International tourism alone moved more than one billion tourists in 2013, with an estimated turnover of 2 billion Euros per day (UNWTO). The players of the sector are medium and large private companies (hotel chains, tour operators, web agencies) and public bodies (local and regional governments, Destination Management Organizations, transport hubs) which set their strategies at the global level, in a framework of tight competition between tourism systems and in an age of strong innovation in the fields of finance, management, ICT and tourists care.
Join the 4th edition of TEaM, our international degree programme the 1st edition of which started in Fall 2012. The Laurea Magistrale (European Master) in Tourism Economics and Management (TEaM) is a two-year postgraduate degree equivalent to an M.A. or M.Sc. Its aim is to prepare managers and professionals able to tackle the global challenges of contemporary tourism: being, at the same time, engine of economic growth, key-player of sustainable development, and promoter of the cultural heritage.
Students will live in Rimini, one of the most exciting tourism destinations in Europe, hosting about 15 million overnight stays every year. It is home to the School of Economics, Management and Statistics, University of Bologna (Rimini Campus), a leading institution in tourism studies, known for the high quality of its teaching programmes (certified by the UN World Tourism Organization) and its research publications. The place where the excellence of the most ancient university in the western world meets the ability of local entrepreneurs and the public administration in developing a flourishing tourism sector. Indeed, the perfect place to study tourism economics and management.
Ms. Valeria Macchini – Programme Coordinator