The official master's degree in Management and Organisation of Event Tourism qualifies you to work in all areas of the events sector, having been taught by leading, highly experienced current practitioners and with the academic rigor of the university. These studies are eminently profession-oriented while also including a research element.
This master's degree has the following advantages
Knowledge and specific competencies in organizing, coordinating, and leading all kinds of events: society, business, conferences, fairs, sports, charity, etc.
Training in professional project management in both the public and the private sector.
Introduction to research in this field. As an official university master's degree, this program leads on to a Ph.D. in Tourism.
350 mandatory placement hours in companies in the events sector, mainly located in Barcelona.
Graduates seeking to specialize in a promising sector;
Businesspersons or managers whose work consists of organizing events of all kinds.
Planning, organization, and implementation of all kinds of events - business, social, or institutional - whether for the public, private or non-profit entities.
Admission to the master's degree is subject to the result of an online entry test to assess candidates' knowledge of business tourism, Spanish, and English. For both languages, the minimum level required is B1 of the Common European Framework for Languages. The result of the test will be shown as "Pass" or "Fail". Only those with a "Pass" grade will be able to continue with the admission process.
The following documents must be submitted to carry out pre-registration:
Curriculum vitae highlighting any previous training or experience in business tourism
The master's degree comprises 60 ECTS in total and lasts one academic year. The program is structured around five compulsory modules of 6 ECTS. The project/work placement and the master's dissertation count for 15 ECTS each.
Study plan structure
Compulsory: 36 credits
Master Thesis: 9 credits
External Practicum: 15 credits
Events Marketing and Management
Events Tourism. Management Techniques for Events Management and Planning
External Work Experience
Organization of Conferences and Trade Fairs
Organization of Social, Corporate, and Advertising Events