Master (MSc)


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6 Years
30 Jul 2020
Accreditation DGES
Initial registry R/A-Ef 3378/2011 de 18-03-2011
Update registry R/A-Ef 3378/2011/AL01 de 12-05-2016 | R/A-Ef 3378/2011/AL02 de 02-03-2018


Catarina Delgado
 Ala Autónoma, Office 236

Tuition fee EU nationals (2024/2025)

1.stYear 5250.00 €
2.rdYear 1600.00 €
Lectured in English
Teaching Type In person

Programme Structure for 2024/2025

1st Year
Data Analysis in Hospitality and Tourism
6.0 ECTS
Managing Hospitality and Guest Service Organizations
6.0 ECTS
Strategic Marketing in Hospitality and Tourism
6.0 ECTS
Research Methods in Hospitality and Tourism
6.0 ECTS
Critical Issues in Hospitality Human Resources
6.0 ECTS
2nd Year
Dissertation in Hospitality and Tourism Management
60.0 ECTS
Work Project in Hospitality and Tourism Management
60.0 ECTS


 To improve knowledge of the core topics in management sciences applied to hospitality and tourism

 To develop expertise in cross-cutting themes, in the interests and professional expectations of students, which contribute to the development of an applied research project

To provide students with methods, procedures and investigation techniques that enable them to develop their research project with a high degree of autonomy

Learning Goals and their implementation

In this Iscte Business School study cycle the following competencies ought to develop:

1. To communicate effectively in written form;

2. To communicate effectively in oral form;

3. To develop critical thinking skills;

4. To understand the roles of general and strategic management in companies;

5. To understand the key role of HRM towards the valorization of people as key players in organizations.

Implementation and measurement of the degree of accomplishment of teaching/apprenticeship levels (AL):

OA 1: Elaboration of individual and group works, as well as the resolution of mid-term tests and final evaluation exams;

OA 2: Oral presentations and thematic debates in the classroom;

OA 3: Production and presentation of critical analyses of articles and topics found in books;

OA 4: Individual and group work focused on general management and entrepreneurial strategy topics;

OA 5: Case studies, role-playing, and tests adjusted to each CU.

Note: Complementary information can be found in each CU's CUF.

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