The Master's programme Sustainable Tourism Management provides solid tourism industry knowledge as well as skills to work across disciplines and to integrate the principles of sustainability in daily work. Graduates of the course work as tourism managers in destination organizations, planning authorities or travel companies, as tourism consultants or as lecturers and trainers.
The Master's course has a duration of four semesters and is a full-time programme. The first two semesters are taught on-campus in Eberswalde. The programme starts every year in September (winter semester).
Find out more about our lecturers here (German only).
Prerequisite is a Bachelor's degree in tourism (180 ECTS points). Students holding a BA or BSc in geography, econmics, regional or landscape planning, cultural studies or equivalent, may also be taken into consideration if they have at least 30 ECTS in tourism related courses.
About 70% of the course programme is taught in German and about 30% is taught in English. Therefore, all international candidates have to document excellent German language skills (CEFR: C1, TestDaF min. average level 4) and advanced English language skills (CEFR: B2).The master thesis as well as the practical project report (3rd semester) may be written and presented in English.
Admission to the programme is restricted to 40 students each year. The application deadline for enrolment is 15th July. For more information on enrolement please contact our International Office.
You can find more detailed information about the course on the official German website of the study programme.