Tourism is a total social and economic phenomenon, which calls for a holistic approach to tourism education where broader aims of the industry and society are explicitly addressed in tourism curricula.
The European Master in Tourism Management (EMTM) provides students with a far-reaching and integrated understanding of the multiple disciplines and paradigms concerned with the subject which are bound together through the framework of sustainability.
The EMTM is a fully integrated two-year joint European programme promoted and tailor-made by three university partners:
Students follow a mandatory mobility scheme, starting the first semester in Esbjerg, Denmark, where they are introduced, at an advanced level, to the conceptualization of tourism development with particular attention to sustainability, strategic communication and economics.
Moving next to Ljubljana, Slovenia, for the second semester, students learn about policy instruments, indicators and management tools available for tourism policy and strategy design, with emphasis on environmental issues in tourism development.
Spending the third semester in Girona, Spain, students become competent in effectively implementing tourism with particular emphasis on the effective management of organizational networks, consumers, innovation processes and new tourism products.
The fourth semester is exclusively devoted to the completion of the Master thesis.
EMTM’s main objectives are to:
Students from non-EU countries are awarded Category A scholarships.
Category A scholarships are considered as “full scholarships” covering all necessary costs incurred by the student during his/her study period in Europe.
10 Erasmus Mundus Master Scholarships in Tourism Management - Category A scholarships are available.
Master Scholarships in Tourism Management Include
Erasmus Mundus Category A scholarship
These are awarded to students selected by EMTM consortia, who are nationals of a Third Country (all countries outside the EU Member States, Liechtenstein, Norway and Iceland), who have not carried out their main activity (studies, research or work) for more than 12 non-consecutive months over the last 5 years in one of the 27 EU Member States, Liechtenstein, Norway or Iceland.
Closing date for application is December 10
For more information and scholarship application materials, visit: Master Scholarships in Tourism Management
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