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Master of Tourism (MTour)

University of Otago Department of Tourism

Full time & Part time February, July Other

About the course

The Department of Tourism at the University of Otago is one of the world’s leading research and teaching institutions for tourism studies. Our Master of Tourism programme is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills to boost your career prospects in the tourism industry or act as a solid foundation if you are seeking entry to a PhD programme. The course commences in February each year but in exceptional circumstances applicants may seek to begin in July.

The Master of Tourism (MTour)

The Master of Tourism (MTour) is a degree that can be completed in a 12 month period. It is an interdisciplinary programme that mixes cutting edge taught courses with independent research. The programme deals with core, contemporary, and emerging issues and is taught by some of the leading tourism, leisure,

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Entry Requirements

Every applicant must either be a graduate, normally with qualifications requiring a total of at least three years of tertiary study, or have alternative qualifications or experience acceptable to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce).

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