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Economics of Tourism

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  • Programme type Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS)
  • Place of teaching Rimini
  • Language Italian, English
  • Type of access Restricted access - entrance exam
  • Degree Programme Class L-33 - Economics
  • Degree Programme Director Alireza Jay Naghavi
  • Department Economics - DSE
  • Learning activities Course structure diagrams

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Alma Orienta Online
2 and 3 March 2021

Register to take part in the Orientation Days! You will see the presentations, hear from enrolled students, discover the facilities and services offered by the University, and maybe even attend a lecture.

On 1 March you will have pre-access to visit the stands, see the full schedule of events, and plan your visit based on your specific interests. 

We will be there. We look forward to seeing you!

Programme aims

The 1st cycle degree programme in Economics of Tourism prepares students able to work in the accounting,marketing or strategic fields of tourism companies, in project management, oras hotel managers. It also trains students to create and promote touristdestinations as tourism planning consultants, tourist promoters, destinationmanagers or local development consultants. Finally, it prepares graduates ableto work in planning and staging special events. As preparation for these roles it provides:quantitative analysis tools used to monitor flows and markets, and performmarket research surveys;… Read more

Admission requirements

Access requirements Applicants to the first/single cycle degree programme shall hold a five-year secondary school diploma or equivalent suitable qualification obtained abroad, or a four-year secondary school diplomaand diploma for the relative supplementary year, or, where no longer active,will be assigned additional credits. Restricted access The first cycle degree programme has arestricted access set at local level (pursuant to art. 2 of Italian Law 264/99) depending on the available resources. The number of admitted students and theselection methods are published annually in… Read more