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Doctorate DBA in Economy and Tourism Law

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Welcome to our comprehensive Doctorate (DBA) program specializing in Economy and Tourism Law. In an increasingly interconnected world, understanding the legal framework governing economic and tourism activities is essential for businesses to navigate regulatory challenges and seize opportunities for growth. Our program is designed to equip professionals with the legal knowledge and skills needed to succeed in these dynamic industries. Throughout this program, students will explore a wide range of topics, including business law, international trade law, tourism regulations, and contract law. Our curriculum combines theoretical knowledge with practical application, allowing students to develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed to address real-world legal challenges and opportunities. Led by experienced faculty members who are experts in the field, our DBA program provides students with opportunities for hands-on learning, industry collaboration, and networking. Whether you are a legal professional looking to specialize in economy and tourism law or a business leader seeking to enhance your understanding of legal principles, our DBA in Economy and Tourism Law will provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed in your role and drive business success in these dynamic industries.

Requirements for Admission:

To be eligible for admission, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Possession of a recognized Master's degree in a related field.

  2. Minimum of three years of industry experience at a supervisory level.

  3. Submission of University/School/Institute or Work Testimonial.

  4. Demonstrated proficiency in English through TOEFL, IELTS, or an equivalent English language proficiency test.

For applicants with any uncertainties regarding their suitability for the program, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to assist you in navigating the admissions process and determining the best fit for your academic and professional aspirations.

Entry Dates:

We have four intakes per year:

  • January

  • April

  • July

  • October

Course Fee: For the most current information regarding course fees, please refer to the fees page.

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