MSc International Tourism and Events Management
Tourism and events are among the fastest growing sectors in the global economy with destinations adopting event-led tourism strategies as a means to enhance location awareness and reputation and to bring about positive social and economic impact.
This is an exciting time for events specialists and tourism specialists to combine their skills and become part of this movement.
|Duration:||1 year (full-time)|
|Tuition Fee:||£12,600 (intl. students)|
Informed by industry demand and the vast array of job opportunities available, Glasgow Caledonian University’s MSc International Tourism and Events Management programme delivers the practical and technical experience that you need to maximise the opportunities this growing sector has to offer.
You’ll enjoy a truly international experience, with the chance to network, volunteer and work in industry with guest lectures from those currently leading in this sector.
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MSc International Tourism Management
The tourism and events sector is a huge employer with a vast array of job opportunities around the world. The programme has been developed alongside industry so that our graduates are in demand and industry ready. Our tourism and events graduates have gone on to succeed in a range of organisations specialising in events management, insights and research and destination marketing.
A recent report by C&IT (2017) shows that employment continues to grow steadily stressing that of the 81% of conference and incentive travel agencies surveyed 84% were expecting to increase their staffing levels in 2017. The programme has been developed alongside industry so that our graduates are in demand and industry ready. Our tourism and events graduates have gone on to succeed in a range of organisations, both in the UK and internationally, securing employment in events management, insights and research and destination marketing.
For example, at Historic Scotland, Hilton Worldwide, Amazon, the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games.