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List of the recommended dissertation topics 1. Tourism as a development strategy in micro regions, demonstrating it by a few specific examples. 2.

The role of strategic and operative tourism programs and their contribution to the development of tourism in the regions. 3. The role of Tourism Marketing Boards in the development of regional offers thematic tours, etc. 4. Changes in the scale of values among the inhabitants of those settlements where they make their living from tourism. (Survey of literature and research hypotheses.) 5. The impact of events on the development of tourism in a selected micro-region or region through comparative research. 6. The role of training, marketing and advertising in operating rural tourism by indicating a specific area. 7. The impact of tourism developments in Hungary on the life of a settlement or micro-region. Analysis of the impact of developments from economic, ecological and social aspects. 8. Foreign interests in the domestic tourism market. Motivations, targeted areas, concentration of capital and globalisation ambitions. 9. Development of Hungarys competitiveness in the field of active international tourism, giving a comparative analysis. 10. Actualities of aquatic sports tourism (cyclist tourism, etc.) in Hungary. Motivations, specific expenditure, possibilities, infrastructure, shortcomings and the analysis of the situation at home and abroad. We will accept only one entry per topic. 11. The competitiveness of the Hungarian MICE tourism offer. International survey. Development trends and the expected impact on budget revenue from tourism. 12. Comparative assessment of tenders for central and regional tourism developments. Preliminary impact analysis. Application of economical aspects in the field of regional/local tourism developments, demonstrated by specific examples. 13. Survey of the competitiveness of organising sports events in Hungary, in light of the given infrastructure and governmental guarantees. 14. The mental role of wellness in coaching for healthy nutrition and recreation, in light of the negative public health data of the Hungarian population. 15. Drifts of European tourism and their changes in the past 10-15 years considering the impact of geopolitical axes on the corridors of tourism. 16. Trends of the development of Hungarian transport network (public roads, railways, light railway), their impact on the development of regions less frequented by tourism, giving an international overview. 17. Comparative analysis of the requirements of domestic higher educational tourism training (institutional), its links to secondary and post-secondary education. 18. Lessons of European regional processes for Hungary, also in the field of tourism. 19. The role of second homes in domestic tourism, with special regard to regions less frequented by commercial tourism, presenting an overview of literature, survey and individual research.

20. The role of Hungarian National Parks in receiving tourists, demonstrated by a specific example. 21. The role of Hungarian historic landmarks in domestic and international tourism by indicating the actual site of the example. 22. Designing the image of Hungarian gastronomical tourism. The task is to define the individual and marketable message of Hungarian gastronomy and other tourism products that can easily be linked to gastronomical tourism. In addition, the chances of introducing these products together to the market are to be examined. 23. Analysis of marketing communication of the sub-sectors of tourism. Analysis of tourism service providers and the effectiveness of the marketing of receiving areas. Benchmarking and marketing audit of tourism service providers. 24. The significance and assessment of mega events like the Budapest Spring Festival and Formula-1 in the tourism of Budapest and its adjacent vicinity. 25. The development of tourism offers of the Carpathian basin, cooperation among the countries and regions concerned. 26. Comparative survey of using national parks for the purposes of tourism. 27. The appearance of cultural programs of small towns in the tourism offers of Hungary. 28. Traditions, festive occasions of nationalities in Hungary as tourist attractions. 29. The development of clusters of tourism in Hungary, their role in increasing tourism in a given region. 30. The influence of the Hungarian Cultural Season event series on the countrys image. 31. The development possibilities in the Hungarian regions tourism development. 32. The role of consumer value-management in the formation of the competitive tourism of targeted areas within Hungary. 33. The Hungarian wellness tourisms development direction, based on a small region. 34. The role of Hungarian tourism organisations (governmental or civil) in the development of tourism. 35. The effects of cultural festivals on tourism as seen in Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Italy. 36. The analysis of the supply and demand of tourism publications available in Hungary. 37. Does tourisms image appear in the daily press? 38. The development strategy of tourism in small regions as exemplified by a few specific cases. 39. The motivation for further studying in the fields of tourism, catering and hotel industries. 40. The role of the railways in Hungarian tourism. Its commercial role in Hungarian tourism as seen through the analysis of a chosen tourism gateway. 41. A comparative study of how tourism planning is judged by the locals. 42. The relationship between tourism and the agricultural sector in Hungary. 43. The possibilities of EU-funded investments in tourism to help bridge the gap in underdeveloped regions, by giving a specific example found in Hungary. 44. The motivating factors behind the development of rural and agrarian tourism in Hungary. 45. The seasonal cycle and strategies of Hungarys holiday resort areas. 46. The role of regional airports within Europes tourism.

47. The development of leisure real estate properties in Hungary. 48. The development of hotel industry in Hungary in the near future. 49. The development tourism projects and the urban renewal development plans actively found in Hungary. 50. The relationship between the locals attitude towards tourism and its actual development. 51. The strategy of tourism expansion as well as the policy on tourism in developed and leading national economies. 52. Globalisation and rural development in Hungary. 53. Ecological service providers within tourism. 54. The adaptability and effect of the new tourism accountability system, based on the EUs experience. 55. The present and future aspects of domestic tourism, based on a survey analysis. 56. The effective implementation of the principles of corporate governance at hotel ventures, as seen through a Hungarian example. 57. Critical analysis of implementation of corporate governance rules, principles in the Hungarian service business. 58. The behaviour/attitude of Hungarian tourists abroad. Special evaluation from the host countries point of view. (Main destinations: the 24 EU countries!) Special tutor of these themes: Mr. Endre Brtfai. 59. Crossborder cooperation in a selected microregion of Hungary and its effect for the economical development of the microregion with special attention to the tourism. 60. Effect of the change in the IATA regulations for the airline ticketing in the view of cashflow management and the Pre Tax Income of the IATA Agent Travel Agencies. 61. The effect of the internet for the information gathering of the clients of the travel agencies and travel agents and also for the booked travel packages in the travel agencies. 62. Use of the information technology in the travel agencies supporting the worklow and the Management Information. 63. Customer Relationship Management in the travel agencies general overview of the market and one choosen example evaluation. 64. The effect of the Euro for the Foreign Exchange business of the travel agencies. 65. The change of travel habits of the Hungarian in the domestic tourism and its effect for the economy of a choosen microregion. 66. Crossborder cooperation in a selected microregion of Hungary and its effect for the economical development of the microregion with special attention to the tourism. 67. Organizing sports events. Special charges from the organizer's point of view 68. Event management and organizational tasks in connection with World Championships, World Cups and the Olympic Games 69. A thorough Examination of the Relations between Tourism and the General Public in Hungary. 70. Analysis of the gastronomic experiences of the foreign tourists in Hungary.A 71. Analysis of the development of the car rental business in Hungary during the last five years and its effect on the satisfaction level of the tourists. 72. Analysis of the effects of the financial crisis on the development on tourism and airline business.

73. A comparative analysis of the corporate culture of some four-five star hotels in Budapest. 74. A critical analysis of the hotels Corporate Social Responsibility in the light of the latest development on this field. 75. A critical analysis of the results and effects of t he Winter Invitation and the Gourmand Thursday programs on increasing the hotels and restaurants revenues. 76. A critical analysis of the Hungarian Tourism PLC s activity in creating Hungary s image as a tourist destination. 77. Analysis of the career possibilities of the female students graduating from the higher education institutions on the tourism market. 78. A comparative analysis of the teaching of tourism at higher education institutes in some Central European countries and Hungary .