: LM-49 - Planning and Management of Tourism Systems
Prof. Rossana Bonadei
- e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- tel. +39 035 2052 707
Planning and Management of Tourism Systems is part of the International programme of the University of
Bergamo and is organised in two Master courses taught in Italian and in English:
• Teaching staff - English Master course
• For the Italian course, please visit the Italian site.
- To reach high level competence that allows graduate students to work in the tourism and hospitality industries and services, as
well as in the promotion and development of tourism and of cultural events
- To give graduate students the ability to analyse tourism in terms of multiscale territorial processes and in the context of
- To offer the ability of defining the anthropologic-geographical features and cultural venues of touristic sites, in order to
promote sustainability through the principles of participation and social empowerment
- To understand the methodology of research for planning regional and touristic development and value major theoretical concepts
relevant to business
- To offer skills, as well as digital and cartographic tools, for planning and co-ordination of cultural and environmental tourism
projects within the public administration
- To teach the basic skills for the development, management and promotion of cultural products relevant to travel and tourism
representations (cinema, theatre, concerts, video-clips, TV scripts and so on).
- High-level positions of responsibility requiring the ability to work in centralized and decentralized government institutions, in
the fields of tourism, culture, cultural heritage and the environment as well as in the development of local resources
- Cultural analyst and mediator, project evaluator
- Managerial activities concerning the exploitation of the cultural heritage and environment
- Planner of cultural and leisure events, both on a large and a small scale
- Planning of tourist services, with particular regard to sustainable and responsible tourism and to the dynamics of contemporary
- The training of researchers in the tourism field.
We list herewith the courses that will be launched during the
Academic Year 2012/2013. For each course we indicate and if necessary we explain the following features:
- Disciplinary Scientific Sector (according to the Italian classification)
- Denomination of the course
- Main objectives of the course.
Individual Interview. A good knowledge of the English language is required for both Italian and foreign students (B2 level of the
Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
Recognition of certification
Italian students holding a Bachelor Degree (first level) on such artistic, socio-economical and territorial disciplines characterizing
the Master Course can attend the Planning and Management of Tourism Curriculum.
Students holding a foreign Bachelor Degree (first level) can apply for the Master Course after recognition of their certifications
according to the ministerial criteria. If necessary, certifications will be evaluated during individual interviews.
During the second year students are required to attend Internship activities linked to their studies and their final exam. These are
in compliance with agreements between the University and host organizations and are closely monitored by tutors and supervising
The Faculty offers a tutoring service aimed at assisting newly-enrolled students, helping and advising them as regards their studies
and in compiling their study plans.
Further information is available on the websites www.unibg.it/LS-PGST and