Master in Management of Tourism Destinations
The world of tourism has a highly occupational capacity that is able to keep high standards of permanent employment even during crisis periods, thanks to the peculiar mobility and flexibility in this field. In order to permanently attract travellers, tourist destinations must be constantly analysed and studied, to offer the tourists the attractions of a territory in balance with the social context. The professional figures working in this field must be highly qualified to manage and face development, planning and marketing and must be able to organize the integrated tourist development in an innovative way.
Provide the students with a deeply knowledge of tourism trough the analysis of the economic, management and organisation aspects.
They will be given the right tools and methods to transform a tourist destination into a competitive product for the international market in order to sell it successfully.
2 sessions per year
At Tour Operators, Travel Agencies of Incoming, Tourism Organisation, National Tourist Board, Public DepartmentS and Travel Agencies ,from three to six months.
Manager Assistant in the following departments : Programming, Marketing, Communication in Tour Operators, National Boards of Tourism, Incentive Agencies.
We require a degree or the enrolment in the third year of university or high school diploma with experience in the field.
The screening and the recruitment of the candidates will be based on the C.V., a written English test, a questionnaire and an individual interview.
The program of studies includes the following subjects:
- Team Building
- Tourismo Marketing
- Web Marketing
- Tourism Geography
- Management of Tourist Destinations
- Economy of Transport
- Sustainable Tourism
- Communication Techniques
- Booking Reservation System
- Human Resources Management
- Project Work
- Seminars and Cases History
: € 4.500,00 per year
UET provides free assistance in finding accommodation supplying the necessary contacts and references.
Students can choose the type of accommodation they prefer according to the length of their stay. Here are some examples:
- Family Homestay
- Apartments shared with other students
- B&B, Hotels and Residences affiliated with the school
Accommodation booking and payment agreements are entirely at the student's expense.