After three and a half years it is time to start graduating. You will do your graduation assignment based on the study that you have chosen in the first year. This means that students who chose to do Tourism that they will write a thesis and defend it. Leisure students will do a graduation assignment for a company and defend their personal development during a … Continue reading Graduating: The do’s and don’ts!
The past 2 years, all Attractions & Theme Park Management students and alumni have organised an unofficial fieldtrip to Phantasialand and its great winter theme: Wintertraum. Each year, it is organised on a day in December. This unofficial fieldtrip is meant to bring all students with a heart for attractions and theme parks together. This year, it seems like there are even more students joining the … Continue reading Phantasialand Wintertraum coming up!
In September, the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year Attractions & Theme Parks Management students went to Barcelona to visit the Euro Attractions Show. Check out the after movie: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFU05eUrg7w] Want us to keep you updated on Attractions & Theme Parks Management? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! Continue reading EAS Barcelona after movie
Projects barely started when we went for a trip in the third week of Attractions & Theme Park Management. The group of ATPM students was almost complete with over 50 people from all academic years. On Monday all of us checked in at hotel Aurapark Sud in Barcelona, where we stayed for the rest of the trip. Students could decide themselves to fly earlier and … Continue reading Euro Attractions Show 2016