Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Degree Programmes


Programme Information

Hospitality is one of the most rapidly developing industries, which creates an increasing need for qualified specialists in the field. The programme strives to develop theoretical and practical skills in establishing and running hotels and restaurants.

The programme aims to train qualified specialists in hospitality.

The Programme’s advantages:

All modules are delivered by experienced specialists in hospitality.

Upon completing the Programme, you will be able to:

  • work in hospitality management and marketing;

  • manage hospitality projects;

  • analyse the performance of hospitality businesses.

Programme Description

43.03.03. Hospitality. .

Duration of the Programme: 4 years.

Programme type: .

Language of instruction: Russian.

Institute: Institute of Recreation, Tourism and Sports.

Courses & Study Load

Number of ECTS credits: 240

Core courses:

General cultural competences, module in economics and statistics in hospitality, module in psychological aspects of hospitality, module in hospitality management and performance analysis, information technology module, module in regional tourism, module in sociocultural tourism resources, first foreign language, second foreign language.


Training centre of the Institute for Recreation, Tourism, and Physical Education, Campus of the Pushkin Leningrad State University, Briz-Dyuna LLC, Becker Hotel, Baltica hotel, Kaliningrad hotel, Moskva hotel, Chayka hotel, Angel country park hotel.

Professional Training / Internships
Career Opportunities

Graduates hold different positions in the hospitality industry.

Admission & Tuition

State-funded applicants  (Russian nationals and  Russian speaking applicants from the CIS countries) are  expected to  take  the following exams:

  • Social studies

  • History

  • Russian language

Fee-paying applicants are expected to take:


Dr Oksana Ivleva, Degree Programme Manager

+7 (4012) 595-586, Russian

Admissions Office

14 A. Nevskogo ul., Kaliningrad, 236041

+7 (4012) 59-55-96
fax: +7 (4012) 31-33-33