If you want to know exactly how it works then study tourism – ideally as part of a dual degree, as this offers the perfect combination between theory and practical application. During the practical phases at the four-star Resort in the idyllic town of Neuruppin, you will learn everything there is to know about hotel operations. Meanwhile, you complete the degree itself in Berlin and can thus enjoy all the benefits of urban life in the capital.
If you decide to study a dual degree, you are opting for both theory and practice. Unlike a classic university degree, dual degree programmes feature regular training periods. This is achieved by regularly switching (every three months on average) between the two places of learning: the Berlin School of Economics and Law and the Resort Mark Brandenburg. You complete a three-year university degree; whilst the Resort provides you with detailed training in line with your study plan.
University entrance qualification in accordance with § 10 of the Berlin University Law (BerlHG): General high-school diploma or advanced technical college certificate), as well as a training contract (form-bound) with a suitable training location