Master in Tourism Destination Management in 1 year
NEW: from academic year 2017/2018 this master is approved as government funded programme: Most Dutch students and students from the EEA will be charged the statutory tuition fee of € 2,006, instead of the current - much higher - fee of € 9,737. Read more on tuition fees.
International professionals in tourism can make a big difference: the difference between profit and loss, between chaos and structure, a difference for the tourists as well as the local people. Organisations involved in tourism at tourism destinations are looking for well educated professionals. People, who are able to analyse, interpret and apply the global developments that take place and translate these into new opportunities and solutions.
Tourism has developed into a dynamic and fast growing sector, creating an interdisciplinary field of study and research. The tourism industry offers economic benefits, growth and opportunities for people and businesses in destination areas. At the same time, matching demand (tourists) and supply (destinations) remains a challenge. The position of the destination areas is becoming more and more important. This master in Tourism Destination Management is designed to contribute to this, focusing on practice, perspectives and policies of tourism management at destinations.
This master’s programme offers graduates the required qualifications for international managerial and consultancy positions with private, public or non-profit organisations in the tourism sector. Graduates qualify for international:
- management positions
- consultancy positions
- policy and advisory positions
- research positions