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MSc Tourism Management

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MSc Tourism Management Where you will study: Buxton Campus Entry requirements: You will usually need an appropriate undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification, a professional qualification, or a significant portfolio of work at an appropriate level. You may need to attend for an interview. If English is not your first language, you need to be able to show you have a good standard of English (IELTS 6.0-6.5/TOEFL 550-575 [PC213232]). Duration and mode of study: 12 months full time, 16 months full time with integrated work placement, and up to six years part-time. Course fees: Please refer to our website Start dates: You can start this course in January or September.

Why choose this course? ▪ You will study with other students from countries such as Germany, India, Bulgaria, Israel and Italy, which will help you to develop your thinking around global practice - a critical business management skill. ▪ You will meet a variety of industry representatives, who regularly collaborate with us. ▪ This programme is accredited by the Tourism Management Institute.

About the course You will develop your understanding of planning and development, tourist behaviour, marketing, finance and strategy with regards to a wide variety of tourism contexts, including festivals, heritage sites, cities and rural market towns. We have strong international links and partners in teaching and research in tourism, including universities in Italy, New Zealand, Hungary and Greece.

How you will learn You will learn through a mixture of face to face and distance learning.

Your career This specialist programme will enable you to access a wide range of management positions in travel, tourism and destination management. Our graduates have taken up senior management positions in Official Tourism organisations; airlines; 4-star hotels; tour operators; travel agencies; NGOs and government related organisations. Many of our alumni have also moved into academia and the research arena.

The modules I studied during my MSc course applied to the real world of work and certainly helped me with my job. I now work with international marketing in Austria Katharina Sickora

Additional information ▪ We are based in the heart of the Peak District, one of the most visited national parks in the world. ▪ You will be able to get involved in consultancy work whilst on your course. ▪ We belong to national and professional bodies.

What you’ll cover You will study these modules:

Challenging Tourist Consumption

Sustainable Tourism Development

Integrated Business Management (double module)

Independent Scolarship (triple module)

Research Methodologies

Strategic Directions

Get in touch Dr. Eleni Michopoulou T: +44 (0)1332 594721 General enquiries about admissions and applications, UK and overseas: E: T: +44 (0)1332 594667

The information in this leaflet was correct when we produced it, but please check our website for the most up to date information. Subject to validation.

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