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Masters degrees in Tourism train postgraduates to understand the impact and development of the tourism industries, including their management and economic impact.
Course range from taught MA and MSc degrees, to research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree, and relevant work experience in some cases.
As travel becomes accessible to more social and cultural groups, the tourism industry is developing to cater to offer new opportunities and experiences.
A Masters in Tourism will equip you to understand these trends and the industries that serve them. Courses may explore the theories and policies behind different travel patterns from different cultural perspectives. Meanwhile, practical training may cover issues such as marketing and commercialisation, sustainability and authenticity, as well as policy-planning and regulation.
With this expertise, you would be suitable for executive positions within tourism agencies and corporate travel organisations. You may also seek legislative positions within government agencies and charities, or consultancy for commercial businesses.
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The Master in Tourism and Hospitality Management incorporates comprehensive perspectives on tourism by addressing numerous sectors within the industry, from global tourism companies and sustainable tourism to marketing of destinations and emerging concerns in international tourism and hospitality. Read more
Important Information Following announcements of travel bans, curfews and limitations on public movement, BSBI was quick to respond and began introducing measures to ensure students could continue their learning, despite not being able to access the Berlin campus. Read more
Are you looking for a management role in one of the fastest growing industries worldwide? Travel and tourism, as a sector, grew faster than the rest of the economy in 2017 with seven million new jobs created (World Tourism Council, 2018). Read more
We are an international master's degree programme in tourism marketing and management at University of Eastern Finland. We provide master-level studies in Joensuu, Finland completely in English. Read more
This master's in International Tourism and Hospitality Management gives you the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience of the tourism and hospitality industry. Read more
Whether you are continuing your studies or returning to postgraduate study to improve your employment prospects, this MSc Tourism Management course will help you develop a range of management skills to achieve your goals. Read more
With an ever increasing number of destinations worldwide opening up to and investing in tourism, our International Tourism master’s degree is ideally scoped to boost your career in this diverse and dynamic sector. Read more
LJMU's International Tourism Management MSc develops the knowledge and skills to work in this fast-paced sector, calling on extensive links with the tourism industry. Read more
Within the travel and tourism industry, there is an increasing focus on the need to adopt responsible business practices that improve the quality of life for communities and conserve the environment and local cultures. Read more
This two-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) explores contemporary theoretical and practical issues in tourism development, with a cultural focus, providing critical analytical skills. Read more
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