As a part of the largest and fastest growing sector of the global economy there is a need for more highly qualified and trained personnel in tourism and hospitality industries. In recognition to this, the Faculty of Business Studies, Dhaka University was contemplating to set up a department to offer degrees in this field. As a part of the faculties' Endeavour to this end, the Department of Tourism and Hotel (Hospitality) Management was setup (set up) in 2007. The Department always places special emphasis on extracurricular activities. The Department offers 4 year BBA program, 1 year MBA program and other post-graduate programs (including M.Phil. & Ph.D.) in Department. Our students have already proved it in the (on) campus through their mesmerizing performances in different national occasions and festivals. We regularly arrange study tours and industrial visits for our students so that they can get practical orientation about real world business practices. In addition, the Department is continuously looking to develop new modules for students’ welfare.
The tourism and hospitality industry requires ample number of highly skilled and trained workers as they are a part of the world's largest and fastest expanding sector of the economy. In acknowledgement of this, the Faculty of Business Studies of the University of was considering establishing a department to meet the market demand of highly trained human resources in this discipline. The Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management was thus established in 2007 as part of the university’s efforts in this direction. Extracurricular activities have long been a priority for the department. The students of this department have already demonstrated this on campus with stunning performances at several national events and festivals. This department organizes study tours and industry visits for the students on a regular basis to provide them with a practical exposure to real-world business operations. Additionally, the department is always searching for ways to improve students’ welfare through the development of new modules.