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Tourism Management (Evening Classes)

The Master’s degree in Tourism Management aims at meeting the need for further education in this sector, as it lays the foundation for graduates to work effectively in the tourism industry. This advanced human resources training project strives to provide global management skills for tourism enterprises, so that graduates will be able to promote their companies through the necessary competitive advantages, positioning them high on the very competitive and complex global market.


1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Leadership and Team Development Summer Semester
Financial Management and Investment Projects in Tourism Summer Semester
Tourism, Markets and Trends Summer Semester
Elective II - Catering and Accommodation Operations Management Summer Semester
Elective II - Theme Tourism Summer Semester
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Tourism Summer Semester
Advanced Studies in Tourism Economics Winter Semester
Research Methodologies Winter Semester
Tourist Destination Development Winter Semester
Tourism Strategies and Marketing Winter Semester
Elective I - Digital Marketing for Tourism Winter Semester
Elective I - Management Control Winter Semester
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Thesis/ Project/ Work placement - Work placement Winter Semester
Thesis/ Project/ Work placement - Project Winter Semester
Thesis/ Project/ Work placement - Dissertation Winter Semester
  • Tourist resort managing director;
  • Senior manager in tourism and leisure companies;
  • Head of strategic development in tourist resorts and destinations;
  • Tourism communication and marketing managers;
  • Consultants and researchers for the tourism area;
  • Senior staff members in public administration (local, regional or national offices);
  • Teacher in tourism technical area;
  • Self-employed professional.

Educational requirements

Those with a bachelor degree (180 ECTS) or its academic equivalent;

Graduates with a foreign higher education degree, awarded upon completion of a 1st study cycle, organised according to the Bologna model by a State that has adhered to this Process;

Graduates with a foreign education degree recognised by the Technical-Scientific Council as meeting the learning objectives set for a bachelor degree;

Those with an academic, scientific and/or professional curriculum recognised as proof of the candidate’s preparedness for this study cycle;

Those with an Honour’s degree (300 ECTS) or its academic equivalent.