Sustainable Tourism Management (MA)
With our Masterâ€™s degree, students do not only gain a profound knowledge of tourism management but they also learn how to integrate sustainability into their work processes.
Thanks to our geographical location and cooperation with partners in practice, we are connected with both the rural region and also the metropolis of Berlin. International students, field trips and modern approaches to learning enrich the university atmosphere.
We are green, act regionally and think internationally - be inspired and learn with us how to create sustainable tourism. Find out more about our philosophy and guiding principles here.
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Reasons to study Sustainable Tourism Management (NTM) in Eberswalde
Master of Arts (M.A.)
4 semesters (full time, individual part time study is possible)
Summer semester: Applicants with relevant Bachelorâ€™s degrees with 210 or more ECTS (e.g. Bachelor Honours) or with Masterâ€™s degrees can apply to start their degree in the 2nd semester!
Bachelor (at least 180 ECTS) in:
Degrees orientated towards business administration or geography with a focus on tourism or leisure studies (at least 30 ECTS)
Other degrees (e.g. environmental sciences, social and cultural sciences) with proof of courses in tourism or leisure studies (at least 30 ECTS)
Admission is also possible if your academic studies did not have an orientation towards tourism when e.g. you have sufficient relevant practical experience and submit an indicative covering letter.
Find a check list here for all relevant documents required for successful application.
Sustainability is the challenge of the 21st Century - also and precisely in regard to tourism.
Study at a university that teaches sustainability on an interdisciplinary basis and consistently implements it.
The Sustainable Tourism Management lecturers and over 400 graduates are an integral part of the sustainable tourism community in Germany and beyond.
Small study groups in a green environment which is also close to Berlin (30 minutes by Regional Express train to the Berlin Central Station).
Innovative teaching approaches and inspiring practical relevance.
Contact to international fellow students.
Personal profile formation by way of facultative modules, in which you can focus, e.g. on tourism in the context of conservation areas, social entrepreneurship, development cooperation or responsible digitalisation.