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MM20SP Degree Programme in Tourism and Hospitality Management
This curriculum is a translation of the curriculum of the Finnish degree program.
Methods and implementation
In Savonia, the pedagogical starting point is the Open Innovation Space (OIS 2.0) model. It combines high-quality education with research and development activities close to working life. Work-related education emphasizes students' motivation and commitment to studies. The development of students' expertise is promoted in various learning environments, by enabling diverse, time- and place-based year-round study and by making extensive use of the study of work. Comprehensive student guidance and the identification and recognition of prior learning are part of the students' personal study plan.
The working life orientation of Savonia's education is realized through the diverse networking of teachers. Networks also ensure the continuous development of substance expertise. The staff creates learning situations and supports student learning. Student services, library and information services, international services and other university services help with studying. The training follows the principles of accessibility and sustainable development.
The training is planned, implemented, evaluated and developed in cooperation with students, working life and partners. This ensures that the degree program curriculum meets the needs of working life. Cooperation is based on open interaction, sharing of knowledge and learning together.
We reserve the right to make changes to the curriculum due to the need to update the content being studied.