Tourism Management Dual Degree Specialization

Specializing in Programme Grande Ecole. For a full year, you develop your knowledge in the field of expertise of your choice.

La spécialisation en détails

Our Programm

  • Entry requirement

    On selection

  • Degree awarded

    Masters's Degree

  • Language

    French et English

  • Pace

    Co-op / Full time

  • Duration

    1 year

Overview

Tourist activity deals with new modes of promotion and communication such as digitalization, the emergence of the collaborative economy as well as environmental issues. This requires more and more highly qualified people in key activities, but also in overall customer management. The Tourism Management specialization offers you courses in management, marketing, law, and communications to help you carry out your duties at your company. 

Haller

Coralie
Associate Professor

Objectives of the Specialization

  • Identify tourism consumption behaviors (motivations, choice of destination, accommodation, and activities).
  • Analyze a financial situation, draw up a provisional budget, handle the entire budget execution chain, and manage costs.
  • Develop a crisis communication plan.
  • Develop a marketing plan, develop an effective approach to yield management, master Marketing 2.0 tools, and create value for the customer.
  • Master the legal elements of the methods for delivering tourist services.

Strengths of the Specialization

The only training course at this level of postgraduate education specializing in wine tourism in France’s Grand Est region.

Co-operative education to acquire real professional experience.

Possibility of doing an optional course on wine tourism offered in English (second semester).

This specialization is part of our dual degree offer. At the end of their studies, our students are awarded a master’s degree from the University in addition to their master’s degree from Programme Grande Ecole.

Skills developed

Hard skills

Human resources management

Defining and implementing a marketing and communications plan

Analyzing and understanding the tourism sector

Knowledge of law and financial control

Purchasing in the tourism industry

Soft skills

Teamwork

Stress management

Crisis management

Verbal communication

Working in a multicultural and international environment

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