onwards.

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17 11, 2020

Meet alumna Lotte Kuijstermans!

By |November 17th, 2020|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Meet Lotte who was in our 2017-2018 TDM class! She now works at TUI Benelux and explains more about her job in the video below.

31 10, 2018

Master TDM Symposium 2018

By |October 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

This year the Master Tourism Destination Management hosted the second Symposium on Overtourism, City Marketing and Place Branding. This symposium served the purpose of wrapping up the first module with interesting presentations given by guest lecturers. As the first module evolved around destination marketing, the presentations given were also on city marketing/place branding and […]

26 09, 2018

Introduction week Master TDM 2018- 2019

By |September 26th, 2018|Breda, Experiences, introduction, Introduction Week, Master in Tourism Destination Management, Phase 1, Student experiences, Student insights, Uncategorized|0 Comments

For the first five months the students will spend their time learning the theory in Breda, by attending (guest)lectures on tourism theories, destination management and research methods. By working in groups, they are prepped for the three months fieldwork, which will be pretty intense and the students will be spending A LOT of time with […]

18 07, 2018

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

By |July 18th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Phase 2 of the Master TDM 2017-18 took our students to Asia Pacific. They conducted field research at 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 visited Melbourne, Sri Lanka, and Bali. Here we present some […]

9 04, 2018

Master TDM Field Research 2018 – Destination Bali

By |April 9th, 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. 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. […]