Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management

Opportunities for real-world learning with a Monash Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management

Monash University is now offering a Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management in 2014.

With opportunities for overseas and national industry experience, sign up now to engage in real-world learning in this leading program of study in a growth industry.

What is the Masters of International Sustainable Tourism Management program?

This Masters program at Monash is an international leader in the study of tourism management and is unique in its focus on tourism in the context of mobility and sustainability.

Offered as an interdisciplinary, coursework-based program taught by renowned academics in tourism management, students will develop their learning, knowledge and skill in a range of areas including sustainability, marketing, international development and research.

The Masters of International Sustainable Tourism Management also includes industry engagement to boost your practical tourism management experience with national and international experts.

The program offers opportunities for industry placement with travel to Estonia through an established internship program, and to other parts of the world to participate in field schools where you will act as a tourism development consultant. Recent field trips were conducted in Fiji and Vietnam.

Why should I enrol?

Tourism is a recognised growth area that offers a range of career possibilities.

Through real-world learning a Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management offers graduates a step up in pursuing a career in tourism.

Graduates from this Masters program have gone on to forge dynamic careers in the tourism industry, both here and abroad.

I’m interested. How do I learn more?

Domestic students from Arts and Business with an interest in international studies and development are encouraged to enrol in the Master of International Sustainable Tourism Management for first or second semester in 2014. This is a two-year course.

Contact Ann Maree Lester, annmaree.lester@monash.edu for more information on this Masters program or visit the Monash New Masters Programs in 2014 website for information on course content, eligibility and how to enrol.

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