The course in Cultural Tourism pays special attention to multi-disciplinarity: its (recent) conception is indeed based on the integration of the cultural and touristic sectors, which are different but nonetheless deeply interconnected. The programme embodies this successful combination and aims at preparing professional figures with solid management skills matching historical, artistic, anthropological and geographical competence – all this without losing sight of the developments in the labour market, and updating its educational offer accordingly.
As far as the latter is concerned, students are given the opportunity to participate in various internships, laboratories and work experiences that will help them test their personal predispositions too. In order to promote this very participatory approach, the coursework has been carefully organized and, thanks to its balance, ensures sufficient time both for practical training and study.
In this context the graduate will be able to carry out functions such as enhancing the cultural and local heritage, and promoting, organizing and managing touristic and cultural activities, as well as exhibitions and events.