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Italy
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Australia
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Denmark
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Switzerland
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Czech Republic
5
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France
6
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China
7
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New Zealand
8
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Portugal
9
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Slovenia
10
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Argentina
11
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Hungary
12
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Spain
13
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Poland
14
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Bulgaria
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Italy
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Australia
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New Zealand
18
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Croatia
19
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Canada
20
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Italy
21
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France
22
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Ireland
23
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Lithuania
24
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United Kingdom
25
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U.S.A.
26
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Poland
27
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New Zealand
28
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Brazil
29
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France
30
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South Africa
31
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New Zealand
32
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France
33
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United Kingdom
34
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Greece
35
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Serbia
36
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Croatia
37
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Georgia
38
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United Kingdom
39
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France
40
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U.S.A.
41
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Russia
42
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France
43
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United Kingdom
44
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Israel
45
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Portugal
46
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China
47
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Malta
48
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United Kingdom
49
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Ireland
50
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Italy
51
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Denmark
52
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France
53
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Fiji Islands
54
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China
55
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South Africa
56
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United Kingdom
57
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China
58
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United Kingdom
59
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Austria
60
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Indonesia
61
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China
62
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Italy
63
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Malaysia
64
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Germany
65
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Mexico
66
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Sweden
67
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Spain
68
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Tunisia
69
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United Kingdom
70
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Moldova
71
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Australia
72
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China
73
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Armenia
74
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Thailand
75
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Greece
76
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Costa Rica
77
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Cuba
78
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United Kingdom
79
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India
80
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The expert's corner

Prof. Stanislav Ivanov

Vice Rector (Research)

Varna University of Management

Tourism is one of the largest and fastest growing economic sectors in the world. Its numerous sub-sectors (hotels and other types of accommodation establishments, restaurants, travel agencies, tourist transport, cruise companies, tourist animation, event management, guide services, rent-a-car, destination management organisations, etc.) provide wide opportunities for diverse career paths, fascinating work atmosphere and continuous discovery of new challenges and inspiration.

Students in Tourism Management Master Programmes study in a dynamic multicultural environment, develop specific competencies, leadership and decision-making skills to manage tourism businesses and to deliver unique experiences to tourists. They gain in-depth knowledge and skills about the managerial, marketing, operational, financial, human resource and cultural aspects of running a successful tourism enterprise. In addition, students learn about the management and marketing of tourist destinations; they understand that the successful development of a destination requires the coordinated actions of all tourism stakeholders.

Studying Tourism Management stimulates students to develop their own talents, be hospitable and tolerant towards other people.