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Masters in International Tourism (MA)


Course Description

The programme is designed to prepare graduates for rewarding careers in tourism management, tourism development, tourism planning and policy analysis.

The MA in International Tourism is a one-year, full-time programme. Lectures & exams are delivered over two semesters (September-May), plus a further period of 4 months for completion of the research dissertation. Normally the deadline for submission of dissertation is 30 September, which enables students to complete the programme in 12 months.

Part-time option: part-time students are expected to complete the MA programme over a two-year period with lectures being delivered one day per week (Monday-Friday) between the hours of 09h00-18h00 in each semester.

International students, whose native (spoken) language is not English will be required to submit evidence of proficiency in the English language through a recognised testing mechanism.

Careers include: Marketing Executives in Hotel Groups; Airline Executives; Travel Agency managers; Incoming Tour Operators; Third-level lecturing; Tourism Consultancy; Tour Guide Management; Tourism Facility Management; Managerial/ project management roles in rural, regional and national tourism organisations.

Visit the Masters in International Tourism (MA) page on the University of Limerick website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:2 honours primary degree from a variety of disciplines including Economics, Geography, Sociology, Business Studies, Hotel Management, Languages, History, Anthropology, Marketing and others

Course Fees

€6,950 EU - full time / €12,000 Non-EU full-time. €3,500 EU - part-time / €5,800 Non-EU part-time.


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