Admission to the course is subject to possession of an upper secondary school diploma or other equivalent qualification. Knowledge of English, logic, history and geography is also required, in the latter two disciplines with particular reference to the Italian case; logical-deductive and analytical skills are also required, as well as the possession of elementary notions of processing mathematical symbols. These requirements will be subject to verification by means of an admission test, as specified in framework A3.b and determined by the Degree Course Didactic Regulations, which will also indicate the additional training obligations envisaged in the event that the test is not positive.
In order to be admitted to the degree course, it is necessary to hold an upper secondary school diploma or another qualification obtained abroad and recognised as suitable. Enrolment on the open access course requires a non-selective test to assess initial preparation. Information on the contents, type, deadlines and procedures for enrolling and taking the assessment test is contained in the notice of admission published annually on the University website. The assessment test will focus on knowledge of Geography, English and General Culture in line with the Upper Secondary School syllabus. The test is compulsory, but is not binding for admission and allows students to matriculate regardless of the result obtained. On the basis of the result, however, students may be assigned Additional Educational Obligations (OFA). Students who take part in the To Be - Challenge Project will be able to enrol directly in the course once they have obtained their secondary school diploma.
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Tourism supply technician in enterprises and networks of enterprises operating in the tourism and cultural enhancement sector; Manager in the public sector, supporting local administrations and public entities in charge of the management of tourist destinations. Private sector: tourism consultant in companies specialising in the provision of tourism services (reception/hospitality, complementary services, tourism intermediation, mobility) and cultural services (museums and museum networks; events). Public sector: tourism consultant in companies specialising in the promotion of tourist itineraries, events and destinations.tourist (reception/hospitality, complementary services, mobility) and cultural (museums and museum networks; events) services. Cultural and nature tourism organiser, tourism consultant for organisations, companies and agencies.
The Course in Management of Tourism Organisations intends to respond to the emerging training needs in the tourism sector in relation to the current dynamics and requirements for development and competitiveness, as highlighted by the main stakeholders of the economic-social partnership of immediate reference in Apulia. Precisely Apulia, in view of the recent and positive dynamics of territorial tourism development, also in countertendency with respect to the national ones, represents a laboratory of relevant importance both to gather the emerging training instances and to experiment new training paths and professional figures by involving students in learning by doing activities with the collaboration in a transdisciplinary key of enterprises and professionals.
The candidate shall agree in good time with the supervisor on the subject of the final examination. All the steps concerning the graduation process, from the thesis assignment application to the graduation report will be carried out in accordance with the resolution of the Academic Senate no. 57 of 20.05.2020 approving the online thesis project. The final dissertation will be assessed by a special committee, which will meet in the Council Chamber and then proceed to the proclamation in a public session.