Stop the presses…

Posted on March 18, 2008


We are mid-way through the process of launching a new MA in International Tourism Management.  I have been writing courses for the programme on ‘research methods’ and also ‘tourism in emerging economies’.  The programme hasn’t been finally validated yet, although we expect to meet our first cohort of students in October this year.  Nick Jackson wrote a piece in the Independent last week about Master’s degree’s in tourism and we were very happy to get a mention:

“Universities are increasingly conscious of the need for tourism and hospitality management postgrads to be fully business literate. When Greenwich University developed its new MA in international tourism management, set to start in September, they consulted an advisory group of business collaborators, including the Association of British Travel Agents, the World Travel and Tourism Council, Visit Britain, and tourism businesses. “

Posted in: Teaching, Tourism