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Master in Cultural Tourism

Master in Cultural Tourism

Master in Cultural Tourism

Intensive Master in Tourism

The Master in Cultural Tourism, the only official master's degree in Spain in this area, takes on this challenge in its education plan with a special focus on the tourist management of cultural heritage and food products, aimed at cultural and tourist students, experts and managers.

As of the academic year 2022/23, the Master in Cultural Tourism will be an intensive face-to-face master's degree, involving two important calendar-level changes: a) teaching will become face to face and confined to the afternoon over the first three months of the academic year (October-December); and b) face-to-face or asynchronous deepening tasks (depending on the students’ preferences), including assessments, practicals and the Master's Thesis. We will also continue with out-of-classroom teaching with professionals from the sector, through excursions and field trips.

COVID-19 information

The University of Girona is continuously following the development of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It recognises the need to adapt teaching to guarantee the educational quality offered up to now. The Master in Cultural Tourism is resuming its face-to-face classes during the academic year 2022-23.

Collaborating entities

The Master in Cultural Tourism is part of the network of the UNESCO Unitwin: Tourisme, culture et dévelopement network. This network is made up of universities from the five continents cooperating in research and teaching to promote cultural tourism and UNESCO's values and which share the tools for the tourist management of cultural, tangible and intangible heritage. We have entered into educational cooperation agreements - Erasmus and Prometeu - with a good many of the network’s universities. The network's coordinator is at the Université Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne.More information .

The Master is also part of the Calonge-Sant Antoni Chair of Gastronomy, Culture and Tourism, aimed at taking part in researching and disseminating gastronomic values and their significance in cultural tourism.

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