The new three-year Degree course (L-15) in Tourism covers all topics related to management of tourist services, artistic & cultural management, environmental heritage, food and catering industries and agri-business.
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The course combines traditional technical and professional skills with the newest technologies of web marketing and digital communication in order to work with innovative solutions both in the cultural and religious tourism field. Sustainable & environmental tourism and agri-business tourism are also very important topics that our three-years Bachelor’s Degree focuses on.
The course also offers a solid interdisciplinary theoretical / practical training course with economics, law, sociology, history, geography, information systems and valorization of artistic and cultural heritage.
Admission to the degree programme:
The enrollment is open to all Italian and foreign students who have completed a secondary school diploma after passing the admission test.
The graduate will be provided with the knowledge and skills needed to perform a wide range of activities, in the incoming, outgoing and agri-business sectors. The course trains professionals to be able to operate in the tourism industry, hospitality and promotion of tourism activities, linked to local development, both in the public and in the private sector. The graduate will acquire organizational and managerial skills combined with communication and relational skills and a solid knowledge of the cultural and landscape assets present in the area, as well as a basic but professionally expendable preparation on the technologies useful for their exploitation. Furthermore, it will be able to design and implement tourist packages, to promote destinations, the so-called “destination management”, on behalf of local agencies or public institutions related to the management of historical, artistic, cultural and enogastronomic heritage. The course naturally grants access to Master’s Degree Programmes. The degree course prepares the following professions:
Lectures are distributed in two semesters consisting of 12 teaching weeks each. The class schedule is designed to rationalize the use of time, in order to equitably favor teaching agenda and distribute the workload.
Classes are exclusively held in the morning hours, with the exception of elective courses which take place in the afternoon, always respecting a break from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. that can also be employed for additional activities or personal study.
Lessons last 45 minutes each as to maximize the attention and learning span. Teaching consists mainly of lectures, together with practical activities and seminars, accompanied by numerous other educational activities, both curricular and extra-curricular activities, which enrich the human and professional training that the European University of Rome wants to provide its students with.
Please note that documents here attached are only available in Italian: