Tourism Development Policy and Management
immagine di copertina
Degree programme
3-year undergraduate
Course title (Classe)
Classe: L-15 – Scienze del turismo
Access type
3 Years
Course Director
Student Services Office

Novara, Via Perrone 18

Teaching locations

Novara, via Perrone 18

Course overview

This course provides the necessary knowledge and skills to interpret and represent tourism trends and their relative effects on economic, socio-cultural and natural environments. You will study in a stimulating environment, working frequently with tourism operators and professionals. You will become familiar with the main IT and telematic tools for promoting and organising events/business, and acquire an indepth knowledge of the territorial context with particular reference to institutional and management organisations.

Erasmus agreements

Erasmus partner institutions

  • Belgio: Vives (Kortrijk), Mons
  • Danimarca: VIA University (Horsens)
  • Francia: Lille 1, Savoie, Lyon, Nice, Reims, Rouen, Toulon
  • Germania: Regensburg, Treviri
  • Lettonia: Banku (Riga)
  • Grecia: Pireaus (Egaleo), Kavala
  • Lituania: Kaunas
  • Portogallo: Coimbra, Leiria, Viseu, Portalegre
  • Spagna: Central de Cataluna (Barcellona), Girona, Malaga, Jaén, La Laguna (Tenerife), "Pablo de Olavide" (Siviglia), Santiago de Compostela
  • Ungheria: Sopron
  • Polonia: Bydgoszcz, Lodz, Varsavia
  • Romania: Bucarest
Key features
  • Particular focus on emerging professions in the tourism industry
  • Goal-targeted teaching and ample profession-based content
  • Close collaboration with industry operators for work placements, first-hand accounts, supplementary teaching content
  • Guidance and support when applying for Erasmus and Free-Mover international programmes
Career and employment opportunities
  • Administrative roles in marketing and tourism hospitality agencies, and travel agencies
  • Reception roles and related professions
  • Organisers of fairs, exhibitions, cultural events and conferences
  • Holiday entertainers and related roles