(27.02.07 - 21:17) Are you looking for a University abroad to pursue your studies? Then you should seriously consider NHTV Breda!
Discover your World! Welcome to NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences! Are you looking for a University abroad to pursue your studies? Then you should seriously consider NHTV Breda! NHTV offers the following Bachelor programmes in English:International Game Architecture and Design International Hotel Management International Leisure Management International Logistics & Transport Management (planned to start in September 2007) International Media and Entertainment Management International Tourism Management International Traffic Management (planned to start in September 2007) Click here for an overview of the specialisations which each programme has to offer. In addition, NHTV offers several Master programmes in English: Master in European Tourism Management Master in Imagineering / Executive Master in Imagineering Master in Tourism Destination Management NHTV also offers several short courses in English:Sustainable Tourism Tour Management and GuidingNHTV also offers a Master transfer track in Strategic Business Management and Marketing which prepares you for an Academic Master at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium. This English-taught transfer programme already starts in the 4th year of your Bachelor programme at NHTV. Apart from the above mentioned programmes in English, we also offer several Bachelor programmes in Dutch in the fields of Facility Management, Logistics, Urban Planning and Mobility. Information about these programmes is only available in Dutch and can be found on the Dutch part of our website.http://www.nhtv.nl/NL - Webmasters - Startpagina´s alle bezoekers/Startpage Studying Startpage Studying NHTV historyBN de Stem, 6 September 1966´The Dutch Scientific Institute for Tourism in Breda started its classes yesterday. On this occasion, Mr L. van Egeraat, director of the Institute for Higher Education in Tourism, delivered a public lecture in café ´t Zuid at Grote Markt about the theme of Recreation in Noord Brabant.´XXXXXXFagene:- Hotellfag (because of our Bachelor programme International Hotel Management)- Kunstfag/Drama/Dans/Design (because of our Bachelor Programme Game Architecture & Design)- Mediefag (because of our Bachelor Programme International Media & Entertainment Management)- Reiseliv (because of our 2 Bachelor Programme International Tourism Mangement and International Leisure Management and our 2 Master Programmes European Tourism Management and Tourism Destination Management)- Teknisk utdanning (because of our 2 Bachelor Programmes International Traffic Management and International Logistics & Transport Management)- Økonomisk / administrative fag (because of our Master Programme Imagineering)XXXXX The Dutch Scientific Institute for Tourism (NWIT) in Breda opened its doors in 1966. The first pillar of its threefold objective was to train people for management positions in tourism and recreation. The institute also aspired to conduct a great deal of research within this discipline. In conclusion, NWIT was to become a kind of meetingplace for students, specialists and everyone who was interested in tourism and recreation from a scientific perspective. NHTV was officially opened in January 1967 by Mr J.H. Grosheide, the State Secretary for Education and Science at that time. In those days, the course lasted two years and three months. Apart from tourism and recreation, the emphasis of the course was on languages and economics. In 1972, the length of the course was extended to three years, to ensure a better link with university education. Later, in 1986, another year was added to the course . In 1971 a separation took place between NWIT and its internal research unit. The reason for this was that the research unit also wanted to carry out commissions for third parties. To this day, the name of this independent institution is Dutch Tourism Research Institute (NRIT). An important year in the history of NWIT is 1986. In that year, the new course National Guide was established in conjunction with the industry. In addition, 1986 was the preparatory year for the merger with the Traffic Academy Tilburg (VAT). On 1 August 1987, NWIT and VAT continued their activities under the same name: NHTV Netherlands Institute of Tourism and Transport Studies. It was only in 1994 that both institutes moved into one location: Breda at Mgr. Hopmansstraat 1 and Sibeliuslaan 13. Due to the merger, the programmes Traffic Management, Urban and Rural Planning, and Logistics and Transport Studies are added to the set of programmes on offer. Another new programme in 1994 is Leisure Studies, later renamed Leisure Management. In September 2001, as a result of the increasing international dimension, the name of the institute was changed into: NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences. ´NHTV´ was no longer considered an abbreviation, but a brand name. The International Hotel Management School and the programme Logistics and Economics were launched, joined by Facility Management and Media and Entertainment Management in 2002. In 2004 the programme profession-oriented Tourism and Recreation was launched and last but not least Game Architecture and Design in 2006.