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Master in Cultural Tourism

Access, admission and enrolment

Access requirements

Previous degree requirements

The dossiers of students who have a diploma or bachelor's degree in Tourism, or a bachelor's degree in History of Art, Geography, History, Audiovisual Communication, Economics, Political Sciences, Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations or Law, or a master’s degree in Cultural Heritage.

As for other qualifications, admission will be determined through an assessment of the student’s previous academic record.

Language requirement

It is important for students to have an accredited  B1 level of English if they wish to be accepted on the master's degree (consult the various official English certificates accepted here ).

Admission and enrolment

Pre-enrolment

Admission to the master's degree requires university pre-enrolment.

Enrolment

Access to enrolment 2020-21 .

Note: Candidates from outside the EU are advised to pre-enrol before the 3rd call.

Tutorials

Before enrolling, students have to attend a tutorial session, face to face or remote, with the programme’s coordinator, Dr Konstantina Zerva

You can arrange the date and time by emailing to: coord.mturismecultural@udg.edu .

Fees

Click (Non-professionally oriented Master’s degree)

Payment

Direct debit or TPV (foreigners)

  • 2 periods (60% on enrolling and the rest in December)
  • 3 period (40% on enrolling, 20% in October and 40% in December) 

More information

For further information on requirements and admissions go to the University Master's Degrees Admissions Guide - Academic Year 2021-22 . You can also send a WhatsApp message to the Master's Degree Coordinator, Dr Konstantina Zerva, on the following telephone number: +34 600558933 .

Candidates from outside the EU are advised to request their visas as soon as possible to provide for any delays and be able to enrol within the envisaged period.

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