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Study plan of the Master in International Tourism (MT)
The study plan (also study programme or study curriculum) of the Master includes information on the structure of the programme.
Study plan 2022-24:
|Consumer Behaviour in Tourism||3|
|Sustainable Tourism Experience Design||3|
|Intercultural Communication in Tourism||3|
|Digital Transformation in Tourism||4.5|
|E-Tourism Technology Lab||3|
|Cultural History of Tourism||4.5|
|International Relations and Tourism||3|
|Advanced Data Analysis in Tourism||3|
|Human Resource Management||3|
|Tourism Growth and Economic Development||3|
|Communicating Heritage in Tourism||6|
|Tourism Stories (Hub)||6|
|Tourism Service Management||3|
|Tourism and Transport||3|
|Tourism Career Lab||3|
|Minor in Sustainability***||12|
|Minor in eTourism***||12|
|The World Challenges Programme||6|
|The Grand MTour**||6|
Changes in the study programme may occur.
*Internship and Master Thesis are compulsory.
**The Grand MTour is a two-year long course that consists of external classes and culminates in the final Study Tour, a week-long study trip to an inspiring destination.
***Courses of the minors are offered both in the spring and in the fall semester. So, you’ll need to attend also some elective courses either in the second semester or in the fourth one.
Minor in Sustainability
Within the study programme of the USI Master in International Tourism you will have various opportunities to specialize yourself, including the Minor or elective courses you choose.
You can use the 12 ECTS to personalise your study plan by choosing one or more of the following options:
The timetable of the USI Master in International Tourism includes all courses that are part of the Minor in Sustainability:
|Minor in Sustainability (12 ECTS)|
|Economics of Well-being*||3|
*Maximum 15 places available for International Tourism.
In the study programme of the USI Master in International Tourism the 12 ECTS of the Minor in Sustainable Management are listed within the 3rd semester (Fall).
When you complete all four courses above, the Minor in Sustainable Management title will be written on your Master transcript of record.
Minor in eTourism
During the USI Master in International Tourism programme you will have various opportunities to specialize yourself, including the Minor or elective courses (12 ECTS) you choose.
You can use these 12 ECTS to further personalise your study plan by choosing one or more of the following options that are offered within the USI Master in International Tourism:
The USI Master in International Tourism timetable includes all courses that are part of the Minor in eTourism:
|Minor in eTourism (12 ECTS)|
|Usability and Digital Analytics||3|
|Augmented and Virtual Reality*||1.5|
|E-Commerce and Cyber Security*||1.5|
|Digital Challenges in Marketing and Big Data||3|
|Online Communication Design||3|
|UNESCO Chair Summer School*||1.5|
|IFITT Master Class on eTourism*||1.5|
* Choose 3 ECTS in total during the Spring and/or Fall semester.
In the study programme of the USI Master in International Tourism these 12 ECTS of the Minor in eTourism are listed within the 3rd semester (Fall).
When you complete 12 ECTS of courses belonging to this Minor, the Minor in eTourism title will be written on your Master transcript of record.