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Tourism and Hotel Administration

The group of study fields: Business and Public Management
Field of study program: Tourism and Leisure
Code of study program: 6531LX075
Type of study program: Undergraduate (college higher education) study programme
Cycle of study program: Professional Bachelor degree programme

Language of study program: Lithuanian, English, Russian
Credits and form of study program: 180 credits. Full-time studies - 3 years, part-time studies - 4 years.
Full time: price 1260 €
Part time: price 855 €

Upon completion of Tourism and Hotel Administration study program, graduates receive Professional Bachelor of Tourism and Leisure.

Tourism sector is getting more popular in Lithuania and in all the world. Every year millions of people are traveling and using tourism services. There are many new tourism enterprises in Lithuania every year - hotels, restaurants, shopping centres, and the existing eterprises are expanding their business also. That's why they need high qualified specialists who have the tourism related education and qualification.

Having graduated from Tourism and Hotel Administration study programme, it is possible to work in tourism enterprises providing with accommodation and catering, travel organisation, tourism information, recreation and other services necessary to meet the needs of the tourist, as well as it enables to establish a business enterprise providing with tourism services. 

There is established a modern practical placement in Utena Univeristy of Applied Sciences - Training Hospitality Centre, which has hotel rooms, training kitchen, trainign bar, reception, modern technologies.

During the studies students have an opportunity to have their practices in the high standards hotels abroad (e.g., Turkey, Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Austria, Spain, etc.), can go for exchange studies in other higher education institutions located in Bulgaria, Turkey, Latvia, Portugal and other countries.

Graduates can continue their studies in the Universities.

The main objective of Tourism and Hotel Administration study program is to prepare specialists able to administer Tourism and Hotel Business, establish a tourism company and coordinate its activity, assure quality of services, work with modern technologies, perform applied researches of own area.

After graduation students will:

1. Be able to establish a tourism company

2. Be able to organize the tourism company activity

3. Be able to organize provision with tourism information

4. Be able to organize provision with catering services

5. Be able to organize accommodation services

6. Be able to provide with organized travels

7. Be able to use resources of the tourism company efficiently

8. Be able to assess quality of the provided services

Specialization: Hotel Administration

9. Be able to organize the hotel activity

Specialization: Rural Tourism Business Organization

10. Be able to plan and organize rural tourism business

Specialization: Travel Organization Services

11. Be able to plan and organize travels

Students of Tourism and Hotel Administration study program study these subjects:

Full-time studies:

1st year
1 semester 2 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Philosophy/Sociology 3 Professional Foreign Language 4
Professional Foreign Language (e., f., g.) 7 Statistics 3
Foreign Language II 3 Foreign Language II 3
Mathematics 4 Cooking and Serving 6
Communication Psychology 4 Mikro-makroekonomika 5
Professional Language Culture 3 History of Country Culture 3
Fundamentals of Tourism Organization 6 Cooking and Serving Practice 6
2nd year
3 semester 4 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Management of Documents 3 Organization of Tourism Business
Social Research 3 Industrial and Civil Safety 3
Travel Geography 5 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3
Activity of Travel Agencies 5 Fundamentals of Management 4
Accommodation Business 4 Business Law 4
Professional Skills Training Practice 7 Tourism Marketing and Research 4
Optional Subject 3 Practice Placement in a Tourism Enterprise 9
Optional Subject 3
3rd year
5 semester 6 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Accounting and Finance 6 Final Practice 10
Environment Protection 3 Specialization Module
Optional Subject 3 I module subject 3
Specialization Module II module subject 3
I module subject 5 III module subject 2
II module subject 5 IV module subject 2
III module subject 4 Preparation and Defence of the Final Thesis 10
IV module subject 4

Part-time studies:

1st year
1 semester 2 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Philosophy/Sociology 3 Professional Foreign Language 4
Professional Foreign Language 7 Communication Psychology 4
Foreign Language II 3 Foreign Language II 3
Mathematics 4 Cooking and Serving 6
Professional Language Culture 3 Cooking and Serving Practice 6
2nd year
3 semester 4 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Fundamentals of Tourism Organization 6 Social Research 3
Statistics 3 Travel Geography 5
History of Country Culture 3 Activity of Travel Agencies 5
Microeconomics and Macroeconomics 5 Accommodation Business 4
Optional Subject 3 Professional Skills Training Practice 7
3rd year
5 semester 6 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Management of Documents 3 Module: Organization of Tourism Business
Accounting and Finance 6 Tourism Marketing and Research 4
Environment Protection 3 Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship 3
Practice Placement in a Tourism Enterprise 9 Fundamentals of Management 4
Optional Subject 3 Business Law 4
Industrial and Civil Safety 3
Optional Subject 3
4th year
7 semester 8 semester
Subject Credits Subject Credits
Specialization Module Final Practice 10
I module subject 5 Specialization Module
II module subject 5 I module subject 3
III module subject 4 II module subject 3
IV module subject 4 III module subject 2
IV module subject 2
Preparation and Defence of the Final Thesis 10

The students of the last year (course) can choose from these specialization modules:

  • Organization of the Rural Tourism Business;
  • Hotels Administration;
  • Services of Travel Organization.
 Freely chosen subject are selected according to The List of Freely Chosen Subjects and their descriptions.