Master's Degree in Tourism in England in United Kingdom

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A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

A tourism education may teach the skills needed in the tourism industry. Students can learn about the business and how to effectively plan good tours. Other areas might be covered, including leisure management, cultural tourism, event leadership, sustainable tourism and marketing strategies.

 

Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.

England is the largest of the four "home nations" that make up the United Kingdom. It is also the most populous of the four with almost 52 million inhabitants (roughly 84% of the total population of the UK).

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MPhil/PhD in Leisure and Sport specialisms

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 2 - 7 years August 2018 United Kingdom Bolton

The School of Health and Social Sciences welcomes expressions of interest in postgraduate research degrees in the field of leisure and sport. Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration. With the construction of a health and wellbeing centre... [+]

Masters in Tourism in England in United Kingdom. Leisure and Sport specialisms - MPhil / PhD The School of Health and Social Sciences welcomes expressions of interest in postgraduate research degrees in the field of leisure and sport. Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration. With the construction of a health and wellbeing centre on the University campus, the school is particularly keen to receive proposals that explore the relationships between leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing. The University’s Centre for Worktown Studies, working in close co-operation with Bolton Museum and Archive Service, provides a portal for the academic use of the Humphrey Spender ‘Worktown’ photographs taken for Mass Observation in the 1930s. In this context, we would be interested in applications that explore the potential of these images in enhancing our understanding of leisure practices and experiences in this period. Subject overview The School of Health and Social Sciences has a strong track record in research and consultancy in the areas of leisure policy and the role of leisure and physical activity in community regeneration. In particular, it has expertise in the engagement of minority ethnic communities in physical activity. In addition, there is a vibrant research culture centred on the social history of leisure and tourism. Available projects Examples of recently completed and current doctoral programmes include a study of the formation... [-]

Master's Degree In Tourism Management Of Cultural Resources

Carlos III University of Madrid
Campus Part time October 2017 United Kingdom London

Tourism is the most powerful in Spain sector of economic activity. Despite the notoriety of its sun and beach segment, it remains the second highest wealth of cultural and natural heritage (UNESCO). It should be noted that Spain ranks third worldwide in visitors and average spending. [+]

Master in Tourism Management of Cultural and Natural Resources Tourism is the most powerful in Spain sector of economic activity. Despite the notoriety of its sun and beach segment, it remains the second highest wealth of cultural and natural heritage (UNESCO). It should be noted that Spain ranks third worldwide in visitors and average spending. Two thirds of the tourists who came to our country had that specific cultural motivation, and 7.5 million were exclusively for that interest. This trend increases. Our visitors spend four times more than ordinary tourists. The Master aims to train professionals and academic and research staff in this growing sector. The curriculum is divided into compulsory and optional subjects related to three key areas, such as the natural and cultural heritage as well as economics, business and law. These potentials enable students to acquire a number of skills, both theoretical and practical, and in parallel, design your resume through various experiences, culminating in a Practicum and Master's Thesis, which will complete their training in the rich field of cultural and natural tourism. It is, distinct academic innovative products offered so far master, which aims to be as complete as possible and cross and eminently practical. Prof.. Elisa Povedano - Director of the Master in Tourism Management of Cultural and Natural Resources This master offers the possibility to enroll in two formats: face or blended. Students interested in this master would be graduates in Tourism, Administration and Management, Art History, Humanities, Geography, History, Law, Journalism and... [-]