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Management of Tourism Activities (Evening Classes)

The creation of Tourist Activities Management degree resulted from a thoughtful analysis of current needs and requirements of the labour market, either from a thorough reflection of the European and world context, concerning the relationship between education and employability.

It aims to train managers in the tourism sector, economic activity of great importance for the country and increasing expansion, which can operate in the areas of:

› Tourism planning and development in central, regional and local government agencies;

› Hotels management and marketing, travel agencies, airlines and cruise companies;

› Management and operationalization of tourism products and events organization;

› Natural and cultural heritage management.

 

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Acreditado por: 3 years em
14/03/2014
Área CNAEF: 812 - Turismo e lazer

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Número: R/A-Ef 827/2011
Data:
18/03/2011
N.º Despacho/Portaria: Despacho nº 6485/2010 (2ª Série)
Data:
11/04/2010
Unidade Ano Período
English for Tourism II 1 Summer Semester
Quantitative Methods II 1 Summer Semester
Tourism Law and Legislation 1 Summer Semester
Tourism Geography 1 Summer Semester
Introduction to Company Management 1 Summer Semester
Information Systems II 1 Summer Semester
Quantitative Methods I 1 Winter Semester
Expression Techniques 1 Winter Semester
Introduction to Law 1 Winter Semester
Introduction to Tourism 1 Winter Semester
Information Systems I 1 Winter Semester
English for Tourism I 1 Winter Semester
Option II - Public Relations 2 Summer Semester
Option II - Intercultural Studies Applied to Tourism 2 Summer Semester
Operations Management in Tourism 2 Summer Semester
English for Tourism IV 2 Summer Semester
Tourism Economics 2 Summer Semester
Reservation Systems and Information Flow 2 Summer Semester
Market Studies 2 Summer Semester
Fundamentals of Economics 2 Winter Semester
Accounting and Financial Analysis 2 Winter Semester
Tourism Information and Promotion 2 Winter Semester
Option I - Human Resources Applied to Tourism 2 Winter Semester
English for Tourism III 2 Winter Semester
Tourist Marketing 2 Winter Semester
English for Tourism VI 3 Summer Semester
Língua Estrangeira II 3 Summer Semester
Elective IV - City Marketing 3 Summer Semester
Professional Practice or Project - Project 3 Summer Semester
Professional Practice or Project - Professional Practice 3 Summer Semester
Tourism Planning 3 Summer Semester
Organization of Events 3 Summer Semester
Option III - Sociology of Tourism 3 Winter Semester
Option III - Entrepreneurship 3 Winter Semester
Innovation and Development of Tourist products 3 Winter Semester
Interpresonal Relations 3 Winter Semester
Língua Estrangeira I 3 Winter Semester
English for Tourism V 3 Winter Semester
Heritage Management 3 Winter Semester
  • Private companies in the tourism sector (tour operators, travel agencies, airlines, maritime and terrestrial companies, social events organization, adventure, sports, etc., organizing fairs and congresses companies, natural and theme parks, hotels and casinos, rent-a-car companies, cruise lines, resorts and leisure).
  • Central, regional and local tourism administration (municipalities, tourist boards, tourism regions, museums).

ADMISSION EXAMS

One of the following:

›› (cód. 04) Economy

›› (cód. 09) Geography

›› (cód. 18) Portuguese language

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