International Study Environment
From the outset, NHTV has always had a strong international outlook. Most of the bachelor’s programmes and all master’s programmes are taught in English. Almost 50% of all students are attending these English-taught programmes, the institute has an international teaching staff, and nearly 13% of the total student population are from abroad.
NHTV set up the ‘international classroom’, a teaching method in which students from different cultures work together. Students are encouraged to do work placements abroad or at companies with a strong international focus. International business, cooperation and co-creation are key elements in NHTV’s curriculum, both from a social and cultural perspective and from an economic point of view.
Our Master in Tourism Destination Management is specifically oriented at international students across the world. Every year we receive at least 10 to 15 different nationalities.
This year, our Master TDM students are visiting Melbourne, Australia; South Coast, Sri Lanka; and Bali, Indonesia as part of the second phase of their Master programme. Here you can read the reflections of […]
“Estupido turista!”: A “stupid tourist”
Here you can read about the student experiences of one of the Master TDM students, Simone Moretti and his field research for his master thesis in Barcelona. Enjoy the read!
Before leaving […]
Here you can read about the first experiences of our new Master TDM students who just started the programme this year and who got to know each other during the introduction week. Enjoy the […]
Here you can read the experiences of one of our Chinese students with the Master TDM from the field research Bali, Indonesia. This blogpost, including the pictures, was written by Libo Zha (Jack). Enjoy the […]
Dr. Jeroen Klijs is a researcher at the NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences and – since this year – one of the lecturers within the Master Tourism Destination Management. In his doctoral research he has explored ways to […]
Here you can read the experiences of one of our Indian students with the Master TDM from the field research in Myanmar. Enjoy the read!
We landed at Yangon airport on 1st February. The first encounter with […]