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Despite rapid growth in the quality and volume of hospitality graduate research and education in recent years, little information is available in the extant body of literature about the program choices of hospitality management graduate students, information that is crucial for program administrators and faculty in their attempts to attract the most promising students to their programs. This paper reports on a study among graduate students in U.S, hospitality management programs designed to understand why they chose to pursue their degrees at their programs of choice. Given the large numbers of international students presently enrolled, the study additionally looked into why international hospitality management students chose to leave their home countries and why they decided to pursue a graduate degree in the U.S. Based on the findings, implications for hospitality administrators and faculty in the U.S. and abroad are discussed and directions for future research are presented.
Van Hoof, Hubert B.; Wu, Luorong; and Zhang, Lu
"Hospitality Graduate Students’ Program Choice Decisions: Implications for Faculty and Administrators,"
Hospitality Review: Vol. 31
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/hospitalityreview/vol31/iss3/3
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