Cooperation with Wittenborg University for Top-up Bachelor Degree (NL)
ITM International Tourism Management College has recently signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Dutch Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences (WUAS) located in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Together we will offer a joint Bachelor programme in Hospitality Management, being offered at the ITM campus in Bad Vöslau.
WUAS is a triple credited international management and business school, offering its programmes in English, and is thus the perfect partner for ITM college, also in sharing the ideas and visions “To promote excellence in teaching and learning international business and management, as well as to create the best environment for students and staff, where internationalisation, diversity and ethics lay the foundations of successfully applied, research-informed global learning”. (Wittenborg mission)
Bachelor's Final Year in Hospitality Management
The cooperation agreement sees WUAS appointing ITM as its delivery partner for the final year of its bachelor's programme in international business administration, specializing on Hospitality Management. The course is an intensive 90 EC credit top-up degree, that enables ITM and other college students to graduate with a full bachelor’s degree of Wittenborg University.
We are very excited about this new partnership and happy to offer our students this unique possibility!
Apply now* for the upcoming study year 2020/21 via email:
This programme is a fully Netherlands accredited degree programme. It is not an Austrian degree programme.
This programme has been registered with AQ Austria (currently until 29/3/2024). This registration allows Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences to offer the programme in Austria under Austrian regulations.
Registration of this programme with AQ Austria does not imply an equiveillance with Austrian studies and corresponding Austrian academic degrees.
The academic degree students can achieve (BBA) is not Austrian – it is a Dutch degree.
Academic degrees from Netherlands are recognized across the world, also in Austria. Dutch higher education ranks amongst the highest in the world. (Pursuant to Section 27 Paragraph 7 HS-QSG)
Naturally, if the decision by AQ Austria is revoked then the programme can no longer be offered in Austria.
(Pursuant to Section 4 (3) of Section 27-MeldeVO 2019)